Those considering recovery from addiction and wanting to know more about rehab programs often ask, “Is detox painful?” The answer is that it depends on several factors. You can learn about the process and then make a more informed decision. Sunflower Wellness Retreat can help you.
Answering the Question, “Is Detox Painful?”
When you are withdrawing from alcohol, it flushes out from your body. While this is not necessarily painful, you may have withdrawal symptoms, such as headache, fever, nausea, irregular heartbeat, and hallucinations. Some people experience only minor withdrawal discomfort while others may actually face pain. A rehab facility can make you more comfortable with pain management through medication. If your drug or alcohol addiction problems span many years, you may suffer more severe symptoms. A medical professional can monitor your progress and treat whatever symptoms you are experiencing.
The amount of time you have experienced addiction, to which substance, by which method (smoking, injecting, swallowing, or snorting), and the severity of the addiction will all be factors in your withdrawal.
“Cold turkey” detox is not something to attempt at home. Seizures and severe dehydration can occur as well as other serious issues. Medical detox allows you to deal with anxiety, nausea, insomnia, discomfort, mood swings, concentration difficulties, and other symptoms of withdrawal.
Opioids and heroin are the drugs from which withdrawal is most uncomfortable. Alcohol and benzos may often require some type of medication and are the most dangerous to detox from.
We provide a medical detox treatment center to help you transition to our inpatient program.
After Medical Detox
Medical detox from the drug is the first step; mental detox is the next step. Medication-assisted treatment at the right treatment center can help you achieve sobriety. The use of FDA-approved medications can hold the worst withdrawal and early recovery symptoms in check.
Along with inpatient programs, we offer partial hospitalization, outpatient, and intensive outpatient programs. Medication-assisted treatment and mental health treatment are part of your recovery at Sunflower Wellness Retreat. Our programs comprise group, family, and individual therapy. In addition to these, we offer a range of alternative therapies and holistic methods. Success in recovery might lead you down a variety of paths.
Education and recovery therapies are part of the process at our residential treatment center. We can customize a program for you that meets your own special needs. Our rehab can guide you to success with lasting results and the achievement of your long-term goals.
If you are living with depression or a bipolar disorder in addition to addiction, our dual diagnosis program combines therapy to treat addiction and mental illness symptoms at the same time. Better health is the result after completion of rehab with a combination of methods.
Take a tour of our facility to see what we offer. Sunflower Wellness Retreat is set on 12 acres in the country. The surroundings, outside of Kansas City, are tranquil and peaceful. This is a place where you can renew your mental and physical being. You can join in meditation, expressive art therapy, and mindfulness. Basketball and volleyball courts provide physical exercise and fun. We partner with a quality fitness center as well. Long-term recovery means healing both mind and body.
Do not let the fear of detox prevent you from getting help. You can overcome your addiction by participating in a professional and compassionate drug rehab program that can help you achieve lasting sobriety. Contact Sunflower Wellness Retreat at 855.730.8825, and we will get you on the right path to recovery and healing. You do not have to suffer alone. Get the addiction help that you need today.