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5 Reasons You Should Consider Inpatient Withdrawal Treatment

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Inpatient detox treatment can be a much safer choice for your withdrawal, as well as for your overall addiction recovery. Consider the reasons why you may want to choose inpatient care for detox, and call 800-662-8079(Who Answers?) now to learn more about your treatment options.

1. Controlled Environment

According to the National Library of Medicine, “The biggest complication” associated with opioid––and almost any type of substance abuse withdrawal––“is returning to drug use.” Those who relapse back to the abuse of the drug are often likely to experience an overdose, as their tolerance levels have often diminished greatly.

In an inpatient facility, you will be able to go through withdrawal in a controlled environment where there is no possible chance of relapse because you will not have access to any dangerous drugs and your medications will be given to you in the exact amount you require.

2. No Everyday Triggers

Like many drug addicts, your life is probably filled with triggers that could lead you to relapse. Seeing certain people, things, or places could cause severe cravings as well as other unpleasant thoughts or memories tied to your substance abuse.

Inpatient detox centers take you out of your daily life and give you some respite from experiencing those triggers while you learn first how to recognize them and then how to avoid and cope with them.

3. Surrounded By Medical Professionals

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Medical professionals are available 24/7 in inpatient facilities.

During your withdrawal, if you choose to go through it in a 24-hour medical facility, you will have access to doctors, nurses, counselors, and other licensed healthcare professionals who all want to see you succeed in your recovery.

This can not only cause you to have a safer withdrawal, but you will receive many of the benefits of having the social support of individuals who truly want you to get better and avoid relapse.

4. Withdrawal Can Always Worsen

Whether you are about to go through a notoriously dangerous withdrawal syndrome like that associated with alcohol or one that is considered to be more mild like opioid withdrawal, your symptoms could always worsen quickly and without warning.

It can feel much safer to start off withdrawal in inpatient care, especially if you are unsure how severe your symptoms could become.

5. Easy Transition to Addiction Treatment

According to the National Institute on Drug Abuse, “Detox alone with no follow-up is not treatment,” and some less intensive treatment programs do not ensure that patients make the transition to addiction rehab.

Most inpatient facilities, however, will always make your transition easier as well as stay involved with you every step of the way to ensure that you absolutely attend your addiction rehab program.

Seek Inpatient Detox Treatment Now

At 800-662-8079(Who Answers?), we can help you find rehab centers where you can detox from substance abuse safely and in a 24-hour, controlled environment. Once your withdrawal is over, you can begin addiction treatment in order to achieve a full recovery. Call now to learn more.

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