Detox Centre in Toronto


At Addiction Rehab Toronto, clients are placed under the care of a doctor who makes sure they are safe and cared for during their time of withdrawal.

At Addiction Rehab Toronto, clients are placed under the care of a doctor who makes sure they are safe and cared for during their time of withdrawal. 

Like all its other treatment programs, the care provided during its detox program is designed to meet the needs of the individual. Some people need to be shown modest lifestyle changes to help ease their distress; others require continuous monitoring to protect them from life-threatening complications, such as suicidal thoughts or dehydration.

Addiction Rehab Toronto’s supervised detox center is the safest place for an individual to detox from substance abuse as it keeps them protected and lessens the likelihood of setback.

Addiction Rehab Toronto (https://addictionrehabtoronto.ca/contact-us/) cares about its client’s health and safety and teaches them how to deal with their emotional symptoms.  They also provide them with the ability to transition into the addiction treatment program so that they can further prepare for recovery. 

What is Addiction?

Drug and alcohol addiction usually happens gradually.  Over time, an individual starts using a substance more frequently and they eventually become more dependent upon it. Eventually, their body becomes so accustomed to the substance that they both physically and psychologically depend upon it for survival. 

What is Detox?

Usually, the individual’s first step toward recovery is deciding they need help.  Sometimes, recovery begins with detoxification or detox.  When the addicted individual stops using the substance to which they’re addicted, their body experiences withdrawal.  Detox is the process of supervising and caring for them while the substances leave their body. 

How Long Does Detox Take?

Detox length and severity varies depending on the type of substance to which the individual was addicted, the level of abuse, and the person’s unique nature.  Generally, detox ranges from several days to two weeks. 

When symptoms begin it depends on when the person last used substances, so it could be as early as a couple hours or even a few days and there are physical, as well as emotional symptoms, too. 

What Happens During Detox

When the body is denied what it wants, it directs physical signals to the individual to make them aware.  When we’re hungry, our stomach growls, and when we’re dehydrated, we get thirsty.  For people with addictions, their body sends nasty withdrawal symptoms, which include:

•    heightened pain sensation
•    irritability
•    emotional volatility
•    nervousness
•    vomiting
•    diarrhea
•    rashes
•    depression
•    agitation
•    insomnia
•    sweating
•    weakness
•    cravings
•    headaches and body aches
•    increased or lack of appetite
•    suicidal thoughts
•    uncontrollable shaking

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At Addiction Rehab Toronto, clients are placed under the care of a doctor who makes sure they are safe and cared for during their time of withdrawal.

Contact Information

Addiction Rehab Toronto

4 Warrendale Court Etobicoke, ON M9V 1P9
ON
M9V 1P9
Canada
Phone : 1 855-787-2424
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Dec 21, 2016