Withdrawing Safely | How we do it

For some, their biggest fear is entering treatment. From “How sick will I get while withdrawing?” to “How long will it last?” we have heard it all – so let’s talk about it. 

Withdrawal management or ‘detox’ as it has been known is the process of abstaining from harmful substances to rid toxins in the bloodstream and managing the symptoms that come along with the process.

Our clinical approach has helped many have smooth transitions from withdrawing to focusing on their long-term recovery goals. 

Withdrawal from any substance can be uncomfortable, but with the team of support and trained professionals it does take the edge off of the experience,” says Vice President of Medical Operations Paige Ross. “As cliche as it sounds, most allow fear of being sick, prevent them from a life of living. I encourage you to take a chance, in a safe, medical monitored environment that will make you as comfortable as we possibly can.”

At Addiction Recovery Care we manage withdrawal symptoms by:

  • Assessing your individual needs since everyone has a different experience.  Withdrawal symptoms are different for each person and present in a variety of ways. 
  • Providing comfort medications to help with common withdrawal symptoms such as nausea, cramps, diarrhea, insomnia, dizziness, fatigue, and changes in vital signs.
  • Continuous monitoring from our medical team to ensure you remain as comfortable as possible.

Withdrawing from certain substances can involve a variety of treatment modalities. Hazel Hills in Bath County, Kentucky is an inpatient withdrawal management facility that is a leader in helping hundreds of people take the first step in their recovery journey. 

With 12 beds, registered nurses are available 24/7 to assist with healthcare needs, manage ongoing symptoms, and provide a safe place for you to safely withdrawal. 

“Using inpatient withdrawal management services allows 24 hour nursing care to care for both your anticipated and unexpected symptoms of withdrawal,” says Paige Ross about the importance in seeking medical treatment for the withdrawal process. “It allows access to medications in a monitored environment that will treat the often severe symptoms that one is experiencing. Individual, group and peer support is available to help build connection and sense of belonging with others who are experiencing similar situations.”

For more information about Hazel Hills or to have your questions answered about withdrawal management, call (888) 818-1434.