The great thing about Yoga is daily practice can help the recovered addict to cope with challenging situations and stress.
Another ancient practice used for thousands of years, beginning with the Hindus, meditation helps people find calm, clarity and increased concentration. Research shows how powerful mindful meditation can be to improve various mental health disorders, along with giving relief to those suffering from addiction withdrawal. Being aware and present allows your mind and body to rest and relax, focusing on deep breathing and releasing tension.
Benefits of Meditation include:
As you learn mindfulness through meditation practice, you increase the skills of developing the confidence of your own body’s natural healing ability.
After rehab, it’s important to establish a daily exercise routine to help build up your body and increase your immunity. Your cardiovascular, muscular, and skeletal systems can benefit from exercise and instill a sense of well-being. There are many other benefits to daily exercises, such as:
Some holistic approaches we use for alcoholism include the 12-step program that utilizes spiritual principles that even non-religious people find immensely helpful in their recovery. Other holistic methods we incorporate include health, wellness, nutrition, medicine, daily mediation, mindfulness, and education groups.
These holistic techniques support addiction treatment in several ways:
According to the National Center for Complementary and Integrative Health (NCCIH), 34 percent of adults in the U.S. use some form of complementary and alternative therapy (CAM).
The Joint Commission National Quality Association certifies Steps Recovery Centers, and we believe that you and your loved ones deserve the right care at a price that you can afford, so please contact us today for assistance.
There are effective treatments for addiction, but the first step on the road to recovery is to recognize there is a problem. Sometimes, when a person denies they have a problem, families and concerned friends may stage an intervention for prompt treatment—particularly if the addicted person is harming themselves or others. It’s important to get a physician’s assessment and diagnosis, then a treatment plan can be formulated, whether that means outpatient rehab, inpatient, or at-home treatment.
Rehabilitation often includes medications used to control drug cravings and therapy that can help addicted individuals understand their motivations and behavior, develop better self-esteem, cope with anxiety and stress, and address other mental problems.