Drug & Alcohol Addiction can happen to anyone and at any age.
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This type of disorder affects a person’s brain chemistry and behaviour making them unable to control their physiological or psychological dependence on a harmful substance. It generally begins with experimental or recreational use and then the behaviour becomes more frequent and debilitating.
Why early diagnosis is important?
It’s important to get an early diagnosis before the dependency becomes crippling and has an irreversible impact on a person’s health and relationships. For effective long-term recovery, it’s important to consult a mental health counsellor who specialises in providing a holistic cure without stigmatising the condition. It’s common for people with dependencies to refuse treatment or be reluctant to see a doctor. Intervention by family and caregivers in these cases can help them move on the path to a speedy recovery.
At Cadabams, we offer several treatment options for getting rid of harmful dependencies. Our aim is to get to the root of the problem and equip the patient with the right tools to fight the disease. We use cutting edge therapeutic intervention, treatments, medications, and alternative techniques to create an effective detox experience.
Some of the methods we follow are:
Chemical dependency programs – These include individual, group, or family therapy sessions, awareness on the causes of dependencies, care and support required to detox from dependencies.
Detoxification – The aim of detox therapy or withdrawal therapy is to slowly help you wean away from harmful substances. It can involve substituting the harmful substances for safer ones.
Behaviour Therapy – Also known as psychotherapy, this involves counselling sessions with our psychotherapist or psychologist.
Self-help groups – You can also join our self-help groups and help overcome feelings of shame and isolation.
We help you walk on the path to holistic wellness by destigmatising dependency and treating it as any other illness. We have over two decades of experience in the Rehabilitation space and thousands of successful recoveries to our credit. Our wellness experts use a number of techniques such as mindfulness, therapy, meditation, and yoga to help you detox.
At Cadabams, we provide clean, modern, fully furnished accommodations with all the necessary creature comforts.
Kitchen and dining hall, laundry facilities, indoor games area, yoga and meditation hall, outdoor games area for cricket, badminton, Round the clock psychiatrist and counsellor support, 24×7 ambulance on demand.
Our everyday menu is curated by Dieticians aimed at providing healthy and nutritious and tasty meals to satisfy everyone’s palate.
Recreation facilities such as TV, sports, gym, picnics and outings and more.
Though relapses are common, good outcomes are dependent on adequate treatment length
Drugs bypass or effect brains functioning in relation to motivation, memory, reward and control over ones
To feel good – to experiment feeling high or different and repeatedly seeking the same
To feel better – to lessen anxiety, worries, fear, depression, and hopelessness
Amphetamines – They are a strong stimulator that affects the central nervous system. Their medical purpose is to treat attention deficit hyperactivity disorder (ADHD) while non-medically, they are used for recreational purposes. Some of the adverse effects of amphetamines are loss of appetite and subsequent weight loss, and sudden upliftment of mood.
Cannabis – Cannabis use can cause anxiety, paranoia and loss of motivation . There’s evidence that cannabis use increases the risk of developing a psychotic illness, such as schizophrenia. Cannabis can cause lung disease and cancer.
Caffeine – Caffeine is a natural stimulant usually found in tea, coffee, and cacao plant. It stimulates the brain and central nervous system and helps you stay awake by preventing tiredness.
Cocaine – Cocaine, or coke, is highly addictive and it can induce fits in otherwise normal people or even heart attack and panic attacks.
Hallucinogens – Hallucinogens produce a loss of contact with reality and an experience of expanded and heightened consciousness. It can induce psychotic illnesses, mood disorders, and anxiety.
Inhalants – Inhalants are a group of substances like solvents, glues, adhesives, aerosol propellants, paint thinners and fuels. Inhalants can cause delirium, dementia, and psychotic conditions.
Nicotine – This is a chemical that contains nitrogen and can be found in several plants, including tobacco. It’s highly addictive and can cause tobacco dependency in people.
Opioids – There are about 20 different chemically distinct opioid drugs in use. Opioid abuse and dependence can cause sleep disorders, sexual dysfunction, psychotic status, and anxiety disorder.
Prescription drugs – These are strong medications that require a prescription from a doctor. They can be of three types i.e. opioids, depressants, and stimulants.
Medication: Specific medicines are prescribed to reduce craving, counteract the effects, control the adverse effects of the dependency on harmful substances and to keep the person motivated from abstinence.