Those recovering from drug and alcohol addiction relapse for a variety of reasons, not the least common of which is an inability to cope with the with physical and psychological withdrawal symptoms. Drug and alcohol withdrawal can seriously impact person’s life and create serious long-term biological and emotional problems. Withdrawal is characterized as a series of physical and behavioral symptoms that substance users experience when they go without a steady supply of drugs and alcohol. Recovery Unplugged offers quality and compassionate substance abuse withdrawal treatment, no matter what substance you’ve been abusing. We provide medically supervised detoxification to help alleviate symptoms and help restore your body to normal function.
Drug withdrawal takes a serious toll on the central nervous system, creating complicated and possibly permanent changes to brain chemistry. The longer drug abuse persists, the more dependent the brain becomes on a regular supply to feel normal. This is usually manifested in the overproduction of the neurotransmitter called dopamine. When the body is suddenly forced to go without the user’s drug of choice, the brain sends signals that something is wrong, and it can take a considerably long time before it’s restored to normal function. The scope and severity of these symptoms depends on the duration and frequency of the user’s substance abuse. Drug withdrawal is one of the prime indicators of dependency.
First it’s a minor headache and before you know it, life becomes a never-ending hangover or worse. Eventually your brain and body start to crave alcohol so much that you shake uncontrollably and are in pain every minute you’re not drinking. Alcohol withdrawal is not “normal”, it’s not funny and it’s not inevitable. Recovery Unplugged offers experienced and compassionate medically supervised alcohol detox and withdrawal management to help you or your loved one escape the deadly and destructive cycle of relapse and withdrawal. We have guided thousands of patients toward lasting freedom from alcohol addiction, starting with the treatment of their withdrawal symptoms.
Benzodiazepines are among the most commonly abused types of prescription drugs. Although the nation is currently preoccupied with the opioid painkiller epidemic, thousands of Americans currently struggle with benzodiazepine withdrawal. Benzodiazepines or “benzos” are a family of prescription medications commonly used to treat anxiety and sleep disorder. Popular types of benzos include Valium, Xanax, Ativan, Klonopin, Ambien and more. Benzodiazepine withdrawal can wreak havoc on a sufferer’s long-term health and quality of life, and should be addressed in a safe, compassionate and comfortable clinical setting. Recovery Unplugged proudly offers medically supervised benzo withdrawal.
By now it is common knowledge that opioids represent the single-largest substance abuse threat in the United States; they may even represent the nation’s largest overall public health issue. Thousands more continue to die from these drugs with each passing year, including nearly 50,000 in 2017. Between prescription drugs like oxycodone and hydrocodone and illicit substances like heroin, these drugs are negatively impacting the lives of Americans of every cultural and economic background. Opioids withdrawal is one of the clearest indicators of addiction and leads to thousands of relapses every year. It is manifested through a variety of physical and psychological symptoms.
Millions of Americans take sleeping pills to get a good night’s rest. The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention reports that approximately four percent of all American adults (about nine million people) take medication to combat sleep disorder. While these medications can, on a limited basis, help get a good night’s sleep, they’re also extremely addictive and come with their own set of withdrawal symptoms. Withdrawal from sleeping pills manifests when users develop biological tolerance to these drugs. It presents through a variety of mild to severe physical and psychological symptoms. Recovery Unplugged offers compassionate, effective and medically supervised sleeping pills withdrawal treatment.
Stimulants are a family of drugs that are commonly used in the treatment of conditions like ADD and ADHD. While they’re effective in helping to improve focus and concentration, they can also create serious, long-term and potentially permanent changes in the brain’s chemistry, leading to tolerance, abuse and subsequent addiction. Stimulants withdrawal is manifested through a collection of physical and psychological symptoms that can range from mild to severe. Stimulants withdrawal is one of the clearest indicators of addiction and should be treated by an experienced and qualified medical professional. Recovery Unplugged offers compassionate, effective and discreet stimulant withdrawal treatment.
Recovery Unplugged clients maintain long-term recovery (one year or longer) at a rate of four times the national average.
Our clients experience early AMA (against medical advice) discharges at a rate five times lower than the treatment industry average.
Nearly all Recovery Unplugged clients report a positive, rewarding and fulfilling treatment experience and say they’d recommend our programs to others who need help.