People tend to see the road to recovery from substance abuse as a linear journey that ends with a clear destination. However, this is often not the actual case. While it is true that the journey to attaining sobriety is complex, the journey after can be just as challenging. Before diving into overcoming the fear of leaving rehab, it is essential to familiarize ourselves with the initial journey.
July 27, 2021
Suboxone addiction is growing in number and the need for specialists who deal with Suboxone detox treatment is a must. Get all the information you need about Suboxone and how to get treated properly with Buena Vista Recovery.
Being scared to go to rehab is a usual scenario in the life of a person with substance use disorder. More often than not, there is a strong doubt preventing an individual from seeking professional help. From social stigma to judgment from family and friends, there are a lot of factors that make going for treatment in rehab a difficult choice. However, with enough support, hope, positivity, and trust, you can convince yourself or a loved one to overcome being afraid to go to rehab and change towards recovery, with a vision of productive life ahead.
July 22, 2021
Substance use disorders (SUD) are already difficult diseases to go through. Sadly, some people struggling with drug abuse also suffer from a behavioral or mental health disorder at the same time. This is called dual diagnosis. If you have been diagnosed with a SUD and a co-occurring mental health issue, your rehab plan should involve addressing both issues as interconnected mental health issues. With that said, here are five things you need to know about dual diagnosis rehab.
Alcohol addiction is an endemic that continues to affect its fair share of victims in our society. It is a disorder that destroys lives, families, and relationships. At some point and left unchecked, it can even claim lives. The good news is that alcohol addiction is treatable. It’s all about having the courage to start and the determination to see it through.