Relapse incidents are common after
addiction recovery. The exact statistics vary depending on the type of addiction, but studies
show that more than half of the people who attend rehab will undergo a
relapse at some point. Do not let these statistics discourage you. While
it is true that relapse occurs after recovery, many people
leave rehab early or call themselves recovered without fully
immersing themselves in the program the first time.
After your initial treatment and abstaining from your addiction for a time,
you may start to believe you are cured. There are so many temptations
and pressures that you simply cannot anticipate in the beginning stages
of your recovery. It is vital for you to stay engaged with your rehab
and see the program through to the end.
Why Do So Many Former Addicts Relapse?
Addiction often develops when someone is unable to deal with stressors
in their life in a healthy way. This is not their fault; mental health
is a severely underestimated concern in the United States, and it's hard
for people to even to realize they are engaging in destructive behavior
until it harms themselves or others. The Blueprints for Recovery rehabilitation
program should help you come to terms with these unhealthy behaviors and
learn how to change your response to something more positive.
As people transition from rehab back to their normal lives, they may neglect
to build a support system. This is a grievous error. Changing behavior
is hard and without someone there to help you when old feelings reemerge,
it can be difficult to resist temptation.
Early signs of a potential relapse include:
- Mood Swings
- Not Asking For Help
- Not Going To Meetings
- Poor Eating Habits
- Poor Sleep Habits
In this program, we prepare you or your loved one for the various circumstances
you may come across that might tempt you into using. Additionally, our
3-phase approach to treatment involves creating support networks outside of our facility
so that our clients always have someone to talk to when they need help.
We understand what it takes to achieve long-term recovery. Call (888) 744-9969
to get started on rehabilitation for you or a loved one.