When you’re addicted to alcohol, life can be a daily struggle. You put so much energy into holding things together, whether it’s your job, your family or both. In some cases, you may feel that all hope has been lost. No matter where you are in your life right now, Spring Gardens Recovery in Spring Hill, Florida provides hope that things will get better with our alcohol detox program.
WHY CHOOSE US
If you suffer from alcohol addiction, Spring Gardens Recovery in Spring Hill, Florida, can help. Our 7 to 10 day inpatient detox program focuses on treating the body, soul and mind through individual and group treatment. Our fully licensed staff also provides unique detox therapies such as:
- Clinical Therapy: Individual, Group & Family
- Holistic Modalities: Acupressure, Cupping & More
- Amino acid IV infusions
- Yoga Therapy
- Guided Meditation
Break the control that alcohol has over your life. Our proven detox methods can set the stage for your recovery. Call Spring Gardens Recovery today at 866-244-9556 to get started.
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“Spring Gardens Recovery is fully accredited by the Joint Commission and has received the gold seal of approval for outstanding quality in behavioral health care.”
Therapies and Amenities
Spring Gardens Recovery provides luxurious amenities in a peaceful Florida atmosphere in order to promote tranquility during the detoxification process.
Alcohol & Drug Detox
Medically Supervised Sauna
HOW DOES ALCOHOL DETOX WORK?
The word "detox" literally means the act of removing toxins from the body, including alcohol. Most people relate it to withdrawal because this process still occurs during alcohol detox. The difference, however, is that people in professional detox programs receive medical help. Receiving professional detox services ensure that they're safe during the withdrawal process.
During detox, most people suffer withdrawal symptoms to some degree. The severity of these symptoms varies, depending on how much and how long they drank. These symptoms may include confusion, hallucinations, seizures and shaking.
Alcohol withdrawal symptoms usually start within five to 10 hours after the last drink. Shaking is often the first sign. In severe cases, hallucinations and seizures may occur during the first or second day. Most withdrawal symptoms peak around 3-5 days and then begin to taper off.
ALCOHOL DETOX METHODS
People struggling with alcohol addiction typically have two medical detox options. Medical experts generally recommend inpatient detox because it removes individuals from outside influences. Inpatient detox also gives them a safe and relaxing environment while their bodies go through a stressful process. It's most beneficial for people with severe addiction, as they have a higher risk for withdrawal complications.
Outpatient detox is an option that allows people to receive medical help while they still live at home. The patients travel to detox centers for treatment several times a week or daily. This detox method is ideal for people with mild addictions and low risks for withdrawal complications. In general, however, most individuals experience greater benefits from an inpatient detox program.
How long each detox program lasts depends on how long the patients experience withdrawal symptoms. On average, however, alcohol detox programs last about 7 to 10 days.