== == It doesn't have to be an unpleasant process, but without medical care that is guaranteed. Alcohol detox is a dangerous process that can involve extremes of blood pressure, convulsions, and death. Anti-convulsive drugs are a must, along with careful observation and support.
I AM a professional, and a former detox tech.
I'm NOT a professional but from all I've heard one really needs medical advice and often also some medical supervision. After all, you presumably don't want to end up with terrifying hallucinations ... It's not an easy thing to do depending on how long the person was an alcoholic. Please see your doctor and they will set you up in a Detox Center where there are people that will help you get through the "drying out stage." Everything will be explained to you and there are programs to attend to help you understand why you are an alcoholic (sometimes genetic, other times addictive personality or you're drowning your sorrows through the years for reasons of your own.) These groups are great because you will be amongst others with the same problem and you can relate and won't feel so alone. It would be advisable that after you finish Detox you join AA to help you stay off alcohol. If you are married, have a boyfriend/girlfriend go to Alanon which provides them with more understanding as to why alcoholics are the way they are and can help you through the rough patches.
You cannot detox alcohol quicker than your body normally processes it.
There are several alcohol detox centers in the United States. The most well known detox centers include Malibu Horizon and Pavillion. To access the national database of the best detox centers in the US one can go to the National Center for Alcohol and Drug Detox website.
Alcohol Detox programs are for Alcoholics. It is the abrupt end of alcohol consumption along with the substitution of cross-tolerant drugs that have similar effects to the effects of alcohol. This is the prevent Alcohol Withdrawal.
Alcoholics may need to detox under medical supervision.
Detox is the process by which all traces of alcohol and drugs are removed from the body, ensuring that a person is physically stable and ready to start therapy.
Detox drinks may assist you in passing an ETG alcohol test. It will depend on the last time you drank, how much you drank, and how many detox drinks that you consume.
no you cant
To be cleansed of something, usually drugs or alcohol.
It depends on what you want to detox from. If you want to detox from smoking, then you should visit a website that helps you stop doing that. If you want to detox from alcohol, then visit an AA webiste.
Alcohol detox programs are available in Los Angeles, California. These include duffysrehab, westwindrecovery, forward recovery, Valley detox, inlanddetox, Laguna Treatment Hospital, Gloria Recovery Center, etc.
Yes it does cause tiredness and fatigue.