Grand Blanc Township, MI Has Answers
Grand Blanc Township, Michigan is home to about 35,000 people. The city of Gran Blanc is located within the township. Unfortunately, drug addiction and alcoholism are also located within the township. These diseases overtake people, ruining lives and relationships daily. People who suffer from a substance abuse problem feel alone and hopeless. Fighting against an addiction is so hard that they believe there is no other way to live their life.
The truth is that there is a way to get back to living to happy and normal life. Going to rehab and learning how to live a life of sobriety is the most logical way. The only other two options to end your addiction are prison or death. It is not easy to complete rehab by any means. But it is possible.
The first and toughest step is to admit that you have a problem and that you need help. To do that, you can call us at (866)578-7471. We will then help you select a detox center and rehab facility. It takes a lot of courage to enter recovery treatment. We know that your friends and family do not understand what you are going through, but we do. Let us help you help yourself.
Is Detox Part of Rehab?
While the detoxification cycle is part of the recovery process, it is not necessarily part of rehab. Detoxing takes place before rehab. In detox, your body will flush itself free of all the harmful chemicals that you pumped into your body during your addiction. It is at this point that your body will try to break the physical dependence it has developed to the abused substances. Your body will go into shock trying to operate without drugs or alcohol. When that happens, withdrawal symptoms will occur.
How Bad Are Withdrawal Symptoms?
The most experienced withdrawal symptoms include puking, sweating, shaking, trouble sleeping and loss of appetite. Withdrawal symptoms may cause pain and discomfort. Because of that, the detox process gets a bad reputation. Most inpatient detox centers provide their clients with special medication to help deal with withdrawal symptoms.
Some people refuse to seek professional help for their addiction because they do not want withdrawal symptoms to occur. Don't let these symptoms be the reason you continue to live in a cycle of abuse. Trying to detox on your own via cold turkey methods is dangerous and could result in serious health side effects.
Attending AA and NA meetings held by the 12-step community are great ways to meet and greet with other people in recovery. Helping one another in recovery is huge. Fighting against your addiction for your whole life is hard, but it is even harder. Build a strong support group.