Divine Detox Is Offering Treatment For Fentanyl And Meth Detox In Southern California
Simi Valley, California -
Divine Detox, a luxury addiction treatment center in Southern California, is raising awareness about the need for and the methods currently available for detox from two of the most difficult and dangerous substances to get addicted to – fentanyl and meth. The addiction and rehab center says that it has perfected the treatment methods for detox from both and that it also has ways to mitigate nausea that accompanies the detox process.
Fentanyl is a synthetic opioid analgesic that is many times more potent than heroin and a hundred times more powerful than morphine. Clinically, it is used to treat extreme short-term pain typically related to post-surgery or a serious injury. However, as it has made its way to the country’s drug users, it has morphed into a dangerous source of addiction that caused almost 30,000 overdose deaths in 2017.
Fentanyl detox is one of the first steps to kicking the addiction. It involves the use of medication to stabilize fentanyl withdrawal symptoms such as anxiety, body and muscle pains, goosebumps, hot and cold chills, intense craving, intense sweating, insomnia, runny nose, and shaking. It is very difficult to quit the drug cold turkey as the withdrawal symptoms can be quite severe and may require medical intervention. During detox, the supervising medical professionals will replace fentanyl with another drug such as suboxone, methadone, or buprenorphine. They are all FDA-approved treatments for relieving fentanyl withdrawal symptoms and reducing the intense cravings that accompany withdrawal.
Meth has also been a nefarious fixture in the list of substances that Americans have been addicted to in great numbers for the last few decades. 7% of all American adults and 36% of all drug users regularly use methamphetamines. Meth is a psychostimulant with abuse potential. Those overdosing on meth show symptoms such as chest pain, irregular, fast, or slow heartbeat, convulsions, elevated body temperature, hallucinations, and trouble breathing. Meth is particularly dangerous when consumed in conjunction with other substances such as alcohol and fentanyl.
Divine Detox says that there is a common misconception that meth does not cause physical withdrawals and that weaning off it doesn’t require dedicated meth detox. However, it couldn’t be further from the truth, as over the first 24 hours of withdrawal, the person going through it can suffer from tremendous anxiety and paranoia that can make it very difficult for them to quit without clinical supervision to assuage the symptoms.
A spokesperson for the luxury South California addiction treatment center talks about the detox process from the two substances by saying, “The dedicated clinicians at Divine Detox have demonstrated fundamental excellence at easing clients through the most difficult and most desperately needed detox options - fentanyl and meth. Although the spread of deadly fentanyl and its analogs has made mainstream headlines, a parallel awareness of the availability of top detox options has not followed suit. Divine Detox uses medication-assisted treatment for fentanyl detox where applicable to make sure the withdrawal process is as safe and comfortable for clients as possible. We also offer effective and lasting meth detox treatments and recovery guidance. Our dedicated admissions team invites you to reach out to us any time of day or night to find out more about our exceptional services, luxurious facilities, and caring environment.”
The staff at Divine Detox has also published a blog post on its website that guides those suffering from substance abuse on the best ways to deal with nausea during detox. The blog post says that nausea from detox is a result of the stomach not being used to taking in the right nutrients. Nausea from detox is accompanied by other symptoms such as anxiety, poor concentration, restlessness, mood swings, and increased sensitivity to sound and light. The staff at Divine Detox has repeatedly demonstrated its effective techniques for helping those going through withdrawal with their nausea symptoms and is sharing the knowledge more widely on its blog to benefit those that need help the most.
Divine Detox is located at 1856 Deodora St, Simi Valley, CA 93065, and it can be contacted at the phone number (818) 938-2177.
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1856 Deodora St
Simi Valley, CA 93065