Top Rated Alcohol Detox Program in Southern California

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With the end of the prohibition which banned the sale of alcohol, the substance became a stable part of our society. Alcohol is enjoyed in social settings but for some people, drinking alcohol becomes a far-reaching problem in their lives that affects their work, health, social life, and family among other things. One of the main problems with stopping alcohol abuse is that it is physically addictive which means that if you’ve formed a reliance on the substance, then you’ll experience withdrawal symptoms which can, in fact, be life-threatening.

At our top-rated alcohol detox program for residents of Southern California, you can get professional, accredited help to get through alcohol detox safely and thanks to the medications that we can give you, the process is safe. Alcohol withdrawal symptoms usually bar your way to recovery, but we can make the experience comfortable in either an inpatient or outpatient setting.

At Muse Treatment and Recovery Center, our caring healthcare workers and staff members will be there for you through your alcohol detox process. If you’re expected to have severe withdrawal symptoms, then our healthcare professionals can monitor your health round-the-clock so that any medical issue can be quickly dealt with. Through our top-rated alcohol detox program for residents of Southern California, your withdrawal symptoms won’t stop you from quitting alcohol.

What is Alcohol Detox Like?

Alcohol rehab is usually an intense experience if you were to do it alone. Withdrawal symptoms happen because your body changes to adjust to constant drinking but the problem is that this new balance that’s created requires that you continue to drink alcohol to maintain it, all the while the devastating nature of alcohol abuse gets worse. When you abruptly stop drinking alcohol, then you’re left in this adjusted state, and withdrawal symptoms set in and continue until your body has the chance to return to normal function.

Common alcohol withdrawal symptoms include tremors in the hands, rapid heart rate, nausea and vomiting, insomnia, headaches, clammy skin, nightmares, mood swings, shakiness, fatigue, depression, and anxiety. These symptoms by themselves can be overwhelming but there are also more severe symptoms that are life-threatening known as delirium tremens or DTs.

The symptoms of the most severe form of alcohol withdrawal or DTs include seizures, fever, agitation, confusion, and hallucinations. It’s important that any person who has a significant addiction to alcohol seek professional help for alcohol detox such as through our alcohol detox program for residents of Southern California. While DTs are rarer, there also isn’t a way to predict whether they will occur and therefore, it’s always better to seek professional help instead of risking your health. 

In our alcohol detox program for Southern California residents, you won’t have to worry about the many symptoms that occur during alcohol detox. We are able to give you medications that help to make you feel comfortable through the process and more importantly, help you to safely recover. Whether through prescription medication approved by the FDA or over-the-counter medication, we will treat all of your intense symptoms.

What to Expect During Detox?

At our alcohol detox center in Southern California, you can expect to undergo professional, accredited alcohol detoxification. You can expect to start with your alcohol detox as soon as you enter our inpatient or outpatient detox. Since alcohol withdrawal symptoms can be fatal if DTs are untreated, if you are suspected to have a significant withdrawal, then you’ll likely participate in our inpatient or partial hospitalization detox program.

You can expect your symptoms to begin fairly rapidly and you’ll be given medication as soon as your symptoms begin or potentially before they begin to help preempt your symptoms. Some of the medications that you might be given in our alcohol detox program for residents of Southern California include benzodiazepines, anticonvulsants, and if there is a resistance to benzos then you might be given barbiturates.

In our medical detox program for alcohol for residents of Southern California, you can expect to feel relatively comfortable thanks to the medications that we provide. If you are in our inpatient treatment program, then you might welcome the break from your life as you are treated in our therapeutic environment surrounded by caring people.

How Long is Detox?

The average length of alcohol detox is between 5 and 7 days but some people may have persistent symptoms that last 10 or more days. For most people, their symptoms will start within the first day of detox and by the third day, the symptoms will reach their peak. Every day after your symptoms peak, you still feel much better until you are ready for the next part of your recovery.

It’s important to understand that alcohol detox cannot treat the condition that we know as addiction. It’s just a way to safely deal with your withdrawal symptoms and further treatment is required to solidify your recovery.

Why Choose Muse for Alcohol Detox?

Muse Treatment and Recovery Center is an accredited addiction treatment center. The Joint Commission’s Gold Seal of Approval confirms the high-quality care that we can provide for alcohol detox and other addiction treatments. Since medications will be used during your detox, we are monitored by LegitScript which helps to ensure that medications are used safely.

At Muse, we are dedicated to helping you beat alcohol addiction. From our medical detox program for alcohol addiction for residents of Southern California to our comprehensive substance use disorder treatments, we can help you to achieve long-term sobriety and safely overcome your detoxification. Get in touch with Muse Treatment today so that we can help to release the hold that alcohol has.

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