Physical dependence on drugs or alcohol is an actual disease that requires the assistance of a highly trained team of addiction specialists to treat the condition and ensure that one has all the tools needed to begin a successful recovery. Lincoln, NE Drug Treatment has a deep understanding of the effective steps to take to maintain sobriety.
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The physical, emotional and psychological need for drugs or alcohol is not just a "bad habit" that is difficult to stop. As you increase the use of a substance for a sustained period of time, your body undergoes changes to accommodate the alcohol or drug and cannot tolerate the withdrawal when you abruptly stop using the substance.
The cravings may become intolerable, and the symptoms of withdrawal will incessantly urge you to begin using the substance again. Successful recovery includes a safe detoxification, a plan for living sober and strategies to prevent relapse.
Going cold turkey, even if you have the support of your family, is a short term solution. Without the proper intervention and assessment from a facility such as Lincoln Drug Treatment Centers, you will not have the tools you need to stay sober and successfully participate in outpatient treatments.
Withdrawal from drugs or alcohol does not have to be painful or unbearable. Through specialized medications that are designed to minimize the effects of stopping addictive substances, withdrawal takes place slowly and over time.
The abrupt cessation, or detoxification, of certain substances and alcohol may be dangerous and result in serious health concerns. Titration, or slow withdrawal in increments, is provided by Lincoln Drug Treatment Centers Nebraska for safe and medically monitored drug and alcohol detoxification.
Addiction recovery treatment is offered in structured and effected programs that meet the needs of each unique individual. Substance abuse is complex. Many factors contribute to this condition. Underlying issues of depression, mental health or chemical imbalances of the brain may be precursors to addiction. It is imperative that you are monitored and treated for the issues that may contribute to your substance abuse.
For those who suffer with depression, substance abuse may begin for self-medicating purposes. The emotional turmoil and physical discomfort of depression may be relieved by alcohol or other drugs of dependence. The person continues to self-medicate with higher doses as their tolerance increases. Over time, the body becomes physically dependent on the substance, and stopping its use produces unbearable physical, psychological and emotional distress. Do not risk repeated relapse. Give a call today at (877) 804-1531 to get started on your journey towards being clean and sober.
Structured outpatient programs provide recovery help and typically meet on weekdays. For those who have family, work or school commitments, day programs may provide the support you need to obtain a successful recovery. However, depending on the severity of your addiction, you may need medical assistance for a safe and effective detox.
After discharge from a residential program, Lincoln Drug Treatment Centers offers After Care meetings to allow you to discuss the success or concerns of your relapse prevention plan with peers. Call (877) 804-1531 Now.