Addiction Treatment for Inhalant Detox at Wellness Retreat
If you or a loved one has been using inhalants for a period of time and have started to feel the effects of cravings or withdrawal when the chemicals are not used, addiction may be present. Before treatment can help, an inhalant addicted individual will have to go through the process of detox. Detox is eliminating a substance from the body and is done by simply waiting until the drug exits the body naturally. There are two options for detox; home and medical. When individuals choose to detox from home, the process is commonly referred to as “cold turkey”, meaning the individual will just stop using and wait for withdrawal symptoms to pass. Medically monitored detox is the guided detox of an individual by medical professionals within a professional setting. At the Wellness Retreat Recovery, we believe that medical inhalant detox is the best process for detoxing from inhalants, and can help you on your journey to achieve an addiction-free life today with our monitored medical detox program.
Should I Detox from Home or with a Medical Detox Program?
Choosing to detox medically provides you with the safety, comfort, and effectiveness that you require to have the best chance for a life of long-term sobriety. With medically monitored detox, our partner medical professionals qualified and experienced with inhalant detox will supervise the entire process. This means if anything were to go awry, you’ll have the staff and supplies that you’ll require to stay healthy. Additionally, medically monitored detox allows for comforting medical solutions to soothe the agitating withdrawal symptoms you are likely to experience throughout the detox process.
Detoxing from home, although possible, is not the best option. Without the support and guidance of medical professionals, you’ll be on your own to deal with dangerous and agitating withdrawal symptoms. Also, detoxing from home is reportedly not as effective as medically monitored detox. If you are serious about obtaining sobriety and beginning a journey of recovery and healing, you’ll want to consider medically monitored detox as opposed to quitting “cold turkey”.
Withdrawal Symptoms of Inhalant Detox
Because the body and brain adapt to the use of inhalants after prolonged use, it doesn’t go right back to working the way it used to before the individual started using during detox. Instead, the individual will experience withdrawal symptoms because the body has to relearn how to send neurological signals without the presence of inhalants. Individuals addicted to inhalants, during the medical detox process, may experience:
- Loss of appetite
- Increased bodily temperature
- Increased heartbeat, pulse, and blood pressure
After Medical Detox for Inhalants
To have the best chance for a life of recovery free from addiction to inhalants, it’s suggested that once medically monitored detox concludes, individuals get further treatment with the use of various therapies. At the Wellness Retreat Recovery, we offer services and programs of all types; both holistic and traditional. To find out more about our luxurious facility and our treatment guarantee which allows you to come back for free if relapse were to occur post-treatment, please visit our website now!