Archive for February, 2010

Inpatient Drug Rehabs for Relapse Prevention

Friday, February 26th, 2010

One of the most difficult factors to overcome with regards to addiction is the physical cravings associated with the drugs.  In more traditional settings, these cravings continue for weeks or months after a person completes treatment.  Despite most 12 step programs claiming that relapse is part of the recovery process, it doesn’t have to be this way.

There are a few inpatient drug rehabs that have non-traditional specialties that help people handle the main reasons for relapse.  Cravings, for example, have been found do be best handled through a biophysical drug rehab.  This is a type of program that uses a very unique and specific protocol for detoxifying a person’s body that helps to eliminate stored toxic drug residues and therefore reduces physical cravings for the drugs.

This incredible procedure is one reason why many people who have been to regular counseling or traditional programs seek out these type of addiction treatment centers in order to prevent relapse.

For more information call 1-800-670-9372 to speak with a counselor who can help.