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  1. Inhalant Addiction | Amphetamine Addiction | Cocaine Addiction | OxyContin Addiction

  2. Synopsis Inhalant Addiction Treatment i. Treatment for Inhalant Addiction ii. iii. 4 Ways to Deal with Amphetamine Addiction iv. Amphetamine Rehab Cocaine Rehab is Important for Recovering Addicts v. vi. OxyContin Addiction Treatment vii. Stages of Oxycontin Recovery viii. 4 ways to successfully undergo drug rehab in Toronto

  3. Inhalant Addiction Treatment • Detox Programs  This cleansing program is always the first step that has to be undertaken by most drug victims. This program is accompanied by withdrawal depending on the type of inhalant one has been using. In some cases, withdrawal symptoms may not occur. However, when they are present, there are some medications that can help relieve them. symptoms, which vary • Therapy  Therapy is a very important step that occurs right after detoxification. There is a need to help the patients deal with their cravings and abstain even after their treatment is done. There are different types of therapy types including cognitive behavioural therapy and contingency management. The cognitive behavioural therapy is mostly used in the treatment Centers to help the patients deal with their cravings while the contingency management incentivizes positive treatment outcomes such as excellent medical compliance and e effective abstinence.

  4. Inhalant Addiction Treatment • Is The Treatment Necessary?  After reflecting on your lifestyle and relationship with inhalants, you must decide if treatment is right for you. When you realize that cravings for the inhalant are affecting your personal and professional life, you know that treatment is necessary. There are various types of inhalant treatments explored below. • The Residential Treatment  This is where the patients live together as they get their treatment. This treatment program is basically tailored to enhance support among the patients, enabling them to encourage each other through the whole process. However, this treatment is not only limited to one type of addiction. • Medically Assisted Program  What happens as withdrawal symptoms begin to show? The patients are offered drugs to help curb them. Inhalants are difficult to treat because they are comprised of a diverse range of chemicals; hence, formulating a drug that can help someone deal with all of them becomes an issue.

  5. Treatment for Inhalant Addiction • The use of inhalants for internal use has been proven to be very dangerous in research done with animals and humans, proving that inhalant abuse is extremely lethal. The persistent abuse of inhalants can result in brain and nervous system damage. Some of the damage done to the nervous system is similar to the effects of certain neurological disorders such as multiple sclerosis. If an abuser continues to abuse inhalants they are putting their heart, lungs, liver, and kidneys at severe risk of permanent damage. Extended abuse of inhalants is known to negatively affect mental cognition, movement, eyesight and hearing. The abuse of such toxic chemicals as butane, propane, aerosols, can result in “sudden sniffing death”—this can occur in an otherwise healthy young person after even their first sniffing session. • If you or a loved one is suffering from the effects of inhalant abuse, it is imperative that treatment starts right away. The treatment for an inhalant addict is dependent on the age, gender and length of exposure the person has been inhaling the chemicals, if there are other drugs involved, and if the addict has any of the co-occurring disorders present.

  6. Treatment for Inhalant Addiction • Treatment for a young inhalant abuser may be as an outpatient, in a residential facility, or even at a hospital. For abuser who are suffering any co-occurring disorders, hospitalization if recommended in order to get treatment for these health issues. Once the abuser completes the required treatment there are further therapies that it is recommended they participate in to ensure a complete recovery process. These therapies and techniques include:  Individual, group and family therapy;  12-step education;  Instruction on relapse prevention;  Cognitive and Dialectical Behaviour Therapy (CBT and DBT)  Biofeedback and Neuro feedback  Recreational therapy

  7. 4 Ways to Deal with Amphetamine Addiction • Recognizing the drug use  It might be hard to admit that you are really addicted and even harder to admit that your substance use is out of control. However, recognition may be your biggest breakthrough. After you admit that you have a problem, you will be able to effectively deal with the issue and even make positive strides toward quitting. You will also be able to realize the toll drug use has taken on your life. Acknowledging the problem is the first step to helping you start over. • Getting Professional Medical Attention  Seeking medical advice is the best option for approaching your addiction. Talking it out with a doctor can help you determine the support you need. A doctor can also give you information about procedures as well as personalized, professional recommendations for best treatment centers. With the doctor’s assistance, you will be exposed to different medical options that can help you reduce your use of the drug. Moreover, you are also able to get psychological support, which will help you to view things in a more positive manner.

  8. 4 Ways to Deal with Amphetamine Addiction • Overcoming Initial Withdrawal  When you stop using the drug, you are initially prone to very serious cravings. You can control this though. Ensure that you have control of your environment and that you cannot get access to the drug. Basically, keep away from all known sources, whether it is your friends or even your family members. It is also advisable to identify people who can help you whenever you experience strong cravings. They can be your personal therapist, doctor, or some good friends. Keep in mind that withdrawal symptoms will occur, so you should remain prepared. • Maintain the Positive Trend  Throughout this period, you might have discovered some activities that have a good effect on your well-being. These should be some of the things that you sustain. Stick to healthy habits and ensure you manage your medications accordingly. Stay around people that will help you and also ensure you hold on to the relationships with your counselling group and support group.

  9. Amphetamine Rehab • Amphetamines are a man-made stimulant that accelerates the central nervous system giving the person a feeling of increased energy levels and excitement. This boost in energy level also gives the person a feeling of confidence which increases their ability to focus and gives them an overall sense of euphoria. • Amphetamines were first created in Germany during the late 1800s; but weren’t formally recognized for its stimulant benefits until the 1930s when it was used to for clearing up nasal congestion. • Rehabilitation efforts for an amphetamine addict can prove challenging due to the ways their brain chemistry has been altered by the chronic use of the drug. Relapse is often hard to avoid, because of the strong feelings of depression and displeasure. It is important for users to realize what their triggers are that make them want to use, and to adjust their behaviour to avoid those triggers. Certain therapies are able to do this, therapies such as:

  10. Amphetamine Rehab  Cognitive Behavioural Therapy  Motivational interviewing  Dialectical Behaviour Therapy  Family counselling  Addiction education  Participation in a 12-step program and the support of peers • Once the person who is suffering from amphetamine addiction becomes involved in a treatment program that has an established reputation for helping people with an addiction to amphetamines; they will be able to learn, through established therapy sessions, how to get past the cravings and live without the overwhelming desire to use the drug. During rehab they will also have the opportunity to discuss their fears and anxieties with others who have gone through the same feelings.

  11. Cocaine Rehab is Important for Recovering Addicts • Treatment of cocaine addiction must address several factors including the use of other associated substances like alcohol and marijuana that are often taken with cocaine. A medical professional will provide advice on the best treatment, which depends on the severity of the person’s cocaine addiction. • A treatment will only be effective if the addict is fully into the recovery process. This goes a long way in ensuring thorough commitment and accountability. It is important to note that recovering addicts may relapse and return to their old habits. This will most likely happen if the addict has no accountability partner or family members that urge them to stay on track. • When a person relapses, it is our responsibility to try and remind them why they chose to get treatment in the first place. We should also try to understand why they relapsed and what it is that is driving them to use cocaine. Putting into perspective the benefits of staying clean will go a long way in ensuring that the person stays away from triggers and avoids relapse in the future.

  12. OxyContin Addiction Treatment • During detox of the drug, it is recommended that the person seek a professional to supervise Detoxicification is the attempt to remove the Oxycodone from the person’s body. This is usually best done in an inpatient setting so that medical professionals can monitor the patient and keep them safe and comfortable. During this detox period, the medical provider may prescribe medication to reduce the negative side effects of the process. their detox period. • Once detox is completed, the patient is then referred to various treatment options, which can include:

  13. OxyContin Addiction Treatment  Residential rehabilitation  Outpatient treatment  A mental health/or dual diagnosis treatment • A residential rehabilitation therapy involves the patient living in a setting that involves constant round the clock treatment. The length of time a patient is in a treatment program can vary from several weeks to months. The length is dependent upon how severe their addiction is. • Outpatient therapy is less intense than the residential therapy; however, it does require the patient to complete counselling and therapy sessions to discuss how their recovery process is coming along and ways in which the patient can maintain their sobriety.

  14. Stages of Oxycontin Recovery • Withdrawal stage  This is always the initial stage of recovery for most of the patients. Sadly it is likely impossible to prevent the withdrawal symptoms, but there are a few ways to prevent them. Some people opt to use a cold turkey approach while others opt to use the medical approach. For instance, when a patient experiences muscle pains, they can be offered some non-addictive painkillers to ease the pain. Also, they may be given some sleep medication after experiencing insomnia. • Pink Cloud Stage  After going through detox program, there is a period where the body experiences some feeling of relief with no major cravings and withdrawal symptoms. This is the Pink Cloud Stage. During this stage, the patients believe everything is perfect and they tend to feel that nothing can go wrong. • Back To Reality Stage  The patients are then returned to a reality in which the temptations and cravings are real. They now realize that they have to put in the hard work to ensure that they can stay Oxycontin free. They also now develop the need to discover some more ways to keep themselves off the drugs and maintain the good trend. This is the time they need to burn some bridges and stay away from loved ones who would rather expose them to the drug than help them throughout the recovery system.

  15. 4 ways to successfully undergo drug rehab in Toronto • Get rid of toxic friends  You have already made a decision to get clean. This is only going to be possible if you eliminate friends that you used to engage in substance intake with. It is going to be impossible if you attend a rehab facility and then later hang out with such friends. You will easily be lured back into taking drugs. • Attend Counselling and Therapy sessions  There is a reason why the above sessions are in place. Whether you have been scheduled to attend a single or group session, you should aim to avail yourself. These sessions are usually conducted by qualified professional who will engage with you on practical ways to help you stay clean. • Engage your family  Your family will always want to see you rehabilitated from drug use, no matter how far you have gone. They will always understand and encourage you as you start your transformation. Involving your family will also enable them to make proper adjustments for your sake in order for you to effectively continue your rehabilitation. • Attend After rehab Program  You are now out of rehab, what next? Though you have successfully completed your program, you must be sure to attend all the after rehab sessions. These sessions are meant to follow up on your recovery process and ensure that you are adhering to certain rules. Aftercare monitoring also ensures that you are committed and constant follow up will help you stay on track.

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