Florida Drug And Alcohol Detox

Drug and alcohol addiction are serious medical illnesses, which can affect anyone. Entering rehab can be traumatic for many addicts. For this reason, we recommend detoxing in a medically supervised environment. At Florida Springs, our goal is to help people access the best treatment. When you choose treatment at our Florida addiction treatment center, our #1 priority is your health and safety. We’ll assess your current medical condition and develop a treatment plan that suits your needs.

What Drugs Require Medically Supervised Detox?

Detoxification is the first step you must take if you are suffering from drug addiction. It’s done under medically supervised personnel to keep symptoms under control. Common drugs that require supervised detox include: 

Opioids

Withdrawal from opioids such as oxycodone, fentanyl, heroin, and codeine can cause unpleasant side effects. However, the type of drug determines the severity of symptoms. Abstaining from medically assisted detox can lead to pain. Detoxing under medically supervised personnel can ease opioids withdrawal symptoms. 

Benzodiazepines

Detoxing from benzodiazepines is very severe. Dangerous side effects of benzodiazepine withdrawal include delirium and seizures. We advise that detoxing from benzodiazepines should always be done by medical personnel.

Stimulants

Detoxing from prescription or illicit stimulants is less dangerous than detoxing from opioids or benzodiazepines. However, stimulant withdrawal can lead to intense depression. Other complications, such as heart attacks or heart arrhythmias, can arise from recent binges. Detoxing under medically supervised personnel is very important.

THC and Marijuana

Heavy marijuana use has severe withdrawal symptoms such as nausea, tremors, vomiting, sweating, and elevated heart rate. Medically supervised detox for marijuana and THC aims to provide a safe and comfortable environment free of triggers.

Alcohol

Alcohol withdrawal can be life threatening if not done under medical supervision environment. Withdrawal usually starts between six and 24 hours of the last drink. Patients detoxing from alcohol under medically supervised personnel will receive personal support in a safe environment.

What To Expect During Our Medical Detox

When you visit our luxury rehab center in Florida, one of our medical professionals will assess your medical history, substance abuse history, and the severity of the condition. After learning about you, our addiction specialist will develop a plan that is safe and comfortable.

At our outpatient facilities, practitioners will create a treatment plan and schedule of appointments. You will be assigned a room at our inpatient facilities and monitored around the clock throughout your stay. Once your detox is completed, you will live a healthier life and be better able to focus on the next phase of your treatment. 

Contact Florida Springs For Your Florida Drug And Alcohol Detox

At Florida Springs, we are a leading provider of detox treatment in Florida. When you enroll in our Florida addiction treatment center, you will be collaborating with our consulting physicians, who will follow up with your addiction treatment. We also offer a wide range of aftercare services to meet your needs. Contact us today at 850-403-6566 if you are ready to take your life back from drug and alcohol addiction.

Florida Drug And Alcohol Detox

Florida Springs Wellness and Recovery Center

850-640-1642

Florida Drug And Alcohol Detox

1212 W 19th St

Panama City FL 32405
US



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