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Executive Home Detox provides private 1:1 in-home detox, early recovery planning, and private addiction services.
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#Sober for #Thanksgiving?
It's not too late to get sober for #Thanksgiving. Publicly funded detox? Private inpatient? or an #Outpatient assisted #Alcohol #detox.
Consider EHD for a #private convenient detox in the comfort of your home.
https://homedetox.com/

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Executive Home Detox is just one of many options an #alcoholic or #alcohol #dependent person can consider for help.

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EHD will be attending the American Academy of Addiction Psychiatry conference in early December.
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A Whisky & Tales tour in Edinburgh Scotland. Job Security for Executive Home Detox.
#Whiskey #HomeDetox
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The International Nurses Society on Addictions is having a conference in Baltimore September 2019. Any Ibogaine nurses want to present?
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So true, people stop drinking every day. Unfortunately sustaining this decision is the hard part.
Quitting drinking is the easy bit. Staying quit is a big challenge.

It only needs to be difficult if you insist on using willpower.

Follow the instructions of Craig Beck, The Stop Drinking Expert and you will have you first Sober Thanksgiving, Christmas and New Year – and love every minute of it.

https://www.stopdrinkingexpert.com/sober-thanksgiving/
Stop Drinking Expert
Stop Drinking Expert
stopdrinkingexpert.com
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New York City #outpatient #alcohol #Detox.

#Executive Home Detox provides #addiction treatment in your own home, condo, or co-op. Our treatment model is based on safety and comfort. One expert #detox #nurse moves into the client’s home and remains with the client for as long as the medical detox requires. We blend into the environment in which you are living and observe the triggers and cues that may cause use and relapse. EHD can advise the client on potential changes in his or her living environment that may assist in sustaining recovery.
#NYC #Detox
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Least Restrictive Care:
Here are four components, supported by #SAMHSA (The Substance Abuse and Mental Health Services Administration) to assist the client or patient who is seeking alcohol treatment.

Least restrictive refers to patients' civil rights and their right to choice of care. There are four specific themes of historical and clinical importance:
1. Patients should be treated in those settings that least interfere with their civil rights and freedom to participate in society.
2. Patients should be able to disagree with clinician recommendations for care. While this includes the right to refuse any care at all, it also includes the right to obtain care in a setting of their choice (as long as considerations of dangerousness and mental competency are satisfied). It implies a patient's right to seek a higher or different level of care than that which the clinician has planned.
3. Patients should be informed participants in defining their care plan. Such planning should be done in collaboration with their healthcare providers.
4. Careful consideration of State laws and agency policies is required for patients who are unable to act in their own self-interests. Because the legal complexities of this issue will vary from State to State the TIP cannot provide definitive guidance here, but providers need to consider whether or not the person is “gravely” incapacitated, suicidal, or homicidal; likely to commit grave bodily injury; or, in some States, likely to cause injury to property. In such cases, State law and/or case law may hold providers responsible if they do not commit the patient to care, but in other cases programs may be open to lawsuits for forcibly holding a patient.
These can be found in TIP 45, a SAMHSA publication for clinicians.
It supports the right of patients for an outpatient detox and a #homedetox.
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This from American Family Physician in 2013.
Approximately 2% to 9% of patients seen in a family physician's office have #alcohol #dependence. These patients are at risk of developing #alcohol #withdrawal syndrome if they abruptly abstain from alcohol use. Alcohol withdrawal syndrome begins six to 24 hours after the last intake of alcohol, and the signs and symptoms include tremors, agitation, nausea, sweating, vomiting, hallucinations, insomnia, tachycardia, hypertension, delirium, and seizures. Treatment aims to minimize symptoms, prevent complications, and facilitate continued abstinence from alcohol. Patients with mild or moderate alcohol withdrawal syndrome can be treated as outpatients, which minimizes expense and allows for less interruption of work and family life.
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Alcohol Detox at Home
Alcohol detox at home can range from a simple uncomplicated process to a life threatening medical event. When a person feels the signs and symptoms of #Alcohol #Withdrawal, the person should seek medical guidance and supervision. #Alcohol #detox at home can be relatively safe and comfortable if the person going through withdrawal is receiving competent medical care. Competent medical care includes physician or nurse practitioner supervision and an on-site person monitoring and assisting in the withdrawal process. For moderate to severe alcohol withdrawal the on-site person should be a qualified registered nurse. http://homedetox.com
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