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Steps Of Detoxification- Rejuvenate Your Body With Detoxification

by Pushpender Kumar Rehab Counselor


Detoxification, or detox, is the process of clearing toxins from the body of a patient who is addicted to alcohol and drug addiction in order to begin recovery. Detox is a recommended initial step of treatment for addicted person. Drug rehabilitation facilities and detox centers can help ease side effects of withdrawal and prepare patients for long-term recovery.

Here are the steps of Detoxification


Evaluation


Blood & other investigations are done to assess the physical parameters of the afflicted individual so that the extent of damage caused can be assessed. Psychological evaluation is done to assess the effect on the mind. During the course of detox underlying ailments like Diabetes, Hypertension, and Cirrhosis etc. can come to the fore. Likewise any underlying psychiatric ailments can surface (Dual Diagnosis- an underlying psychiatric ailment with Addiction to Substance) for which detailed psychiatric evaluation is also conducted.

Stabilization


Here the patient is helped with IV fluids and mild sedatives or medications to reduce the severity of the withdrawals and prevent life threatening symptoms from developing.

Enabling Rehabilitation

Readying the patient for the actual rehabilitation process – in house treatment programs in which various Counseling therapies and other alternative therapies like Meditation are utilised to enable the Afflicted individual to see and live life beyond Substance usage.

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