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People start out drinking alcohol with purely good intentions. Let’s face it – most alcoholic drinks do not bear the best taste in the world. Many people who engage in moderate drinking feasts are part of a social drinking affair or merely trying to unwind in peace after a long day of errands. The rare group of alcohol drinkers includes people who take sweet drinks for the varied health benefits, such as the potent antioxidant effects of red wine.
The tipping point of alcohol drinking begins when individuals engage in binge drinking after the mind develops an affinity for alcohol. The downside is that alcohol has severe long-term consequences that make one susceptible to many health risks. It is best to detox your system at rehabilitation centers in Newport Beach when you feel as though you are the tipping point to an uncontrollable addiction.
Alcohol detox in Newport beach is the process of ridding your body of any abused substances. It is best to have a medical detox for assurance that your body is entirely free of toxins. The following is a breakdown of the full detox and addiction treatment in Newport Beach.
The last intake
People with an intense and avid drinking problem may be aware of the fast withdrawal process. The body can quickly start to react and shut down within a span of two to eight hours. The total amount of time depends on several factors, including the following:
- Frequency of drinking
- Amount of drink
- The healthy eating habit
- Presence of other drugs and medications
The first detox stage will typically have the following symptoms:
- Sleeping problems
- Mood swings
- Appetite loss
- Trouble concentrating
This phase is typical among people who try to detox at home without proper medical support. The signs of the detox look like an intense phase of the first withdrawal phase, such as:
- Gastrointestinal distress
- Visual or audio impairment
Secondary withdrawal signs
The signs begin between 36 and 72 hours after the last drink. They are a compound effect of not treating the initial symptoms. An untreated delirium tremens stage typically leads to long-term chronic effects known as a wet brain, which manifests as the following:
- Erratic mood swings
- Body tremors
- Motor function loss
- Difficulty in stable memory
- Troublesome communication
We have a safe detox program that will address all initial withdrawal symptoms to curb fatal health impairment developments. The smooth and comfortable detox process ensures your body has the right support for blood pressure, oxygen supply, heart rate, and overall function. We help prevent one from sinking into more profound and undoable side effects of a DIY detox.
Our Newport Beach drug and alcohol rehab doctors are well-versed with the detox of many different drugs, such as cocaine, marijuana, sedatives, and opiates. The medical detox is best for professional therapy to bring back a person’s vibrant health of the mind, body, and spirit. We do not stop at the detox stage but instead offer additional support for a healthy nutritional program.
Are you ready to start your detox at Newport Beach rehabs? Please do not quit the drug without contacting us for more information on our full rehab process. The addiction treatment center in Newport Beach is directly reachable via 1-855-316-8740 for temporary admission by an accredited treatment professional.