From my own experience and talking to friends who have suffered alcohol or drug addiction, I have found most people have different ideas when it comes to undergo detox rehab. Actually and having passed fifteen years since year 2000, there is still loads of horror stories regarding rehabilitation clinics that make people feel afraid to try them out, kind of thinking in detox treatments involving one stay at the health facility where an evil doctor is going to tie us up to a bed. Opposed to those myths, today there are two types of detox treatments that are equally effective whatever your addiction is. Inpatient attention, which means you are going to stay at the health facility during your rehabilitation, and outpatient service, involving your visit to the rehab center but not necessary staying there. Similarly, rehab centers offering inpatient attention are not the dreary place in the imagery of people who fear to stay at a detox center, but comfortable facilities offering resort-like services or a similar to a spiritual retreat. Have you any experience to share with us about your inpatient or outpatient detox experience? Think would be worth we discuss a bit on this topic to shed some light on it, don't you think?