Addiction is a treatable chronic genetic and environmental biochemical brain disease, much like diabetes. It can affect anyone, regardless of age, race, gender, or socioeconomic status. It is not a lack of morality, strength or willpower. It is. characterized by a compulsive need to use drugs or alcohol, even when it has negative consequences on one’s life. With medications, mindfulness, CBT and therapy you can successfully overcome it.
You are not helpless,indeed, sobriety depends on your desire, motivation, commitment to treatment, medications, trust in an expert empathetic nonjudgmental therapist, change in behavior, thoughts, feelings and relationships. Help is as simple as texting or calling 833-811-9111.
If you are unsure about getting treatment for your addiction, it is important to get the information best from online, but be sure to verify the claims. Know that you are not alone. Many people struggle with this decision, and there are many reasons why they may be hesitant.
Some common reasons why people hesitate to get treatment for addiction include:
- Fear of the unknown. Do I have a problem? Do I need to change or stop? Why? What is treatment like? Will it be miserable, exhausting, painful, awful? Will I be able to quit? Will I just fail again? What will I do when I have the urges, the suffering, the needs with no drugs or alcohol to rely on? What will my life be like sober? Most people use to self-medicate their bad thoughts, feelings and memories so it is natural to fear when there is no substance to make them go away. Do I really want to find out? What will happen if I don’t stop? These are all common questions that people have about addiction treatment.
- Shame and guilt. Many people feel ashamed and guilty about their addiction, they can’t live with their feelings about themselves and their lives which can make it difficult to reach out for help.
- Stigma. There is still a lot of stigma associated with addiction, which can make people feel embarrassed or ashamed to admit that they have a problem or be known to be in treatment.
- Home treatment by video telemedicine online has proven to eliminate these and other barriers.
- Lack of support. Some people may feel like they don’t have the support of users, their family, and friends, which can make it difficult to stay motivated to get treatment. Connection with Smart Recovery, NAMI, AA, NA, phone apps like MindShift, CBT coach and 24/7 physician phone support at Overcomingaddictionsllc.com are very effective.
- Cost. Addiction treatment can be expensive, and some people may not be able to afford it. But $63/week costs less than your habit. What is regaining your happy fulfilling life worth? It is important to remember that addiction is a treatable disease with a 75% likelihood of success and there is help available. If you are unsure about getting treatment, it is important to text/call 833-811-9111. Or visit Overcomingaddictionsllc.com They can help you understand your options and make a decision that is right for you.
Here are some things to consider when making your decision:
- What are your goals? What do you really want out of your life? What gives you good feelings- a sense everything is right with your life? Do you want to stop using drugs or alcohol completely? Do you want to reduce your use? Once you know your goals, you can start to research treatment options that will help you achieve them.
- What type of treatment is right for you? There are many different types of addiction treatment available, including inpatient programs, outpatient programs, counseling, telemedicine, medications, and support groups. Consider your individual needs and preferences when choosing a treatment program. You don’t have to spend months in an institution, miss work, travel to a distant clinic, and disrupt your schedule. You get research-proven best results by at-home video therapy on your schedule detox,rehab, maintenance, mental health care by expert experienced therapists at 833-811-9111
- Do you have the support you need? It is important to have the support of your family and friends during treatment. If you don’t have that support, talk to your treatment provider.
- Can you afford treatment? There are a number of ways to pay for addiction treatment, including insurance, government programs, and private pay. It can be as little as $63/week. Far less than the cost of your habit and it’s consequences. Talk to your treatment provider about your financial options. What is the value of your life?
If you are still unsure about getting treatment, it is a good idea to search your options online but be sure to verify the claims.
Here are some of the benefits of getting treatment for addiction:
- Improved physical and mental health. Addiction can have a devastating impact on your physical and mental health. Multiple cancers, accidents, brain, liver and G-I deterioration, anxiety, depression, PTSD, hospitalizations, deficiencies weakness and insomnia all go with abuse., Treatment can help you improve your health and well-being.
- Stronger relationships. Addiction can damage your relationships with loved ones. Treatment can help you rebuild those relationships and create stronger bonds with the people you care about. Legal consequences including loss of children is common.
- Increased productivity. Addiction can interfere with your work or school performance. Treatment can help you safeguard your job, become more productive, reach your potential, be promoted and achieve your goals.
- Reduced risk of relapse. Medication and mental health therapy can help you develop the skills and coping mechanisms you need to stay sober. This can reduce your risk of relapse and help you maintain a healthy lifestyle.
Getting treatment for addiction is a brave decision that requires courage, but it is one of the best things you can do for yourself. If you are unsure about getting treatment, call 833-811-9111. Please know that if you procrastinate and take no action now, your life will get worse, never better. There is effective help and recovery readily available, and you don’t have to go through this alone.