Drug and Alcohol Detox Orange County

Drug and Alcohol Detox Orange County

Sober Partners is a reputed treatment facility for drug and alcohol detox in Orange County with several positive reviews from alumni clients. Here is a list of different substances that require medical detox treatment:

Prescription opioids & heroin

Heroin is a Schedule I drug with no medical use, while other opioids belong to Schedule II controlled substances category. Drugs belonging to Schedule I and Schedule II controlled substances are not only highly addictive but have a higher potential for abuse and dependency. Opioids can bind to specific receptors in your brain, block feelings of pain, and produce euphoria and a sense of deep calm. Percocet, Vicodin, and OxyContin are some of the prescription narcotics that require medical detox. Medical detox at our drug rehab in Newport Beach, CA, can alleviate opioid withdrawal symptoms like muscle aches, spasms, insomnia, vomiting, abdominal cramps, diarrhea, etc., and prepare you for lasting sobriety.

  • Alcohol

Alcohol is one of the most addictive substances that require medical detox. It triggers the release of endorphins in the brain, the chemical responsible for pleasure, and depresses the central nervous system. Heavy alcohol drinkers can experience extreme withdrawal symptoms when they suddenly stop consuming it. Besides, quitting alcohol cold turkey can cause poor concentration, restlessness, irritability, anxiety, high fever, etc. In severe cases, the withdrawal symptoms can lead to life-threatening health consequences. Undergoing medical detoxification at one of our top-rated detox facilities in Newport Beach can help you overcome the alcohol withdrawal symptoms safely and attain a safe and sustainable recovery.

  • Benzodiazepines

Benzodiazepine is a Schedule IV drug, which depresses the central nervous system and counters anxiety and panic. Benzodiazepines increase the effect of gamma-aminobutyric acid in the brain and create a sense of calm. Like opioids and alcohol, the body develops a tolerance to Benzos over time, causing users to experience withdrawal symptoms when they quit the drug.

Some benzodiazepine withdrawal symptoms include headaches, anxiety, muscle spasms and tremors, restlessness, irritability, nausea and vomiting, sweating, and seizures. Some of the common benzos that need medical detox include Xanax, Valium, Klonopin, and Ativan. Our drug rehab in Orange County helps clients detox from these substances safely under the supervision of our skilled medical professionals and enables them to navigate the withdrawal symptoms safely.

  • Cocaine

Cocaine increases the production of the feel-good chemical dopamine in the brain. When individuals use cocaine for a long time, their body develops tolerance to the drug and its euphoric effects, and withdrawal symptoms arise the moment someone stops using cocaine. Joining one of the Newport beach drug and alcohol rehab centers can help reverse the chemical imbalances in your brain to its pre-addition state and reduce the intensity of the withdrawal symptoms.

Your search for the best treatment centers in Newport Beach ends here. Call us at 844-262-8701 to join Sober Partners, the #1 treatment center for drug and alcohol detox in Orange County. Recovery from addiction can seem daunting and unattainable. With proper support and care, you can get sober and attain improved physical and mental wellness, and we can help you get there. 

Drug and Alcohol Detox Orange County
Sober Partners
949-822-9878
Drug and Alcohol Detox Orange County
3419 Via Lido #241
Newport Beach CA 92663

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