Drug Detox New York

Drug Detox New York

When a person is ready to begin getting help for their addictions, the first step is to be admitted into a treatment center that offers a drug detox with medical supervision. Many people who attempt to detox at home off a drug or off alcohol fail and eventually relapse soon after the withdrawal symptoms become too much. The New York drug detox centers that we recommend are safe and will prescribe substitute drugs that are administered by a medical staff trained in addiction recovery.

Drug Detox New York

According to the National Institute on Drug Abuse, NIDA, “Detoxification is the process of allowing the body to rid itself of a drug while managing the symptoms of withdrawal. Detox alone is not treatment but is often the first step in a drug treatment program. Treatment with behavioral therapy and/or a medication (if available) should follow detox…Withdrawal describes the various symptoms that occur after a person abruptly reduces or stops long-term use of a drug and or alcohol…In many cases, withdrawal can easily be treated with medications to ease the symptoms, but treating withdrawal is not the same as treating addiction” (NIDA).

The medications that are prescribed to lessen withdrawal symptoms depend on what drug was being abused and for how long. Long-term heroin addicts are prescribed Clonidine, Methadone, Buprenorphine or Naltrexone. Other medications that assist in easing withdrawal symptoms include medications to promote sleep, lessen nausea, anxiety, and agitation.

New York Drug Detox Programs

Alcohol detox, like heroin detox, also utilizes safe substitute medications to ease withdrawal symptoms from alcohol. These medications include Ativan, Klonopin, anti-depressants, medications to reduce blood pressure and restlessness. Cocaine and methamphetamine also require medical supervision to detox from. The medication prescribed for these drugs also reduce anxiety, depression, promote sleep and lessen hallucinations and agitation.

The process of getting admitted into the drug detox center in New York begins with a phone call to one of our addiction recovery specialists. They will conduct a brief interview with the person who needs detoxification and will determine which program is most appropriate and that has openings for admission within 24 hours. The key to success for any addict or alcoholic committing to entering a detox program is getting them admitted quickly.

It is all too common to learn about a person who could not get into a detox quickly who returned to using drugs or drinking to avoid the painful symptoms of withdrawal. If you or someone you know is ready to enter a New York drug detox, call one of our specialists right away. We have successfully been admitting men, women and young adults into a drug detox center throughout the state of New York for years.

Our addiction recovery specialists are available to begin the admission process now. They will make all the arrangements for admission, door to door travel as well as provide information about insurance and payment. They will also be a source for around the clock support.

Addiction Resources for New York

You are not alone in the fight against substance abuse. There are a variety of addiction resources available for residents of the New York area and all of Long Island that are searching for a reputable drug detox program:

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