Orlando Rehabs

  • What Does Alcohol Withdrawal Look Like When It Peaks Around 5 Days?
    on November 25, 2019 at 12:41 pm

    Early alcohol withdrawal brings a host of symptoms along with it, leading many people to give in and take a drink at these early stages of sobriety. It’s a constant danger zone because people naturally want to feel better when they’re sick. For non-alcoholics, it doesn’t make a lot of sense, but then they’re not experiencing flu-like symptoms when they cease drinking. When these symptoms hit, it’s actually very natural to be tempted to take a drink to make them go away. Alcohol, the demon, and culprit behind these symptoms, seems to be both the cause of the symptoms and […]

  • What Are Some Of The Lessons Learned After 28 Days In Rehab?
    on November 22, 2019 at 12:15 pm

    Let’s face it…..substance abuse recovery is hard. It’s grueling work, it’s emotionally exhausting, and it’s going to stretch you farther than anything you’ve previously done. It is, however, completely worth every uncomfortable step in the journey. Most drug addicts never make it to rehab–this fact alone is difficult to swallow, as millions of people quietly suffer in isolation. What many people in the throes of addiction don’t realize is that treatment is an option for just about anyone, and access to care doesn’t have to be contingent on work, medical, or financial circumstances. Once thought of as something only the […]

  • What Are the Most Common Inhalants Withdrawal Symptoms to Watch Out For?
    on November 21, 2019 at 12:23 pm

    If you have a problem with inhalants, household and industrial chemicals that contain unstable vapors or pressurized gases, which can be concentrated and breathed in through the nose or mouth to produce a euphoric high, you are not alone. According to a study published by the National Institute of Health, over 22 million people in America have admitted to abusing inhalants. Also, an estimated 750,000 Americans will start abusing these dangerous chemicals every year, according to the same study data. While opioids and other harder drugs have been taking center-stage for years, inhalant abuse represents an equally chronic and pervasive […]

  • How Can Anxiety and Alcohol Withdrawal Negatively Influence Each Other?
    on November 20, 2019 at 12:41 pm

    Recovery from addiction to alcohol can be a difficult process both mentally and physically. Alcohol has a depressive effect on the body and the mind. This means that alcohol causes brain function to slow down significantly. It even alters the way the body’s nerves and nervous system communicate with one another, essentially changing the actual chemistry of the body and the brain. Once the central nervous system becomes accustomed to the presence of alcohol, then it has to exert more effort to keep the brain aware and functioning and to keep the various nerves working effectively and communicating as much […]

  • How Does a Medical Detox Center Provide Alcohol Withdrawal Treatment?
    on November 18, 2019 at 12:01 pm

    As you contemplate putting down the bottle and getting help for your alcohol addiction, you need to invest some time understanding what obstacles you will be facing. Existing data makes it clear that the annual relapse rate for people with an alcohol addiction runs between 65% and 70%. These numbers are alarming. They point to the fact most people pursue recovery rather halfheartedly without a full understanding of what it’s going to take to arrest their addiction. One of the things we want you to consider is you will likely face some rather difficult times going through withdrawal. If you […]

  • Is Confusion a Serious Symptom of Alcohol Withdrawal?
    on November 15, 2019 at 12:21 pm

    If you have a problem with alcohol, you are not alone as more than 15 million Americans are struggling with an alcohol use disorder, according to a study published by globenewswire.com, one of the world’s largest newswire distribution networks. Even those who do not officially have an alcohol abuse disorder admit to binge drinking at least once per month, the study goes on to state. While more Americans are choosing to put alcohol abuse behind them, many are woefully unprepared for the severe withdrawal symptoms associated with detox. Although all of the withdrawal symptoms associated with alcohol cessation are taxing […]

  • Is Alcohol Withdrawal Brain Fog a Sign of Serious Illness?
    on November 12, 2019 at 12:01 pm

    Alcohol addiction causes disruption in body chemistry that affect both the body and the brain. When the alcohol is removed, your entire body will have to re-calibrate to function normally, without the chemical effects of alcohol. This process can often cause lingering brain fog and mental confusion that can sometimes be severe. However, over time, these symptoms disappear, and you will return to normal cognitive function. Here is a closer look at what happens to brain function during withdrawal and recovery from alcohol addiction. Effects of Alcohol Addiction on the Brain Chronic alcoholism affects the tissues throughout the body. When […]

  • What Is a Typical Stimulant Withdrawal Treatment to Manage Symptoms?
    on November 8, 2019 at 12:41 pm

    Drug users will claim that stimulants, both legal and illicit stimulants, are very useful substances. In fact, there are some prescription medications that are very useful in the treatment of conditions like Attention-Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder (ADHD). While that might be true, most stimulants have one very destructive characteristic, they are highly addictive. For several decades now, the nation has been dealing with a methamphetamine abuse epidemic. There have been a great number of otherwise healthy Americans who have fallen victim to said substance. There’s also been a drastic increase in the abuse of the aforementioned prescription medications. We point this […]

  • What Are Some Unusual Withdrawal Symptoms from Stimulants?
    on September 20, 2019 at 11:55 am

    Stimulants are a type of substances that create a state of heightened energy and alertness in an individual. They are called stimulants because they stimulate the functions of your body’s sympathetic system, causing immediate changes such as dilated pupils, heightened blood pressure and increased heart rate and body temperature. They often also cause other immediate changes to how your body works that can lead to loss of appetite, nausea, disturbed sleep patterns, irritability, and even erratic or aggressive behavior. There are many stimulant substances available that are commonly used or abused and, in fact, stimulant use is on the rise […]

  • What Does a Typical Day Look Like at Just Believe Recovery?
    on September 16, 2019 at 11:54 am

    As a recovery treatment center for drug and alcohol abuse, Just Believe Recovery center provides a continuum of care that includes partial hospitalization programs, residential treatment, detox, and an outpatient program. Designed to provide each client with the highest quality of personalized treatment, every program is built around the unique needs of each resident. With a full staff of professionals and standard practices to aid in recovery, Just Believe Recovery structures their resident’s days in the best way to help them achieve sobriety. Through a comprehensive series of services and therapy, Just Believe allows residents to adjust to their new […]