We know that with addiction comes many questions, and rightfully so. This disease is one that is complex and challenging for everyone it impacts. We encourage you to reach out to our admissions coordinators with any and all questions you may have. In the meantime, you can find answers to some of the most frequently asked questions we receive right here.
What Are The Side Effects of Alcohol and Drug Detox?
The side effects of alcohol and drug detox depend on how long an individual has been using, the frequency of use, and what substance they have been misusing. However, common side effects of drug and alcohol detox may include the following:
- Mood Changes
- Body changes such as flu-like symptoms
- Cravings for drugs and/or alcohol
What Does Nashville Detox Do To Ease Withdrawal Symptoms?
Once a patient admits to Detox Nashville, a thorough assessment is done to determine which medications are most appropriate for an individual’s needs. Our facility provides 24-hour medical supervision to ensure a safe and comfortable detox process.
Do residents each have a private room?
Yes, all residents have their own rooms with a smart TV and internet and Wi-Fi access. En suite bathrooms are available with some bedrooms.
How long does drug and alcohol detox last?
Since Substance Use Disorder and addiction is not a one-size-fits-all approach, detox is not either. In most cases, a drug and alcohol detox can happen within 7 to 10 days, however, it depends on a number of factors that include substances used, frequency, and duration of use. While in detox, our staff works to develop an aftercare plan to help ensure sustained sobriety long after the detox is over.
How much does detox cost?
At Detox Nashville, we accept most major insurance plans and work with individuals to help get the proper care needed. To learn more about costs of our program, reach out to one of our admissions representatives.
Do Not Wait Any Longer. Get Help Right Now at Detox Nashville.
Detox Nashville is a premier leader in the provision of addiction treatment services. If you or someone you love is in need of professional care to address a substance use disorder, contact us today to speak with an admissions specialist who can get you started on the road to recovery, or fill out the contact form below.