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Drug Rehab San Antonio

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Too many people endure silently and unnecessarily from addiction because they have been told it is meant to be a private secret, or they do not know the way to get help. By using their strength of will alone, many addicts try and fail to stop using, but dependency isn’t an illness that may be overcome with willpower. The skilled substance abuse professionals at Drug Rehabilitation Centers in San Antonio have experience in treating drug abuse kindly and successfully, utilizing scientifically-proven treatment techniques. Contrary to popular belief, dependency is a disease, not a choice, and Drug Rehabilitation Centers in San Antonio believes in treating it as one.

 

What Is Substance Addiction?

 

But if substance abuse isn’t a decision, what is it? Since substance abuse disorders (often called drug addiction, substance abuse, or substance dependency) is a life-long sickness, doctors and counselors think that it must be controlled and monitored, but it can’t ever be ‘cured.’ Many different sicknesses, like hypertension and diabetes, cannot be cured which is similar to substance addiction since, while people do not specifically choose to contract those sicknesses, they often do not work out or choose good foods. So, while an addict may decide to start taking an addictive substance, this substance alters their decision making skills in ways in which remove choice, replacing it with wild and unreasonable desires.

 

Side Effects of Drug abuse

 

Any abuse of legal or illegal drugs, including prescription medication and alcohol, is characterized as a substance abuse disorder. The psychological and social consequences of addiction can be equally deadly as the numerous physiological and medical side effects (disorders of the nervous system, blood-borne diseases, immune deficiencies, multiple organ failure, brain damage, and so on). Substance dependency usually leads to the addict participating in dangerous habits, such as driving while intoxicated, illegal activities, preventable injuries, and dysfunctional behaviors that lead to unhealthy relationships with family, at work, and within the larger community.

 

How Drug Rehabilitation Centers in San Antonio Addresses Addiction

 

Drug Rehab San Antonio, TX believes that addiction to any substance is treatable, including, but not limited to, cocaine, opiates (hydrocodone, heroin, oxycodone), bath salts, marijuana, prescribed drugs, hallucinogens. For instance, an individual affected by addiction to prescription pain medicine may go to Hydrocodone Rehab San Antonio to deal with the specific problems of detoxification from, withdrawal from, and dependency on hydrocodone. To be capable of dealing with such a wide range of addictions, Treatment Programs San Antonio custom-designs a rehab plan for each and every client, taking into consideration their physical, psychological, social, medical, vocational, and emotional situation.

 

Drug Rehabilitation Centers in San Antonio’s recovery group consists of experts that deal with each and every facet of recovery, including assessment, medical care, counseling, education, life skills coaching, drug and alcohol testing, relapse prevention coaching, orientation into self-help and support groups, treatment of mental problems and emotional problems, family education and counseling, and follow-up care. Their residential treatment facility takes all the best possible parts of inpatient care (24/7 supervision and medical personnel and outpatient treatment (introduction to ‘real world’ situations’ and off site support group meetings). While living in beautiful, comfortable residential houses, clients engage in group and one-on-one counseling, behavioral modeling therapy, support group meetings every day, recreational activities, daily trips to the gym, and other social activities. Drug Rehab San Antonio’s recovery experts are available every day for additional information about rehab programs, the consequences of drug abuse, or substance abuse in general.