Detox Centers

Alcohol Detox Centers

Alcohol Detox Centers

Get alcohol detoxification help

Roughly 825,000 people sought some sort of treatment for alcohol abuse in the past year, and many of them needed a detox center before beginning a treatment program.

If you are looking for a detox center for alcohol abuse or alcoholism, we can assist you in locating the right facility.

Detoxification Help for Alcohol

Call our alcohol detox helpline at 1-877-920-2533 now or fill out our confidential assessment form below and one of our counselors will assist you as soon as possible.

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About Alcohol Detox

What you should know

Not all people in need of help for abusing or being addicted to alcohol need the same type of detoxification procedure. In fact, many people are able to simply detox themselves with proper rest and nutrition. However for long-term daily alcoholics simply stopping alcohol use without guidance or supervision from a qualified medical professional is not advised.

Some of the questions you might be asked could include:

How long have you been drinking alcohol?
How often do you drink?
When was the last time you went more than 24 hours without any alcohol or drugs?
Are you taking any other drugs or medications?
Do you normally get "the shakes" when you stop drinking?
Have you ever had a seizure, especially after stopping alcohol consumption?

When a medical detox is required for someone who is alcohol-dependent, the prodecure can usually last 3-5 days and substitute drugs are prescribed such as Ativan or Librium to limit the shock on the body. It is a good idea to find a detox program that will also help with vitamin IV drips and other health-restoring activities so that the person feels better.

If you or someone you love is in need of alcohol detox, contact us today. Call 1-877-920-2533 to speak with a counselor now.

Alcohol withdrawal symptoms can include: anxiety or nervousness, depression, difficulty thinking clearly, fatigue, irritability or easy excitability, jumpiness or shakiness, nightmares or rapid emotional changes. Mild-to-moderate physical symptoms can be: clammy skin, enlarged (dilated) pupils, eadache, sleeping difficulty, loss of appetite, nausea and vomiting, rapid heart rate, sweating, tremor of the hands or other body parts. Severe symptoms may be: agitation, delirium tremens -- a state of severe confusion and visual hallucinations, fever, or seizures.