Outpatient Detox Treatment in Orlando, Tampa, Lake Worth, West Palm Beach & Boca Raton

Global Detox has elevated the detox process to a new level of ease and comfort. Our staff cares about each one of our clients and does everything possible to make sure they are safe, secure, relaxed, happy and comfortable. Through our many years of professional experience, we know what it takes to eliminate drugs or alcohol from a person’s life.

Types of Detox Treatment Offered

Outpatient Detox treatment Orlando, Tampa, Lake Worth, West Palm Beach and Boca Raton: We offer a wide variety of outpatient detox treatment programs at our office in Palm Beach, Tampa, Orlando FL, aimed at helping our clients comfortably and successfully detox from outpatient alcohol detox and substance addiction. Listed below are some of the most common substances we treat on a regular basis, but this is by no means a complete list.

 - Alcohol
 - All Prescription Medications
 - Benzodiazepines
 - Methadone
 - Heroin
 - Cocaine
 - Crystal Meth
 - Morphine
 - Inhalants
 - Club Drugs
 - PCP

Suboxone Outpatient Alcohol Detox in Orlando, Tampa, Lake Worth, West Palm Beach and Boca Raton

Suboxone is a highly effective medication that we use to help reduce opiate addiction treeatment in Orlando, Tampa, Lake Worth, West Palm Beach and Boca Raton. Suboxone also helps ease any withdrawal symptoms and side effects. Suboxone is a medication containing buprenorphine and naloxone, combined in a single tablet.

Buprenorphine which has been used successfully as a treatment for heroin addiction and outpatient alcohol detox / outpatient detox treatment in Orlando, Tampa, Lake Worth, West Palm Beach and Boca Raton which works by acting on the brain’s opiate receptors to relieve withdrawal and cravings without prompting the same intense high or dangerous side effects as other opioids.

When combined with naloxone, buprenorphine’s abuse potential is further limited because people who try to inject it experience severe withdrawal symptoms. However, when Suboxone is taken orally, as prescribed, these adverse effects do not occur.

Outpatient Alcohol Detox Treatment in Orlando, Tampa, Lake Worth, West Palm Beach and Boca Raton

Outpatient alcohol detox treatment touches the lives of practically every family. Untreated and unmanaged, it can cause major life challenges for everyone affected. For the alcoholic, withdrawal can cause seizures, delusions, delirium and it can even be fatal.

We ensure the alcohol outpaitent detox treatment in Orlando, Tampa, Lake Worth, West Palm Beach and Boca Raton is performed effectively and comfortably. Although it may not be easy for all patients, we know the best methods for complete recovery and ensure that all of those we treat are comfortable in our facility.

Withdrawal begins the moment the client stops drinking. The detox process may seem impossible for some people; however, at Las Virgenes Behavioral Health and Medical Clinic we successfully address, and often prevent, the physical, emotional and psychological effects of detox.

Detoxification of alcohol is the first step of our alcohol outpaitent detox treatment program in Orlando, Tampa, Lake Worth, West Palm Beach and Boca Raton. Providing stability and perspective, our patients are then ready to actively participate in additional programs for total recovery.

Prescription Medication Detox 

Opiates – Detox

Opiates are prescription medications that are prescribed by a doctor to relieve physical pain. Opiates are often highly effective where other pain relievers fall short. They have helped millions of people deal with the painful symptoms of disease. However, opiates can also have negative side effects, and some people become dependent on them if they are not monitored during use.

When someone stops taking any opiate, withdrawal begins. The detox process from opiates should always be done under the care of a licensed medical professional familiar with the opiate detoxification process. Opiate detoxification can last 7 to 14 days.

Any opiate withdrawal effects are safely and properly managed using the drug Suboxone in Orlando, Tampa, Lake Worth, West Palm Beach and Boca Raton.

Benzodiazepines

Benzodiazepines are a separate classification of prescription medication. They are primarily prescribed for anti-anxiety or insomnia. Ativan and Xanax are two of the more common drugs in this classification.

Stopping Benzodiazepine without the proper medical supervision is dangerous and can cause severe withdrawal symptoms including seizures, delirium and even death. The moment someone stops taking a Benzodiazepine, withdrawal will begin.

Oxycodone – OxyContin, Percodan, Vicodin and Percocet

A well-known opioid is Oxycodone, the generic name for the drugs OxyContin, Percodan, and Percocet.

Opioids act by attaching to specific proteins called opioid receptors found in the brain, spinal cord, and gastrointestinal tract, and can effectively change the way a person experiences pain.
Additionally, opioids affect regions of the brain, including the nucleus acumen (a key structure in reward, motivation, and addiction), resulting in initial euphoria.
The high levels of Vicodin abuse may be linked to its widespread availability a fact that becomes even more troubling when considering the health risks of abusing hydrocodone and other prescription drugs.
mbien, Soma Detox Used by millions for insomnia, Ambien is a sedative, and also called a hypnotic. It affects chemicals in your brain that may have become unbalanced and caused sleep problems. This medication helps you to relax and fall asleep. Soma is used as a muscle relaxant. Unfortunately, they are both frequently abused. Although they belong to separate class of drugs the withdrawal symptoms are very similar to alcohol and benzodiazepines.

They are both frequently abused. And they belong to separate classes of drugs their withdrawal symptoms are very similar to Benzodiazepines.

Heroin Detox Treatment in Orlando, Tampa, Lake Worth, West Palm Beach and Boca Raton

Heroin is the most commonly abused opiate in the world. At any given time, there are 500,000 users in the U.S. alone. Illegal and highly addictive, this semi-synthetic drug can devastate lives. The good news is that addiction can be treated effectively.

Although Opiate withdrawal is usually not fatal, it is very uncomfortable. We ensure that detox goes smoothly by using Suboxone.

Cocaine – Methamphetamine Detox Trreatment in Orlando, Tampa, Lake Worth, West Palm Beach and Boca Raton

Cocaine and Methamphetamines are psychoactive stimulant drugs that increase alertness and energy. Abused in high doses, it can induce euphoria and enhance self-esteem. Its side effects, including nervousness, anxiety, paranoia and heart issues, are well known.

During intoxication, these drugs can be life threatening. While withdrawing from the drug, it is usually not life threatening, but toxic effects can still occur, including heart attack and stroke. These effects through withdrawal need to be managed. At Orlando, Tampa, Lake Worth, West Palm Beach and Boca Raton Behavioral Health and Medical Clinic, our process for cocaine and methamphetamine detox is symptomatic and highly effective.

Outpatient Alcohol Detox a Way to Live a Sober Life Effectively in Lake worth, Boca raton and Pompano beach

Alcohol is one of the most common abused substances all through the world. It can severely affect the mental and physical health of the addicted person, so, it's crucial to treat alcohol addiction effectively. We, at Global Detox, offer a significantly effective, successful and top quality outpatient alcohol detox at Lake Worth, Boca Raton, and Pompano Beach.

We understand that some patients of alcohol addiction need to overcome their addiction problem, but they do not have much time or they are unable to stop working to stay in the rehab center throughout the process. But in this case, you should not be worried; we have designed an exclusive program for such patients, which is outpatient alcohol detox.

If you or your loved one needs excellent help with alcohol addiction, Global Detox will be the best option you are looking for. In our outpatient alcohol detox, you do not need to stay at our rehab center; you only need to attend our sessions, for three times a week and only for a limited time.

Flexible Treatment Program:

Our alcohol detox treatment program provides you flexibility which you required for a treatment program, but its effectiveness will be unlimited.

Comfortable and Relaxed Environment:

With us, you will find a comfortable, reliable and successful outpatient alcohol detox which will help you to end your addiction forever.

Unique Treatment Program:

Our treatment program is designed in a way, which will effectively end your cycle of chemical dependency entirely and help you to live a sober life.

Safe and Reliable Detox:

We ensure that you will get a safe, secure and reliable outpatient alcohol detox with us under a supervised environment.

24/7 Availability:

We are available 24 hours a day and seven days a week for your valuable assistance. You can call us at any time and find adequate support at any time with us.

If you like to live a simple and healthy life, and want to overcome your alcohol addiction, then take the step and pick up the phone to call us for the most excellent assistance.

We provide medical as well as psychological recovery services for our clients. So call us now and find the most excellent outpatient alcohol detox at Lake Worth, Boca Raton, and Pompano Beach.

Global Detox begins his acclaimed drug and alcohol treatment with a process known as medical detox, which cleanses the body of addictive chemicals and toxins in a safe, comfortable manner. His innovative approach treats alcoholism and addiction as diseases of the body and mind. He’ll work tirelessly with you to identify root causes that created your alcoholism, and also methods of combating your normal triggers. In almost no time, you’ll have the tools and resources necessary to live a happy, productive life free from alcoholism. Couple Detox in Lake Worth, Palm Beach County, Broward & Dade County

Alcoholism Prvention in Lake Worth, Palm Beach County, Broward & Dade County

Alcoholism, also known as alcohol dependence, is a chronic disease in which your body becomes dependent on alcohol. When you have alcoholism, you lose control over your drinking. You may not be able to control when you drink, how much you drink, or how long you drink on each occasion. Couple Detox in Lake Worth, Palm Beach County, Broward & Dade County

Alcohol addiction, the physical dependence to alcohol occurs gradually. Over time, drinking too much changes the chemical balance in your brain associated with the pleasurable aspects of drinking alcohol. Excessive, long-term drinking can affect the balance of these chemicals, causing your body to crave alcohol to restore good feelings or to avoid negative feelings. Couple Detox in Lake Worth, Palm Beach County, Broward & Dade County

Alcoholism includes the following four symptoms:

 - Cravings, which is a strong urge or need to drink. Cravings for alcohol can be as strong as the need for food or water.
 - Loss of Control, which is not being able to stop drinking. An alcoholic will continue to drink despite serious family, health, or legal problems.
 - Physical dependence, which produces withdrawral syptoms such as sweating, shaking, nausea, and anxiety.

Tolerance, which is the need to drink more to get the same effect. Couple Detox in Lake Worth, Palm Beach County, Broward & Dade County

Research shows that the risk for developing alcoholism does indeed run in families. The genes a person inherits partially explain this pattern, but lifestyle is also a factor. Your social life and the people you socialize with, the amount of stress in your life, and how readily available alcohol is also are factors that may increase your risk for alcoholism.

Research shows us that alcohol abuse is rising. Around 1 out of 6 people in the United States have some degree of a problem with alcohol.
Researchers are working to discover the actual genes that put people at risk for alcoholism. Couple Detox in Lake Worth, Palm Beach County, Broward & Dade County

Symptoms of Alcoholism

There are many signs and symptoms related to drinking problems. Alcoholism is considered a progressive disease, meaning that the symptoms and effects of drinking alcohol become increasingly more severe over time. People who abuse alcohol may begin to show early signs of a problem. If they continue to drink, then the symptoms progress to showing severe warning signs of alcohol abuse, alcohol dependence or alcoholism.

This description of alcoholism helps us understand why most alcoholics can’t just “use a little willpower” to stop drinking. There is frequently a powerful craving for alcohol, a need that can feel as strong as the need for food, water and survival. Couple Detox in Lake Worth, Palm Beach County, Broward & Dade County

People who have alcoholism or alcohol abuse often experience:

 - Being unable to limit the amount of alcohol you drink
 - Feeling a strong need or compulsion to drink
 - Developing tolerance to alcohol so that you need an increasing amounts to feel its effects
 - Having legal problems or problems with relationships, employment or finances due to drinking
 - Drinking alone or in secret
 - Not remembering conversations or commitments, sometimes referred to as “blacking out”
 - Making a ritual of having drinks at certain times and becoming annoyed when this ritual is disturbed or questioned
 - Losing interest in activities and hobbies that used to bring you pleasure
 - Irritability when your usual drinking time nears, especially if alcohol isn’t available
 - Keeping alcohol in unlikely places at home, at work or in your car
 - Gulping drinks, ordering doubles, becoming intoxicated intentionally to feel good or drinking to feel “normal”
 - Experience personality changes and can become hostile or violent when drinking
 - Neglect physical appearance
 - Neglect to eat or eat poorly
 - Miss work or school or other commitments

Physical symptoms of alcohol dependence and alcoholism include:

 - Experiencing physical withdrawal symptoms — such as nausea, sweating and shaking — when you don’t drink
 - Memory lapses after heavy drinkingNeeding more and more alcohol to feel “drunk”
 - Alcohol-related illnesses such as alcoholic liver disease

Causes of Alcoholism

The National Council on Alcoholism and Drug Dependence states:
“Alcoholism is a primary chronic disease withgenetic, psychosocial and environmental factors influencing its development and manifestations. The disease is often progressive and fatal. It is characterized by impaired control over drinking, preoccupation with the drug…use of alcohol despite adverse consequences and distortions in thinking, mostly denial. Each of these symptoms may be continuous or episodic.”

The causes of Alcoholism are difficult to pinpoint. Alcohol abuse and alcoholism cut across gender, race, and nationality. In the United States, 17.6 million people–about l in every 12 adults–abuse alcohol or are alcohol dependent. In general, more men than women are alcohol dependent or have alcohol problems. And alcohol problems are highest among young adults ages 18-29 and lowest among adults ages 65 and older. We also know that people who start drinking at an early age–for example, at age 14 or younger–are at much higher risk of developing alcohol problems at some point in their lives compared to someone who starts drinking at age 21 or after. Couple Detox in Lake Worth, Palm Beach County, Broward & Dade County

 - Men are more likely to develop alcoholism. This is hardly surprising. In many cultures men drink more than women, much more.
 - As mentioned above another cause of alcohol addiction can be drinking regularly and above moderate drinking guidelines.
 - Over time alcohol will alter brain chemistry. Most importantly, when you drink your brain produces dopamine. Dopamine makes you feel good and unfortunately your body builds up a tolerance to dopamine so you need more and more alcohol to get that feeling of pleasure. The more you drink the more chance there is of developing alcohol dependence.
 - Research supports that alcoholism and genetics go hand in hand. Studies show that if you have a relative who is an alcoholic, there is more of a chance that you will have issues with drinking, too.
 - Alcohol is everywhere. Our society perpetuates the belief that drinking is fun, and perfectly ok. It is legal and socially acceptable and, sometimes, socially required.The pressure to drink can be huge.
 - An alcoholic personality displays such traits as perfectionism, an inability to cope with frustration , emotional immaturity and competitive in nature. Alcohol dependents are more likely to have problems communicating, feel socially inferior, a guilt complex, low self-esteem and depressive tendencies.
 - Quite often those who go on to develop alcoholism have difficulty fitting into social situations. They are not ‘group’ people and tend to feel that they somehow don’t belong and are different from other people. They use alcohol to feel more comfortable in social situations.
 - Genetics play a role in alcoholism and so does your environment. Growing up in a society/family/neighborhood where alcohol is everywhere is, of course, going to make it more likely that you will develop alcoholism.
 - Studies show that the younger you start drinking the more likely you are to develop dependency. If you start experimenting with alcohol as a teenager then you increase your chances of problems later in life.
 - Alcohol abuse is progressive. This means that alcoholism starts relatively innocently much like moderate drinking e.g. a few drinks at the weekend. Then it gradually worsens and progresses until the sufferer is a full-blown alcoholic. Couple Detox in Lake Worth, Palm Beach County, Broward & Dade County

Couple Detox Treatment of Alcoholism in Lake Worth, Palm Beach County, Broward & Dade County

Alcoholism can be treated and managed. Alcoholism treatment programs use both counseling and medications to help a person stop drinking. Treatment has helped many people stop drinking and rebuild their lives.

Patients receiving outpatient detoxification treatment usually are expected to travel to a treatment facility for treatment sessions.

Treatment for alcoholism may begin with a program of detoxification. You may need to take sedating medications to prevent shaking, confusion or hallucination (delirium tremens) or other withdrawal symptoms.
Oral medications. An alcohol-sensitizing drug called disulfiram (Antabuse) may help prevent you from drinking. Disulfiram won’t cure alcoholism, nor can it remove the compulsion to drink. But if you drink alcohol, the drug produces a physical reaction that includes flushing, nausea, vomiting and headaches. Naltrexone (ReVia), a drug long known to block the good feelings alcohol causes, reduces the urge to drink. Acamprosate (Campral) may help you combat alcohol cravings. Unlike disulfiram, naltrexone and acamprosate don’t make you feel sick soon after taking a drink. Couple Detox in Lake Worth, Palm Beach County, Broward & Dade County

Injected medication. Vivitrol, a version of the drug naltrexone, is injected once a month by a health care professional. Although similar medication can be taken in pill form, the injectable version of the drug may be easier for people recovering from alcohol dependence to use consistently. Couple Detox in Lake Worth, Palm Beach County, Broward & Dade County

Alcoholism sometimes occurs along with other mental health disorders. You may need psychological counseling (psychotherapy), medications, or other treatment for depression, anxiety or another mental health condition. Counseling and therapy for groups and individuals support recovery from the psychological aspects of alcoholism. You may benefit from couples or family therapy — family support can be an important part of the recovery process. Couple Detox in Lake Worth, Palm Beach County, Broward & Dade County

Learning skills and establishing a treatment plan. This usually involves alcohol-abuse specialists. It may include goal setting, behavior modification techniques, use of self-help manuals, counseling and follow-up care at a treatment center. Couple Detox in Lake Worth, Palm Beach County, Broward & Dade County 

Continuing support. Aftercare programs and support groups help people recovering from alcoholism or alcohol abuse to stop drinking, manage relapses and cope with necessary lifestyle changes. This may include medical or psychological care or attending a support group such as Alcoholics Anonymous.
Medical treatment for other conditions. Common medical problems related to alcoholism are high blood pressure, increased blood sugar, liver disease and heart disease. Couple Detox in Lake Worth, Palm Beach County, Broward & Dade County

Advantages of Outpatient Detoxification

For patients with mild-to-moderate alcohol withdrawal syndrome, characterized by symptoms such as hand tremor, perspiration, heart palpitation, restlessness, loss of appetite, nausea, and vomiting, outpatient detoxification is as safe and effective as inpatient detoxification and it is much less time consuming and costs less than inpatient couple detox in Delray Beach, West Palm, Boynton Beach, Boca Raton and South Florida. The patient can also continue to functionrelatively normally and maintain employment as well as family and social relationships.

In order to participate in outpatient couple detox and / or alcohol treatment, an individual must be ambulatory, have a low risk for withdrawal complications, and have a strong support system consisting of family members or significant others. Couple Detox in Lake Worth, Palm Beach County, Broward & Dade County


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