There are numerous ways for reducing the percentage of lures although it is hard to stay away from them after therapy for dependence is completed.
Your life can turn around if you decide to seek assistance to break your reliance on drugs. Just as mustering your courage in undergoing treatment, your focus in staying clean and resisting the urge depends on your commitment to getting well.
Although it can really be daunting, fighting off the urge requires an iron will and you are good to go as long as you stick with your recovery game plan.
Resisting drug or alcohol shortly after treatment is the first step on the road to recovery and the struggle has only just began with one or two victorious resistance to temptation.
Treatment situation is the defining step of recovery from addiction, the balance of future planning depends on it. To control and keep away possible provocations, dependence retrieval counsellors work with patients to inspect the provocations that caused the compulsion and deal with them while attending the course of the therapy program.
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Although most triggers are common among addicts, there are few that are specific to some patients only. Common ones:
You can get to the root of this problem and identify a solution to it if you can seek the assistance of a counsellor.
Patients can start getting clean starting residential therapy programs which have a highly organized surrounding. That is the reason strategic discharge plan for continued therapy program outside the environment is critical to prevent relapse in unstructured surrounding.
Great effort is needed to make the plan effective and achievable in case of eventuality. Trust, cooperation and open communication with the psychotherapist or counsellor are key to crafting an effective recovery/relapse game plan.
The situations brought about by the shift from rehab to a real-world environment can be anticipated and a good plan can be developed out of it. Your resolution to stay sober one day at a time forms a solid foundation during relapse prevention program.
A solid and structured plan will include:
Regardless of all the planning you put into this, there is still the possibility you can go back and relapse on the substance. If this does occur, do not think of it as the end of the road to recovery - instead use it as a learning curve, figure out where you went wrong and fully understand how hard the task a head will be, have more determination, get more support. Falling into relapse does not mean you have failed, keep on trying.