Drug Detox In Costa Mesa For Men’s
Mahalo Detox for Men’s program is part of the gender specific treatment for AKUA Mind and Body located in Orange County, California. Detox treatment is necessary for clients to rid their bodies of alcohol or drugs before they can fully enter an integrative treatment program for their substance addiction. Mahalo Men’s detoxification has locations specifically in Costa Mesa and welcomes all clients in the surrounding Orange County areas.
What is Detoxification?
Detoxification is the elimination of any drugs or alcohol from the body under a controlled setting in order to ease the symptoms of withdrawal. Withdrawal from alcohol and benzodiazepines can be life-threatening and withdrawal from opioids can be incredibly painful, therefore many treatment centers will administer medications to the client to help ease the side effects of withdrawal. Costa Mesa alcohol and drug detoxification is the first step in treating an individual with a substance abuse disorder and depending on the specific drug of abuse and the length of duration of use, the detoxification process can last a couple of days to a couple of weeks.
Is there an alcohol detox near me?
AKUA Mind and Body offers programs for men’s detoxification in Costa Mesa for individuals who are struggling with an alcohol abuse disorder. AKUA Mind and Body is known for having a top of the line alcohol detox orange county program that serves clients in all over the Orange County area.
Is there a Drug Detox for Men near me?
Whether you are struggling with prescription benzodiazepine abuse, methamphetamine abuse, marijuana abuse or opioid abuse in Costa Mesa; AKUA Mind and Body offers a men’s detox program for drug detox in Costa Mesa and invites clients who reside in all part of Orange County.
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Why Mahalo Detox for Men’s Program?
Gender specific treatment involves treating females and males in a different setting in order to remove some of the distractions and barriers that may arise from being around members of the opposite sex. It also allows clients to feel more comfortable and focused as they go through detoxification around peers of the same gender. In many cases, individual barriers to recovery are gender-specific and therefore men and women have very different feelings about seeking treatment, how their disorders affect their body and stigma associated with their barriers to treatment.
Medication given during detoxification
For opioid addictions including heroin, there are three medications that are approved by the FDA:
For alcohol addictions, individuals will often be given the following FDA-approved medications:
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