Let’s face it– people who suffer from addiction are never ready to accept they have a problem. But when substance abuse starts showing its ill effects on your life, you need a quick reality check that you need help.
Accepting that you have a dependency is your first step towards recovery. Once you come to this realization, your next step is to get sober. If you are addicted to a substance the best way to get long-lasting results is to explore inpatient care.
Unfortunately, most people do not go for treatment because they are not ready to accept that they are addicted.
According to the 2012 National Survey on Drug Use and Health by SAMHSA, just 10% of people addicted to abuse or substance dependence got treatment.
The most common reason why people choose not to get help is that they feel that their addiction isn’t serious enough. Which then poses the question– Is your Addiction Mild, Moderate, or Severe?
You should receive inpatient care if you say yes to any of the following criteria:
- You experience anger or discomfort if you go without the substance
- You crave the substance
- You experience loss of interest in a conversation or activity when you are without such substance
- You develop a tolerance and need to increase your intake
- You’ve experienced feelings of withdrawal when you go without the substance
- You’re experiencing relationship problems (both with an intimate partner and/or friends and family)
If you said yes to any of the above, it is crucial to seek immediate help.
If you want to get rid of the addiction and get sober, you need the right treatment. Besides eliminating physical dependence, you will also need to address the behavioural problems. From the way you think, feel, and behave, you need to work on all aspects equally.
We suggest getting assistance from a team of professionals who will help you eliminate your physical dependence while detoxing your system from alcohol or drugs. Renova Treatment centre is a boutique inpatient care facility that specializes in helping people recover from their addictions.
To learn more about Renova Treatment Centre please contact us today.