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Women’s Detox Center in Florida

Women’s Detox Center in Florida

Women and Substance Abuse

Women are the fastest growing population for substance abuse in the United States. In fact, about 2.7 million women in the United States abuse drugs and/or alcohol. What is even more startling is that the majority of these women don’t ever receive treatment like that which is offered at a women’s detox center in Florida. The reasons women don’t seek treatment are typically:

  • They are afraid of losing or being separated from their families.
  • They view their substance abuse as a social activity or habit instead of an addiction that is disrupting their lives
  • They believe that their substance abuse is caused by anxiety or depression, treating the mental health while ignoring the addiction
  • They are afraid or embarrassed to admit that they are struggling with addiction, and hide their drug or alcohol use from family and friends.

Why Women Turn to Substances

Women start using for different reasons, get addicted differently, progress faster, recovery differently and relapse for different issues. Due to shame and stigma, women may be more likely to drink/take pills when alone and hide it from others. The medically trained staff at a women’s detox center in Florida understands this.

Physiologically women metabolize alcohol and drugs differently than men. Physically one drink for a woman has twice the impact physiologically on a woman that it does on a man. That’s not just about getting drunk, that’s impact to the organs, to the brain.

In addition a female’s distinctive physiology, mental health issues, hormonal differences, spiritual concerns and as well as life circumstances may affect their experience in addiction and recovery. Staff at the women’s detox center in Florida understands that treatment and recovery are most successful when these unique and individual needs are taken into account.

A Women’s Detox Center in Florida Treats Withdrawal

The main obstacle that keeps women from getting clean is the fear of withdrawal symptoms. Many women drug and alcohol addicts will continue their addictive behavior long after they want to quit, simply to avoid the detox process and painful symptoms that accompany the withdrawal, not knowing that a women’s detox center in Florida can help. Some women even try to detox from their addictions at home, suffering through days of discomfort and violent withdrawal only to go back to abusing drugs and alcohol to relieve the pain.

For example, women who are dependent on opiates, such as prescription painkillers (oxycodone, hydrocodone), methadone, or heroin may opt to go to a women’s detox center in Florida because in doing so, their withdrawal symptoms will be alleviated. The same thing goes for cocaine and crack users, whose withdrawals often cause uncomfortable and even frightening psychological symptoms such as hallucinations.

If you are physically dependent on, meaning that you have experienced withdrawal symptoms after having stopped using, alcohol, benzos, or barbiturates, a medical drug detox at a women’s detox center in Florida is actually necessary. This is because the withdrawal syndrome from any of these has the potential to be fatal. Severe symptoms include heart failure, seizure, stroke, and coma.

Orchid Recovery Center: Top-Rated Women’s Detox Center in Florida

At Orchid Recovery Center, a well-known and top-rated women’s detox center in Florida, the specific needs of women seeking detox services and taking the first step to recovery are understood and met with specialized techniques and services. If you or a loved one is seeking a women’s detox center in Florida, please call toll-free 1-888-672-4435.





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