Addiction Detox Tyler
Addiction Detox Tyler
When it’s time to reach out for alcohol or drug treatment and you are living in Tyler, Texas, or the surrounding East Texas Region there is a Nationally Recognized Alcohol & Drug Rehab that has helped thousands of residents recover from their substance-use-related problems. Summer Sky Treatment Center has been helping residents of Tyler, Texas, and the surrounding communities for over 36-years. Our Addiction Detoxification Facility and Inpatient Treatment Programs are available to help you or your loved one end an addiction. Summer Sky is one of the rehabs of choice for many people living in the East Texas Region. Addiction Detox is a critical treatment component of addiction rehab programs. Without detoxification, many people stay stuck in an endless cycle of repeated usage of addictive substances. Our addiction detox programs will help a person to become substance-free from addictive substances.
Why would a person need addiction detox?
Addiction by its very nature is a debilitating disorder that affects a person’s body, mind, and social relationships. The addiction detox process is an important aspect of helping people to become physically free from addictive substances. Many people experience withdrawal symptoms when they attempt to stop using either alcohol, prescription drugs, or other drugs. In some cases, an individual’s addiction will require medical detox before the individual can participate in other forms of therapy or addiction treatment services.
It is also imperative that if an individual plans to stop using an addictive substance that they understand that certain substances will create withdrawal symptoms once a person discontinues the usage of an addictive substance. Medical Detox is available to intervene upon the withdrawal syndrome to minimize the symptoms that normally present once a substance is stopped. People who attempt to stop using an addictive substance may find it difficult to stay stopped or may experience uncomfortable and dangerous symptoms of withdrawal shortly after abruptly stopping their usage. It is recommended that individuals consult with a medical detox facility to arrange detoxification services before stopping their usage of an addictive substance.
Common Withdrawal Symptoms
|Eating and sleep disturbances||Tremors||Sweating begins “fever”|
|Elevated Temperatures||Elevated Blood Pressures||Blood Sugar Changes|
|Sometimes Hallucinations||Agitation||Change in pulse rates|
|Convulsions or Seizures||Subtle or Obvious Shaking||Hyperreflexia|
|Hypertension||Insomnia||Vomiting or nausea|
|Lack of Appetite||Increased pupil size||Lacrimation (heavy tearing)|
|Hot or cold flashes||Alcohol or drug cravings||Abdominal Cramps|
Dangerous or Life Threating Withdrawal Symptoms
|Seizures||Delirium Tremens||Severe delirium trembling|
|dysregulation of body temperature||Elevated pulse, and blood pressures||Gastrointestinal (GI)
|Undetected Trauma||Infections & hypoglycemia||Hepatic Failure|
|Cardiomyopathy (dilation of the heart with
|Pancreatitis (inflammation of the pancreas)||Encephalopathy and (generalized impaired brain functioning).|
Note* Dangerous or life-threatening withdrawal symptoms may require additional care at a higher level of care depending on the situation. Medical detox facilities will ensure that the more dangerous withdrawal symptoms are managed to help prevent them from occurring during detox services. Occasionally referral to a higher level of care may be indicated or needed during medical detox.
Currently, alcohol withdrawal is misdiagnosed or unrecognized by many healthcare providers. Individuals and families must understand that the signs and symptoms of acute alcohol withdrawal can start around 6 to 24 hours after the individual takes his or her last drink of alcohol.
Most Common Alcohol Withdrawal Signs & Symptoms
|Agitation||Anorexia (lack of appetite)||Nausea|
|Vomiting||Tremor (shakiness)||Elevated heart rate|
|Increased blood pressure
|Impaired memory||Impaired judgment
|Increased sensitivity to sound|
|Increased sensitivity light||Increased sensitivity to tactile sensations||Hallucinations (auditory, visual, or tactile)|
|Delusions, usually of paranoid or persecutory
|Grand mal seizures||Hyperthermia (high fever)|
|Delirium with disorientation||Obvious trembling||Sweating|
Note** This is not a comprehensive list of all alcohol withdrawal signs & symptoms, however, it is a list of the most commonly observed symptoms that begin to surface 6 to 24 hours after a person stops drinking alcohol without medical detoxification interventions.
Summer Sky Medical Detox Programs
Summer Sky can help individuals living throughout Texas and residents of Tyler, Texas to become substance-free from alcohol, prescription drugs, and illegal substances. We understand the unique medical and psychological interventions that are required to help people to become alcohol or drug-free from substances. Detox is a favorable first step in treating a person with a substance use disorder. Sometimes people with different addictions to a substance will require the assistance of medical professionals to monitor for complications of other medical conditions while simultaneously utilizing the services of an addiction detox facility. Many people are drinking so much alcohol or using prescription drugs or illegal substances that when they attempt to stop using their substances, they experience the beginning stages of the withdrawal process. The withdrawal process for many people can be dangerous if the individual attempts to abruptly stop using an addictive substance on their own. Minimizing the risk associated with medical complications is always a high priority for an addiction detox facility.
Every individual reacts differently to the removal of substances from their body. Some experience mild to moderate withdrawal symptoms while others experience more severe withdrawal symptoms and require more medical intervention during the withdrawal process. Medical Detoxification Programs will begin the process with a screening process followed by a comprehensive assessment to help determine the exact protocol that is required to address an individual’s physical and psychological symptoms that will present once a person begins detoxification. It is always recommended that an individual contact an addiction detox facility before abruptly stopping their usage of addictive substances.
When it comes to an addiction an individual’s mind and mental status can easily become just as impaired as their physical body as a result of repeated usage of either alcohol or other addictive substances. An addiction can alter a person’s perception of reality to the point that it becomes difficult to differentiate the truth about their situation. They may struggle with minimizing the amounts of substance they are putting into their body or rationalize that it is ok for them to continue to use a substance even though they are experiencing physical and psychological problems. Denying that they have a problem is a psychological problem that is often experienced when confronted by a family member or a loved one. However, once a person makes up their mind that they need help for their alcohol or drug problem a medical detox program will help them begin the process of dealing with their psychological problems by removing the substance from their body.
Compulsive Desires to Ingest Substances
Many people that have become addicted to mood or mind-altering substances will describe that they experience an overwhelming desire or a compulsive desire to seek out the substance despite knowing that the usage is going to harm them physically or psychologically. They also describe that they experience cravings or intense desires to use the substance. This is repeated until they seek help for their problem. Some people experience physical cravings and psychological cravings while others experience both physical and psychological cravings especially when they are not under the influence of the substance. People with addictions often try to avoid uncomfortable cravings by keeping substances in their bodies to keep the craving process from emerging.
Addiction Rehab Programs
Summer Sky has multiple treatment programs to help people with addiction. By offering multiple addiction rehab programs with we give individuals and families more addiction treatment options to treat their addiction problems. Below is a list of some of the other addiction rehab programs we offer.
Summer Sky Addiction Treatment Program Options
- Medical Detoxification Program
- Medical Detoxification & Stabilization Program (Detox Now Program™)
- Inpatient Addiction Treatment Programs
- Residential Addiction Treatment Programs
- Partial Hospitalization Treatment Programs
- Intensive Outpatient Treatment Programs
- Fentanyl Addiction Treatment
- 30-Day Addiction Treatment Programs
- 60-Day Addiction Treatment Programs
- 90-Day Addiction Treatment Programs
- Summer Sky Relapse Prevention Track™ (For individuals with a history of relapse)
Summer Sky Treatment Center Additional Services
- Alcohol Detoxification Program
- Professional Interventions
- Equine Therapy
- Music Therapy
- GOGA Yoga (Baby Goat Yoga)
- Pet Therapy
- Access to Professional Gym & Personal Trainer (Fitness)
- R.O.P.E.S Challenge Course
- Family Program
About Summer Sky
Summer Sky is a licensed alcohol & substance use disorder treatment facility located in Stephenville, Texas. Summer Sky is accredited by The Joint Commission and has earned preferred provider status by many managed care health plans. Summer Sky is available to help you or your loved one with detox, inpatient treatment, residential treatment, partial hospitalization programs, and intensive outpatient treatment services. Our admissions department is available for any question you may have regarding treatment services 24-hours a day 7-days a week. We accept admissions 7-days a week and can help you arrange for admission into our treatment programs by reaching out to us at 1-888-857-8857.