Fairfield, California - USA (Solano County)
The first step in any drug treatment program is going through the detox (short for detoxification) stage. Anyone who has experienced detoxification (sometimes called withdrawal) from a drug or has seen a loved one go through this mentally and physically tormenting process knows how difficult it can be.
It can become even more difficult when a rehabilitation requires that a patient have already gone through the detox stage before coming to that facility. For some people, this can mean having to "sweat it out" at home because they cannot afford to enter a hospital for detox treatment, either because they have no health insurance or insurance does not cover this. Fortunately, there is a detox center in Fairfield, California, Frontier Treatment that can help a person accomplish this.
A detox center is designed to help a person through the agonies of detoxification. Detox brings on a number of physical symptoms, such as sweating, shaking (muscle tremors) nausea and vomiting, and severe muscle and abdominal cramps. In addition, the cravings for the addictive substance become stronger as the detox phase progresses; further, anxiety, depression, and extreme nervousness can also occur.
Frontier Treatment, the Fairfield, CA, detox center assists patients through the detox by providing palliative care as well as medications that can ease some of the physical and mental symptoms of detox. Once detox has been completed, the patient is ready to seek additional treatment for his addiction.
For more information on the type of treatment provided at Frontier Treatment detox center, you can log on to http://californiadrugtreatmentprograms.com/frontier-treatment.html or call 1-888-565-6401.
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