At Hickory Recovery, we offer detox treatment for those recovering from drug and alcohol addiction. During detoxification, you rid your body of toxic substances. In order to maintain sobriety and clean living, you first need to regain your health and wellness through a dedicated detox treatment center. If you have had a substance use disorder for a long time or have a severe addiction, our medical team and therapists may recommend medical detox to help you manage cravings and withdrawal symptoms.
Symptoms You Need Detox Treatment
It’s important not to delay treatment out of fear of the detox process. If you have used drugs heavily or drink frequently, you may worry that you won’t be able to handle the withdrawal symptoms. That’s a valid point and it can be dangerous to try to stop or reduce your intake suddenly. Instead, turn to professionals who provide 24-hour care and supervision in a structured environment.
Common withdrawal symptoms include:
- Shaky Hands
Once you speak with one of our admissions team members, we can determine the likelihood that you will experience one or more of these symptoms. We create an individual treatment plan designed to increase your comfort level during detox treatment.
The Right Detox Treatment for You
Hickory Recovery keeps your family and loved ones apprised of your progress. We offer versatile techniques such as cognitive behavioral therapy and group therapy so you can find support during the crucial first stage of your recovery.
You experience a variety of traditional and holistic therapies in both are detox treatment and longer recovery programs. From proper nutrition and exercise to getting to the root of your addiction, dedicated staff members are here to help.
Outpatient vs. Residential Treatment
We highly recommend residential detox treatment to provide your best opportunity to avoid relapse. During detox, you begin to learn new habits and skills that can help you maintain a sober lifestyle. Residential treatment involves staying on our luxurious campus, enjoying nutritious meals and around the clock access to medical care and therapy.
Depending on the severity of your substance abuse, a shorter plan may work for you. Outpatient treatment following initial detox can help you stay clean and focused on building a new life. However, in many cases we recommend residential treatment that may include dual diagnosis treatment for underlying emotional and mental conditions.
If you have tried to stop using alcohol or drugs on your own, you may feel that sobriety and clean living seem far away. However, with the help of caring staff members and a safe, structured environment, you can receive the guidance you need to fight cravings and regain control of your life.