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Withdrawal symptoms effects to addiction patients

Withdrawal symptoms effects

Withdrawal symptoms effects to addiction patients has become the biggest impediment to drug addiction recovery

Withdrawal symptoms effects to addiction patients: The complexity in the emotions

Problems of substance abuse can be easily addressed if certain obstacles like denial, drug craving, relapse and all the withdrawal symptoms effects are addressed professionally. Ideally the effects of withdrawal symptoms to addicts has for a long time been the reason why many addicts often ignore the need of seeking for help even if they are not denying their situation. Experts at AWAREmed Health and Wellness Resource Center have consistently been championing for prevention of misuse of drugs so that people do not find themselves into situations where the fear of dealing with the withdrawal symptoms become a bigger challenge to the point of neglecting treatment and sinking back into the habit of substances abuse. We spoke to doctor Dalal Akoury a veteran addiction expert of several decades and also the founder of AWAREmed Health and Wellness Resource Center a health facility whose primary objective is to transform each and every individual’s life through increasing awareness about health and wellness and by empowering individuals to find their own inner healing power.

As we are going to be discussion in a short while withdrawal symptoms are all about emotions and that is why doctor Dalal Akoury’s practice are tailored, professional and focusing primarily on personalized medicine through healthy lifestyle choices that deal with primary prevention and underlying causes instead of patching up symptoms. Many people and health facilities have not helped in the fight of this scourge of addiction owing to luck of experience and professionalism in there undertaking with addiction clients. It is because of this reason that doctor Akoury formulated this facility to make a difference in the way addiction treatment is administered. You can therefore schedule for an appointment with her on telephone number 843 213 1480 so that you can have a one on one sharing with her about all your addiction concerns and I can assure you that your life will never be the same again.

Withdrawal symptoms effects to addiction patients: The power of cocaine addiction

In the meantime it is important to appreciate that the problem of withdrawal symptoms of cocaine are emotional and never physical as many may think. If this has been your way of thought, then it must be registered to you that there are no physical withdrawal symptoms from cocaine addiction, and that is why people sometimes trick themselves into thinking they aren’t addicted to it (cocaine). I’m not physically addicted to cocaine are common sentiment many people use, but the truth of the matter is that there is no physical addiction and non-physical addiction to substance, all we have is just addiction which occurs all in the brain. Nonetheless doctor Akoury is of the opinion that even though there are no physical withdrawal symptoms, it is important to appreciate that cocaine being a stimulant is still satisfying all the criteria of addiction. Because of its nature of addictiveness, many people have difficulty controlling how much they use and because of that they literally continuing to use it even though it has negative consequences to their life  and that of their loved ones. According to the experts at AWAREmed Health and Wellness Resource Center under the able leadership of doctor Dalal Akoury, there are several emotional withdrawal symptoms of cocaine and the following are just but a few:

Doctor Akoury is registering that many at times withdrawal do occur because an individual’s brain works like a spring when it comes to addiction. In other words, drugs and alcohol are brain depressants that push down the spring. That is to say that they suppress your brain’s production of neurotransmitters like noradrenaline. What that communicates is that when you stop using drugs or alcohol it’s like taking the weight off the spring, and your brain rebounds by producing a surge of adrenaline that causes withdrawal symptoms. And that explains why withdrawal symptoms are one of the greatest challenges when it comes to drug addiction recovery.

Withdrawal effects to addiction patients: The complexity in the emotions

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Substance relapse and withdrawal complications

Substance relapse

Substance relapse and withdrawal complications can be prevented if the right things are done from the beginning

Substance relapse and withdrawal complications: Treatment approaches for drug addiction

When the first obstacle of denial is contain and both direct and indirect victims consent that there is a problem that needs fixing, you can always say that this marks the beginning of the recovery journey. It is much easier to enroll an individual who is ready to be helped and knows why he or she is going through the rehabilitation process that one who is still rooted in denial and non-acceptance of the real situation in his or her life. Nevertheless up on defeating the problem of denial, treatment can now begin however, much as we would wish that it be smooth all the way, this is not always the case says doctor Akoury. Along the way there will be other obstacles relating to the withdrawal symptoms and relapse which can occur at any time during and even several years after rehabilitation.

Substance relapse and withdrawal complications: The many dimensions of drug abuse and addiction

In the meantime, because drug abuse and addiction have so many dimensions that rearranges and disrupt so many aspects of an individual’s life, treatment is not often very simple. The point is that for an effective treatment program of this condition, it is necessary that the approach given be typical and accommodative thereby incorporating many treatment components with each component being directed to a particular aspect of the illness and its consequences. The objective of any addiction treatment must always be clear that it must help the individual stop using drugs, maintain a drug-free lifestyle, and achieve productive functioning in the family, at work and in the society. In spite of this says doctor Akoury that because addiction is typically a chronic disease, ordinarily people cannot simply stop using drugs for a few days and be cured? Therefore in many cases, ideally most patients will require long-term or repeated episodes of care to achieve the ultimate goal of sustained abstinence and recovery of their lives. That is why the problem of relapse and withdrawal symptoms are always a major threat to recovery process. That is not to scare you of anything but just to inform you that when such happens, it is not the end of the road for you. Relapse is normal and when it happens, the most important thing is how you quickly pick the pieces and bet back on ruck.

Finally just to instill the spirit of hope in you, whenever you fall to the temptation of cravings it is very important that you pick up and seek for help in the event that you are being overwhelmed. Remember that the doors of AWAREmed Health and Wellness Resource Center under the able leadership of doctor Dalal Akoury, are always open for you anytime any day. All you need to do is to make a phone call to doctor Dalal Akoury to schedule for an appointment and your concerns will be addressed professionally and timely.

Substance relapse and withdrawal complications: Treatment approaches for drug addiction

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Addiction habit formation and relapse triggers

Addiction habit formation

Addiction habit formation and relapse triggers are often driven by emotions

Addiction habit formation and relapse triggers: Drug craving and withdrawal

In many peoples’ minds addiction is a habit which is very difficult to disassociate yourself with once it settles in your body. There are several factors that supports this description including denial and relapse among many others. Therefore when people make effort of quitting their addictive life styles whether it is drug use or addictive activities, the problem of withdrawal often becomes a great challenge. If you have been there, you will agree with me that withdrawal is such an unpleasant experience that you wouldn’t want to repeat since it serves as a serious influence and a motivator to get back to your old habits. When this finally happens (getting back to your addiction), it becomes much more pleasurable to the victim even as the consequences of addiction sink further. And because of its pleasurable nature, it even becomes more rewarding and therefore it is bound to be repeated again and again. Some drugs, such as alcohol and opiates, have withdrawal effects that are both physical and emotional. Other drugs or addictive activities may primarily involve around emotional symptoms. This characteristic of addiction occurs because of several changes in the brain and for that reason we want to focus our discussion on the habit formation, craving, withdrawal, relapse triggers addiction with the help from doctor Dalal Akoury MD a veteran expert in addiction who is also the founder of AWAREmed Health and Wellness Resource Center.

Addiction habit formation and relapse triggers: The extended amygdala

Doctor Akoury explains that as drug use or the addictive activities escalates the involvement of various brain regions associated with our emotional state also increases. Therefore the brain region that is most often associated with our emotional state is the extended amygdala. Experts are of the opinion that, this area of the brain plays an important role in addiction because of its association with emotions and stress. And like we had mentioned previously that addiction and stress are closely related, we are going to be looking at the two progressively as we progressed into the discussion.

When one is stress, emotions are triggered and if the victim is also into drug use, the risk of suffering several health complications becomes high. These risk can be very fatal and if not addressed timely, can cause death. This is what doctor Dalal Akoury and her team of experts at AWAREmed Health and Wellness Resource Center wants to help your address. Stress and substances must not bring you down in anyway. If you are going through situations that are stressing your life, we have a solution for you. In the same way if you are struggling with drugs and addiction habit formation is becoming your way of life, we will help you overcome all your fears including relapse triggers, cravings and withdrawal symptoms. All you need to do is to let us know by scheduling for an appointment now for the commencement of your treatment program.

Addiction habit formation and relapse triggers: Drug craving and withdrawal

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True withdrawal from heroin addiction

True withdrawal

True withdrawal from heroin addiction is not very easy but we have hope that it is not impossible

True withdrawal from heroin addiction: Quitting addiction may be difficult but not impossible

Many drug users are not willing to stand out for a true withdrawal from heroin addiction because of various reasons. But that does not change the fact that this drug is dangerous. In fact the little euphoric moments are just for a moment but the consequences are for a life time if this habit continues. Given an opportunity to choose between life and death in your sober state of mind would you opt for life or death? I persuaded that you will settle for life like all of us will. Through this article, we want to look at some of the true withdrawal from heroin addiction to help you be ready to face any challenges that may come with your noble choice of quitting. To help us get the facts right, we are going to be talking to the experts at AWAREmed Health and Wellness Resource Center a heath facility formulated by doctor Dalal Akoury primarily to offer lasting solutions to all drug addicts across the globe among other health complication matters.

Actually there is no secrete concerning the true withdrawal from heroin addiction because much has been written about “cold turkey” and the huge trauma of getting a heroin addict off the drug. Doctor Akoury acknowledges that withdrawal can be very difficult, but she is also very quick to register strongly that it is only difficult but not impossible. It therefore means that when there is the willingness and determination, freedom from drug addiction can be realized with a very short time. She says that at AWAREmed Health and Wellness Resource Center up on scheduling for an appointment, her team of experience experts will in the most professional way help you to first come to terms with this disturbing condition. They will also work very closely with your loved ones because in this journey everyone is a victim with just small differences in the intensity. Elements like “Clucking” or “cold turkey” is characterized by unpleasant symptoms such as sold sweats, nausea, confusion and intense craving and those are some of the areas that we will help you cope with. Nonetheless it is also very important to note that some of these symptoms are not necessarily physically dangerous.

True withdrawal from heroin addiction: The beginning of withdrawal effects

When you have enrolled for treatment our team of experts will evaluate your individual conditions to determine the degree or the magnitude of the problem before commencement of a tailored treatment designed specifically to address the root cause of your individual addiction problem. This will help significantly in fast trucking the recovery process. We are determined to getting you back on your feet and pick up the pieces of your life back and live it to the fullest. And as this treatment process gain momentum, it is equally important to appreciate that the withdrawal effects are likely to start around eight to twenty four hours after the last dose. This will be accompanied with some symptoms similar to flu aches, chills and sweating, sneezing, yawning and muscular spasms. These effects take a week or two to subside but feeling of weakness and loss of well-being can last months. Psychological dependence can be even harder to overcome than physical dependence. As a possible candidate for treatment, it is very important that you are well informed of these challenges and contain with them because they form part of the withdrawal process. If you are not adequately informed, these can lead you into losing the treatment momentum.

True withdrawal from heroin addiction: Quitting addiction may be difficult but not impossible

 

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Addiction recovery process is never easy

Addiction recovery process

Addiction recovery process is never easy and breaking its chain need real time commitment to the process

Addiction recovery process is never easy: Embracing love to teenage addicts

For some times now we have been following up on a story about the rough road of quitting heroin addiction in the previous article and for sure life as an addict is not everyone cup of tea. There is no peace in drug addiction and even during addiction recovery process you will still experience very strange things happening. In more than two decades of her medical practice in the line of addiction, doctor Dalal Akoury MD met this client and who recovered from heroin addiction the hard way. In her introduction in the previous article we show how she become homeless from time to time, running out of cash and wasting her life in less valuable activities. We want to further the discussion with a view of using this story to impact positively in the lives of many young people and also to seek for lasting solutions.

Addiction recovery process is never easy: Being homeless

At one point during the stay with my friend the story continues, I got word that my parents were coming for a vacation in the neighboring country and this trip could not have come at the right time. After being accommodated all this while, my friend had just given me notice that her roommate needed the couch for her guests who were visiting with her soon. This would have meant that I was going to be homeless again. The good news to me is that my parents were not just coming for me to have a roof over my head, but also at a time when the addiction healing process was picking up well. And so to play safe, I told my parents that I will be joining them for the vacation but am down with a very bad flu and needed a place to crush for sometimes.

Even though I was making this lie, my parents knew the truth because they had seen me go through it several times in the past even though they never commented about it. And with the assurance of getting accommodation and the love of my parents, I threw away all my bags and needles and headed to join them. I spent the next few weeks there shacked up in their bedroom, sleeping on an air mattress and refusing to leave the room. By and by the physical pain started to recede paving the way for mental anguish to hit like a train and this time I couldn’t move. I cried a lot struggling to hide the real thing from my parents but it was pointless and I just didn’t care.

Realizing that I’ve been diagnosed with bipolar, I figured what is the difference between this and a depressive episode, anyway? So I rode it out like anyone else. So many things crossed my mind including suicide but I just didn’t have the strength to follow through with any of my half assessed plans. I thought about trying to find dope in this city however hard it could be but I was so depressed that the idea of trying to get out of bed was exhausting enough, let alone getting dressed and leaving the house. Besides, I had no money and I knew my parents didn’t trust me so what was I going to do? Steal money? Forget it. I didn’t have the strength. Are you following how addiction recovery process comes at a price? Why wait to this point if you can easily be helped by doctor Dalal Akoury who is just a phone call away? Choose wisely today.

Addiction recovery process is never easy: Embracing love to teenage addicts

 

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