Drug addiction takes a heavy tariff on one’s body. When abused, drugs begin to alter the body’s chemistry. These changes register throughout the system, especially in the brain. Over time, chronic substance abuse can change the brain’s structure and rewire its neural circuitry.
As these physiological changes progress, having ever-increasing amounts of drugs in their system becomes the addict’s new normal. The addict develops a tolerance to the drug they are abusing and begins to crave ever-greater quantities of it to achieve the desired effect. The first step on the road to recovery is to eliminate these substances from the body in order for it to again function normally. This process is known as detox.
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Treatment can least anywhere from 30 to 90 days.
Sovereign Health accepts most private insurance plans for our treatment programs. Additionally, our expert admissions staff will gladly help you determine how much coverage your particular health care plan provides, as well as any other financial options you may need.
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