Addiction to drugs is a serious issue. Many people may not realize that they are addicted, while others struggle to overcome the disease on their own. In many cases, the only solution is with drug rehab.
The treatment programs at Drug Rehabs in Detroit begin with medical detox. This is the process of removing the addictive substances from the patient's body. During this time, the person does not have access to the drug and the body begins to adjust to not having it present in the system. Because the body has become used to having the substance present, it suffers withdrawal symptoms. These can be quite severe and even dangerous. At Detroit Drug Treatment Centers, staff members are dedicated to providing the utmost care and support.
One of the issues that people face is recognizing when a person has an addiction. The addict often won't admit that there is a problem or want to seek help. However, family members and friends must learn to recognize the signs to know when help is needed. Some of the signs of addiction include the following:
People who are addicted to a drug will often change their behaviors and spend time with different people. They may avoid old friends and interests where they will be questioned about the changes in their looks, attitudes and actions.
Many people wonder why they can't stop using the drug on their own. The problem is that they often do not understand what led to the drug use or what steps to take to avoid future use. Rehab teaches the addict better ways of dealing with stress and how to avoid triggers that may lead to drug abuse and addiction.
Triggers are things that cause people to crave a drug. These triggers may be a place, person or situation or it may be any type of stress or emotion. In rehab facilities, people learn how to recognize triggers and either how to avoid them or deal with them. This is one of the keys to preventing relapse in the future.
Rehabilitation also helps addicts move through detox to the rest of the treatment plan. Detoxing is only the first phase of treatment, but it is where many people give up. Monitored rehab can ensure that the person completes this step through the use of medications or other treatment methods to reduce the severity of withdrawal.
Once detox is complete, part of the treatment to work on helping patients overcome the issues that led to the drug abuse. This may include group therapy, individual counseling, and other treatment programs. Also provided is relapse prevention to help patients adjust to life after addiction and prevent a return to drug use.
No matter what drug you or your loved one is addicted to or what kind of issues you have, Detroit Drug Treatment Centers can help find facilities best suited for your needs. Call today at (313) 483-3069.