Alcohol Detox

Escape From Addiction With Alcohol Detox

Though the general consumption of alcohol doesn’t necessarily impose immediate harm, more compulsive alcohol use is actually a classified medical condition. It’s what’s known as Alcohol Use Disorder, and can often require detox and support treatment like any other substance addiction. NA Addiction Clinic is known as the best alcohol detox center in Port Saint Lucie, Florida. We want to help you conquer your alcohol addiction, heal your body, and repair your social relationships that may have been harmed because of your substance abuse.

What Does Alcohol Addiction Look Like?

Alcohol addiction can sometimes be trickier to spot than you first think. It makes sense, cause it seems like everyone drinks these days! Statistics show that as many as 70% of people enjoy alcoholic beverages at any point during a year.

Does that pose a problem? Not necessarily. Alcohol addiction, or alcohol use disorder, is better characterized as someone who frequently drinks more than they intend, is unable to cut down even if they desire to, and experiences actual cravings for more alcohol. Even then, many individuals can lead normal jobs and remain gainfully employed, while becoming incredibly dependent on alcohol behind the scenes. With this in mind, other signs of disorder might be impaired relationships with family and friends as a result of your alcohol intake.

What Does Our Alcohol Detox Center Offer?

Alcohol detox symptoms can vary in severity depending on your level of addiction. Some may experience symptoms such as general discomfort and irritability. Those who drink heavily on a daily basis will need specialized care at our alcohol detox center, often requiring cross tolerant drugs as a substitute. Those who are going from extreme binge drinking to detox can actually run the risk for seizures, requiring round-the-clock monitoring to ensure that the patient remains safe and healthy.

In more mild cases, withdrawal symptoms tend to peak after 24 hours and will begin to subside after four or five days. Those with an extreme case of alcohol use disorder can experience symptoms for up to a month afterward. This makes it essential to acquire ongoing support even after the detox to ensure you don’t relapse.

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Ongoing Support for Alcohol Addiction

Alcohol is one of the most difficult substances to stay clean from due to its prevalence in so many situations. You might be used to socializing with friends who drink, and now you can’t. When you go to a restaurant with family, you’ll likely crave a drink. If you struggle with anxiety or depression, you’re used to having a drink to help with that.

Not only is it essential for your recovery to have ongoing support, but it’s important to identify underlying mental health issues that may have led you to a detox in the first place. Our team is here to help you work through these issues so that your recovery is long-term and successful. Feel free to contact us if you are looking for alcohol detox treatment in Port St Lucie, Florida.

Client & Peer Recommendations

You can always count on our team to provide you with the highest level of medical treatment care possible

“I know Dr. Jose Toledo's quality of care is unsurpassed anywhere. He has gone extra lengths to ensure the very best treatment is made available for those in need. I support his work highly.”

Dr. Randy Hansbrough

“The loving staff here stuck by me even after all the times I wanted to give up on myself. They saved my life, and I feel like I can't ever repay the care and support they gave me to pick myself back up again.”

John Taylor

“I had to send family here when we felt we had no other options to help him with his addiction. He needed a professional. Thanks to their assistance, he has been sober for over a year now, and looks happier and healthier than ever before.”

Jane Smith

“The facility is extremely warm and accommodating. I didn't realize how desperately I needed a quiet place to recover. I was surrounded by the warmest, kindest, caring people you could imagine that support you through everything.”