man entering a medical detox centerMedical detox is the first step on the road to lasting, successful recovery. During a medical detox program through a drug and alcohol detox center, clients receive medical care and supervision to ensure that they are safe and healthy during withdrawal. Detoxing on your own can be dangerous. Painful or uncomfortable withdrawal symptoms lead some individuals in recovery to relapse. We’ll ensure that you are supported during treatment and that you can transition into a rehab program to help you develop healthy coping skills for the future.

Learn more about our medical detox center in New Hampshire by reaching out to our team today at 603.932.7692 or by connecting with us online.

What Is Medical Detox?

Medical detox is an approach to treatment that involves removing harmful substances from the body with supervision from healthcare professionals. This is especially helpful during alcohol and drug detox. Addiction treatment specialists and clinicians monitor acute withdrawal symptoms to ensure that clients don’t experience any complications.

Withdrawal symptoms vary depending on the severity of the addiction and the substance used. However, some common withdrawal symptoms can include:

  • Anxiety
  • Insomnia
  • Panic attacks
  • Muscle aches
  • Hallucinations
  • Seizures
  • Disorientation
  • Bone and joint pain
  • Nausea
  • Vomiting
  • Confusion
  • Delirium tremens (alcohol only)
  • Depression

Detoxing alone or going cold turkey can lead to unnecessary complications. Especially in the case of alcohol or opioid detox, medications and medical interventions can prevent severe withdrawal symptoms from causing harm.

Medical support isn’t the only service that our detox center provides. Clients also participate in group and individual therapy sessions that can help them process the emotional component of withdrawal.

The Benefits of Medical Detox

Why should you choose New Hampshire Detox Center for the first step on your journey to recovery? Our medical detox program provides personalized treatment plans for every individual in our care. We help our clients build a strong foundation for lifelong sobriety.

Some of the other benefits of our medical detox program include:

  • Distraction-free environment – Inpatient treatment allows you to focus on healing away from the stresses of everyday life
  • Relapse prevention – Severe withdrawal symptoms cause some individuals in recovery to turn back to drugs or alcohol
  • Immediate treatment – Our clinical team is on hand in the event of medical problems
  • Medication-assisted treatment – Certain medications can relieve withdrawal symptoms and curb cravings
  • Group therapy – Sessions with others in recovery can help you gain perspective on your experiences

What to Expect in Our Inpatient Medical Detox Center

Upon admission, we administer a thorough evaluation of each of our clients to determine the best treatment plan to meet their needs.

For most clients, symptoms last for anywhere between three to ten days. The length of detox and the severity of the symptoms depend on how long you’ve been using the substance in question and the tolerance you’ve built up to it.

We won’t just help keep you comfortable during detox. Our clients also begin to work through the issues that may have contributed to substance use, like mental health conditions, past trauma, or environmental factors. The support we offer can help you begin to heal and rebuild your life.

Reach Out to New Hampshire Detox Center Today

Ready to take the first step on the journey to becoming your healthiest self? Then reach out to New Hampshire Detox Center today. Our inpatient medical detox programs help our clients become stronger mentally, emotionally, and physically. We equip our clients to tackle the underlying causes of addiction in future rehab programs. We can also help you transition into an inpatient or outpatient addiction treatment program where you’ll build the tools you need for long-term sobriety.

Connect to the member of our team today by giving us a call at 603.932.7692 or by reaching out online. We can answer any questions you have, verify your insurance, and help you access the care you or a loved one needs to heal.