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Alcohol Withdrawal Syndrome

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Dr. Overton's Outpatient Treatment for Alcohol Withdrawal Syndrome (AWS), a.k.a. Alcohol Detox

Introducing Dr. Overton's outpatient treatment program for Alcohol Withdrawal Syndrome (AWS). Designed for individuals with Alcohol Use Disorder (AUD) seeking comfort and convenience, this program provides a safe and effective alternative to traditional inpatient settings for Alcohol Detox.

Did you know?

  • 385 Americans die from alcohol every day.
  • 60% of Americans increased their alcohol consumption during the COVID lockdown (SAMHS 2022) & (NCDAS).
  • Binge drinking in women has been on the rise for the last 25 years.
United States, 2000-2020

Age-Adjusted Rates of Alcohol-Induced Deaths by Sex

Source: National Center for Health Statistics, National Vital Statistics System, Mortality.
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Benefits of Outpatient Treatment for AWS:

  • Comfort of Home: Many patients prefer the comfort and familiarity of being at home during treatment.
  • Reduction of Stigma: Outpatient treatment can alleviate the stigma of hospitalization for an AUD diagnosis.
  • Cost-Effective: From a financial perspective, outpatient management is more cost-effective than inpatient treatment.
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Criteria for Outpatient Alcohol Detox Treatment for AWS

Before considering outpatient treatment, Dr. Overton will evaluate the following:

  1. Support System: Does the patient have a supportive environment?
  2. Symptom Severity: Current symptoms should be mild to moderate. Those with severe symptoms may not be suitable candidates.
  3. Monitoring: Patients should have the capability to be monitored frequently, especially through telemedicine.
  4. Comorbidities: The presence of other severe conditions like liver or kidney diseases will be considered.
  5. Pregnancy: The patient’s pregnancy status.
  6. History: Any history of severe alcohol withdrawal.
  7. Protocol Adherence: Ability to follow a simple protocol, including tapering and monitoring instructions provided by Dr. Overton.

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