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Detoxing Within a Rehab Centre
When you attend rehab, you will begin your treatment with a detox program. This is designed the flush away all of the negative toxins that take over your body during the addiction.
Before your detox begins, you will undergo an initial assessment to make sure your body and mind are ready for adjusting to life without drugs or alcohol. Once your assessment is complete, a detox plan will be made and you will start the treatment right away.
During the course of your detox program, you will be observed by medically trained staff who are on hand to give out prescribed medication as and when necessary. This is because detoxing usually comes with a number of terrible side effects. The prescription medications can help to relieve some of the symptoms of these withdrawal side effects.
The Importance of Group Therapy Sessions
When in rehab, you will take part in a number of different types of therapies. One of those therapies is group therapy.
Group therapy is a highly effective type of treatment for addictions to drugs or alcohol. Group therapy allows you to discuss the issues you have with addiction with other people who are also struggling with the same issues.
This allows you to confide in others and provides you with a safe space where you can create a supportive network. You can accelerate your learning during these sessions as they give you the opportunity to learn from other people’s experiences.
The Benefits of Drug and Alcohol Rehab
If you are struggling from an addiction, rehab is the best option for making a full recovery. There are so many benefits to attending rehab, we thought we’d break it down for you. Below is a list of the main benefits of a drug and alcohol rehab:
A huge benefit of rehab is the structure it provides. Clients in rehab will take part in a number of daily routines as well as counselling sessions that help to keep you as engaged as possible and to eliminate any chances of becoming distracted from your recovery program. Clients will also be given time to socialise, relax, and chat to other clients.
Addicts tend to develop behaviours that fuel their addiction and discourage healthy habits. To replace those devastating habits, routine is very important. The structure of rehab allows you to maintain a balanced lifestyle with the main priority being your recovery from your addiction.
Various Treatments and Therapies
Addiction will affect you mentally, physically, and psychologically. With this in mind, therapy is an important part of recovery. It gives you the opportunity to learn all of the emotional triggers that keep your addiction going. It also allows you to learn some healthy coping mechanisms.
Below is a list of some of the different therapies that you can expect to take part in during your time in rehab:
- > Behavioural Therapy
- > Motivational Interviewing
- > Cognitive Behavioural Therapy (CBT)
- > Integrative Approach
- > Community Reinforcement and Family Training (CRAFT)
- > Eye Movement Desensitisation and Reprocessing Therapy (EMDR)
- > Multidimensional Family Therapy
- > Rational Emotive Behaviour Therapy (REBT)
- > Contingency Management
- > Dialectal Behavioural Therapy (DBT)
The treatment that you have in rehab will be dependant on the type and severity of your addiction.
Safe and Supportive Environment
Another one of the biggest benefits of rehab is the safe and supportive environment that it provides you with. In rehab, you’re surrounded by people who fully understand what you’re going through.
Rehab also gives you the opportunity to connect with other addicts who have also suffered in the same way you have. Having these supportive people around you provides encouragement and gives you the chance to help other people who are overcoming their addictions too.
Nutrition and Health
When someone is an addict, their body can become deprived of many of the key nutrients and minerals that it needs to stay healthy. Your meals in rehab are specially curated to provide you with all of the key minerals and nutrients that your body needs to allow for recovery.
Exercise is also an important part of rehab. You’ll have access to a number of different exercise programs that help to keep your body strong and your mind clear. Exercise is great for improving your mental health. This is incredibly important for anyone who wants to overcome their addiction problems.
A major benefit of attending rehab is that you’ll have access to medical support 24/7. This can be very beneficial to anyone who suffers from severe addictions. Those in recovery are vulnerable to a number of different health issues – particularly just after stopping taking the substance they’re addicted to.
During this early time of recover, it’s likely that you’ll experience a number of negative withdrawal symptoms. These can be dangerous as your body starts to adjust to life without substances. The constant access to doctors and care workers can help you to feel safe during this time of your recovery.
New Habits and Goal Setting
Many people who have struggled with addiction struggle with self-care and self-control. Rehab helps you with self-care by aiding you in setting goals and sticking to them. Accomplishing goals can give you a great sense of worth and make you feel great.
Your rehab goals will focus on objectives that work towards your health and well-being, as well as you spiritual and relationship goals. The new habits that you learn when you’re in rehab will help you stick to your sobriety after you leave the rehab setting.
One of the most beneficial parts of rehab is the ongoing support that you’ll receive after you leave rehab. You’ll take part in an aftercare program that focuses on helping you stick to your recovery goals and also help you to avoid any chances of relapse further down the line.