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Drug Rehab and Meditation

Written on: May 22nd, 2009 By:

Drug Rehab and Meditation

According to Deepak Chopra, meditation should be mandatory in drug rehab. Meditation is the practice of detaching from the perpetual traffic of thoughts to tap into the the consciousness within. At SouthCoast Recovery’in Dana Point, California, we lead clients in the daily practice of transcendental meditation during drug rehab.

Meditation during drug rehab helps relieve anxiety and stress associated with early sobriety. The power of meditation can be proven on a biological level. Studies reveal an actual change at the cellular level in individuals who practice daily meditation. Clarity of thought, quality of sleep, reduced blood pressure and improved reaction to stress are just a few of the benefits associated with meditation during drug rehab.

SouthCoast Recovery is on the leading edge of a movement that considers holistic therapies as complimentary to traditional methods of treating alcoholism and drug addiction. We combine advanced clinical therapy and drug and alcohol counseling with holistic therapies of acupuncture, massage and meditation during drug rehab in order to ease our clients through the initial discomfort of withdrawal into a state of ease and relaxation. At SouthCoast Recovery, we find that through consistent practice of this inner exploration, clients learn to move beyond the emotional and physical stress and find inner peace. This is essential in learning how to deal with the often uncomfortable stages of early sobriety. Clinical therapy and counseling can uproot emotional issues that are difficult to manage newly sober. Introducing meditation during drug rehab allows clients to become comfortable with this practice so they can use it as a healthier means to deal with stress once they leave  inpatient.

SouthCoast Recovery offers 30, 60, 90 day and 6 month residential drug rehab in the scenic harbor town of Dana Point, California. We combine clinical care with advanced holistic processes for overall mind, body and spirit well-being. For more information on how we can help you or your loved one recover from the devastating effects of alcoholism and drug addiction, call today. Professional assistance is available.

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