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Residential Inpatient Rehab Centers
Many different rehabilitation centers exist to assist patients in effectively attaining their long term addiction rehab goals. From start to finish, residential rehab centers provide a more lengthy and monitored approach to treatment of addiction to drugs or alcohol. While there are short term rehab programs, most of these are not considered residential inpatient rehab because the patient does not typically take residence in a housing unit. Residential inpatient rehab centers provide long-term rehab programs that span a period of 90 days or more and in some cases may last up to two years.
During treatment at a residential inpatient rehab center the patient will undergo a series of medical tests, personal and psychological evaluations to identify any medical or psychological conditions that may be present or co-occurring, and other methods of evaluation will take place prior to the patient actually entering into the treatment facility. This ensures that the residential inpatient rehab center staff have a full understanding of the patient’s medical history and background as well as any other pertinent information about the patient prior to the detox and recovery process.
Many different programs are provided to assist patients in making a complete recovery when they are in a residential inpatient rehab facility. The most common type of rehabilitation program to be offered at almost every inpatient rehab center in the 12 step program which uses a series of steps to help the patient recognize that they have a problem, that they are powerless amongst God as a higher power to correct their problem and ultimately that their recovery is in the hands of their faith. This program is not effective for every addict as it can be difficult for some to accept that they are powerless over their actions. For those who do not respond well to 12 step rehabilitation programs there are a number of non-12 step programs available as well.
Many different symptoms can present themselves either during drug or alcohol abuse or following the long term use of drugs or alcohol. Some of the most difficult to manage symptoms for both the patient and the rehab center are those associated with the first days or weeks of the recovery process known as detox symptoms. Most rehab centers are prepared to assist the patient in coping with the following symptoms during the early or extended stages of the recovery process:
- Liver or kidney problems
- Increased hear rate, temperature or blood pressure
- Impaired memory
- Lack of muscular control
- Depressed breathing
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Many different types of addictions are treated at residential inpatient rehab centers but there are some addictions that tend to require inpatient treatment more often than others. The following addictions commonly require the extended monitoring and care of a residential inpatient rehabilitation center:
- Prescription Drugs such as Adderall, Hydrocodone or Dilaudid
- Crystal Meth
If you or someone you love cannot stop using drugs or alcohol despite the known consequences of such use, there is help at residential inpatient rehab centers throughout the country. You are not in this struggle to win the uphill battle of addiction alone! Thousands of people suffer from similar conditions, struggles and hurdles and have asked for help—and you can too!
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