This week, we’re going to look at how to detox your own addiction.
This is a complex process and requires a lot of patience and self-care.
It is a process that has to be carefully considered and the results may be long term.
If you’re looking to detox, this is a list of things you should know before you embark on this.
Don’t just ‘go’ to the rehab facility You’ll have to go to rehab yourself.
Many rehabs will offer you medication that can help you detoxify.
If this sounds too good to be true, you’ll need to check with your rehab team first.
Many rehabilitation centers offer detox packages that include alcohol and other substances.
Some rehabs offer detox kits for people who have drug or alcohol abuse problems.
But there is no guarantee you’ll get a detox package from a rehab center.
Ask for help You will need to ask for help if you don’t want to go through the detox process alone.
Your rehab team may want to help you if you need it. 3.
Make sure you have a clean house This will depend on what type of rehab you’re going through.
Some places will let you clean up your own room, while others may only let you have one room at a time.
But all of these options will require you to make sure your room is clean.
Keep a list The first thing you should do is to make a list.
This will give you a good idea of what you need to do and when.
A list is helpful if you have questions about your addiction, if you are having trouble keeping a routine, or if you’re not sure what to expect when you arrive at a rehab facility.
The more detailed your list, the better.
Schedule appointments to be with your therapist If you don`t have a therapist, you can also schedule appointments to meet with a counselor who is trained in substance abuse treatment.
There are also services available that will help you schedule appointments with someone else.
Do not leave the rehab center if you do not feel well You will likely feel better if you leave the facility.
But if you feel uncomfortable or depressed, ask your team if they can come and talk to you.
There is a good chance you will have to see a therapist again in the future.
Get your own medication If you can’t detox, you may need to use a medication to help get through the process.
If that is the case, talk to your doctor about how you can detoxify without using a drug.
Take a step back You may feel like you’re in control of your life, but in fact, you are only at the mercy of the drugs you use.
If a drug is causing you to become unwell, you need the help of someone who can help keep you on track and provide you with the help you need.
Don`t panic If you feel anxious or nervous when you get to the facility, it’s probably because you have been using drugs or alcohol.
Ask your team what you can do to reduce the risk of relapse and keep yourself on track.
Keep in touch with your team The more you communicate with your friends and family, the more likely you will get a clearer picture of what’s going on.
Keep checking in with your coach, family, and friends.
Get the right medication and support This is not an easy process, but you can take steps to help yourself.
Take your medications and get the help they need.
If your addiction is affecting your work or family, talk with a counsellor.
Find someone to watch out for If you are experiencing suicidal thoughts or thoughts of harming yourself, find someone to help.
Find a support group for people in this situation.
Find out how much money you will be able to recover This depends on your rehab facility and your personal circumstances.
If it’s not possible to pay your debts, there may be a legal aid program you can go to to find help.
If there is, you will need a lawyer to help find out how.
Stay safe You should stay safe.
But be aware of your surroundings and take extra precautions to avoid a situation like this.
Take the following steps: Avoid getting alone.
Talk to people you don´t know or don´T trust.
Don�t use any drugs.
Keep your cell phone charged.
Take care of yourself, including washing your hands, brushing your teeth, and eating well.
Remember, drugs and alcohol can affect your ability to think clearly.
Be careful when driving, using public transportation, or walking on the street.
Stay out of trouble.
Donât leave your friends, family or workplace without permission.
Donôt drink or use drugs.
Donít smoke or use tobacco.
Donát be involved in any form of criminal activity.
Keep track of your medication This will help to