Addiction Topic Keyword: Alcohol Addiction Detox (p. 1 of 1)

  • Potentially Dangerous Drug Detox Side Effects

    Potentially Dangerous Drug Detox Side Effects

    Drug detox is often the first step in addiction treatment. According to the NIDA, "Patients should be encouraged to continue drug treatment following detoxification" as, without attending addiction treatment afterward, a patient could be in danger of relapse and other issues. This is only one of the potentially dangerous drug detox side effects.
    Relapse and Overdose An individual does...

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  • What is Drug and Alcohol Detox?

    What is Drug and Alcohol Detox?

    Detoxification (detox) is the process of removing toxic substances that have accumulated throughout the body during the duration of substance abuse. When a person decides to quit drinking or using drugs, detoxification is often a step they have to take if their habitual use has led to addiction. Fear of detox is one of the reasons many people are reluctant to seek help for their addiction, some...

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