Getting Back On Track To Recovery
A relapse is a stage which is a part during the recovery process. Relapse could happen, but you can treat it as a setback rather than a failure.
There is always a probability that one will regress irrespective of the effort, adherence and devotion dedicated to rehabilitation.
Feeling great remorse and shame after relapsing is common. Rather than the continuous struggle against dependence and the temptation to reuse, one may opt to cave in.
National Institute on Drug Abuse pegs relapse around 40% to 60% among recovering patients.
On the contrary, you should be looking forward to using a relapse as a tool for learning and should clarify your relapse prevention plan and identify the triggers which are the cause of the relapse. The next phase of recovery will be efficient when you identify these factors.
Relapse And The Reasons For It
It is saddening that regression happens after attainment of abstinence for a period of time. There is usually that urge to return to the use of drugs when someone has become clean for sometime.
You can overcome this feeling when you identify the factors that make you to be tempted.
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An upcoming relapse may exhibit some signs, which can include the following
- Not Being Serious About Your Sobriety
- You are at an increased risk of a relapse if you do not have a firm commitment to lifelong sobriety.
- In order to succeed you must be prepared to put in the hard work that is required to stay sober.
- Going for counselling sessions and registering with the 12-step programs is one sure way through which you can effectively recover from the addiction.
- Zero Support System
- A sober individual who has recently completed his or her recovery program to have a solid support network from the very onset because this can prove to be the difference between continued recovery or relapsing back into addiction.
- Finding a positive helpline is very crucial to your success.
- Pious direction by reflection or piety should be craved, 12-step therapy should be involved in and answerability to closed one ensured.
- Disinterest In Stopping
- In order for satisfaction of closed members and not because of true dedication is why some addicts start their regimen.
- It is quite easy for someone to go back to drinking ways if they were not committed to the being sober in the first place.
- Not Having A Plan After Being Sober
- It always helps to have a plan or a roadmap on how to go about daily when you will have left rehab and make the transition.
- A few factors like a broken household, bad companionship, loneliness and deleterious habits are to be noted as hindrances to abstinence.
- Your recently found abstinence need precise detection of the initiators for its preservation.
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What To Do After Relapsing
On the other hand, you must go back to rehab if you are taking drugs regularly.
Upon reaching a decision regarding the treatment you should provide deeper emphasis for the therapy and in particular, cognitive-behavioural therapy [CBT] which has proven successful in teaching recovering addicts new behavioural responses to distorted thinking. In addition to the improved emphasis on Cognitive Behavioural Therapy, you can also supplement other therapies like music, yoga, and even exercise routines.
Deciding whether redoing rehabilitation is the initial part. If it was an isolated incident, and you have a commitment never to let it happen again you may not be required to go back to an inpatient facility.
When you enter rehab after experiencing a relapse, stronger emphasis should be on helping you to smoothly transition back to real life. Admission into conducive surroundings where one can be held responsible and answerable, in the initial periods when one is more prone to regression, is the finest choice. You should also continue taking therapy at an outpatient facility after completing rehab.
Reach Out For Help That You Need
You should take heart from the fact that help is readily available in case you have relapsed or think you might relapse. In order to abstain for a long time, a management plan individualized for you is what you should seek.