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Is Returning To Rehab A Good Decision

Comprehending Your Recovery Route

Your current status determines if you should undergo rehab again, for instance if you've had a momentary lapse of control, just one-off slip, you probably don't need to go back to rehab, but if you're back to using drugs regularly, the answer is yes.


The recovery process does not become unsuccessful if you go back to rehab. One must regularly decide to adhere to the process of rehabilitation because the battle against dependence is not one that can be won in a day.

Recovery is a challenging process as some people tend to go back to the use of alcohol and drugs just after getting out of the rehab. The effects of alcohol can be severe when you stop and go back to the use again.


Health reasons and relapse are the some of the factors that cause people to go back to the rehab facilities.


Understanding these statistics is essential and addicts who are starting life afresh all over again are encouraged to protect their sobriety by utilising support services for aftercare and the 12-step programs. 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. However, if a relapse has occurred, it is extremely important to stop using the substance and obtains help right away.


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. It is important for you to be able to keep a good head and identify an isolated case and a relapse.

  • 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.
  • A relapse is an entirely different and is a serious event in which the individual returns to a pattern of drug or alcohol abuse, which can last over a period of days or weeks just like they were doing earlier.
  • Avoidance of support system previously put in place like support groups, 12 step meetings and supervisors occur frequently in regression.

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Why Treatment Did Not Work For Me The First Time

Most times, regression shows that the management needs fine tuning and not that there is total failure of the therapy. Relapse is really just a looming shadow waiting for the chance opened up by your weakness and indiscretion. Sometimes, a user starts using the drug more intensely in a relapse than before. 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. These feelings along with other factors contribute to a more challenging predicament that the patient undergoes. A relapse must be considered seriously because a return to drug, and alcohol abuse can have dangerous or even fatal consequences.


To come out of addiction, continuous effort needs to put.

Going back for rehabilitation can be lifesaving despite the fact that it is an uncomfortable decision. We are more than willing to help you find the best options for your therapy, so contact us today.


The Second Stint Of Rehabilitation

Rehabilitation from alcohol or other substances should be sought immediately if you regressed. In order for the person have no contact with substances and to regain discipline, one should restart rehabilitation instantly.

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.

Cognitive-behavioural therapy [CBT] is a commonly used mode of therapy to deal with addictions. Learning about reactions to some initiators both living and non-living factors that promote the urge to use alcohol and other substances is one of the importance of CBT. During a return visit to a rehab information about how people can respond differently to these triggers and how to avoid them completely is something that can be learned and can also be worked upon.

Taking a look at the events or emotions which may have triggered the relapse and learning how properly to deal about these issues in the future are also extremely important. Achieving a state of relaxation via meditation, breathing, and other techniques help the patient in dealing with stressors. All these practices can provide recovering addicts the help, they need to manage stressful situations after the treatment program has ended.


Utilising Rehab For A Second Time Does Not Mean You Failed

It takes commitment for someone to go back to the rehab after a relapse and such efforts need to be commended. This means that a person is really interested in living a clean life and they are ready to do what it takes to achieve that.

You have picked yourselves before earlier, and you just need to do it all over 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. To accomplish a sustained abstinence, re-doing rehabilitation after regression is recommendable.

Contact us on 0800 246 1509 for help in case you or someone for whom you care much has relapsed, so call us today.