Before a substance abuser can begin the process of rehab, they need to cleanse their body of all the toxins that have accumulated from their substance abuse. This process is known as detox or detoxification. This is usually a medically managed treatment where the patient will stay in a live-in facility under 24-hour care. For those who need addiction help that resides in Oklahoma, we are here for you.

The reason patients are under supervised care is because of the harmful withdrawal symptoms associated with detoxification. These symptoms include nausea, vomiting, tremors, seizures, and hallucinations. Withdrawal is especially dangerous for people who are addicted to alcohol and benzos. These symptoms can include seizures which lead to shock and can result in the death of the patient.

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Tremors, Seizures and Hallucinations

Tremors, Seizures and Hallucinations

Shock - Death

Shock - Death

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Starting Detox Steps

Upon enrolling in detox, the substance abuser will receive an assessment to determine what substances are in their system. This assessment also includes a physiological and psychological analysis to create a treatment plan for the patient.

The duration of detox varies from patient to patient. It may be as short as a week for some. However, there is no set time for the completion of this process. One vital component of detoxification is exercise. Exercise helps to decrease anxiety, depression, and stress, and it helps curb mood swings. When a person is detoxing, they are changing the way that their brain is wired. An addiction to drugs or alcohol has rewired an addicts brain so that it prioritizes continued use, and even compels them to use more. Thus, their brain is programmed to continue the cycle of abuse. Detox starts the reversal or a “normal” brain wiring. That’s why exercise is important, to help establish healthy lifestyle patterns and increase circulation, brain stimulation, and the natural release of endorphins that have been decreased from the absence of mind-altering substances.

Self Detox

Although some recovering addicts detox on their own before entering rehab, medical professionals advise against this. It’s not certain how an addict’s body and mind will react to withdrawal symptoms. It is best to have medical professionals nearby should something go awry. For those detoxing alcohol, it is not only recommended to have medical supervision for the withdrawals, but also for the communal aspects of detox as alcoholism is typically related to interpersonal relationships. Therefore, these recovering addicts need more social activity in detox.

Is Detox Expensive?

The cost of detox treatment fluctuates from treatment center to center. Many insurance companies cover rehab and detox. There are also states that offer rehab and detox treatment to people who can’t afford it. When you call our recovery experts, we can help you find the right programs at a cost you can afford. Don’t let finances get in the way of your health if you need to detox, the right program is out there for you.

Some people dread detoxification or avoid it out of fear of the painful withdrawal symptoms. We understand that is can be a scary process, but medically supervised detoxification can help ease your worries. The benefit of enrolling in a professionally managed detox center is that they can provide medications and therapy to limit the painful withdrawal symptoms.

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