OCD Symptoms

OCD Symptoms- It is normal, on occasion to go and double check the things that we all missed or not remembered. For instance, checking ‘the door is locked or not’, ‘checking pocket for a wallet’. But what if this loop keeps repeating for ‘n’ number of time. This medical condition is known as obsessive-compulsive disorder […]

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12 Steps of Alcoholics Anonymo...

Are you in search of the best recovery process for yourself or for your close one to come out of Alcohol addiction? You are not alone. It is possible with 12 Steps of Alcoholics Anonymous programs. What are these 12 step programs helping quit alcohol and how do they work? Alcoholics Anonymous is a process of […]

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Obsessive Compulsive Disorder ...

Obsessive Compulsive Disorder is a chronic disorder that is characterized by feelings of fear, unreasonable or obsessive thoughts such as a person feels the need to repeat a task like washing his/her hands repetitively even when it is unnecessary or arranging the objects over and over again. This can even lead to severe OCD that […]

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What is OCD?

What is OCD behavior!- Nation Institute of Mental Health states that about 2 percent of the population currently suffers from OCD- Which is comparatively higher than the individuals who are suffering from other illnesses such as schizophrenia, bipolar and ADHD. Researchers believe that both environmental and neurobiological predispositions collectively play a vital role wherein the individual […]

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Types of Addiction

Anything taken to an excessive level can result in addiction.  The types of addiction range from the substance like alcohol to behaviors like gambling. Dependence can be both emotional and behavioral.  Common symptoms are seen in addiction: Numerous failed attempts to stop the behavior Withdrawal symptoms Lack of Control over the intake Risk-Taking Behavior Being secretive about their addictive […]

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What is a drug rehab like?

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Choosing the best drug rehab.

Choosing the best drug rehab for your spouse/ child or loved one for alcoholism, substance/ addiction and behavioral addiction issues could be a task. With vast variety of institutes and their respected information available now days on the Internet it should be easy enough to pick about any rehab. But in actuality it is a very important decision to make and one must take time and consider options. Being able to find a rehab who’s addiction recovery program encompasses with one’s individual preferences and circumstance is a crucial understanding as this further on helps the likelihood to have a more productive rehab experience.

Residential addiction treatment program require individuals with addiction to live at the rehab center for the duration of the treatment process. Recovery addicts stay their for a period of time and are encouraged to focus on their recovery. The success rates at residential facilities are quite promising. Most programs cater to specific needs of the patients from adjusting treatment to catering to the needs at any point in the recovery. Life skills course, counseling sessions, group therapy, and other recreational activities are included. Several residential programs are included from holistic programs to gender specific programs, teen rehab programs and even religious and philosophical programs are also catered to.

Here are a few things that you must ask yourself before you choose a rehab:

  1. What are the goals of the program?

Different programs expect different results. Some programs consider a person who keeps attending meetings and having medications. While others consider an individual completing their 30-day program is a success. Hence making sure that the goals of the program is in sync with the service that you expect.

  1. What kind of result expectation do you have from a Rehabilitation?

You must check and make sure that service you receive is the one you came for. Have a consultation with the counselor or psychiatrist or psychologist and make sure that the program meets your goals.  An important way of knowing this is by asking a rehab program how they measure success of the patient and what that success rate is?

  1. Is the program a short-term or long-term one?

A short-term program is the one that focuses on detoxification and can only help the individual through the withdrawal, people who have responsibilities at home and whose family members can keep them only for 30 days opt for the short-term one. The long-term program is the one that focuses on detoxification, which is a dedication comprehensive program that is for 3 months or more.

  1. How is the quality of the program with respect to hygiene and cleanliness?

One must make sure if the program offers good quality of hygiene and cleanliness as this is essential for the better treatment of the patient’s recovery to sobriety.

  1. Does the Rehab promise instant cure or something else that seem unrealistic?

Rehab programs that assure instant cure, you must reconsider. As there is no such thing. Hence it is important to make sure that you educate yourself before of their ‘promised’ way of treatment.

  1. Does the rehab have certified medical staff at all times?

It is extremely important to have certified medical staff trained in rehab care and if are available at all times, around the clock.

  1. Do they have good qualified nurses?

Ask the program if the nurses are certified in rehabilitation nursing.

  1. Does the program have patient care coordinator?

Ask if the program offers care coordinators, who could help coordinate services needed at home and with insurance benefits.

  1. Check or ask for the institute if or not they are licensed or accredited.

In India, the accreditation or the certification process for rehabilitation program is generated from the Rehabilitation Council of India (RCI).

  1. How the program plans on with the treatment of addiction?

Ask the program of their treatment plans and how will they go about with the procedure. Mostly the psychiatrist, clinical psychologist and the counselor play an interactive role in deciding the treatment plan.

  1. Ask if the program’s treatment substitutes another drug in place of what the person was previously addicted to?

Most of the programs while treating addiction use a substitute for recovery. For example, a person recovering from addiction to drugs like heroin or prescription painkillers. The goal here of this program is not to create sobriety but to reduce the harm by giving the individual a prescription substitute.

  1. Are those substitute drugs addictive or harmful?

Some of these drugs could have side effects and knowing about these side effects could help you make better decisions for yourself or your family member. By asking the program what medications they use and why.

  1. Does the program teach the individual life skills to support sober life?

Life skills teaching is an extremely important as the individual might feel good as they leave a rehab program, but they might get tempted to use drugs or alcohol again. Poor coping styles as a result of stress would encourage them to succumb to old habits. Hence it would extremely helpful if the program could include teaching the individual life skills to support sober life

  1. Does the program cater to outpatient care post rehab?

Ask if the program caters to outpatient therapy and home care for recovered individuals. This may help them manage sobriety and prevent relapse into alcohol or drug addiction.

  1. Does the program take genuine efforts to helping and encouraging the individual to make better recovery?

Getting admitted in a rehabilitation program that have the entire medical staff helping and facilitating the individual undergoing a treatment is extremely essential as one is expected to stay in a rehab facility and hence the staff of the program then acts as an active support group for the individual. So making sure that you or your loved one is in good hands with respect to facilitation is extremely important.

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