The term “rapid detox” or “accelerated detox” is used to describe an operation that takes place when under conscious or sedation. Rapid detox says it will effectively eliminate the opioids in your body so that you don’t have to go through withdrawal. What is the process of rapid withdrawal. Peter Coleman from The Coleman Institute for Addiction Medicine.
This process is possible within a plan at a detox center or hospitals. For withdrawal to start one must cease abusing the drug by six at o’clock in the early morning. The patient is given tranquilizers, and then given the drug naloxone. Naloxone is a drug used to get rid of the opioids that are present in our bodies. Naloxone is given in ever-increasing dosages over this period. In three days, the detoxing process can be completed.
The program for accelerated detox is distinct from an ultra-fast process known as anesthesia detox. It is when a patient is placed under general anesthesia and is given the drug known as Natrexone. The patients did not wake up in their process of detoxification, but they may be confused and dangerous. Unfortunately, this approach has been known to kill people, so it’s no longer used in most drug rehabilitation centers.