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Inpatient Detox Specialist

Symphony Medical -  - Multi Speciality Medical Practice

Symphony Medical

Multi Speciality Medical Practice located in Dobbs Ferry, NY & Yonkers, NY

Addiction is devastating to your personal and work life, relationships, and health. At Symphony Medical, inpatient detox services are tailored to your personal mental health journey. The Park Care office in Yonkers, New York, provides you a safe space to feel heard and understood. Call today to get started with the inpatient detox program, or use the online tool to set up your appointment.

Inpatient Detox Q & A

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How do I know that I have an unhealthy addiction?

Unhealthy addiction affects your relationships, ability to work, and personal health. 

If you continue to use a substance even though the pain it was prescribed to treat has resolved or you change your behavior to obtain specific substances, you may have an addiction. You may notice that you continue to use a substance even when you notice it harms your health and your relationship with others. 

How can I benefit from inpatient detox?

With inpatient detox, you live in a safe, supported environment while pursuing the detox process. You get 24-hour care and are surrounded by professional staff that can respond to any urgent health needs. 

Inpatient detox is appropriate for people overcoming an addiction to alcohol, prescription medications, or other drugs. 

What types of withdrawal symptoms will I experience during inpatient detox?

Everyone experiences detox differently. During inpatient detox, you may have:

  • Anxiety
  • Sweating
  • Nausea and vomiting
  • Shaking or tremors
  • Fatigue
  • Headache
  • Irritability
  • Insomnia
  • High blood pressure
  • Racing or irregular heartbeat

Some of these symptoms can be incredibly uncomfortable or dangerous. When you’re in an inpatient center, the professional health providers can support you as you work through detox symptoms. 

The providers can offer safe, approved medications to minimize these complications. Sedatives, anti-nausea medications, antidepressants, and blood pressure medications are helpful in different stages of the rehabilitation process.

How long does inpatient detox take?

Detox can take from a few days to a few weeks. Your detox time frame depends on your personal circumstances. Factors that affect the time it takes you to detox include the following:

  • Length and consistency of abuse
  • Substance from which you’re detoxing
  • Severity of withdrawal symptoms
  • Degree of medical assistance necessary

The Symphony Medical providers also consider any other health issues or disorders that need to be addressed when customizing your detox plan.

In addition to inpatient detox, you may also benefit from outpatient medication-assisted treatments, outpatient counseling and support, and trauma-informed counseling.

Contact the providers at Symphony Medical to learn more about inpatient detox services. Call today or use the online tool to schedule a visit.