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Alcohol Detoxification


Quitting alcohol addiction can be difficult if you don't receive professional treatment. Some people mistakenly think that going cold turkey is easy, without realizing that it can have severe side effects and may even be life threatening. It’s a good idea to seek the help of an alcohol detoxification centre or a medical professional if you want to recover from this addiction. This way, you can receive the proper medical support as you detoxify, as well as the proper aftercare support necessary.

Common Withdrawal Symptoms

Withdrawal symptoms may occur when you suddenly stop drinking after prolonged, chronic, or continuous ingestion of alcohol. The symptoms can be mild to moderate, and even potentially life-threatening, making alcohol detoxification in a treatment facility crucial. You need medical attention even if you think that the symptoms are mild. Some of the common withdrawal symptoms include shaking, anxiety, sweating, headaches, vomiting and/or nausea, and insomnia, but you might also experience seizures, fever, hallucinations, high blood pressure, and irregular heartbeat. Withdrawal symptoms may also include suicidal thoughts and depression.

Underlying Health Conditions

Alcoholics often have existing medical conditions that affect recovery. It's important to check into a detox facility if you have infections, lung disease, a history of seizures, or lung disease. Going through alcohol detoxification in a professional treatment facility can help prevent these conditions from worsening or occurring.

Psychological Issues

Insecurities, feelings of sadness, and possible mental and psychological issues may have caused you to drink. Suddenly quitting when you have gotten so used to drinking to calm yourself can aggravate your craving for alcohol, and without proper care or guidance from a medical professional, your chances of relapsing are higher. Self-control can be difficult by yourself, and your withdrawal symptoms might cause you to act irrationally to the point that you might inflict harm on yourself and your loved ones.

You need to seek professional medical attention if you really want to stop drinking. If you're decided on helping yourself or you know someone who wants to stop drinking and recover from alcoholism, contact us here at One40. Treating addictive disorders is among our specialities. You can easily check into our facility without having to sit through a waiting list. Our dedicated and professional staff, multiple locations, and accreditation from BACP and CQC ensure the highest quality detox, rehabilitation, treatment, and aftercare programs for all our clients. Contact One40 now at 0800 511 8112 or 0203 151 1914.