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Best Alcohol and Drug Addiction
Treatment Rehab

Need help choosing the best alcohol and drug addiction treatment rehab? Here’s how to find the addiction treatment program that’s right for you.

Drug addiction is a national epidemic. In 2016, more than 64,000 Americans died from drug overdoses alone. Factor in deaths due to indirect causes, such as heart disease and liver failure, and the number is easily well over 100,000. Drug and alcohol addiction cost the economy billions each year. The right drug and alcohol treatment program can save your life, improve your community, and help you regain a loving and trusting relationship with your family. Here’s everything you need to know to choose the best alcohol and drug treatment rehab for your needs.

Do I Need a Drug
or Alcoholism
Treatment Program?

One of the great tragedies of addiction is that it keeps itself going by convincing the addict to lie to themselves. Addicts live in a state of permanent denial, convinced that even the most maladaptive behavior is normal, or not related to the addiction. Addicts tell themselves they can quit using any time, or they lie to loved ones about their use so as not to be found out. This can be profoundly isolating. It also makes it easier for the addict to keep using, allowing the addiction to get much worse and much more out of control than it otherwise would.

So people who think their use of drugs or alcohol is under control, who mistakenly believe that legal drugs or drugs like marijuana aren’t addictive, or who think they can stop using any time must take a hard look at themselves. There’s no shame in seeking treatment for alcoholism or drug addiction if you need it. Ask yourself the following questions. If you answer yes to more than two, you probably need treatment. If you answer yes to more than four, you definitely need treatment:

How Long Does
Drug and Alcohol Detox Take?

<strong>How Long</strong> Does<br /> Drug and Alcohol Detox Take?

Detox is the process through with drugs or alcohol leave the body. It’s a necessary prerequisite to lasting recovery and sobriety. Sometimes referred to as withdrawal, detox is notoriously difficult, and is the most difficult part for most addicts of getting sober. Research shows that simply making it through detox without using again greatly increases the chances that a person will stay recovered and healthy.

This means that proper management of drug and alcohol detox is critical for lasting sobriety. At Future Now Detox, we offer clinically proven NAD IV infusions that support lasting, healthy sobriety and rapid detox.

How Long Does Drug and
Alcohol Detox Take?

Detox is the process through with drugs or alcohol leave the body. It’s a necessary prerequisite to lasting recovery and sobriety. Sometimes referred to as withdrawal, detox is notoriously difficult, and is the most difficult part for most addicts of getting sober. Research shows that simply making it through detox without using again greatly increases the chances that a person will stay recovered and healthy.

Detox can take anywhere from a few days to a few weeks, and requires complete and total sobriety. Using even once will restart the process. Symptoms usually peak at 3-5 days, after substances have completely exited the body. From there, symptoms typically slowly and steadily get better. Eventually, detox symptoms disappear altogether, making it much easier to avoid using.

At Future Now detox, we’re proud to offer clinically proven world-class NAD IV infusions. This approach to sobriety makes detox easier and more effective, increasing the chances of lasting and healthy sobriety. So what is this revolutionary addiction treatment?

Nicotinamide adenine dinucleotide (NAD) is a coenzyme located in every living cell. It’s vital for life and serves numerous functions, including supporting reactions in each cell. NAD also acts as a neurotransmitter, and supports the synthesis of other neurotransmitters.

When neurotransmitters don’t work well, neither does your brain. The result can be a range of maladies, including depression, anxiety, and addiction. Helping drugs function more effectively. Many pharmaceutical drugs work directly or indirectly on NAD. What this means is that changes in NAD change the way drugs work—including potentially addictive drugs.
So why does NAD have a role in addiction treatment? Simple. We know that NAD levels tend to be lower in addicts. This may be due to a genetic predisposition, and could even help explain why some people are more vulnerable to addiction than others. It may also be that addiction lowers NAD. When NAD levels are low, the brain can’t behave normally, and neither can the body. This might be a part of why addicts struggle with sound decision-making. Some may even use drugs as a way to compensate for the loss of NAD—even though those drugs further deplete NAD levels.
This creates a vicious cycle in which addicts use the very thing that’s harming them to avoid the pain of addiction. You already know that when you attempt to quit using, your body reacts with painful withdrawal. During detox, when the body is at its weakest, NAD levels can plummet even further. This makes detox more difficult than it needs to be.
By supplementing the body’s natural NAD supply, we offer safe and totally natural treatment that makes detox easier, less painful, and less difficult. Indeed, many addicts find that NAD treatment completely eliminates their desire to use alcohol or drugs.

Inpatient vs. Outpatient Treatment
Programs: How to Choose

Future Now Detox offers both inpatient and outpatient alcohol and drug addiction treatment, including our revolutionary in-home mobile detox. So which is the right choice for you? That depends on your needs

Inpatient treatment may be best if:

  • Your addiction is very severe, or you have relapsed before.
  • You have a stressful or unsupportive home environment that makes recovery difficult.
  • Your living situation is unstable.
  • You have a co-occurring mental or physical health disorder.
  • You need a break.
  • You want to be in a supportive community.
  • You need supportive care, including medical and nutritional support.

Outpatient treatment may be best if:

  • You can’t afford to take time off of work.
  • You don’t want to tell your employer about your addiction.
  • You have young children you need to care for.
  • Your addiction is relatively mild, and you’d like to try managing it with the help of an outpatient program.
  • You do not have any serious co-occurring medical or psychiatric conditions.
  • You have a stable and safe home environment, and the other people in your life do not abuse alcohol or drugs.
  • You are willing to seek additional care and support, including therapy, as needed.

Tips for Choosing
a Drug Treatment Program

Whether you choose inpatient or outpatient care, what matters most is that you select quality care. Before committing to any program, ask the following questions:

What to
Expect from

Drug or Alcohol
Rehab

Put simply, it’s not just about detox. Quality addiction treatment is about preparing you to lead a happy, meaningful life, free of alcohol and drugs, for the rest of your life. You should leave treatment feeling excited about the life that waits for you.

When you enter drug or alcohol rehab, the process always begins with detox, as covered above. During and after detox, the facility will work with you to help you:

  • Understand why you use. For example, do you have a history of trauma or a very stressful life?
  • Manage any underlying conditions, such as chronic pain or addiction.
  • Replace your addiction with healthier habits, such as exercise or meditation.
  • Repair broken relationships.
  • Find healthy ways to cope with stress.
  • Understand how addiction affects your body and mind.

Addiction as a Disease:
5 Key Facts

Addiction is a disease. You didn’t choose it. It’s not your fault. And you likely can’t control it on your own. That’s why you need treatment–not guilt, not denial, not avoidance. Still on the fence? If you’re struggling with addiction, here are five things you need to know about the disorder of addiction:

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