First Step Rehab | What Are the Most Difficult Detoxes?

Last Updated: Sep 21st 2020

Reviewed by Brittany Polansky

Whenever you abuse a substance, there’s a risk of addiction. And, with addiction comes withdrawal symptoms. So, different substances bring different dangers and risks to the table. It’s known that some drugs are more addictive than others. Also, withdrawal symptoms from certain substances are worse than others. Below are some of the substances that are known to have the most dangerous and difficult withdrawal symptoms. If you are suffering from addiction, contact First Step Rehab today.

Can First Step Rehab help me detox?

Heroin Detox

Heroin is the most addictive drug today. Also, it comes with extremely painful and difficult withdrawal symptoms. Unfortunately, these withdrawal symptoms can occur for years after the individual becomes sober.  Luckily, a professional detox can help with these intense symptoms.

Alcohol Detox

People who suffer from an alcohol addiction should not attempt to detox on their own. Without the supervision and help of a professional rehab detoxing from alcohol addiction can be extremely dangerous. Due to the intense physical dependency that comes with an addiction to alcohol. Withdrawal symptoms can be life-threatening if not handled correctly.

Benzodiazepine Detox

Benzodiazepines affect the bodies central nervous system, which makes them highly addictive and difficult to detox from. Withdrawal symptoms are severe, and can even lead to seizures.

First Step Rehab

Do you suffer from addiction? Or do you need extra support to help you stay sober? Don’t let drugs and alcohol get in the way of the life you want and deserve. Take control of your life today with 1st Step. So, contact us to begin your life-changing journey to sobriety with our comprehensive treatment for addiction.

Reviewed for Medical & Clinical Accuracy by Brittany Polansky

Brittany PolanskyBrittany has been working in behavioral health since 2012 and is a Primary Clinician at our facility. She is an LCSW and holds a master’s degree in social work. She has great experience with chemical dependency and co-occurring mental health diagnoses as well as various therapeutic techniques. Brittany is passionate about treating all clients with dignity and respect, and providing a safe environment where clients can begin their healing journey in recovery.