Best Steroid Abuse & Addiction Detox & Treatment Center

Sierra Tucson offers effective, comprehensive treatment for individuals in need of detox for steroid addiction.

Understanding Steroids

Understanding steroids & long-term effects

There are many substances that an individual can develop an addiction to. Yet, when many people think of substance abuse, they think of things like alcohol, cocaine, and heroin, to name a few. But there are other substances that can cause significant disruption in an individual’s life when they are abused. Anabolic steroids are one such type of addictive substance that may not be so commonly recognized.

Typically used to help promote muscle growth, steroids are frequently used by adults of all genders in an attempt to enhance their physical appearance and improve athletic performance. They cause the body to alter the way that it builds muscle, allowing individuals to increase their strength more rapidly. While the use of steroids typically does not cause a “high” like many substances of abuse, individuals can still become addicted to them because of the alterations that they elicit within the brain. And, once an addiction has developed, many individuals struggle to put an end to their use of these dangerous substances.

Withdrawal Process

What happens during steroid withdrawal

Anytime a person has been using a substance for a prolonged period of time and then ceases that use, they are susceptible to experiencing symptoms of withdrawal as their body resumes its ability to function without the drug’s presence. And steroids are no different. If a person has been abusing anabolic steroids and then suddenly ceases their use, the likelihood that they will experience the uncomfortable symptoms of withdrawal is high. Examples of things that can occur during the process of withdrawing from steroids may include the following:

  • Intense cravings
  • Mood swings
  • Restlessness
  • Insomnia
  • Loss of appetite
  • Depression
  • Reduced sex drive
  • Fatigue

Detox Process

Detoxification at 0ur steroid addiction treatment center

Due to the fact that withdrawal symptoms can be greatly distressing, and because reintroducing steroids into one’s systems can cause those symptoms to dissipate, many individuals remain trapped in the ongoing cycle of steroid abuse and addiction. For this reason, it is immensely beneficial for individuals to have physical and psychological support as they go through the process of withdrawal. The most optimal way to receive this support is by engaging in detoxification services.

Detoxification, or detox, refers to the process of having substances of abuse cleared from the body. Withdrawing from substances like steroids is not only unpleasant, but the process can also be dangerous. As such, it is extremely beneficial to be monitored during this period of time so as to ensure an individual’s safety, while also keeping them as comfortable as possible.

At Sierra Tucson, the best treatment center for steroid detox, we recognize the importance of detox when individuals are working to overcome an addiction to anabolic steroids. For this reason and more, we are pleased to offer medical detoxification services through our Behavioral Health Inpatient Unit. Situated on the same campus as our residential treatment center, our inpatient program provides immediate stabilization services to individuals who are in need of emergent interventions, including those who are in need of detox services. These services are monitored by the best, highly trained medical personnel who work to ensure each person’s safety and comfort throughout the duration of the detox period. The premier staff at our inpatient program also provide therapeutic interventions for those engaging in detox as they are physically and mentally able.

Long-Term Benefits of Detox

Long-term benefits of detox for steroid addiction

If an individual continues abusing steroids, they are susceptible to experiencing any number of adverse effects. Some such effects can include detriments to one’s physical appearance, including things such as severe acne or breast development in men, as well as life-threatening health effects, including liver cancer, strokes, and heart attacks. By engaging in detoxification services at a treatment center and putting an end to one’s addiction to steroids, these detriments can be remedied or avoided altogether. However, this is by no means the only benefit to participating in detox. Further benefits can include, but are not limited to, the following:

  • When individuals enter a detox program, they are sheltered from having access to steroids. This helps to eliminate temptation and prevent relapsing.
  • While participating in a detox program, individuals are monitored 24/7 by trained professionals to ensure that they not only safely detox, but that they also remain as comfortable as possible while doing so.
  • Both mental health and addiction experts are on-hand during one’s time in a detox program so as to provide emotional and psychological support.
  • Participating in detox not only rids an individual’s body of toxic substances, but it also allows them to achieve the clarity of mind that is necessary for engaging in the therapeutic aspects of recovery.

At Sierra Tucson, a premier steroid detox center and rehab, we recognize the bravery that goes into making the decision to overcome an addiction to anabolic steroids, and we are devoted to helping all those who are entrusted into our care develop the skills necessary for maintaining lasting sobriety. If you or an important person in your life could benefit from our state-of-the-art detoxification services, or if you have any questions about any other aspect of our programming, please do not hesitate to contact us today. Our detox center is where change begins.

I can’t begin to express how thankful I am for Sierra Tucson.

– Anonymous Client
Marks of Quality Care
These accreditations are an official recognition of our dedication to providing treatment that exceeds the standards and best practices of quality care.
  • Equine Assisted Growth and Learning Association (EAGALA)
  • GeneSight
  • National Association of Addiction Treatment Providers (NAATP)
  • National Association of Psychiatric Health Systems (NAPHS)
  • Neurostar
  • PsychArmor
  • The Joint Commission (JCAHO) Gold Seal of Approval