Top-Rated Drug Detox Program for Residents of Santa Clarita

Physical drug addiction creates a hurdle that must be overcome before a way of life without addiction constantly barring your happiness can be achieved. Once your body becomes used to the presence of a drug such as heroin, cocaine, meth, or prescription medication, it changes the way it functions causing you to need the drug to function.

Thankfully, the withdrawal symptoms that happen once you stop using a drug can be managed in a safe way that reduces symptoms greatly so that you can break the physical hold that a drug has. In our top-rated drug detox program for residents of Santa Clarita, you can benefit from our medical detox program for drug addiction.

A medical detox program is essentially going through withdrawal symptoms with the aid of prescription medication approved by the Food and Drug Administration (FDA) coupled with medical supervision to make sure that you recover safely. It is the best way to overcome physical drug addiction and start your journey to long-term recovery.

At Muse Treatment and Recovery Center for Santa Clarita residents, we have a comprehensive treatment program for drug addiction. Our drug detox program can be followed by residential and outpatient services that have all of the components of effective treatment as outlined by the National Institute on Drug Abuse.


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What is Detox Like?

Usually, drug detox is a harrowing experience with symptoms that can drive one to relapse when one attempts to stop alone. The intense cravings that you experience along with the myriad of symptoms, such as intense flu-like symptoms during opioid withdrawal, make stopping drug use by yourself difficult.

Our drug detox program for the residents of Santa Clarita can allow you to detox with minimal symptoms. Instead of being overwhelmed by the symptoms during your drug detox, you will be given FDA-approved medication that specially counteracts the various symptoms that you experience.

Some of the common withdrawal symptoms that range from mild to severe that are usually associated with drug withdrawal are as follows. Opioid withdrawal symptoms include insomnia, pain in the bones and muscles, restlessness, diarrhea, stomach pains, and vomiting. Psychosis, fatigue, depression, and anxiety are among the meth withdrawal symptoms that are commonly experienced. Cocaine withdrawal may include symptoms such as depression, anxiety, exhaustion, inability to feel pressure, nightmares, suicidal thoughts, tremors, and nerve pain among others.

The medications that we can provide as an accredited and LegitScript-monitored facility can make drug detox far safer and less unpleasant. The above-mentioned symptoms will be counteracted so that they don’t overwhelm you and you can detox more comfortably. We monitor your health so that if any prior medical concerns become problematic then our healthcare professionals can see to it.

We also provide over-the-counter medication to help with symptoms such as constipation during opioid withdrawal so that any symptom that you have is dealt with effectively. Through our drug detox program for residents of Santa Clarita, withdrawal symptoms don’t have to be an impeding factor to your recovery.

Drug detox is just the start of your recovery. Going through a medical detox won’t cure your addiction, but it allows you to break the physical reliance on drugs so that your recovery can start. After your detox, we have comprehensive treatment programs that treat you as a whole including assessing and treating co-occurring mental disorders, behavioral therapies, and neuro-behavioral therapy among others.

Through our medical detox program and subsequent inpatient or outpatient treatments, you can establish a better way of life that isn’t bound by substance abuse. After rehab, we have aftercare programs to help ensure your long-term recovery. Muse is your partner in long-term recovery from drug abuse.

How Long Does Detox Take?

Drug detox at Muse Treatment and Recovery Center is a relatively short experience. How much of the drug you took regularly, the type of drug it was, how long you’ve been using the drug for, and prior medical conditions will have an impact on how long drug detox takes.

Each drug has its own withdrawal timeline but most symptoms begin 6 to 12 hours after the last use. The majority of symptoms during detox will reach their peak in roughly 48 to 72 hours. This is the time where the medications that we provide and our medical monitoring are most important.

After around 5 days, the major symptoms will begin to dissipate and you will begin to feel much better. In some cases, it may take up to 7 days before you feel better but generally speaking, drug detox takes a total of 5 to 7 days.

Why Choose Muse for Drug Detox?

Muse Treatment and Recovery Center for the residents of Santa Clarita is an ideal place to get professional help for drug detox. Our facility is accredited by the non-profit organization that accredits healthcare facilities in the United States – The Joint Commission. Their Gold Seal of Approval that has been awarded to Muse is a mark that represents the quality of care that you can receive for drug addiction treatment.

Drug detox by itself isn’t enough to overcome addiction. At Muse, however, we offer more than just a medical detox program. Our interdisciplinary approach to recovery means that we explore every relevant aspect of your life so that you can achieve long-term recovery. Research into the science of addiction suggests that a whole-patient approach is required to reach lasting sobriety. At Muse, we treat you as a whole so that you have the best chance of building a life that is satisfying and sustainable.

Our community-driven approach to recovery from drug addiction together with the evidence-based, holistic therapies is what sets Muse apart from other rehabs. Reach out to us today so that we can help you through drug detox and assist you in achieving lasting sobriety.

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