An alcohol detox is something you can do at home but we definitely wouldn’t advise it. Some have had success detoxing from home and using the support of a group such as Alcoholics Anonymous, while we do advise our clients to visit these kinds of groups after treatment, we know that alcohol withdrawal can cause severe health issues that will require medical treatment.
We also offer treatment for co-existing mental health issues, like depression and anxiety. Often these are the either the cause or effect of alcohol abuse, and helping you deal with mental health can equip you with a stronger shield against future cravings.
Undergoing an alcohol detox is the first step towards getting into recovery. Below, we answer many of the questions you may have regarding both alcohol detox and alcohol rehabilitation. We then provide contact details so you may get in touch and discover how we may help you.
ABOUT ALCOHOL DETOX.
Alcohol Detox with Insurance.
When you stop drinking after prolonged alcohol consumption, you will more than likely suffer from alcohol withdrawal symptoms.
Addictions to drugs and alcohol have profound effects on the body and mind. Before the mind can be effectively dealt with, the body must first be free from the toxic substances within. This is accomplished via detox in a process known as withdrawal.