Addictions to drugs and alcohol are very strong; not strong in a good way, but strong in-that they can be difficult to break. This is why so many addicts reach a point where the addiction is so strong, that they have hit “rock bottom.” Usually at this point, the addict asks for help in cessation from drugs and alcohol, and help in recovering to full sobriety. When an addict has asked for help in fighting his/her addiction, the battle has already begun. The next step is to remove the existing levels of drugs, alcohol, and chemicals from their body, through a process known as detoxification, or “detox.”
The most important thing to remember about stopping the use of drugs and alcohol, is that it comes with its own set of dangers. Addictions to certain drugs and even alcohol can be so strong that stopping the intake of these chemicals abruptly can cause some very severe and dangerous side effects. These side effects, called “withdrawals,” can range from severe nausea to heart failure and death. It is for these dangers, that recovering addicts should detox safely in either an outpatient detox center or inpatient detox. When detoxing in a facility, you can rest-assured that the medical professionals guiding the detox process have your safety and health in-mind, and are monitoring you for any adverse reactions or other medical conditions that may arise in the detox process.
Outpatient detox is a great option for addicts to undergo the detoxification process and begin the road to recovery in a safe and secure place and manner, while still being able to keep their schedules of work, home, school, or any other daily duties. Many times, addicts skip the medical detox, and try and quit “cold turkey,” by themselves. This is dangerous, and those that want to truly quit drugs and alcohol need to know of the outpatient detox option that can help them quit the chemicals and still offer flexibility.
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