Our Reliable and Effective Drug and Alcohol Addiction Recovery program in Alberta is conducted by experienced Dedicated Therapists and by trained staff with years of experience in treating alcohol and drug addiction.
Our coordinated Addiction Recovery system was outlined under the sponsorship of the 12 stage project endorsed by the World Health Organization for Addiction Treatment. By working alongside the patients and by taking a comprehensive approach to deal with individual patient situations we help them with their physical, mental, social and emotional diseases towards Total Recovery.
We rehabilitate our patients with sympathy, love, care and medicinal and mental treatment to help them get over from the impacts of addiction.
Addiction is a condition in which the body must have a drug to keep away from physical and mental withdrawal symptoms. Addiction’s first stage is reliance, during which the search for a drug rules a person’s life. Addiction has a long and potent impact on the brain that shows in three particular ways:
- longing for the drug of addiction
- loss of control over its use
- proceeding with drug abuse in spite of traumatic results
Addiction is perceived as an unending sickness that changes both cerebrum structure and capacity. Generally as cardiovascular infection harms the heart and diabetes destroys the pancreas, addiction affects the mind. This happens as the brain experiences a progression of changes, starting with acknowledgment of joy and ending with a drive toward impulsive behavior.
The behavioral indications and complications of addiction, because of weakened control, can incorporate Impaired Control and Judgment Problems, Cognitive Changes & Emotional changes as underneath:
Impaired Control and Judgment Problems, for example,
Participating in more addictive conduct than the individual proposed.
Extended time lost from work or school.
Proceed with drug use notwithstanding physical or mental results.
Refusal to get help, even after admitting the issue.
Cognitive Changes, for example,
Altered sense of pros and cons of addictive behaviors.
False belief that problems are not predictable consequences of addiction.
Emotional Changes, for example,
Expanded tension, dysphoria and enthusiastic torment.
Circumstances appear to be more distressing than they truly are.
Trouble recognizing and communicating sentiments.