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There’s still hope for those that believe they are trapped and alone as a result of addiction. Many people might believe that with an easy detox treatment, the user may be able to be ‘cured’ from addiction. However, addiction encompasses physical and psychological dependency, both of which can be difficult to overcome. Regardless of their means, age, and career, treatment programs believe that everyone can beat their drug or alcohol addiction. Since many treatment programs creates custom-made plans for each and every one of their clients, they have developed a strong reputation for being able to deal with all kinds of substance abuse than can build a road for recovery.
Rehabilitation focuses on finding the root of the user's dependency. With this, we can offer a variety of treatment options for any individual that is suffering with addiction. A dependency can differ both in mind and body. This means their reliance on substance and alcohol can lead the user to repeat a cycle of self-abuse. Their physical symptoms may include loss/gain of weight, dry lips/skin/hair, color loss in skin, and other sudden biological changes. Psychological symptoms often include change of sleep/mood, such as agitation, insomnia, depression, and suicidal thoughts. Chemistry imbalance can cause the user a sudden change in their biology that can be dangerous and fatal. Since causes of substance abuse are a blend of genetic, environmental, and psychological factors, drug addiction is considered a complicated disease. This renders treatment for drug addiction additionally complicated, so it’s essential for clients to receive treatment from skilled experts who apply medically-proven, evidence-based methods.
What Are Dependencies?
Physical dependency and psychological dependency are two crucial issues to address while in rehab because they are the primary aspects of drug and alcohol addiction. In order for the clients to be healthy and sustain their recovery, both types of dependency need to be treated during rehab. Physical dependency is considered to be a change in the body and brain chemistry caused by drug and alcohol abuse. This can result in physical symptoms of withdrawal if the addict quits abusing drugs or alcohol. Depending on what kind of drug is being abused, the duration of use, the volume used, and the age at which the addict started the use of drugs or alcohol, withdrawal symptoms can range from somewhat uncomfortable to extremely unbearable. However, for treatment to start, many people need to go through detox to help break their physical dependence on drugs and alcohol. Not only will detox assist with the discomfort of withdrawal symptoms, but it is a supervised clinical process that can prevent death. Detox won’t stop the addict from abusing drugs and alcohol, so it is very important take into account that detox is not the same as treatment. We also believe in maintaining a schedule in providing fitness and nutritional care for your body. Keeping busy and focused can open doors of opportunity and can reward you with new skills, and passionate dreams of how to begin a new leaf after treatment
Psychological dependency is when the addict needs to take drugs or alcohol for the reinforcement it provides. This makes the addict feel ‘normal’ or finds a way to cope with a stressful environment. This part of drug and alcohol addiction is extremely complicated and difficult to treat. Psychological dependency can take longer than physical dependency. There are a variety of strategies that rehabilitation makes use of in an effort to treat psychological dependency, the purpose of which is to assist their clients on becoming capable of engaging with their environment without the use of drugs or alcohol. There are conventional methods to treat drug and alcohol addiction, like individual counseling. Including group counseling and step programs that permit professionals to address psychological dependency very effectively. Counselors are proficient at helping addicts on providing choices to work through their addictive behaviors while helping them develop healthier behaviors and coping strategies. It is always important to keep in mind that the hardest part is the user accepting they have a problem with addiction. They may know they have a problem however, the easiest route for them is to ignore the issue and continue this dependency. Psychologically, facing a new challenge can always be nervous and overwhelming. Dependency has become an issue. According to 'The New York State Department of Health', Statewide, over 1.9 million New York citizens (1.77 million adults and 156,000 youth ages 12-17) have a substance abuse problem. We can prevent the well-being of your loved one. We leave no age behind and are also serious in keeping your identity private to avoid any self-image issues.
How Will Treatment Help?
The biggest reason rehabilitation is so effective, is because they make an effort to address the unique needs of each client. According to the National Institute on Drug Abuse, treatment is so much more efficient when both psychological and physiological needs are addressed, and when follow-up programs like group recovery support programs (step programs) are continued as part of a major lifestyle change. With this program, clients live in an atmosphere that will provide them with the best chance for recovery, including stunning living accommodations, fitness center time, healthy diversions, and leisure time.
Success during treatment is often dependent on whether or not they are able to keep away from people and locations associated with their drug or alcohol use. Based off the statistics, the people of New York, NY suffer from a vast number of users. We provide exercises that can prevent relapse and the onset to an urge that can destroy your path. A recovering addict must build a healthy state of mind to decide to keep away from any harmful environments that lead to relapse. Please contact (914) 415-5674 for details about treatment programs, rehab facility locations, pricing, or any questions about dependency in general.