Detoxification is the first step in the long-term treatment of addiction
Detoxification is the first step in the treatment of opioid addiction and is a very
important procedure in preventing recurrence due to physical crises. Detoxification
procedures include pharmacotherapy to support the creation of long-term
abstinence from illicit opioid use. Method of detoxification helps the addict, i.e. the
body, to get rid of opioids in a faster and painless way.
Treatment of opioid addicts by switching to substitution therapy with methadone,
subotex, buprenorphine has its drawbacks. It prolongs the treatment, and on the
other hand, they include the consumption of opioids, which increases the probability
of relapse and will not have a lasting result in the treatment.
Types of detoxification at our clinic
Taking into account that the liver is the main “laboratory” in our body, as well as a vital organ without which a person cannot live, its functioning is extremely important. Excessive alcohol consumption certainly affects the quality of liver function. The liver is responsible, among other things, for detoxifying the body, too. By detoxifying, we “help” it to process and eliminate numerous toxins and degradation products that harm our health.
Detox is performed through infusion solutions that the patient receives daily in the treatment that is intended for the treatment of alcohol addiction. Through infusion, the patient is administered vitamin complexes, amino acids and hepatoprotectors that accelerate liver function and help the release of toxins, as well as the elimination thereof from the body.
Withdrawal is a severe condition that occurs in addicts who have abruptly stopped consuming psychoactive substances. Withdrawal is an addict’s craving for PAS that arises as a result of acquired addiction.
The symptoms of withdrawal usually appear a few hours after stopping taking psychoactive substances.
Alcoholism is one of the most common addictive diseases of the 21st century. Like any addiction, this problem not only affects the addict, but also their