Starting the road to recovery from addiction requires discipline and commitment. But most of all, it requires help.
Luxe Recovery is a world-class addiction treatment center in Los Angeles that will help you with alcohol and drug addictions as well as co-occurring mental health disorders.
What are the Different Types of Detox Programs Available?
The first step to overcoming drug and alcohol addiction is to admit that there’s a problem. Too many people who are in the midst of addiction think that they don’t have a problem. They don’t think that they’re addicts. They think that they can stop at any time.
But once they admit to themselves that they can’t stop, then they can move on to the next step in their drug rehab and that’s to detox. In the context of a rehab program, detoxification refers to clearing all illicit substances from a patient’s body.
In most cases, the detox process is an incredibly difficult and painful step but it’s often a crucial step in any treatment program for addiction.
Withdrawal poses a number of risks. Not only is it psychologically and physically draining, it can be fatal if done incorrectly. Even if a person doesn’t die, they can have seizure-like episodes.
Luxe Recovery is well aware of the dangers at this stage of substance abuse treatment so our medical detox procedures incorporate FDA-approved medication administered under the stringent supervision of medical professionals.
Doing so helps to ease painful and mentally taxing withdrawal symptoms to make this important step in the recovery journey a little easier.
Our alcohol detox program offers addicts a safe and structured place to navigate the withdrawal process. Our medical team closely monitors patients to minimize the physical and emotional side effects that come with alcohol withdrawal.
A treatment plan for drug addiction has to be nuanced as the detox process will have to be tailored to an addict’s drug of choice. Withdrawal symptoms for different types of drugs differ from one another.
Withdrawal from opioids can be different from withdrawal from stimulants.
Luxe Recovery’s Drug Detox program will evaluate a patient and craft an individualized detox plan for them that emphasizes their safety and comfort to lay a foundation for long-term recovery.
What to Expect in a Drug and Alcohol Detox Program?
As rewarding as it can be to break free from drug or alcohol addiction, the journey of getting there can be difficult and multifaceted.
Luxe Recovery helps to guide people along this complex path with structured, transparent treatment modalities to give patients the personalized treatment that they need to overcome their addiction.
The first stage of withdrawal can be one of the most difficult in recovery from drug and alcohol addiction.
Our team individualizes each treatment program to manage a patient’s symptoms so they remain safe and comfortable while going through the difficult process of detox to make sure that the first steps toward sobriety are as easy as they possibly can be.
Diagnosing Other Issues
People who have an addiction to drugs or alcohol don’t just develop them out of the blue.
Oftentimes, there’s an underlying trigger that caused the addiction in the first place. Many people who have an addiction have mental health issues as well.
But being the trigger for an addiction isn’t the only way in which addiction and mental health are intertwined. Many addicts either exacerbate underlying mental health issues or develop them over the course of their addictions.
As part of the treatment services offered by Luxe Recovery, our team will integrate a holistic approach to diagnose and treat co-occurring mental illnesses to lay down a foundation for long-term recovery.
Moving to Inpatient Treatment
After a patient has undergone the initial detox and has been stabilized from it, they may be moved into a rehab center to undergo inpatient rehab.
In rehab, the foundation that was laid out is built upon and patients go through various addiction treatment programs to keep them from falling off the wagon.
The Residential Treatment Program at Luxe Recovery presents patients with an immersive environment where they don’t have to worry about their recovery being sidelined by external triggers.
Benefits of Inpatient Detox
Inpatient treatment at a detox center may seem daunting, but there are numerous benefits to attending the Residential Treatment Program at Luxe Recovery. These benefits include:
Every patient who enters inpatient treatment at Luxe Recovery will get a personalized treatment plan that is tailored to address their specific needs and their individual nuances.
Expert Medical Team
Our medical team monitors patients at all hours of the day to offer support through the detox process and ensure a smooth transition into a sober life.
At Luxe Recovery, it’s not just therapy and medication. We believe in a holistic approach to healing and offer recreational activities and nutritional plans to encourage not just recovery from addiction but complete wellness.
Comfort is vital to the recovery process. Luxe Recovery offers patients comfortable spaces and other amenities so they can rest and relax, allowing them to focus their energy on healing themselves.
Continuity of Care
Detox is just one step and enrolling in the Residential Treatment Program means that a patient can take the next steps seamlessly.
Luxe Recovery’s Intensive Outpatient Treatment (IOP) program also helps patients continue to receive care after they complete inpatient treatment.
For a number of reasons, some people may not want to publicize that they’ve received drug addiction treatment.
Luxe Recovery adheres to the highest standards of confidentiality and privacy so patients can focus on recovering without worrying about anyone getting into their business.
Get Help Now
The hardest part of addiction treatment is admitting that there’s a problem at all. It’s difficult for people who have a problem and know it to seek help. But being able to admit that there’s a problem and ask for help for it takes a special kind of strength.
If you’re an addict, understand that you have that strength. You are strong enough to seek help. Contact us now, and we’ll give you that help. We take most forms of insurance.