Florida Drug Detox Center

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Are you tired of your life revolving around drugs? If so, you can move forward past addiction with help from the treatment specialists at Summit Detox. We offer comprehensive, first-step care for all types of addictions at our Florida drug detox center. Regardless of how severe your addiction is, you can take the first step toward recovery today.

We provide first-rate facilities, a caring staff, and numerous options for helping you through detox. You have access to both medication-assisted treatment and holistic therapy that promotes wellness. To find out more about your treatment options or to get started, feel free to contact Summit Detox at our Florida drug detox center.

Drug Detox Center Treatment Services We Offer

There is nothing easy about detox. You may experience mild to severe withdrawal symptoms that bring pain or discomfort. Our Florida drug detox center is designed to help you manage your withdrawal symptoms and complete detox successfully. Some of the services we provide include:

Medical Attention

If you have a severe, long-term addiction to drugs, some withdrawal symptoms can be dangerous or life-threatening. For this reason, we provide a full medical staff that can give you immediate attention if you experience severe withdrawal symptoms. This is a safer alternative to detoxing on your own.

24/7 Monitoring

When you are going through detox, it’s good to know that you have support available when you need it. Summit Detox provides 24/7 monitoring at our drug detox center so that someone is always ready to help you at any time during your recovery. We monitor your progress and keep track of your withdrawal timeline.

Medication-Assisted Detox

We offer a medical detox program as needed to provide you with a safe and comfortable experience during detox. Medication is design to reduce the withdrawal symptoms or help you with your cravings. It can also help you if you experience severe symptoms, like delirium tremens.

Holistic Care

Holistic treatment will not make your withdrawal symptoms go away. However, it can provide you comfort and peace of mind during the first few days when withdrawal symptoms are at their worst. We offer holistic care such as massage therapy, mindfulness, yoga, and other activities.

Comfortable Facilities

The most important part of the detox is feeling like you are in a safe and comfortable environment. We provide comfortable facilities at our drug detox center with a warm and caring staff. You have everything you need to get through the toughest part of your recovery. We are here to help prepare you for rehab and aftercare.

What Can You Expect During Detox?

Once you enter detox, you may start experiencing withdrawal symptoms as early as 12 to 24 hours after your last drug use. The level of withdrawal symptoms you experience will depend on the nature and severity of your addiction. Most patient experience symptoms such as:

  • Anxiety or irritation
  • Insomnia
  • Nausea or abdominal pain
  • High blood pressure
  • Increased body temperature
  • Increased heart rate

You may also experience confusion, hallucinations, fever, seizures, or shaking. Symptoms may peak by the third to fifth day. Afterward, they will start to decrease, and you will begin to feel better. For this reason, it is vital that you get professional help when detoxing. Do not attempt to do it on your own if you have a long-term addiction to the drug.

Learn More About Our Florida Drug Detox Center

If you are ready to take the first step to recovery, then contact Summit Detox today. We offer a comprehensive drug detox center for all types of addictions, including the need for:

To find out more about your treatment options, call 866.341.0638. At Summit Detox, we are here to get you on the road to recovery.

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