Alcohol Detox

Alcohol addiction is a pervasive issue in society, due to it being so easily accessible and a socially accepted part of life. For those suffering from alcoholism, it can be incredibly challenging to avoid triggers.

Seeking Help For Drinking?

Alcoholism can be crippling and is linked to a wide range of social ills. However, alcohol addiction treatment often has a stigma attached. Many may feel they should be able to cut down on their consumption by themselves and that it’s simply a matter of willpower to stop drinking. This is a misperception since alcohol is not only mentally and emotionally addictive, but physically too. Long-term abuse of alcohol impacts brain chemistry, causing chemical imbalance in serotonin and dopamine levels.

These are responsible for emotional stability and stress responses, causing mood swings and abnormal physiological responses when they are dysfunctional. When alcohol is removed from the system, the reaction can be severe. Withdrawal from long-term alcoholism can have life-threatening consequences if someone stops drinking suddenly.


In severe cases, the most effective alcohol abuse treatment requires an intensive alcohol detox to rid the body of the toxins accumulated over time. It is also necessary to help the body transition toward functioning without depending on alcohol.

While many may view a hangover as the after-effects of a drinking binge, this can actually be a symptom of alcohol withdrawal. As dependency deepens, a person may have symptoms that affect their mental and emotional health, as well as more extreme physical reactions.



Psyclarity Health’s Massachusetts rehab center provides Acute Treatment Services for patients requiring treatment for alcoholism. Addiction specialists conduct evaluations to determine the extent of the addiction, including clinical and mental health assessments. These may include lab tests and a review of the patient’s family history, as well as any other conditions that may be present. After evaluation, a personalized treatment program is developed, and medications are prescribed to assist with phasing the patient off alcohol and managing the side-effects during the process.



Symptoms of alcohol withdrawal range from mild to severe, with some being extreme enough to qualify as a medical emergency. Detox from alcohol is best attempted at an inpatient rehab center on a live-in basis, with medical staff on hand 24/7 if needed.



Addiction specialists in Psyclarity Health’s Clinical Stabilization Services monitor heart rate, blood pressure, temperature, respiration, and fluid levels to counteract possible health risks.

If necessary, prescriptions and dosages can be adjusted to address specific symptoms. Some of the medications prescribed require specialist administration, further supporting the need for inpatient care.



The duration of alcohol abuse treatment varies according to the individual and can be impacted by factors such as intensity of the condition, physical health, family history, and co-existing conditions. Once the process of alcohol detox is complete, the patient can focus on a range of supportive counseling and psychotherapy modalities. These are crucial in pinpointing the root causes of their addiction in order to avoid relapse. Additional treatments such as group therapy, art and music therapy, meditation, and acupuncture are combined with nutritional and fitness advice to provide a program that can be continued after the patient has left the center.



Psyclarity Health’s Massachusetts rehab center specializes in providing patient-centric alcohol rehab. With privacy and discretion assured, patients can focus on the challenges of overcoming addiction with the assistance of skilled medical professionals. Executive accommodation and facilities are supplemented by a range of treatment modalities and wellness programs to offer the best chances of successful recovery. To seek alcohol rehab in Massachusetts, contact Psyclarity Health MA’s Clinical Stabilization Services to discuss alcohol treatment options.