Drug Rehab for Lubbock Residents
Drug Rehab Center for Lubbock Residents
Drug addiction has been taking over the lives of Americans across the nation. Many turn to drugs, originally, as a means to connect with others socially through recreational use or experiment to see what the hype was all about. Others turned to drugs as a means to cope with the trials and tribulations that life throws your way. While looking for a quick escape from the challenges of life, many unexpectedly fall victim to the highly addictive components and become entrenched in an addiction that they didn’t see coming. A quality drug rehab for Lubbock residents will provide its patients with therapeutic support that will enlighten you on what has been driving your addiction further. Rehab is a comprehensive process that will have you carefully examining your emotions of the past and present that impact your impulses to pick up drugs and get high as a way to escape.
Our highly trained and qualified counselors will use various methods of treatment to help you heal from your past traumas and emotional turmoil that has impacted your ability to remain sober from drugs. Drug addiction is a complex disease that has many moving parts that impact your addictive behavior. Using one treatment modality won’t give you the emotional and physical breakthrough from addiction you are looking for. It will only just scratch the surface of your recovery. Your addiction has grown over time with many aspects that have added another layer to the multifaceted drug addiction you are experiencing. The Resurgence approach gives our patients a comprehensive drug rehab plan that will peel back each layer of their addiction to allow them to fully heal.
As you engage in your individual and group therapy sessions, our expert counselors will utilize treatment approaches that will provide you with the emotional awareness that will lead you to self-actualization. Through treatment modalities of Cognitive Behavioral Therapy (CBT), Rational Emotive Behavioral Therapy (REBT), and Dialectic Behavioral Therapy (DBT), our counselors will support you in gaining awareness of the effect of your emotions, thoughts, and behaviors that impact your drug addiction. Many residents of Lubbock are able to identify emotions on the surface such as expressing “I am mad” or “I feel sad”. However, the ability to look deeper into our emotions and see the negative impacts they can have on our ability to cope and manage uncomfortable or unpleasant feelings is not a common practice for many living with drug addiction. By the end of your drug rehab, you will be able to identify problematic thinking and behaviors and learn ways to reframe your thoughts and actions to lead you to healthy choices. As you continue with therapy, you will learn how to feel emotions, recognize emotional triggers, and learn how to effectively process unpleasant emotions that won’t have you turning to drug addiction as a crutch and way to cope.
A common theme for most people experiencing addiction is the overwhelming feelings of loneliness and shame. Active drug addiction creates a cycle of negative self-talk where you convince yourself that you aren’t worthy of others’ love and care because of the things you have done in your addiction. These feelings of shame about actions you have taken in your addiction can cause individuals to distance themselves from loved ones for fear of rejection or feeling inadequate to receive their love and support. As you distance yourself from the ones who care most about you, you create an isolating environment for yourself that only fosters further drug use as you look for a way to relieve these feelings and escape from your current reality.
When you enter into your rehab program, you will feel the difference in the Resurgence experience. We believe that a key element of a healthy recovery is building a strong, supportive recovery community. Our expert counselors and staff understand the depths of emotions that go along with addiction because most of our staff have experienced addiction themselves. You want to know that the people you are going to for support and guidance truly understand your experiences. As you engage in individual and group therapy sessions, you will be surrounded by counselors and patients that have all experienced the throes of addiction. Your story is unique but, quite often, the emotional connotations associated with addiction remain the same for most living with drug addiction. You will have comfort in knowing you are not alone anymore in your journey. Our hope is that you will create long-lasting connections that you can take with you even after you complete your drug rehab program.
When Should I Seek Treatment At A Drug Rehab Facility?
For many residents of Lubbock, you know that your drug use isn’t a healthy choice but you also wonder if you really need to seek treatment for yourself. While some users face severe life-changing repercussions from their drug use others may feel that they have been able to manage the responsibilities of life while active in their drug addiction.
Chances are if you are asking yourself if you need to attend drug rehab, you know deep down that it is time to address your drug addiction. Commonly, when we are aware that our life has become problematic or our drug issue is becoming an issue, we will ask ourselves if we “really” need to go to treatment.
Others may know that there needs to be a form of intervention for their drug addiction but are wondering if they need consistent support from a residential rehab facility. Often, we talk with our patients about the importance of building a solid group of support around you that is working towards the same unified goal-sobriety. Coming into inpatient drug rehab will give you the wraparound support of our counselors and patients that want to see you succeed in your recovery journey. By removing yourself from outside distractions and putting yourself into a safe, secure space you will feel able to open up to the therapeutic process for optimal healing.
Inpatient drug rehab gives patients a structured routine that, often in active drug addiction, becomes non-existent. Learning life skills and relapse prevention tools all while being under the consistent care of our compassionate staff will only serve to solidify your success in sobriety.
If you find that your drug addiction has become a growing concern or overarching thought in your life, it may be time to reach out to one of our caring staff who will get to know your individual story and
Common Signs of Drug Addiction
Drug addiction is a progressive disease. Each person experiencing drug addiction can exhibit different signs that their drug use has become problematic. The ranges of symptoms and signs can go from mild, minor changes in behaviors or physical health to severe, life-threatening behaviors or health conditions. Our hope is that by gaining an understanding of the signs of addiction, you can intervene early and get help before your drug addiction progresses.
Common signs to look out for indicating a drug addiction are:
- Participating in high risk behavior
- Lack of interest in activities that once brought you joy
- Poor job or school performances
- Engaging in criminal behavior to obtain drugs
- Rapid mood swings
- Needing to take more drugs to get the desired effect
- Inability to maintain personal hygiene
- Injuries occurring while high
- Obsessive thinking about obtaining drugs
- Stealing money, borrowing money to obtain drugs
- Mental health conditions exacerbated
- Lying about drug use to those close to you
- Conflict with loved ones due to your drug use
Drug Detox for Lubbock Residents
For many suffering from drug addiction, the thought of drug detox brings up concerns and questions about what the process will look like and how they will feel. Each person that enters into detox will have their own experience and symptoms of withdrawal. Depending on your drug of choice, the symptoms you experience will be different. An opiate user compared to a stimulant user will have different detox and withdrawal experiences.
Many wonders if they should detox on their own before coming into a drug rehab program. Resurgence encourages Lubbock residents to attend our medically supervised detox to ensure that their safety and comfortability are maintained during your detox process. There is potential for uncomfortable symptoms that our doctors can provide medication for to ease the severity of your symptoms. More often than not, as you go through detox you will feel strong urges for your drug of choice. Our physicians can provide medication that will ease these cravings and keep you focused on your recovery goals.
The length of time you will be in detox will depend on the individual symptoms you experience. Usually, patients will be in detox for 7-10 days. We typically see our patients experiencing the height of their symptoms between days 3-7. However, this is dependent on different variables such as how long you have used, the frequency, and the quantity you have been taking. Regardless of the length of time, it takes you to detox, our caring medical team will be with you every step of the way to have you tapering off drugs comfortably and safely.
If you or a loved one are struggling with drug addiction, don’t hesitate to reach out to the experts at Resurgence Behavioral Health for the best drug rehab! #drugrehab #Lubbock #resurgencehttps://t.co/BaBSj3ibpM
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