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New Jersey Drug and alcohol Detox is available for anyone dependent upon illicit drugs or alcohol. The criteria for detox is simple, “is this a medical necessity in order to free the patient from this drug or alcohol”? There are several substances that require medical detox.

Detoxing from Alcohol

Alcohol is a dangerous drug to detox from. Patients may experience delirium tremens, alcoholic seizures as well as flu like symptoms and other life threatening complications. Delirium tremens are extremely dangerous resulting from alcohol withdrawal and can come quickly after the last alcoholic drink or may occur several days later.

Benzodiazepine Detox Programs

Benzodiazepines are equally as dangerous as alcohol to detoxify the body from. Medical detox from “Benzos” is highly recommended due to the potential life threatening repercussions. Benzodiazepines are a widely prescribed pharmaceutical drug that many unsuspecting individuals become physically addicted to.

The following is a list of Benzodiazepines:

  • Xanax, alprazolam, Lexotan, bromazepam, Librium, chlordiazepoxide, Klonopin, clonazepam, Tranxene, clorazepate, Valium, diazepam, Rohypnol, flunitrazepam, ProSom, estazolam, Dalmane, flurazepam, Paxipam, halazepam, Dormonoct, loprazolam, Ativan, lorazepam, Versed (Hypnovel, Dormicum), midazolam, Mogadon, nitrazepam, Serax, oxazepam, Doral, quazepam, Restoril, temazepam, Halcion, triazolam. Additionally these are some lesser known benzodiazepines: brotizolam, camazepam, clotiazepam, cloxazolam, delorazepam, etizolam, fludiazepam, haloxazolam, oxazolam, nimetazepam, nordazepam, pinazepam, tetrazepam, tofisopam.

Opiate Detox Programs

Opioid or opiate detox is a serious drug(s) to detox from. Due to the fact that synthetic opioid drugs are pharmaceutical grade as opposed to heroin an opiate drug that is made illegally by street pharmacists, opioid drugs can be difficult at best to detox without medical supervision. Additionally, the use of Acetomenaphen in many of the pharmaceutical drugs creates problems with liver and other vital organ damage.

Here is a list of the opioid and opiate drugs:

  • Heroin, natural opium alkaloids, Morphine, Opium, Hydromorphone, Nicomorphine, Oxycodone, Dihydrocodeine, Diamorphine, Papaveretum, Oxycodone, Dihydrocodeine, Codeine, Phenylpiperidine derivatives, Ketobemidone, Pethidine, Fentanyl, Pethidine, Diphenylpropylamine derivatives, Dextromoramide, Piritramide, Dextropropoxyphene, Bezitramide, Methadone, Dextropropoxyphene, Benzomorphan derivatives, Pentazocine, Phenazocine, Oripavine derivatives, Buprenorphine, Etorphine, Oripavine derivatives, Morphinan derivatives, Butorphanol, Nalbuphine, Opioids in combination with antispasmodics, Morphine and antispasmodics, Ketobemidone and antispasmodics, Pethidine and antispasmodics, Hydromorphone and antispasmodics, Other opioids; Tilidine, Tramadol, Dezocine and Tramadol combinations.

Contact a Detox Program in New Jersey for Help Today!

Detoxing from any drug is dangerous without professional help. New Jersey detox and detox centers can help with medically necessary and safe detox.

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