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    When clients are undergoing inpatient detoxification, they should never consume alcoholic or any other kind of drug for the duration of the treatment. Those who take these types of medications may end up in worse shape than when they started and their symptoms could get worse if they stop taking their medications after their detoxification period. In fact, if you stop taking your medications because you feel better, it can actually make the symptoms worse because you will be withdrawing from your addiction and the withdrawal symptoms will make the drug even more powerful.

    Some dual diagnosis treatment options for those with an addiction to alcohol include individual or group counseling, psychotherapy, or family therapy. Each type of therapy will provide the patient with individual therapy to treat both the physical and emotional aspects of his or her addiction, as well as a group therapy session where members of the group will work together as a team to work on issues that are common among those who suffer from both an addiction to alcohol and drugs or any other substance.

    Detoxification and/or detoxification are not the only option for clients who suffer from a substance abuse or addiction. There are also a variety of medications that can be prescribed to patients who are experiencing both addictions. The medication is usually used to treat the physical aspect of the problem, so the patient does not have to go through withdrawal once he or she has gotten through detoxification. These medications usually come in the form of a combination of pills, inhalers, or injections.
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