Drug Detox – We fully understand what a massive step it is to recognise you have a drug addiction, and knowing you need to get help, and eventually picking up the phone and talking to someone about your addiction. I can tell you this, it will be the best decision you will ever make. Our staff are friendly and know what you are going through, as they have gone through it themselves, hence the assessment process is really easy to go through. The whole process is really simple so you should not worry about any of it. We all have to same aim. To make sure you get well.

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Drug Detox – What happens during a Drug Detox?

Drug Detox – This is basically what happens across the board at any of the detox centre we deal with. You will be admitted to the detox unit. You will be greeted by the staff at the unit and given a support worker who will get you medically admitted by one of the highly trained nurses on the unit. You will then be seen by a Specialist General Practitioner. There are also very highly trained Therapists who help you understand about your drug addiction and why you take drugs. You will be given medication which will help you through the withdrawal symptoms backed up by fully qualified nurses to make your withdrawal as comfortable as possible. You will never be in any pain.

Medication

Drug Detox – With all centres, they try to keep thing simple when it comes to medication. They tend to keep you on what substance you are taking. For example, if you are using Methadone, they will keep you on Methadone which will be used to detox you with. The way the detox will work is, they will reduce the dose over time. This will be the same if you are using Buprenorphine or Benzodiazepines. You will stay on it for your detox and again it will be reduced over time in a medically safe way. If you are using Heroin or any other Opiates before entering the detox unit, then Lofexidine, Methadone or Subutex will be used to detox you. The length of time for your detox will depend on the amount of the substance you are used to taking.

Drug Detox – You will also receive other medication to help with anxiety or any feelings of pain. This will be administered without over sedating you, to make your detox as comfortable as possible. If you ask anyone who has been through a detox in any of our drug rehabilitation centres, they will tell you how easy and pain free it was.

Drug Detox – Our team is here 24 hours a day and are happy to discuss any queries or questions you may have. Call us on Tel: 0845 3881 543 or Mobiles call 07811 606 606 for more help and advice.