What to Know About Holistic Treatment?

What to Know About Holistic Treatment?

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Here is some good news for those struggling with or affected by addiction. A recent survey has found that 10% of Americans have successfully overcome their drug and alcohol problems. 1 out of 10 may not seem like an impressive statistic at first glance but in real numbers that amounts to around 23.5 million people. If ever you harbored any doubts, this finding should at least offer more hope. Drug rehab works and recovery is very possible. Millions of people have achieved it.

You may have heard some truly amazing stories of individuals who have sobered up on their own. For most people though, finding the right path to recovery requires the professional and comprehensive support that can only come from a drug recovery center.

Holistic Treatment

Addiction is a complex disease, and achieving sobriety is much more than getting through withdrawal. The National Institute on Drug Abuse reports addicted people who get help from a holistic rehab center, and who commit to a lifetime in recovery, are more likely to sustain sobriety.

Holistic pertains to the whole person. Holistic treatment covers every aspect of addiction, from withdrawal and cravings to behavior, mental health, spiritual wellness, family relationships, physical strength, nutrition, and more.

The holistic approach assumes no two addiction stories are exactly alike. Some individuals might self-treat depression or anxiety with drinking. Others might have become addicted to painkillers after back problems or injuries sustained in a car accident. Some start experimenting with drugs and alcohol early in life and find it difficult to stop once early adulthood starts. Efforts to quit fail, and sobriety seems impossibly overwhelming. Holistic treatment addresses all the roadblocks that keep a struggling individual from sobriety.

Holistic treatment begins with medically assisted detox, which makes the withdrawal process safer and more comfortable. It then incorporates psychological and behavioral therapies that uncover the reasons for using and offer relief for uncomfortable symptoms.

Other treatments play roles in sobriety as well, such as the following:

  • Family therapy
  • Self-help support groups
  • Fitness training
  • Relaxing activities play roles

Once inpatient care ends, the holistic treatment program continues to support the recovering addict with ongoing outreach and a personalized support network. Addiction is a lifelong disease. The more willing the individual is to engage in treatment, the better the outcome is likely to be.

Addiction Is a Multifaceted Problem

If you have read books and other materials regarding substance abuse then you know there are a lot of sides to this problem. Drug rehabilitation is effective if it can cover all the bases. Medical doctors, nurses, therapists, counselors, nutritionists, trainers — each of these professionals have a significant role to play in your recovery. Their personal support, as well as expertise, is what you can count on through inpatient treatment.

Drug or alcohol addiction is not merely a medical problem or a psychological problem. It’s both and also involves several other aspects. There are no generic approaches to recovery because every person undergoing the difficulties of addiction has his or her own particular needs, strengths and weaknesses. A customized treatment program is the kind of solution that can lead you all the way to recovery and life-lasting success.

The process of recovery begins with your own willingness to change. To have a successful recovery, there has to be a solid support system in place that will help you make progress to lasting recovery.

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Posted on March 20th, 2012 in Blog


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