What Is The Hardest Detox

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OPIOIDS and BENZOS

No doubt about it, cold-turkey opioid-detox is a nightmare, but the most difficult detoxes are the combo detoxes, which includes detoxes such as; Alcohol and Methadone detox, Alcohol and Xanax detox, Heroin and Xanax, and Buprenorphine and Xanax. But by far the Klonopin (clonazepam) and Methadone detox is the worst. Few people will experience such anxiety, unpleasantness, restless legs, and insomnia as this particular detox.

 

Co-occurring Medical Problems

If you add in a co-occurring medical problem to a Klonopin and Methadone detox the withdrawal symptoms will probably be much worse. Few people can detox Konopin and Methadone on their own, but doing so while you’re sick is next to impossible. Many have tried and failed. The truth is that all detoxes are best handled by professionals. The Klonopin and Methadone detox is simply the paradigm for why people need to go into an inpatient detoxification center.

 

Can you die from detox?

Few have died from opioid detox, and that includes Methadone. In fact, if you’re in good health it’s very safe. On the other hand, benzodiazepine detox, which includes Klonopin, can and has killed people. The best way to mitigate that risk is to allow a physician to treat you.

 

Treatment

Generally, a physician will prescribe several medications to suppress the symptoms of withdrawal, but also to suppress potential Tonic-Clonic seizures. If you minimize withdrawal symptoms, and lower the risk of seizure you have a good chance at detoxifying successfully. In the final analysis, detox is about breaking physical dependence and whenever you’re treating two dependencies simultaneously you’re probably talking about a longer and more difficult detox. It is fairly safe to say, that combination detoxes are the most difficult, and because of that, physicians often prescribe more medications than your typical single dependency detox.
 

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