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Alcohol Home Detox

Alcohol Home Detox

Alcohol Home Detox

Book your Alcohol Home Detox – Tel: 07811 606 606 (24 hours)

Alcohol Home Detox Treatment. We offer the most supported alcohol home detox in the UK. Nobody offers this level of support during, and after your alcohol home detox. If you are struggling with your drinking. Talk to us. We deal with this all day, everyday, and we can help you. An alcohol detox is really easy, and most of our clients all say “I wish I had of done this years ago”. You will not suffer cravings, you will feel brand new during and after your detox. If you are reading this page, then this is your chance to get well. Not everyone has this chance. Call us now on Tel: 07811 606 606 (24 hours) and change your life today. And yes, you can start your alcohol detox today, or whenever is convenient to you.

Growing Demand at just £1,295

With the growing demand for our alcohol detox program, we have added more. Yes you now have a choice of programs. So you can now choice the program which best suits your needs. We will get you through your alcohol addiction, and you will not believe how easy it is. Let us get your alcohol addiction finished for good. Call our team now on Tel: 07811 606 606 (24 hours)  

How it works – The stages of an alcohol home detox

1/ We will get one of our detox nurses to call the client to do an assessment. This is to make sure it is safe for the client to have a home detox. For 9/10 clients it is. But on occasions it is not. But do not worry. Residential treatment is always on offer if a home detox is not.

The reasons for a client not being able to do a detox at home would be safety reasons, or mental health reasons. Or the client has no one to stay with during their home detox period or no one to stay with them. You cannot do a home detox if you are on your own. You must have someone to stay with you. This can be a friend, family member etc

2/ Providing the assessment was alright, we then have a video consultation with the client, and the person staying with the client who will become the “supervisor”. In this video consultation our nurse will explain how everything will work to them both.

3/ Our nurse will then transfer the clients medication, for the home detox, to the clients local chemist. Their supervisor will need to collect the medication, not client for safety reasons.

4/ The nurse will then start the home detox. He will call the supervisor a minimum of 4 times a day, and tell their supervisor how much medication to give the client, and check the client is doing alright. He will also check the clients blood pressure etc when needed.

5/ The nurse will slowly reduce the medication over a period of 7 to 14 days depending on the severity of the clients alcohol addiction, until the clients body is clear of alcohol.

Why do clients have a Alcohol Home Detox instead of a Residential Detox

Alcohol Home Detox. This is a very convenient way to detox from alcohol at home. Home detoxes tend to be popular, as the client stays in their own environment. home detox from alcohol is done in exactly the same way we detox clients in our residential rehab centres. The only difference is you do it at home. Plus you are not using our services in our rehab centres ie, 24 hour nursing, food, bedrooms, counsellors etc, so the price reflects this. Detoxing at home is also quick because you are not having the rehabilitation you would get in our rehab centres. So a home detox from alcohol will take 7 to 10 days. We also offer support with all our home detoxes. Call us on Tel: 07811 606 606 (24 hours) for more details.

Do not leave it – Alcohol Home Detox Treatment

I do not need to run through the advantages of not being addicted to alcohol, as if you are a drinker, you will know then all. But what I would say is, “this is an easy fix. Let’s do it”. This is also the most affordable option for a detox from alcohol. Costs of residential rehab is expensive, so before that becomes your only option, now is the time to get yourself well. I was an alcoholic, and I know the pressures you are going through. Call for a chat and let us see where you are at. Our nurses are always available to chat to you as well if you would like them to. Tel: 07811 606 606 (24 hours)

Home detox Aftercare

We offer aftercare with all our home detoxes. And this is also done at home via telephone. Plus we offer the Sinclair Method to all clients who have had a home detox. This again is done at home. A home detox really is a “Home” detox.

So let us look at the advantages of a home detox

1/ If is affordable

2/ A home detox is quick

3/  It does not disrupt your family life

4/ you can carry on working after a few days

5/ No one will know you have had treatment at home

6/ Full aftercare with all home detoxes

7/ Sinclair Method available after all home detoxes

8/ We detox you in exactly the same way as if you came into residential rehab

Is it successful

Yes. Our success rate for an alcohol home detox is very high. I personally believe it is because the client is in surroundings they are use to. Unlike residential rehab centres where the client is in a bubble and the protection of the rehab centre. Residential Rehab is a great way to get well. But some clients can get well at the centre, and then when they come home, it is like coming back in to reality. This can make some clients go back to their old ways and relapse. There are always pros and cons for residential and home treatment. It really is down to the individual.

You cannot afford to leave it – Home Detox

Alcohol Home Detox Treatment. From my own personal experience, I can safely say. When I look back at my drinking days. All I remember now is, it was such hard work. Things like making sure I had enough alcohol in the house, and enough money to pay for more. That was my life, and what a waste of a life. I remember running out of alcohol one day and looking for something to drink in the house. I found a bottle of warm German white wine (the cheap stuff) and drunk that. It was discussing, but I needed a drink.

My point is this. Your drinking (call it an addiction) is actually self harming. Something is causing you to drink like this. It might be you were abused as a child, family break up, bereavement etc. I can help you though all of this, and all my services are free. Call me now on Tel: 07811 606 606 (24 hours) for a chat.

Start your alcohol home detox today, or whenever you prefer to start

You have come this far. Let’s have a chat. You are almost there. We can help you through this and afterwards. All our aftercare is free. Do not leave it. The longer you do, the chance of a home detox could be slipping away, and residential rehab and detox may soon be your only option. And that is expensive in comparison. Plus an alcohol hope detox is a quick and easy fix. Call us n ow on Tel: 07811 606 606 (24 hours)

So basically – Alcohol home detox

This is basically the same as a detox you would receive in a private residential rehab centre, but done over the phone and video conferencing at home. We even use the same prescribed medication as the private residential rehab centres use. The only main difference is you are doing it at home which works better for some clients who have busy lives.

Understanding Alcohol Home Detox Treatment. Although, alcohol private residential rehabilitation may be good for some clients. It may not be convenient for clients who need to carry on working, or looking after children etc. We believe everyone deserves the right treatment, and the help they deserve. So we offer the most supported detox anywhere in the UK, which we have been offering now for over 10 years. No other company anywhere in the UK offers the same level of support we offer. Our program is second to  none.

Help and support for everyone – Home detox

If a client does need to work or look after children, this does not mean to say they cannot get help in the form of an alcohol detox. It should never be ruled out as there are many more options available to them, for example a home alcohol detox. I would just like to point out an alcohol home detox should never be attempted without professional medical advice, as the results could be fatal. An alcohol detox without the correct medicine and professional help could end up with the client having fits, seizures and in some cases it can be fatal.

If you are considering having a home tailored medical detox, Tel: 07811 606 606 (24 hours). We will be able to assess whether an alcohol home detox is the right form of treatment for you, and also whether it is safe for you to do an alcohol detox from your own home. Once your assessment is completed and we are happy for you to detox at your home, we will arrange one of our doctors to prescribe the medicines needed for your detox to take place, and also oversee your detox for the period it takes which is normally around 2 weeks.

Right detox

A home detox is not for everyone, and we understand that. Some people prefer to go to a residential rehab centre where they can get away from it all, and detox without anyone knowing. Residential rehab centres vary a lot. Finding the right one for you is a challenge on its own. We have a variety of residential rehab centres to suit all people. What I mean by this is. If you are a 50 year old lady. You do not want to go to a centre with 20x young crack addicts. It is worth talking to us before you book yourself in anywhere, as not all residential rehab centres in the UK are that good. And we know them all.

Alcohol home detox – Another options

Home Detox for Alcohol. Another option could be you have your alcohol detox at a residential detox unit which normally lasts between 7 – 12 days. Then we can arrange for you to have our counsellors call you on a daily basis if you wish. This is to continue your treatment from home thereafter. We can also arrange a visit from our counsellors on a weekly basis in your area. We understand that no two detoxes are the same. So your detox and medicine will be a program tailored to you and you only. This way we know you will be detoxing in the safest most comfortable way possible.

Home Detox for Alcohol – With a home detox program, our nurse will arrange an appointment at your home to further assess you. Your medicine and your detox will start on the same day unless a home detox is not safe for you to do so. You will not be over or under medicated and you will be made as comfortable as possible during your detox. It is always handy to have a family member or friend to administer your medication if at all possible.

alcohol home detox

Never attempt to detox yourself without medical advice

Home Detox for Alcohol.  Our nurses will administer medication. We will also offer other support options and help during, and after your detox in completed. This can be done using telephone counselling which has proved to be highly successful over the years.

Why therapy is also needed alcohol home detox

Therapy is an important component of alcohol home detox for several reasons:

  1. Emotional support: Alcohol dependence and detoxification can be emotionally challenging. Therapy provides a safe and supportive environment where you can express your feelings, fears, and struggles related to alcohol use. It allows you to work through underlying issues and develop healthy coping mechanisms.

  2. Identifying triggers and coping strategies: Therapy can help you identify the triggers that lead to alcohol use and develop effective coping strategies to manage cravings and prevent relapse. By exploring the underlying reasons for your alcohol use, therapy can address the root causes and provide you with tools to navigate challenging situations without turning to alcohol.

  3. Behaviour modification: Alcohol dependence often involves certain patterns of behaviour that contribute to the cycle of addiction. Therapy can help you identify and modify these behaviours, promoting healthier habits and lifestyles. It can provide insight into thought patterns, decision-making processes, and help develop positive behavioural changes.

  4. Relapse prevention: Maintaining sobriety after detoxification is crucial, and therapy plays a significant role in relapse prevention. Therapists can help you develop relapse prevention strategies, teach you valuable skills for managing cravings and stress, and provide ongoing support as you navigate the challenges of maintaining sobriety.

  5. Support for underlying mental health issues: Many individuals with alcohol dependence also have co-occurring mental health disorders such as anxiety, depression, or trauma-related conditions. Therapy can address these underlying issues, providing necessary support and helping to manage dual diagnoses effectively.

It’s important to note that therapy can come in different forms, such as individual counselling, group therapy, or support groups. The specific type and duration of therapy will depend on your individual needs and the recommendations of healthcare professionals.

Remember, consulting with a healthcare professional or addiction specialist is essential to determine the most appropriate therapy options for your specific situation and to ensure comprehensive support during the detoxification and recovery process.

Alcohol withdrawal symptoms

Alcohol withdrawal symptoms can vary in severity depending on the individual, the duration and intensity of alcohol use, and other factors. These symptoms typically emerge when someone with alcohol dependence abruptly reduces or stops their alcohol consumption. Some common alcohol withdrawal symptoms include:

  1. Tremors: Shaking or trembling of the hands, arms, or other body parts.
  2. Sweating: Profuse sweating, especially at night.
  3. Anxiety: Feelings of restlessness, nervousness, or unease.
  4. Irritability: Easily becoming annoyed or agitated.
  5. Nausea and vomiting: Upset stomach and vomiting.
  6. Headaches: Pain or discomfort in the head.
  7. Insomnia: Difficulty falling asleep or staying asleep.
  8. Rapid heart rate: Increased heart rate or palpitations.
  9. Elevated blood pressure: High blood pressure levels.
  10. Loss of appetite: Reduced desire to eat or lack of interest in food.
  11. Fatigue: Generalised tiredness or exhaustion.
  12. Mood swings: Emotional instability, ranging from depression to irritability.
  13. Confusion or difficulty concentrating: Cognitive impairment or difficulty focusing.
  14. Hallucinations: Sensations of seeing or hearing things that are not present.
  15. Seizures: In severe cases, withdrawal seizures may occur, usually within the first 48 hours after the last drink.

It’s important to note that alcohol withdrawal can be a serious medical condition, and in some cases, withdrawal symptoms can escalate rapidly and become life-threatening. Severe alcohol withdrawal symptoms, including delirium tremens (DTs), require immediate medical attention.

If you or someone you know is experiencing alcohol withdrawal symptoms, it is crucial to seek medical help. A healthcare professional or addiction specialist can provide proper assessment, monitoring, and necessary medical interventions to ensure safety and support throughout the detoxification process.


We can also offer our counsellors to come over to your area on a weekly basis if you prefer. All this is to help you through your recovery which normally lasts anywhere between 4 and 12 weeks. You will also be given a 24 hour support phone number as for any problems you may be having. It is highly unlikely you will ever need to call this number. As you will receive daily telephone calls from the support staff during your detox.

Home detox

An alcohol home detox, also known as home detoxification or home withdrawal, refers to the process of attempting to stop or reduce alcohol consumption on your own at home. Instead of seeking professional medical care or entering a specialised treatment facility, individuals may choose to manage the detoxification process independently.

It’s important to note that alcohol detoxification can be potentially dangerous, and attempting it at home without medical supervision can pose serious health risks. Alcohol withdrawal syndrome is a potentially life-threatening condition that can occur when someone abruptly stops or significantly reduces their alcohol intake after a period of heavy or prolonged drinking.

Professional medical supervision during detoxification is crucial because healthcare providers can assess the individual’s physical and psychological health, monitor vital signs, manage potential complications, and provide appropriate interventions or medications as necessary.

Home detoxification can be risky due to several reasons:

  1. Withdrawal symptoms: Alcohol withdrawal symptoms can range from mild to severe, including anxiety, tremors, hallucinations, seizures, and delirium tremens (a severe form of alcohol withdrawal). Without medical supervision, these symptoms can escalate rapidly and lead to medical emergencies.

  2. Health complications: Individuals with underlying medical conditions, such as liver disease, cardiovascular issues, or mental health disorders, are at higher risk of complications during alcohol detox. Professional medical care ensures that any pre-existing conditions are adequately managed during the detox process.

  3. Lack of support: Attempting detox at home may lack the necessary support system typically available in a professional treatment setting. Having access to healthcare professionals, counsellors, and support groups can significantly increase the chances of successful detox and long-term recovery.

If you or someone you know is struggling with alcohol dependence and wishes to detox, it is strongly recommended to seek medical advice and assistance. A healthcare provider can assess the individual’s situation, provide appropriate guidance, and determine the most suitable detoxification approach, which may include inpatient or outpatient treatment, medication-assisted detox, or a combination of interventions tailored to the individual’s needs.

Remember, alcohol dependence is a complex condition, and professional care offers the best chance for a safe and successful detoxification process.

Why more and more clients are turning to an alcohol home detox

There are several reasons why individuals may opt for an alcohol home detox instead of seeking treatment in a formal rehabilitation facility. Some of the reasons include:

  1. Privacy and Confidentiality: Home detox allows individuals to maintain their privacy and confidentiality. Some people may feel uncomfortable or self-conscious about their addiction and prefer to go through the detoxification process in the privacy of their own home.

  2. Comfort and Familiarity: Being in a familiar environment can provide a sense of comfort and security during the detox process. Home detox allows individuals to stay in their own space and be surrounded by their belongings, which can help reduce anxiety and promote a more relaxed detox experience.

  3. Flexibility and Convenience: Home detox provides greater flexibility and convenience compared to inpatient treatment. It allows individuals to continue with their daily responsibilities such as work, parenting, or other commitments while receiving treatment. This can be particularly beneficial for individuals who cannot take time off from their obligations or prefer to maintain their regular routines.

  4. Cost-effectiveness: In some cases, home detox may be a more affordable option compared to inpatient rehabilitation. By avoiding the costs associated with residential treatment, such as accommodation, meals, and facility fees, individuals may find a home detox more financially feasible.

  5. Personalised Approach: Home detox can offer a more personalised approach to treatment. Working with healthcare professionals who specialise in addiction medicine, individuals can receive tailored care and support specific to their needs and circumstances.

It’s important to note that home detox may not be suitable for everyone, especially for individuals with severe alcohol addiction, co-occurring mental health conditions, or limited support systems at home. In such cases, a formal rehabilitation program with 24/7 medical supervision and comprehensive support may be more appropriate.

Regardless of the chosen detox method, it’s essential to emphasise that detoxification alone is not sufficient for long-term recovery. It should be followed by ongoing treatment, therapy, and support to address the underlying issues contributing to alcohol addiction and develop strategies for sustained sobriety.

Clients who should not detox from alcohol at home?

Detoxification from alcohol at home may not be suitable or safe for certain individuals. While I’m not a medical professional, here are some general indications of individuals who should not detox from alcohol at home:

  1. Severe alcohol dependence: If you have a long history of heavy alcohol use or severe alcohol dependence, it is generally recommended to undergo detoxification under medical supervision due to the potential for severe withdrawal symptoms, including delirium tremens (DTs). Medical professionals can monitor your condition closely and provide appropriate medical interventions if necessary.

  2. Co-existing medical conditions: If you have any pre-existing medical conditions such as liver disease, heart problems, respiratory issues, or mental health disorders, it is important to consult with a healthcare professional before attempting a home detox. These conditions can complicate the detox process and require medical oversight.

  3. Previous withdrawal complications: If you have experienced complications during alcohol withdrawal in the past, such as seizures or severe symptoms, it is advisable to seek medical supervision for subsequent detoxification attempts.

  4. Polydrug use or substance misuse: If you are using multiple substances or have a history of substance misuse, it may be safer to undergo detoxification in a controlled environment where healthcare professionals can manage potential complications or provide appropriate support.

  5. Lack of a support system: Having a support system in place during detoxification is essential for successful outcomes. If you don’t have reliable support from family, friends, or professionals, it may be more challenging to manage the process effectively at home.

It’s important to note that everyone’s situation is unique, and the decision to detox at home or seek medical assistance should be made in consultation with a healthcare professional who can assess your specific circumstances and provide appropriate guidance.

Contact us

All home detoxes can be carried out anywhere throughout the UK. They generally starts within a few days of you enquiring about it. The same day service is also available. There are many people who have had a home detox and who are now off alcohol for life. If you would like more information about this subject or anything else to do with an alcohol detox. Call our team now on Tel: 07811 606 606. We are here 24 hours a day.

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