Drug Abuse Treated Privately with Premier Daytox
Addiction presents multiple challenges depending on which drugs are abused and the extent of the drug or alcohol addiction. Drugs can vary widely in how they interact with human nervous system and cause varying levels of harm and addiction. At Premier Daytox, we specialize in helping individuals detox from a diversity of different drug types, especially when any of these substances are combined with themselves or alcohol.
Completely private and confidential drug detoxification
The road to recovery in the privacy and comfort of your own home
With Premier Daytox, we offer a variety of levels of treatment for your specific needs. We believe that privacy is of the upmost importance when you are seeking treatment. You can schedule an appointment for us to come to your home, hotel room, venue, or at our office. We will provide you with the specific medicine that you need for your personalized treatment.
Reach us at 732-497-8588 to schedule a private consultation today.
Drug Depressants, Opioids and Alcohol Abuse
People often do not know that alcohol is a central nervous system depressant and it is for this reason that alcohol withdrawal can be extremely dangerous. Alcohol when combined with other drug depressants is additionally very dangerous as this deadly combination can suppress breathing and heart rate. Other drug depressants include benzodiazepines (benzos) like Xanax, Klonopin, Ativan, and opioids like Vicodin or OxyContin “Oxy.” We provide state of the art detox from opioids, as well.
NEVER COMBINE ALCOHOL AND OTHER DRUGS (especially depressants)
Home Detox for Stimulant Abuse
These drugs include cocaine "coke," amphetamines (which includes prescription stimulants like Adderall or Ritalin), methamphetamine "meth" – among others which can include rare and extremely illicit drugs referred to as "bath salts."
Home Detox for Other Drug Types
There are many other drugs that people can become addicted to or abuse including those that cause dissociation or euphoria. There are individuals that use marijuana during detox, which while we advise against it, is up to the individual patient.