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6 Ways Rehab Centers Help You Solve Your Biggest Addiction Problems

Millions of people suffer from addictions without any hope to change and in truth, most are unable to do so without help. Some people just need more help than others. The following are 6 ways rehab centers help you solve your biggest addiction problems.

1.) Safe, Comfortable, and Effective Detox

Fear of withdrawals is one of the biggest addiction problems that keep a person from seeking treatment when they know that their only alternative is to live a negative or destructive and dangerous lifestyle. No one wants to go through the pain and negative experience of withdrawals which ultimately becomes a primary reinforcement to sustained substance abuse in those who are addicted.

A rehab center can help you get through detox in a safe, comfortable, and controlled manner. Some of the most effective detox programs combine medications to ease withdrawal suffering, medical and psychiatric support to maintain safety and provide stability, and compassionate, supportive counselors who foster readiness and encouragement for ongoing recovery participation.

2.) Addressing Multiple Needs

Rehab centers provide access to a variety of services.

Rehab centers provide access to a variety of services.

According to the NIDA, ” To be effective, treatment must address the individual’s drug abuse and any associated medical, psychological, social, vocational, and legal problems.” Those who have become addicted virtually have 3 fundamentals in common:

  1. One or more fairly urgent problems to resolve; a physical or mental health issue that makes their daily life a struggle, social pressure such as an angry spouse, problems with the law, or an imminent threat of something unwelcome such as losing their job, children, or home.
  2. The problems are related to substance abuse although they may or may not be viewed as separate issues by the substance abuser. In fact, the relative addiction severity may only loosely be connected to the severity of the presenting problem.
  3. A degree of ambivalence toward treatment including fear of withdrawals, changes, stigma, repercussions, and/or an overall sense of hopelessness in the outcome.

With the right treatment approaches, a rehab center can help you get to the right people, resources, and services you need to overcome these obstacles and focus on your recovery in an encouraging, meaningful, and healthier way.

3.) Motivating Change

Until recently, the motivations to change were viewed as something one has and not as one does and if they did not have recovery motivations, it was their own fault. One of the biggest addiction problems to solve is getting the addict who looks at themselves as hopeless and unchangeable out of their own way to let someone help them create solutions that are not self-sabotaging.

Today, we recognize that hope is the catalyst to motivating changes which comes about from the belief that recovery is possible. People can and do change. Through counseling and therapies, a rehab center can help you to identify recovery obstacles you need to confront, find the support and guidance you need to make positive changes, and stay motivated to stick with those changes which are essential to recovery success.

4.) Relapse Prevention

According to the Center for Studies in Behavioral Neurobiology, “Even when drugs are unavailable for long periods or when users are successful in curbing their drug use for extended periods, individuals remain vulnerable to events that precipitate relapse.”

A rehab center can help you identify and avoid triggers to relapse, change behaviors and associations with substance abuse, make strategic plans to deal with stress and manage cravings, and learn to live a healthy, satisfied, and productive life that promotes long term abstinence.

5.) Living A Balanced Lifestyle

Health, home, purpose, and community are the four major dimensions that support a life in recovery, according to the SAMHSA. Independence, freedom, accountability, self-sufficiency, safety, physical, emotional, and psychological wellbeing, family unity, employment, and improved social functioning are just some of the most critical areas of life a person needs to manage in order to live a balanced lifestyle.

Rehab centers can help you turn your mess of addiction into a recovery miracle by linking you to the appropriate counseling, services, and psychosocial resources you need to positively reestablish these areas of your life and reach your full recovery potential.

6.) Building Support

Counselors, therapists, and influential others can help you to overcome those internal and external influences that are not in your best interests and learn to decipher the truth in what you need to stay abstinent. Ideally, rebuilding relationships with family is an opportunity that can promote the most effective recovery influences, but, a rehab center can help you solve a lot your addiction problems by getting you involved in group therapies.

A lot of recovering addicts are able to maintain their abstinence through the supportive and encouraging relationships they build with others in recovery groups such as Alcoholics Anonymous (A.A.) and Narcotics Anonymous (N.A.). When rehab centers integrate their programs with these groups, the healing becomes more profound.

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