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Medical Detox

Medical DetoxToday’s advances in addiction recovery treatment have made medical detox a popular approach to initial recovery. Rather than quitting cold turkey, medical detox can help people slowly detox and recover from drugs and alcohol. Medical detox can ease withdrawal, replenish necessary vitamins and minerals, and make detox less painful no matter the addiction.  

At Northpoint Recovery, we believe in easing detox through medically assisted detox programs. Our medical detox programs help Idaho residents safely detox from drugs and alcohol with medications and nutritional supplements. To learn more about the benefits of medical detox at Northpoint Recovery, call us now at 888.296.8976 to find the right program for you or your loved one. 

What Is Medical Detox?

Medical detox uses medications, supplements, and clinical supervision to ease detox symptoms. Drug and alcohol detox can be physically, mentally, and emotionally painful. When drugs and alcohol leave the bloodstream, the brain believes it cannot survive without more. This is a normal response with a wide range of uncomfortable symptoms. For those who try to detox at home, initial withdrawal can be so painful they reuse and often overdose. 

Medical detox can ease pain and help rebalance electrolytes and essential vitamin levels to prevent health complications, reduce cravings, and help clients establish healthy habits. 

Benefits of Medical Detox for Addiction Recovery

Medical detox can help people feel more confident in early recovery. By easing symptoms and reducing mental health crises, medical detox can allow clients to focus on every aspect of recovery. They also provide therapists the opportunity to begin dual diagnosis treatment for co-occurring disorders like depression and anxiety. 

Choosing to enter a detox program can be overwhelming. But medically assisted detox offers numerous benefits, such as:

  • Balanced nutrition
  • Medical monitoring
  • Fewer symptoms
  • Better mood
  • Resilience
  • Shorter detox
  • Fewer health complications
  • Better sleep
  • Balanced hydration

At Northpoint Recovery, we help clients soothe withdrawal symptoms during detox. Electrolyte imbalances and dehydration can often exacerbate detox symptoms. Drugs and alcohol frequently cause malnutrition, worsening physical and mental withdrawal symptoms. Replenishing essential vitamins and minerals like B-12, Vitamin C, and amino acids can help ease drug cravings, mood swings, and insomnia. 

Medical detox can easily prevent and lessen withdrawal effects and other symptoms during detox. Northpoint Recovery’s holistic approach provides medication, meditation, yoga, exercise, nutrition supplementation, and traditional therapy during detox and recovery. Clients begin addiction therapy and dual diagnosis right away by managing detox symptoms. 

Our clinical staff provides medical detox that caters to each client’s co-occurring disorders and overall health with dual diagnosis treatment. Because no two addictions are the same, neither are their medical detoxes. 

Start Comprehensive Medical Detox in Idaho Today

Detox is only the beginning of recovery. If you or your loved ones struggle to detox at home, stop. Call us now to learn more about medical detox. Did you know your medical detox may be covered by insurance? At Northpoint Recovery, we believe in providing a range of care to help clients safely detox from drugs and alcohol. We know proper nutrition and medical monitoring are crucial to effective detox. By providing medical detox, our clients can focus on other aspects of recovery, like mental health, co-occurring disorders, and aftercare planning. 

With a three-phase recovery program, Northpoint Recovery can help you with every step of addiction recovery. Our inpatient programs help clients across Idaho recover. 

Call Northpoint Recovery Now for More Information on the Benefits of Medical Detox

Find out if medical detox is right for you or your loved one. Call us now at 888.296.8976 to learn more about our medical detox programs and enroll today.