A Complete Detox at the Nashville Addiction Treatment Center

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A Complete Detox at the Nashville Addiction Treatment Center

Addiction treatment is not an easy task for the addicts to continue, as well as for the doctors to handle. One of the most sensitive aspects of this addiction treatment is to ensure complete detoxification which not just makes the individuals live a renewed life, but also must be free of relapses. This kind of detox is the goal at the Nashville addiction treatment center by the Southeast facility, which has shown positive results.

Detox is a process that is lengthy yet worth doing. It systematically cleanses the body and makes it ready for addiction recovery which becomes quite easy after the detox. In cases of chronic addiction and recurrent relapses, detox can play a significant role in controlling both issues. It is because the detox process prepares the body for permanent (or not-so-permanent) recoveries, depending on the individual’s physical health and their will to change themselves. However, one of the main purposes of detox is to manage and control the withdrawal symptoms which can be dangerous in severe cases.

At places like the Nashville addiction treatment center, detox is done through a balanced combination of medication and therapy. This is the most effective way of ensuring lasting detox which becomes a prerequisite for a successful recovery. For maintaining the withdrawal symptoms, the treatment center takes into consideration the factors like:

• The used substance type
• Addiction duration and frequency
• Method of consumption
• Family and genetic history
• The overall medical condition of the individual

These factors are necessary to recommend proper treatment to the patients. Hence, detox is important for finding the right cure for a specific addiction.

The Detox Process
The detox process can be either tricky or lengthy, or a simple one, depending on the needs and habits of the individuals involved. At the Nashville addiction treatment center, the detox process involves the following steps:

Evaluation is conducted by a team of professionals who examine the individual’s medical and addiction history before anything else. This is the first step that makes them determine what kind of medication and therapy would be assigned for each patient. A proper evaluation is necessary as the patient’s whole treatment depends on this basic assessment.

Stabilization is to maintain a balance within the body of the patients so that they could be able to cope with the sudden withdrawal symptoms. This is done through medication and therapy which calms their system and helps them recover from addiction. Stabilization also provides an insight into how much a patient can hold in terms of both medication and withdrawal symptoms.

Starting the Treatment
Once the goal is set for each patient individually, they enter the phase of proper treatment. This is where the long-term treatment is done through medical assistance, group therapies, and alternative therapies. Inpatient treatment, in this case, is the better option as compared to outpatient treatment.

Side Effects of the Detox Process
As mentioned earlier, the detox process can sometimes be messy and might get out of control if the patient is not able to handle the withdrawal symptoms well. Some of the most dangerous withdrawal symptoms include:

• Nausea
• Insomnia / disrupted sleep pattern
• Nervousness
• Lack of focus and irritability
• Panic attacks
• Anxiety
• Severe or mild mood swings

These symptoms can be ameliorated if the patient is willing to cooperate and strive hard to practice self-control. This is the only way of achieving lasting results in addiction recovery. The professionals at the Nashville addiction treatment center emphasize the need and importance of controlling the withdrawal symptoms as they can hinder the process of detox. Hence, for complete and lasting detox and addiction recovery, the patients need to tackle the difficulties and resolve to make their lives better for good.

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