Having an understanding about whether you need to begin the process of recovery all over again will depend on whether you have reverted back to your old habits or have fully relapsed and are using substances once again regularly.
The process of withdrawing from drugs has not been unsuccessful neither have you failed when you go back to a rehab. One must regularly decide to adhere to the process of rehabilitation because the battle against dependence is not one that can be won in a day.
Many people relapse when they just come out of rehab, but a large percentage of them are able to overcome their momentary relapses and stay drug free for life. A relapse is always dangerous because after you have stopped using the substance, you can be certain that you have lost the tolerance to the substance. You are highly likely to experience side effects, which will be negative or overdose when you begin to use the substances again.
Your own wholeness and security is utmost in knowing whether to go back or not to rehabilitation.
Understanding these statistics is essential and addicts who are starting life afresh all over again are encouraged to protect their sobriety by utilising support services for aftercare and the 12-step programs. Keeping a good sense of awareness in taking the needed steps once you have relapsed is also very helpful.
If the relapse is severe, undergoing rehab is recommended.
In the event of a slip, you can easily get back on the right path by having a meeting and discussing the slip with a sponsor or a counsellor to avoid the triggers. It is imperative that you seek out the support and double your efforts to remain sober. In case of a relapse, seek help right away.
The intensity and duration of your relapse determine if you must undergo rehab again or not. A momentary slip and a complete relapse are not the same thing.
Most times, regression shows that the management needs fine tuning and not that there is total failure of the therapy. The temptation to go back and use alcohol is normal. A relapse often makes their addiction worse than before for the addict. It is the feelings of shame and guilt, which provide for the impetus to drive the substance abusing behaviour with the sole intention to number any uncomfortable emotions. These feelings along with other factors contribute to a more challenging predicament that the patient undergoes. A relapse is a serious issue, as returning to abusing drugs has severe consequences.
The disease of addiction is a lifelong problem, and therefore, it must be controlled actively and managed every day during the recovery.
Going back to rehab is not an inviting proposition but it can be a life-saver. If you want assistance in getting to one, you can get in touch with us.
A patient need to check back to the facility if they have slipped or gone back to the use of alcohol. In order for the person have no contact with substances and to regain discipline, one should restart rehabilitation instantly.
A more rewarding outcome may be achieved by going to a new facility which schedules and activities differ from your last because different schedules have different management values.
No other therapy is so widely and successfully used to treat addiction than cognitive behavioural therapy. Learning about reactions to some initiators both living and non-living factors that promote the urge to use alcohol and other substances is one of the importance of CBT. At the second attempt at rehabilitation, avoidance and harmless feedback to these initiators are discussed.
Learning how to control these temptations is very important and will help you stick to the recovery process for a long time. Mind reflections and regular exercises are some of the ways that you can overcome these temptations. After the completion of the rehabilitation, recuperating users benefit immensely from these techniques.
It takes commitment for someone to go back to the rehab after a relapse and such efforts need to be commended. He or she has realised the dangers of falling back into addiction and valued your life to bring in a positive change. This is the matter which gains importance at this stage.
You have picked yourselves before earlier, and you just need to do it all over again.
Having achieved sobriety for some time, drug users show better commitment and stronger intent during their second stint not only in rehab but also after leaving it so that they can remain sober for life. To accomplish a sustained abstinence, re-doing rehabilitation after regression is recommendable.
If you or a loved one has relapsed and needs help finding a treatment centre, please call us now on 0800 246 1509.