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Drug Detox Services in Fort Lauderdale

Going through detox from prescription or designer drugs alone is often dangerous. If you’re ready to make this first move in substance use recovery, Sunrise Detox will assist you with medically supervised drug detox services in Fort Lauderdale. Our clinicians monitor your condition and administer detox treatments that make detox as smooth as possible. And from the moment you get here, we customize your care to provide the greatest chance at a successful detox.

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Why Seek Inpatient Drug Detox in Fort Lauderdale?

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Addiction to designer or prescription drugs negatively affects all facets of your life. But no one should attempt to overcome drug detox on your own. The withdrawal symptoms your body experiences while attempting to quit using drugs may make you sick or even lead to death. You may be faced with any of several symptoms, such as

  • Fatigue
  • Sweating
  • Insomnia
  • Muscle aches or pain
  • Irritability
  • Anxiety
  • Depression
  • Nausea and vomiting
  • Confusion
  • Trembling or tremors
  • Seizures

Thankfully, you won’t need to do this by yourself. Sunrise Detox is your source for inpatient drug detox services in Fort Lauderdale at this first step of recovery. At Sunrise, you’ll live in our residential detox facility and benefit from round-the-clock care by our trained staff. They closely watch over your vitals and use evidence-based treatments to keep you out of danger and as calm as possible.

 

Drug Addiction Recovery Starts Here

Addiction to prescription, designer, and other types of drugs is known to wreak havoc on all facets of your life. Sunrise Detox is able to help you detox from the following drugs and help you progress toward recovery:

  • Cocaine
  • Fentanyl
  • Heroin
  • Methadone
  • Oxycodone
  • Percocet
  • Vicodin
  • Benzodiazepine
  • Roxicodone
  • Codeine
  • Hydrocodone
  • OxyContin
  • Amphetamines
  • Xanax
  • Klonopin
  • Valium
  • Ativan
  • Prescription drugs
  • Narcotics

A Tailored Approach To Drug Detox in Fort Lauderdale

Sunrise Detox Fort Lauderdale understands that personalized treatment from the start provides the basis for long-term recovery. We treat you as a person who deserves compassion and courtesy. With constant contact, we follow up with you regularly to determine your condition and discomfort level. We are able to modify your detox when required to provide more comfort or address various co-occurring disorders. We can then work together to create an aftercare treatment designed for achieving long-term sobriety.

 

What You Should Expect From Drug Detox At Sunrise

Your individualized detox plan begins with a thorough evaluation to examine your medical history, the scope of your drug use, what drugs might be in your body, and other pertinent details that will help us care for you. All of this information goes into your individual care plan that our medical professionals use to provide the highest level of care we can.

Most people take five to seven days to detox from drugs, but it could need a bit longer to totally taper from some substances. At Sunrise, detox begins with plenty of rest while your body starts flushing out toxins. Once it’s safe, we’ll give you medications, such as Suboxone, that help you taper off from addictive drugs and lessen withdrawal symptoms. Our objective is to keep you comfortable while you detox and get you ready to receive additional substance use therapy whenever detox is finished.

 

Proper Use Of Suboxone Treatment in Fort Lauderdale

Suboxone is a beneficial medication for drug detox, but you might be cautious to try it if you’ve gone through an unpleasant incident previously. Sunrise Detox takes special care in how we dispense Suboxone in your drug detox:

  • We never treat with Suboxone too early in detox as it can force your body into overwhelming withdrawal
  • We begin with a trial dose to find out how you respond.
  • As your detox advances, we taper you from Suboxone to avoid dependency.
  • When your body responds in a negative fashion to Suboxone, we’ll make adjustments or go to different methods.

Get Help With Drug Detox In Fort Lauderdale Today

If you or a family member require help detoxing from drugs or want additional information, contact (954) 869-9759 or submit the following form, and we will replay swiftly, 24 hours a day. All inquiries are free and held in confidence. Get help now.