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Heroin Detox

Heroin addiction is a complex and challenging condition impacting individuals and their families. At Honu House Hawaii, we understand the importance of involving family members in treatment. We offer support and education to help families understand addiction and provide a supportive environment for their loved one’s recovery.

Withdrawal symptoms during heroin detox can be uncomfortable and challenging. Our experienced healthcare professionals provide the necessary support and medical interventions to manage withdrawal symptoms effectively. We guide you through the heroin withdrawal timeline with care and compassion, ensuring your safety and comfort.

At Honu House Hawaii, we believe in the power of continuing care and long-term recovery. Our treatment programs include ongoing support groups, counseling, and personalized care plans to help you maintain your sobriety and build a healthier future.

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What is heroin detox?

Heroin detox refers to safely removing heroin and its byproducts from the body. It is the first step in overcoming heroin addiction and involves managing withdrawal symptoms while providing medical support and monitoring.

What are the common heroin withdrawal symptoms during detox?

Heroin withdrawal symptoms can vary in severity, including nausea, vomiting, diarrhea, muscle aches, anxiety, restlessness, insomnia, sweating, and intense drug cravings. The specific symptoms experienced and their duration can depend on factors such as the individual’s level of addiction and overall health.

How long does heroin detox typically last?

The duration of heroin detox can vary depending on several factors, including the individual’s level of heroin dependence and overall health. Generally, acute withdrawal symptoms peak within the first few days and start to subside within a week. However, some symptoms, such as cravings and mood disturbances, can persist longer.
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Is medically supervised detox necessary for heroin addiction?

Medically supervised detox is highly recommended for heroin addiction due to the potential severity of withdrawal symptoms. The medical team can provide appropriate medications, interventions, and support to manage symptoms and ensure safety throughout detox.

What happens after heroin detox?

Heroin detox is the initial step in the recovery journey. Following detox, engaging in comprehensive treatment programs that address the underlying causes of addiction and provide ongoing support is essential. This may include therapy, counseling, support groups, and aftercare planning to support long-term sobriety and facilitate a successful transition into a drug-free life.

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