What are addiction treatment p...

We at Cadabams provide a wide range of services when it comes to addiction related mental health problems. Addiction is a serious mental condition that is complex and often chronic in nature. It affects the functioning and the constitution of the brain and body. Addiction has serious repercussions on relationships, families, schools, work life and […]

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Is Manic Depression Genetic/ H...

Research and studies indicate that bipolar disorder also known as manic depression share a genetic component. The disorder has a higher risk of being diagnosed in an individual if the disorder is/was prevalent in the individual’s family members. However, the mental illness is mainly triggered and shows an onset post a stressful life event. The […]

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Drug Abuse Rehabilitation

Drug abuse causes drug addiction; it is a chronic disease characterized by compulsive need to seek drug irrespective of its harmful effects. It causes lasting changes in the brain. In order to recover and undo effects of drug the individual and his family members must undertake rehabilitative measures. Rehabilitation helps encourage the addicted individual to: […]

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Manic Depressive Disorder

We all experience our share of ups and downs but with manic depression one experiences these highs and lows quite intensely, affecting one’s job and school performance, personal relationships, and altogether disrupting one’s daily living. Bipolar disorder was formerly known as manic depressive disorder. It is serious mood disorder marked by abnormal levels of mania […]

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Manic Depression Symptoms

We all have our bad day where everything seems to get on our nerves and good days where even the devil cannot stop you. But when do these mood states become a disorder? Like manic depression, also known as bipolar, most of the mental disorders can be confusing and difficult to identify as their symptoms […]

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De-Addiction: A Tough Road to a Beautiful Life

road27April]Are you worried about drug addiction? Not to worry! Recovery may seem like an impossible task when you’re suffering from drug addiction. But, it is never out of reach no matter how hopeless your situations are. The road to recovery often consists of setbacks, pitfalls and bumps. Change is possible, provided you undergo the right treatment plan and seek the proper assistance from health care professionals. Under no circumstances should you drop the hope of recovery even if you’ve attempted and failed before.

Drug Treatment Approaches

There is a wide variety of treatment plans and therapies available for drug addiction. Therefore, application of the right addiction treatment program relies on an individual’s requirements. Generally, the longer and intense is the drug usage, the longer and more intense the treatment you may require. Irrespective of a program’s length, the long-term follow-up and support are very crucial for recovery. A quality treatment program addresses drug abuse, emotional pain and other life problems that significantly contribute to your addiction.

Medications Can Aid Treatment

Medications can be used to help an individual to avoid drug consumption, focus on learning, adopting new behavioral skills, avoid relapse and stay in treatment for a complete recovery. These medications act slowly to quit drug cravings and mental agitation. They also help people focus on counseling sessions related to their treatment programs. For instance, buprenorphine can be prescribed by an approved physician to treat opiate drugs like painkillers or heroin. Buprenorphine is useful in the short-term detoxification process which eases withdrawal symptoms and cravings in long run.

Behavioral Therapies Can Make People Right                                            

Behavioral therapies are also effective and can help the patient stay in de-addiction treatment and avoid relapse. The therapies focus on encouraging rational and positive thinking in the patient and coping with cravings. There are four types of behavioral therapies: cognitive behavioral therapy, motivational incentives, motivational interviewing and group therapy. Cognitive behavioral therapy helps people avoid, recognize and cope with situations that lead to substance abuse. Motivational incentives offer rewards for following the treatment properly and attending counseling sessions. Motivational interviewing aims in intrinsic motivation of the patient for a change in behavior. Group therapy takes place in small groups where patients listen to each other’s stories of substance abuse and development in recovery.

Self-help Groups as a Part of Drug Addiction Recovery

If you’re planning to stay away from drugs, peer support groups can be an invaluable source of assistance, guidance and encouragement. Self-help groups can help in maintaining sobriety after completion of the treatment. Such groups provide emotional support helping them ward isolation, fear, and hopelessness.

 

 

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