With our specialized, substance-specific approach, permanent recovery is possible.
Drug Detox Services in Austin, TX
Different substances lead to different side effects, warranting highly specialized methods of detox that address an individual’s specific concerns. Makana Path offers highly specialized medically-supervised detox for alcohol and opiates, as well as a range of other substances, including:
- Cocaine, meth and other stimulants.
- Ecstasy and other synthetic drugs.
- Marijuana and cannabis-containing substances.
Makana Path is licensed by the Texas Health and Human Services Commission to provide residential detoxification and intensive residential treatment.
WHAT TO EXPECT DURING DRUG DETOX
Addictive substances change the way the brain processes and manages emotions and interfere with the brain’s pleasure and reward centers, resulting in cravings and dependency. Once dependence forms, withdrawal symptoms will set in when the substance is removed. The severity and length of withdrawal depend on several factors, including:
- Severity of addiction.
- Type of substance used.
- Length of use.
- Method of use.
- Amount used.
- Physical and mental health.
- Family history.
Withdrawal from different types of substances, such as stimulants (cocaine), depressants (alcohol) and opioids (heroin), produces different side effects, requiring specialized approaches to detox. At Makana Path, we understand the physical and emotional challenges of detox, as well as substance-specific challenges, and create highly individualized detox plans that make the process as safe and comfortable as possible.
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RECOVERY FROM SUBSTANCE USE DISORDER IS POSSIBLE
If you’re ready to gain freedom from substance dependency, Makana Path is here to help. Our highly specialized, integrated detox programs can help you or someone you care about take the first step toward a lifetime of recovery. Contact us 24 hours a day, 7 days a week at 1-866-308-2418 to speak with an Admissions Counselor.
COMMON SYMPTOMS OF DRUG WITHDRAWAL
Quitting drugs or alcohol isn’t as simple as stopping substance use. In fact, quitting “cold turkey” can be dangerous. Different substances produce different withdrawal symptoms for varying lengths of time. Common withdrawal symptoms include:
- Nausea and vomiting.
- Loss of appetite.
- Increased heart rate.
- Body aches.
- Difficulty concentrating.
Withdrawal symptoms are different for everyone, but with a proper combination of medication and counseling, they can be overcome and recovery can begin.