Admissions: 866.605.0532Non-Admissions: 904.685.9083
Our Memberships & Accreditations
“I had no direction in my life whatsoever when I came here… Now I want to go back to school to become an addiction therapist, so that I can be part of other people’s recovery and a positive force in their life like the staff at Beaches was for me.”
Tides Edge Detox has received accreditation from The Joint Commission (TJC).
Verify Your Insurance
Connect With Us
390 16th Ave South
Jacksonville Beach, FL 32250
Alcohol is the most common addictive substance used in the United States. Some people who drink alcohol don’t have any problems with it. Others start to abuse it and grow dependent on it, which causes withdrawal symptoms when they stop drinking. If you or a loved one is struggling with alcohol abuse, you can enter an alcohol withdrawal treatment program and start your path to sobriety.
Alcohol withdrawal symptoms can start 6 hours after your last drink. These early symptoms are pretty mild and include things like anxiety, shakiness, sweating, and headaches. After a few more hours, though, the symptoms can get more intense. In the first 12 hours of having a drink, people can also have nausea, vomiting, and insomnia.
Acute symptoms can appear 12 to 48 hours after the last drink. Some people might experience hallucinations and seizures. In some cases, people can also have vivid hallucinations that lead to other symptoms. Those symptoms include confusion, fever, heavy sweating, a racing heart, and high blood pressure.
If you or a loved one have any of these symptoms when you stop drinking, you should seriously consider going through alcoholic rehab treatment.
You should never try to go through alcohol withdrawal on your own. The symptoms can be painful and those who try to work through those pains alone often relapse. The best way for you or your loved one to get through withdrawal is to go through alcohol withdrawal treatment starting with detox.
There are alcohol withdrawal treatment options all over the United States. They won’t all treat you or your loved one equally. Some treatment programs only help clients through the pains of alcohol detox and withdrawal. A better alcohol withdrawal treatment program helps clients prepare for rehab, where they also learn about staying sober in a healthy way.
Alcohol withdrawal treatment is a part of detox. During detox, patients work through the discomfort of alcohol withdrawal with staff members and addiction counselors at the treatment center. Treatment centers that offer individualized care will usually have new clients go through a pre-admission assessment. This evaluation will help them decide on a treatment path for each client.
You have a good chance at staying sober when you enter an alcohol withdrawal treatment program that focuses on you. That’s because these programs have different treatment options that clients might need. They may offer inpatient detox or outpatient detox. They might also have medical detox, family-involved treatment, and other programs that help clients live a healthy life.
Alcohol withdrawal can be challenging. Beaches Recovery can help you or a loved one through the process and prepare you for the next stages of treatment.
At Beaches Recovery, we offer alcohol withdrawal treatment programs that put the individual first. Whatever your needs during treatment, we can fill them. We offer a number of treatment and therapy options during detox and beyond.
After detox at our Tides Edge facility, you or your loved one can stay with us through alcohol rehab. During rehab, you’ll be able to participate in treatment programs that help you adjust to life without alcohol. This includes entering programs that help you get healthy and stay sober. During rehab, you’ll be exposed to programs like:
You don’t have to struggle through alcohol withdrawal on your own. There are rehabs like Beaches Recovery that can offer you an alcohol withdrawal treatment program including a full continuum of care. Call us today at 866.605.0532 to talk with us about alcohol addiction and how to recover.