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Medical Assisted Detox, Better or Worse for You

If you have a substance use disorder, the first step to recovery typically involves a substance abuse detox program. At Compass Detox in South Florida, we offer traditional and medically assisted detox services to our patients. Many people who come to us require minimal medical assistance. However, some drugs necessitate an aggressive medical detox program. What…

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Biggest Things to Expect During First Detox

Compass Detox offers drug and alcohol detoxification services to those with substance abuse disorders in South Florida. Our patients often face their first recovery from addiction with our team of dedicated therapists and medical professionals. Learn more about what expectations of having during your first detox. What Is Detox? If you have an addiction to drugs…

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5 Reasons to Check Into a Luxury Detox Center

Have you thought about inpatient detox? You may know you cannot stop using drugs or alcohol even though you want to, but you’re worried about what detox may mean. While it may seem problematic and difficult, it does not have to be. At Compass Detox, we offer a luxury detox, an opportunity for you to…

Exercise and Addiction Recovery: 9 Benefits + Exercise Tips

If you have made the decision to detox from drugs & alochol, the process can seem daunting. Withdrawal symptoms and cravings can make it difficult to stay on course with detox and recovery. For many going through detox from drugs & alcohol, there is a need to fill the void left by substances. Recent data suggests that exercise can help remove toxins from the body, lessen stress, and improve overall health during and after drug detox. While it is always best to consult your doctor for specific guidance and advice regarding drug detox, you can keep reading for some tips on exercising during detox.

Benefits of Exercise for Drug Detox

Exercise is good for you – we all know that. But for individuals struggling with drug addiction or going through detox, exercise can have a wide range of benefits beyond weight management or building muscle. Incorporating exercise into your daily routine can help your body heal from substance abuse while naturally detoxing.