Medical Detox

Supervised Medical Detox

At Cypress Lake Recovery, we understand the complexity and pain of addiction and offer our clients an effective supervised detox from drugs and alcohol.

Our comprehensive detox services are tailored to meet the unique needs of each individual, providing them with the care and support they need to begin the journey to recovery.

As part of our promise of complete, holistic care, we offer a supervised medical detox program in East Texas that allows patients to enter full-time recovery treatment with a clear mindset, free from the pull of physical and chemical dependence.

Resisting cravings and compulsions is nearly impossible as long as drugs or alcohol remain in the body. A supervised detox is necessary for a seamless transition into treatment and recovery if you are actively abusing substances.

Do I Need Medical Detox Services?

Withdrawal symptoms are notoriously difficult when attempting to detox in an unsupervised environment. The severity of withdrawal symptoms largely depends on the abused substance and the frequency of use. Symptoms range from body aches to nausea, vomiting, and hallucinations. In many cases, pushing through withdrawal at home can be dangerous without medical support.

Choosing a treatment program with medically monitored detox means you’ll be cared for by medical professionals as you go through withdrawal. Under physician and nurse supervision, you’ll be kept as safe and comfortable as possible. In a supervised environment, turning to drugs or alcohol to relieve symptoms isn’t an option. 

During the patient intake process, we will decide if the individual requires medical detox based on their drug of choice and frequency of use. Not every patient will need a medically supervised detox. If medical detox is recommended, it will be carried out by a licensed physician. Family history, existing medical conditions, and a behavioral and social assessment will all be considered.

Personalized Medical Detox Plan in Texas

Our Detox Program Includes

Alcohol Detox

Alcohol withdrawal can be fatal if not monitored by medical staff, particularly in severe or prolonged drinking cases. Medications to keep serious symptoms at bay may be required during this process. Every patient that goes through alcohol detox is under full-time supervision to check for vital signs and any withdrawal symptoms that may occur.

Alcoholism is a disease that controls the mind and body and leaves the spirit depleted and discouraged. Through detox, we can take control of the physical and emotional hold that alcohol has on each patient so that they may once again have autonomy and free will in their own lives.


  • Irritation
  • Hallucinations
  • High blood pressure
  • Insomnia
  • Nausea and vomiting
  • Increased or irregular heart rate
  • Seizures
  • Tremors (shakes)

Drug Detox in East Texas

Cypress Lake Recovery is fully equipped to treat addiction to a range of commonly abused drugs, from prescription painkillers to crack cocaine, and this includes medically supervised detox services. In essence, drugs are merely manufactured chemicals designed to block or enhance specific receptors in the brain, leading to changes in brain chemistry that cause a “high.”

But these changes in the brain also lead to addiction—your brain becomes accustomed to functioning with drugs, so your whole body struggles during withdrawal and detox. It’s vital to go through detox to “reset” your brain and help you learn to feel normal on your own again.

We provide medically monitored detox for patients who struggle with addiction to drugs, including:

  • Heroin
  • LSD (“Acid”)
  • Psilocybin mushrooms (“Shrooms”)
  • Cocaine and crack cocaine
  • Prescription painkillers (Oxycodone, Fentanyl, Vicodin, Codeine, Morphine)
  • Prescription stimulants (Adderall, Ritalin)
  • Prescription tranquilizers (Xanax, Ambien, Valium)
  • DXM
  • Methamphetamine (“Meth” or “Crystal Meth”)
  • Marijuana


Detox from painkillers and opiates such as oxycodone, fentanyl, morphine, and heroin —are notorious for the dangers of withdrawal. Withdrawal symptoms from these drugs can quickly become particularly painful, so it’s vital to get into medically monitored detox quickly.

Heroin withdrawal, for example, can peak within 36-72 hours after a patient’s last use. Many patients with addiction to these substances require medication during detox to safely wean clients off drugs.

Painkiller and opiate withdrawal symptoms may include:

  • Muscle and bone pain
  • Hot flashes and cold chills
  • Restlessness
  • Involuntary leg movements
  • Cramping
  • Hallucinations
  • Insomnia
  • Diarrhea

Marijuana Detox

Conflicting information in the media often leads people to believe that marijuana isn’t addictive. But just like any substance that produces a high, you can become addicted to the feeling of using marijuana. With prolonged and continued use, patients will exhibit withdrawal symptoms if they go without the drug.

The detox process can vary significantly from patient to patient with marijuana detox. We take an initial assessment of physical and mental addiction to the drug and recommend the appropriate detox services.


  • Migraines
  • Restless behavior
  • Increased levels of anxiety
  • Depression
  • Digestion issues
  • Intense cravings
  • Sweating
  • Insomnia

Learn More About Detox Services at Cypress Lake Recovery

At Cypress Lake Recovery, we understand that detoxing from drugs and alcohol is just the first step in recovery. We are committed to providing comprehensive care and support throughout the detox process and beyond. Our experienced staff will work with each individual to develop an aftercare plan to help them continue on the path to long-term sobriety.

If you or a loved one is struggling with addiction, we are here to help. We encourage you to contact our admissions team if you seek supervised medical detox and high-quality addiction recovery treatment in the East Texas area. If you or your loved one is addicted to a substance not listed here or multiple substances, please get in touch with us to find out how we can help.

Get in touch today if you have any questions or are interested in beginning the admissions process.