Detox begins the process of ridding the body of toxins contained in alcohol and other drugs. Depending upon the severity of the addiction, what substances have been used, and duration of use, individuals may experience withdrawal when the substances, including alcohol, are abruptly discontinued.
Withdrawal symptoms vary with the individual and the various substances. Drugs like alcohol, opiates and tranquilizers can produce severe physical withdrawal. Other drugs such as cocaine, marijuana or ecstasy tend to produce more emotional withdrawal.
- Difficulty breathing
- Muscle tension
- Racing or rapid heart beat
- Difficulty Sleeping or Staying Asleep
- Tightness in the chest
- Poor or little ability to Concentrate
Emotional Withdrawal Symptoms
- Angry or Tearful Outbursts with or without provocation
Detox should be medically monitored, assuring that the individual receives the appropriate level of care specific to their use, duration of use, quantity and foreseeable withdrawal symptoms.
When you call Top Addiction Network, be honest in what you have used, how long, and how much. You will not be judged, but this vital information means that our Addiction Professionals can help you find a level of care that will help you start the recovery process.
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