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Alcohol detox

Alcohol detox implies the removal of alcohol from the body of an alcoholic. The alcohol detox programs are known to be very effective when people sincerely want to get rid of the drinking habit.

While discussing about alcohol detox, it is important to know the connection between alcohol withdrawal and alcohol detox. Withdrawal is result of alcoholism, alcohol addiction and alcohol dependency. There are many symptoms associated with withdrawal like nausea, anxiety, tremors and seizures. An alcohol detox program is highly recommended for treatment. Alcohol withdrawal symptoms are medically managed by alcohol detox program. This process allows the person suffering from alcoholism to become abstinent of alcohol.

The alcohol detox program is not a painful process. In this program, medications are dispensed to reduce and occasionally eliminate the symptoms associated with alcohol withdrawal. The most commonly used medicine in an alcohol detox program is Chlrodiazepoxide and benzodiazepine medicines. These medicines are also used in treatment of people suffering from anxiety, nervousness and tension.

The alcohol detoxification program has four objectives; to provide the patient a safe withdrawal from alcohol dependence, to provide treatment that is painless, to provide for recovery of affective and cognitive faculties and to prepare patient for continued treatment in his new life. Alcohol detoxification without consulting doctor can be very dangerous.

Alcohol detox program is a long, drawn out and difficult process involving medicine, in-patient treatment and support fro, doctors, family and friends. Early detection along with medication administration are very important for a successful detox program.

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