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Three of the Most Common Dangers of “At-Home” Detox

Dec 24, 2022 | Rehab

The detoxification phase is one of the most important parts of addiction recovery – frankly, this is the first, and this is the “make or break” stage since this is where it all starts.

Here at Taylor Recovery, we offer our own Medical Detox developed with our patient’s well-being in mind. We wanted to give them the necessary medical care while letting them work on their addiction triggers and whatnot.

While some people opt for “at-home” detoxes, we can’t emphasize enough how dangerous this is. This is especially true if this is your first time going through the detoxification phase.

In this article, we’re going to share three of the most common dangers of “at-home” detox.

  1. They can struggle with their mental well-being.

Those who suddenly pull back from drugs will experience a sense of panic, exhaustion, depression, and even frustration. Plus, various mental health conditions might co-occur with substance use disorder, so this is such a vulnerable time in a person’s life.

For these reasons, it’s best to understand that medical attention could be necessary. You might be putting yourself and those around you in danger if you choose to do an “at-home” detox.

  1. They have a higher chance of suffering from a relapse.

If there’s one of the most significant risks associated with “at-home” detox, then this is the possibility of suffering from a relapse. Due to the discomfort of the withdrawal symptoms a person might be feeling, it could be overwhelming and sometimes impossible to resist using more substances when you do this at home.

So this is never really advisable.

  1. They could have the possibility of overdosing.

Lastly, you will develop a high tolerance for drugs after using them for a long time. Although, after going through a period of being substance-free, then your tolerance will decrease. So once you relapse, then you might be more likely to overdose because of this shift in your system.

These are things that we’re trying to avoid at Taylor Recovery and know that this can be avoided if you go through the detoxification phase at a trusted rehabilitation center.

Know that our team at Taylor Recovery is with you each step of the way, and we will help you safely transition from addiction to addiction recovery. We have your back – that’s for sure.

So what’s stopping you from living your best sober life today?

Call us today at Taylor Recovery for more information.