Why I Should Go Back To Rehabilitation after-rehab

Comprehending Your Recovery Route

Based on whether reuse is just one time or constant, you can decide to enter into a full rehabilitation program.

It does not signify personal or method failure when one goes back to rehabilitation. Don't think of addiction as a problem that can be corrected with a one-time effort; dealing with it is a continuous process.

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. A relapse is always dangerous because after you have stopped using the substance, you can be certain that you have lost the tolerance to the substance. You are highly likely to experience side effects, which will be negative or overdose when you begin to use the substances again.

Acknowledgment of the fact of the recent substance abuse should be considered in addition to your safety and health when deciding to back to rehab.

The 12 stages program and joining support groups is very instrumental in making sure that you don't relapse again. The time taken for recovery will also be shortened if you can overcome some of the temptations of recovering.

Reasons To Need Treatment Again

Admission into rehabilitation facilities might be needed again based on the level of relapse.

You can however recollect yourself and go back to attending the meetings after you had slipped and started using the drugs for a while. Seek support and put the double amount of effort to stay clean. Halt the use immediately and contact those that will guide you once regression has occurred.

The duration and severity of alcohol and substance abuse are the main points in assessment of the need to get back into rehabilitation. A momentary slip and a complete relapse are not the same thing.

  • A momentary weakness or an instance of use can be considered as an isolated case.
  • They try as much as possible no to get addicted again to alcohol.
  • A full relapse is when a user starts using the drug with the same intensity as or greater intensity than before for a considerable length of time.
  • 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 The First Treatment Failed For Me

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. Relapse is really just a looming shadow waiting for the chance opened up by your weakness and indiscretion. A relapse often makes their addiction worse than before for the addict. When someone relapses, they tend to use alcohol even more since they become guilty of failing their efforts and that of others. It becomes harder to stop the more the user indulges in the act of using. A relapse must be considered seriously because a return to drug, and alcohol abuse can have dangerous or even fatal consequences.

It takes daily and constant treatment and discipline because dependence is an illness that lasts for years.

Sometimes it is the best decision to go back to the rehab facility and continue with your medication. If you want assistance in getting to one, you can get in touch with us.

Undergoing Treatment For The Second Time

A patient need to check back to the facility if they have slipped or gone back to the use of alcohol. The strict rules and routines in the treatment facility are very helpful in alleviating your urges and symptoms.

A more rewarding outcome may be achieved by going to a new facility which schedules and activities differ from your last because different schedules have different management values.

One of the techniques that is being used for such cases is the Cognitive behavioural therapy (CBT). This therapeutic process readies the patient in identifying and responding to the triggers and other psychosocial factors contributing to relapse. During your second rehab you can learn ways to dodge and handle triggers.

Learning how to control these temptations is very important and will help you stick to the recovery process for a long time. Mind reflections and regular exercises are some of the ways that you can overcome these temptations. After the completion of the rehabilitation, recuperating users benefit immensely from these techniques.

Returning To Rehab Is Not An Admission Of Failure

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've beaten addiction previously and there's no reason why you can't do the same again.

After experiencing a period of sobriety earlier recovering addicts often completes their second visit to the rehab and becomes even more dedicated to their recovery and determined to sustain the education for a lifetime. Attempting to beat the odds the second time has familiarity and skills at your side.

Contact us on 0800 772 3971 if your family member, friend or you need a place for rehabilitation after regression.