Paramount Wellnes Retreat | Medically Supervised Detox
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Medically Supervised Detoxification

Medically Supervised

What is “Detox”?

“Detox” (short for “detoxification”) is nothing to be afraid of. In fact, it can be a lifesaving experience. When we develop a dependency on alcohol or drug substances, our bodies change. Cravings are just as physical as they are mental. The human brain is altered from long term reliance on these chemicals.

Detoxification simply means that we discontinue the use of harmful substances. This is done in a setting continually monitored by medical professionals to ensure maximum safety and comfort.

Why is it Important?

Restoring our bodies from toxic substances is both healthy and liberating. Yet, some may be resistant to the idea. They may have heard “horror stories” of how difficult withdrawal can be when usage is abruptly stopped. Others who have come to rely on harmful substances because of the phenomenon of addiction may fear going without their effects.

The truth is that detox is safe when properly managed. There will simply be a period of time (usually 7 to 10 days on average) that our bodies go through a readjustment period: a transition from dependency.

Our trusted team members are board-certified to handle detoxification with skill, precision, and compassion. And if you’re nervous about the effort or strength it will require, our specialists – some of whom are in recovery themselves – can help. They know what you’re going through, and they understand what path to take.

What You Can Expect

Different substances affect the body in distinct ways. Alcohol, opiates, benzodiazepines, amphetamines, and cocaine each create unique reactions. At Paramount, we take extraordinary responsibility so that when the body goes into withdrawal from the substances it had been reliant on, there is a seamless transition towards recovery, health, and the greatest possible reduction of discomfort.

Drug Addiction Treatment
Mental Health Treatment
Alcohol Addiction
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