Finding relief with treatment
Every year, more and more people succumb to the power of addiction; they isolate themselves, become depressed or ill, act irrationally and increase their chances of overdose. If left untreated, drug addiction will negatively impact every aspect of life and inevitably lead to death. Most people are afraid to admit they have an addiction because they may get in trouble with the law but Drug Treatment Finders is here to educate addicts on how to successfully receive treatment and avoid jail time with inpatient drug rehabilitation.
Signs of Addiction
There are over 42 million people who suffer from drug addiction and sadly, only a small percentage of them seek treatment. For those who do not seek treatment, they will continue to live a life of pain and suffering. Addiction causes problems at work, school and home; families are torn apart and mental and physical health will begin to decline.
Others signs of addiction include:
- Uncontrollable compulsion to regularly use the substance
- Lack the ability to cease using the substance
- Ensuring constant availability of the substance
- Finding any means necessary to obtain drugs, even if it’s illegal
- Falsely believes there are benefits of regularly using the drug
- Engaging in risky and inappropriate behavior
- Extreme weight loss or changes in appetite
- Destruction of dental health
- Impaired coordination and/or speech
- Lack of motivation
- Appears anxious, fearful or paranoid for no reason
- Hyperactivity or agitation
- Unusual smells on breath, body or clothing
- Frequently getting in trouble
- Sudden change in friends or hobbies
If any of these questions, or your answers, make you feel uncomfortable, you might have an alcohol problem and should consider alcohol treatment at an inpatient alcohol rehabilitation facility.
If alcohol disorders are left untreated, they will lead to many negative mental and physical health effects. Alcohol destroys the liver, heart, kidneys, stomach and immune system; it can also take complete control of the brain. Because of its main ingredient, ethanol, alcohol is mind altering and leads to the development of excessive consumption patterns which leads to the development of physical and psychological addiction. The other chemicals in alcohol cause the brain’s natural production of pleasure receptors to cease because it is used to receiving them from the alcohol. At this point, the body will only rely on alcohol to feel their pleasure receptors.
Additionally, your body will become tolerant to your normal intake of alcohol and you will need to use more and at a more frequent rate in order to feel its effects. This will cause you to drink too much and potentially overdose or die.
Drug Treatment Finders believes that the best way to treat addiction is by educating patients, their families and the entire world about the power of addiction. Addiction begins when the body becomes tolerant and dependent on a substance. Overtime, the body will get used to the normal dosage and need more in order to feel its effects. Tolerance causes users to use more, increasing their chance of overdose or they may search for something stronger and kill themselves because their bodies are not used to the dosage. The body will also go into shock when it is not receiving the substance at all; in order to function normally, addicts will need their substance.
Addiction does not always begin when addicts begin to abuse a substance; sometimes addiction can be traced back to family history, as well as genetics. Studies show that those who suffer from addiction carry a similar gene that medical experts believe contributes to addictive personalities. Additionally, those who have multiple family members who have suffered from substance addiction will have an increased chances of developing an addiction themselves. It is important for family members to know that they may have played a part in their loved one’s addiction, which is why the best treatment facilities will offer family therapy during the inpatient drug rehabilitation.
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During the inpatient drug rehab program, patients will undergo thorough assessments of their mental and physical health, a detox process and a series of therapeutic modalities. The physical evaluation helps medical professionals determine whether there are any wounds or noticeable damage to the body that should be treated before receiving drug addiction treatment. During the mental evaluation, patients will have their feelings and behaviors analyzed in order to diagnose any underlying mental health disorders. Therapists and psychiatrists are able to pinpoint psychological disturbances that cause emotional and mental imbalances. Through these assessments, the staff is able to craft a highly individualized treatment program that will meet the unique and specific needs of the patients.
All drug treatment facilities have one goal in mind: to provide the best possible treatments and most effective programs in order to ensure a successful recovery. All programs are scientifically-proven, evidence-based and up-to-date. Because everyone experiences addiction and reacts to treatment differently, drug treatment facilities offer a wide variety of options beginning with a detoxification (detox) process followed by a combination of therapeutic modalities.
The detox process cleanses the body while the therapeutic modalities focus on cleansing the mind and soul. Drug treatment facilities work just as hard as the patients do to ensure a successful recovery. They provide the tools necessary to live a healthy, sober life.
Drug Treatment Finders provide only the best of the best options for every person seeking help for their addiction. We understand how stressful, scary and overwhelming this entire process can be, which is why we offer guidance and support 24/7 online and over the phone. We are here for you whenever you need answers. We can help you take the right steps toward a successful recovery in order to live a life free from the dependence of stimuli. Do not hesitate to seek help and regain control of your life.
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