Drug Addiction Luxury Treatment

When and why am I a drug addict and in need of drug rehab centers? Mental health issues often go beyond the psychological aspect and deal with the physical wiring of the mind. After long periods of stress, discomfort, abuse, or distress the brain eventually rewires itself to adapt to the events at hand. This might cause a chemical imbalance by which we no longer receive happy chemicals when we should. This is why many people tend to rely on manufactured chemical drugs such as heroin, cocaine, and marijuana, and while these chemicals can provide the mind with a “reward”, the effect they have on the brain and body is a cost that no one should be willing to pay. The result is a drug addiction to the substance!

Drugs themselves rewire our brains because of the immense damage they cause. After several uses, the brain becomes dependent on them and loses the ability to resist them and become addicted. Fighting addiction is a hard process that takes willpower and courage. Our professionals are trained to walk you through this dark tunnel and help walk out of the other side of a new and healthy individual. The treatment plan will help you in overcoming your dependency by detoxifying ‘detox’ your system of the residues of drug addiction.

Our THE BALANCE Inpatient Drug Rehab Center rehabilitation program is designed to minimize the hardships of drug withdrawal. Once drug detox is complete and independence is achieved, our team will help you rewire and retrain your brain so that it regains optimal function. Our drug addiction treatment programs are comprehensive and person-centered to enable you to pinpoint underlying issues that left you exposed to addiction and endeavor to provide you with a lasting behavior change to overcome the unhealthy addictive behavior patterns and replace this with healthier patterns of behavior.

Symptoms of Drug Addict

Drug addiction symptoms or behaviours include, among others:

  • Feeling that you have to use the drug regularly – daily or even several times a day.
  • Having intense urges for the drug that block out any other thoughts.
  • Over time, needing more of the drug to get the same effect.
  • Taking larger amounts of the drug over a longer period of time than you intended.
  • Making certain that you maintain a supply of the drug.
  • Spending money on the drug, even though you can’t afford it.
  • Not meeting obligations and work responsibilities, or cutting back on social or recreational activities because of drug use.
  • Continuing to use the drug, even though you know it’s causing problems in your life or causing you physical or psychological harm.
  • Doing things to get the drug that you normally wouldn’t do, such as stealing.
  • Driving or doing other risky activities when you’re under the influence of the drug.
  • Spending a good deal of time getting the drug, using the drug, or recovering from the effects of the drug.
  • Failing in your attempts to stop using the drug.
  • Experiencing withdrawal symptoms when you attempt to stop taking the drug.

Recognizing unhealthy drug use in family members. Identifying symptoms in teens can be more challenging since they already experience behaviour changes.

  • Problems at school or work – frequently skipping school or missing work, a sudden disinterest in school activities or work, or a drop in grades or work performance.
  • Physical health issues – lack of energy and motivation, weight loss or gain, or red eyes.
  • Neglected appearance – lack of interest in clothing, grooming, or looks.
  • Changes in behavior – exaggerated efforts to prevent family members from entering his or her room or being secretive about where he or she goes with friends; drastic changes in behavior and in relationships with family and friends, long period of isolation on a regular basis.
  • Money issues – sudden requests for money without a reasonable explanation; or your discovery that money is missing or has been stolen or that items have disappeared from your home, indicating maybe they’re being sold to support drug use.