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Drug Rehabilitation Center Livingston

Fear and apprehension are oftentimes the biggest challenges to rehabilitation, which is usually a long and difficult endeavor that will almost always require help from professionals. Getting the appropriate support and professional help, you can overcome your addiction.

At Drug Rehabilitation Program Livingston we have a full spectrum of substance abuse treatment services for participants that come to our rehab center struggling with addiction. Individuals that get dependent on drugs like vicodin, percocet, lortab, heroin, meth and other substances that bring about addiction usually don't know how to stop on their own. We have helped countless individuals to overcome their addiction by means of our extensive rehabilitation methods and recovery principles.

Detoxification

The first step of our rehabilitation program is our detoxification process. After an individual has abused an addictive substance for a regular period of time a physical dependence occurs and takes over. Once dependence or addiction has developed it is often not medically safe to abruptly quit without supervision from a medically monitored detox procedure. Addictive drugs such as alcohol, cocaine, heroin, meth, crack, xanax, vicodin and many others produce a wide range of withdrawal symptoms such as anxiety, agitation, insomnia, muscle aches, sweating, vomiting, diarrhea, cramping, nausea, lethargy and more.

At Drug Rehab Center Livingston we provide the often necessary medical supervision to make our clients as comfortable as possible through the detoxification period. We provide 24 hour around the clock care and support during this crucial first step in the recovery process. Program participants typically say that they feel a renewed sense of hope once they have completed our detox program.

A vital step in recovering from addiction is to realize that you have a problem. An individual who is in denial about their addiction cannot move forward to solving a problem they deny they have. For many people, when it comes to taking a honest look into their addiction problem, along with that requires also to try to figure out why and how it developed in the first place. Addiction often happens when someone starts taking the drug or alcohol to relieve physical and/or emotional pain in order to deal with negative thoughts, feelings, and emotions. If an individual doesn't figure out the root issues guiding their addiction and does not accept help, it will typically be extremely difficult for them to fully recover from their addiction.

Recognizing that you have a problem is an extremely important part of recovery from alcohol addiction or drug abuse. However you also need to have the desire to do what is needed to change it. Taking inventory of the reasons for making a change keep you focused and motivated on rehabilitation. Many find it helpful to write down why they want to put an end to their addiction. Reasons might include wanting to be a better parent, be a happier person overall, to feel more accomplished and successful, repair relationships with family and friends, to be healthy again, or to reverse other negative situations caused by your addiction.

Do not only concentrate and be absorbed on the circumstances and problems caused by your addiction, because focusing too much on the negative consequences of the past can make one feel hopeless. Instead, embrace your future and the recovery process. Think about the great things that are sure to happen when you have recovered from addiction. At Drug Rehabilitation Center Livingston we will help you to embrace your prospects for a new, brighter future. A future fulfilling long lost dreams and goals in your new drug-free lifestyle. You will be healthier, have more energy and enthusiasm, be more secure financially, have stable relationships, be more productive at work, and have time to have fun and explore new hobbies and recreation. Setting aside time to write down these goals can keep you excited and motivated during the rehabilitation process.

Long Term Rehabilitation Plan

At Drug Treatment Program Livingston we know that the number one factor in determining success is whether the person has completely overcome their addiction to drugs and alcohol. Success can only be measured by the patient's belief in their ability to remain sober. Short term rehabilitation protocols typically fall short of this goal.

We feel that it is crucial not to be under time restraints when in treatment. The time that you spend in treatment can provide a lifetime of sobriety, it is well worth the investment of whatever time that it needs. We locate the true issues that may be at the root of the addiction. We will help you to fix the problems that you have created in your life so that you are not filled with disappointment. You will learn life skills, coping skills and relapse prevention techniques so that you are not only sober when when you complete treatment, but know how to stay sober for the rest of your life. We know that you want your life back and we are here to provide you a way to achieve it.

Relapse Prevention

The only person who can change you is you. At Drug Rehabilitation Facility Livingston it helps to be surrounded by a strong support network to ensure your success. That said, hold onto the relationships in your life that are positive and supportive. Conversely, be cautious about maintaining the unhealthy relationships in your life, for example past associates that still use drugs, or relationships with people that make you feel inadequate.

Detoxification is only the initial phase in a long process of recovery at Drug Rehabilitation Facility Livingston; But will also help you to recognize the triggers of your addiction cravings. Anxiety, stress fear, lacking confidence etc. are all triggers for substance abuse. Learning healthy relapse prevention concepts and skills will help you to push away and disregard the urge to use drugs. Our facility activities include exercise, nutrition, drug education, cognitive education therapy, coping skills, life skills, trigger and relapse prevention education and training.

If you have come to realize that it is time to make a change call us at Drug Rehab Center Livingston and we will help you to make that change. Call (936) 230-5846

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