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Some of the reasons the relapse rate is so high in an outpatient drug detox program is due to lack of structure for the patient, not to mention, any unusual withdrawal symptoms that might arise when the outpatient detox program physician is unavailable.
Inpatient Drug Detox Program Advantages
A drug detox program that is located within a drug rehab provides the patient with so many additional drug detox services, it is almost foolhardy to try an outpatient drug detox program. By having a drug detox program located within a drug rehab the patient has access to 24 hour a day medical care to manage any withdrawal symptoms that may arise, 24 hour drug rehab staff to support you in your drug detox program.
24 hour a day nursing care to assist you in dealing with any medical problems that have resulted from your drug addiction and access to the drug rehab staff located within the drug rehab. With all of these drug detox services available within the confines of a drug rehab it is a wonder why people who do not want to experience the drug detox process again, choose a outpatient drug detox program.
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It takes most people years and tremendous pain and suffering before they can even make the decision to enter a drug detox program or drug rehab. Why not minimize the risks associated with this decision. Do not leave anything to chance. We are ready to set your appointment at Woodlake Addiction Recovery Center. Our Treatment Consultants are available 24/7. We are here to help you! Call us: (225) 939-3656
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