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Luxury Medical Detox

Recover from active addiction through medical detox at a luxury facility 

The Ohana Addiction Treatment Center is a world-class alcohol and drug addiction treatment facility on the Big Island of Hawaii. Our medical detox program is specifically designed to help patients overcome the first steps of beating addiction while minimizing discomfort.
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What is Luxury medical detox?

Luxury medical detox is a program that provides a more luxurious and comfortable environment for individuals undergoing detox. Similar to regular medical detox, our process is performed under the supervision of medical professionals, who can provide support and medication to manage withdrawal symptoms and ensure the safety of the individual undergoing detox.

The goal of luxury medical detox is to make the detox experience as comfortable and stress-free as possible, while still providing medical supervision and support to ensure the safety and effectiveness of the detox process.

The Ohana offers a range of amenities and services, such as private rooms, gourmet meals, recreational activities, and access to spa services. All to support the goal of making your recovery process as painless as possible.

Detox can be a challenging and uncomfortable process. In some cases, detox can be a potentially life-threatening step in getting clean. As the body adjusts to life without the presence of substances, normal bodily function is weakened. Medical oversight is integral in making the process more tolerable and helping to prevent potentially serious complications.

What to expect during medical detox

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During the medical detox process, individuals may experience withdrawal symptoms such as nausea, vomiting, sweating, tremors, and anxiety. These symptoms can be managed with the use of medications, which are prescribed by a medical professional. The length of the detox process will vary depending on the substance and the individual.

Detox programs and detox centers are available to provide medical drug detox and alcohol detox. These centers offer a safe and controlled environment for individuals to go through the detox process. They typically provide 24-hour medical supervision, and may use medicines and therapies to alleviate withdrawal symptoms.

After detox, it is recommended that the individual receive further addiction treatment to address the underlying issues that led to the addiction. This may include therapy, counseling, and support groups to help them in their recovery. Detox drugs can help in the process of getting rid of toxins from the body and help the person feel more comfortable during the detox process.

how long does medical detox last for?

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The duration of a medical detox process can vary depending on several factors, including the substance being abused, the individual's level of physical dependence, and the type of treatment being received.

The detox process for opioid addiction can take up to a week or more, and the detoxification programs for opioid addiction typically involve the use of substitute drugs such as methadone, buprenorphine, and naltrexone to manage withdrawal symptoms and reduce cravings.

In general, the detox process typically lasts between 3-7 days, but it can last longer for some individuals. The detox process is only the first step in the substance abuse recovery process, and it is essential to receive ongoing therapy and support for long-term success. Detox center and medical center offers detox programs for drug and alcohol detox and can provide professional help for those struggling with addiction.

is medical detox safe

is medical detox safe
Medical detox is considered a safe and effective way for individuals to withdraw from addictive substances. The process is typically carried out under the supervision of a healthcare professional, such as a physician or nurse, at a detox center or medical center. This ensures that the individual's vital signs are closely monitored and that any potential health complications are addressed immediately.

During the medical detox process, medications may be prescribed to manage withdrawal symptoms, such as nausea, vomiting, sweating, tremors, and anxiety. These medications are carefully chosen to be safe for the individual and to minimize the severity of withdrawal symptoms.

WHEN is MEdical DETOX appropriate?

  • The patient is physically dependent on alcohol or drugs and are experiencing withdrawal symptoms when they try to stop using
  • The patient is unable to control their use of alcohol or drugs, even though it is causing problems in their life
  • The patient has tried to quit using alcohol or drugs on their own but have been unable to do so
  • The patient has a history of severe withdrawal symptoms or complications from detoxing
  • The patient has a co-occurring medical or mental health condition that requires medical supervision during detox

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Take the first step towards a healthier, happier life with Ohana's luxury medical detox program. Our state-of-the-art facility and compassionate staff provide the perfect setting for you to safely and comfortably detox from drugs and alcohol. Don't let addiction control your life any longer, call us today to learn more about how we can help you on the road to recovery.

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