Recognising The Road To Staying Clean
Based on whether reuse is just one time or constant, you can decide to enter into a full rehabilitation program.
The process of withdrawing from drugs has not been unsuccessful neither have you failed when you go back to a rehab. It is important to carry on and consider it as a part of the challenges on your way to total recovery.
Many people relapse when they just come out of rehab, but a large percentage of them are able to overcome their momentary relapses and stay drug free for life. It is important to note that relapse can be very harmful to you will suffer the side effects and impacts of the substance once again.
Your health and safety have an important role to play within your decision to return to rehab and this information should be primary on your mind.
The 12 stages program and joining support groups is very instrumental in making sure that you don't relapse again. Knowing how to address a relapse promptly is imperative to stay drug-free for life.
When Do I Consider Submitting To Therapy Again
The severity of your condition for the return to substance abuse will determine whether you need to go back into rehab or not.
If a slip occurs it is very vital that you open up to your sponsor or counsellor so you can be offered assistance in coping. Acknowledgment of the event is key so you can start in enlisting the help and support to avoid another instance from happening. Halt the use immediately and contact those that will guide you once regression has occurred.
Two methods can be used to determine whether you are a fit case for a rehab again. The duration of your drug or alcohol abuse and the intensity will need to be evaluated in the determination to be completed. A momentary slip and a complete relapse are not the same thing.
- Abuse of a drug shortly, within 24 hours, is what characterized a "slip".
- When a slip happens, the person understands the risk he or she may have taken and stops using the substance before sliding back into an addiction all over again.
- There are some people that get back to full use of alcohol and this is what is known as a relapse which has far more consequences that a slip.
- It is common to notice people isolating themselves, skipping the 12-step program and avoiding their sponsors during a relapse.
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Why Treatment Has Not Worked For Me The First Time
Falling into a relapse is not a sign of failure of the treatment plant; it just means the present treatment strategy needs to be recalibrated. It is not difficult to fall back into old habits because it is quite common to respond to cravings, boredom, triggers and doubt. Users get more deeply dependent on the substance than before during regression. It is the feelings of shame and guilt, which provide for the impetus to drive the substance abusing behaviour with the sole intention to number any uncomfortable emotions. Recovery becomes difficult when the person continues to use a substance regularly. Because of the grave and sometimes fatal effects of regression, it should be treated with urgency.
The disease of addiction is a lifelong problem, and therefore, it must be controlled actively and managed every day during the recovery.
Going back to rehab is not an inviting proposition but it can be a life-saver. If you want assistance in getting to one, you can get in touch with us.
Rehab For The Second Time
If you are clearly in a relapse situation, returning to a treatment facility is a no brainer. It is extremely important to get back into a treatment program fast. The actions taken will immediately cut off the access to the substance and help the individual to regain control over their recovery.
One important method is to make sure that they g back to a rehab that has complete approach to the one they were in before.
Dependence is often treated by Cognitive behavioural therapy (CBT). The factors that cause people to relapse back to the use of alcohol are studied on this program. People are trained on how they can overcome some of the temptations and avoid relapses.
Identifying underlying emotions or events that have caused you to relapse is important to prevent any future relapse. You could very well have a requirement to find new methods to deal with the stress and explore techniques of relaxation such as deep breathing, meditation and yoga. Once you are out of rehab, doing these things can help you stay clean and avoid the triggers.
It Is Not A Failure If You Start Rehabilitation Again
Returning to rehab is not a backward step on the road to recovery but a forward step and one which shows your commitment to stay sober. The key takeaway is you understand how dangerous addiction is and how valuable life is to throw it away by continuing drug abuse.
You are bound to be successful in your effort to fully recover.
The addicts are always more committed to the process the second time they report back to a rehab and always recover during this phase. If you have decided to go back to rehab after a relapse, you can rest assured that you are obtaining your best chance of achieving a long-lasting recovery.
You can get in touch with us on 0800 246 1509 if you are looking for a treatment centre for yourself or for close person who is addicted.