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If you or someone close to you is struggling with addiction, it might be time to consider a detox facility. Trying to overcome addiction cold turkey can be risky, leading to serious health complications and increasing the likelihood that you will relapse because of the discomfort.

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What Exactly is Detox?

Detox or detoxification is the first step in addiction recovery. It is the process by which you remove any remaining toxins from your body. As you abuse drugs and alcohol, compounds can remain in your system and build up over time. If you give your body enough time to flush the compounds between doses, you experience withdrawal symptoms. These are very unpleasant and, in some cases, pose serious health risks. That is why most people avoid the pain and discomfort of withdrawal by abusing more. But this means you have an increased build-up of toxins from those compounds in your body. At the best drug and alcohol detox center, you can initiate detox by moving forward through your withdrawal symptoms and allowing your body to get rid of those compounds once and for all. Reach out to Find Luxury Rehabs to review what drug detox program might fit your situation.

What Role Does Detox Play in Recovery?

A drug detox program is a requirement at any detox facility. You won’t be able to participate in a residential or outpatient program if you haven’t completed your detox because you have to be able to get clean before you can focus on identifying contributing factors to your addiction, learning trigger management, and applying healthy coping skills as an alternative to substance abuse. Let Find Luxury Rehabs help you pick a drug detox treatment that works.

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What are the Signs Someone May Need Detox?

There are many signs that you need to detox, but all of them relate to addiction. It can be tempting to try and detox on your own, especially if asking for help seems impossible, but it is much safer to find a detox facility in your area where you can be supported through what is arguably the most challenging part of your recovery. Signs you are ready for help with a drug detox program:


You experience severe mood changes like depression or irritability when you stop using drugs or drinking.


You struggle with physical withdrawal symptoms when you stop using, like headaches, sweating, vomiting, and nausea.


You start to feel sick or uncomfortable when you don't have a high dose of drugs or alcohol. Your tolerance is increasing. You need more of the same substance to feel any effect or just to feel normal.


You have uncontrollable urges to use more or drink more that you can't resist. Even though you know it has negative ramifications, you still can't seem to stop.


You've tried to quit before or reduce how much you use, and it hasn't worked.


You are starting to experience other medical issues because of drug and alcohol consumption, like hypertension, heart problems, liver disease, or diabetes.


If you are showing signs, let Find Luxury Rehabs connect you with a luxury detox facility in your area today.

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If you are showing signs, let Find Luxury Rehabs connect you with a luxury Detoxification specialized facility in your area today.

What Are the Most Common Symptoms of Drug Withdrawal?


GPT Nausea, Vomiting, Diarrhea, Insomnia, Anxiety, Increased body temperature, Muscle pain, Sweating, Chills, High blood pressure


Problems concentrating, Slowed physical abilities, Restlessness, Inability to feel pleasure, Depression, Anxiety, Increased appetite, Chills, Tremors, Muscle aches, Nerve pain


Mild to Moderate Symptoms: Anxiety, Irritability, Insomnia, Tremors (shakiness), Sweating, Headache, Nausea and vomiting, Loss of appetite. Severe Symptoms (Delirium Tremens - DTs): Severe confusion, Hallucinations (visual, auditory, or tactile), Seizures, High blood pressure, Rapid heart rate, Fever


Anxiety and panic attacks, Insomnia, Irritability and agitation, Sweating, Tremors, Muscle pain and stiffness, Headaches, Nausea and vomiting, Difficulty concentrating, Perceptual disturbances (e.g., feeling of motion, depersonalization), Seizures (in severe cases), Psychosis (in rare cases)


Muscle aches, Restlessness and agitation, Insomnia, Diarrhea, Vomiting, Cold flashes with goosebumps ("cold turkey"), Uncontrollable leg movements, Severe cravings, Anxiety and depression, Sweating

Xanax (Alprazolam)

Severe anxiety and panic attacks, Insomnia, Irritability, Tremors, Sweating, Difficulty concentrating, Headaches, Muscle pain and stiffness, Nausea and vomiting, Seizures (especially with abrupt cessation), Perceptual disturbances (e.g., feeling of motion, depersonalization)

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