Meditation and Drug Rehab

The possibility of entering drug rehab can be overwhelming for many people. However, for addicts it is a necessary step and one of the most important you will ever make. At drug rehab, you will have the time to heal and put your life back together. Most people who enter drug rehab facilities often come in with their social and economic life in ruins.

At SouthCoast Recovery's drug rehab center, you will begin to heal yourself and learn how to have better, healthier relationships with friends, family members, co-workers and employers. The most important part about these personal reparations is learning how to have a better, healthier relationship with yourself. One of the best ways to tap into your true essence is through meditation. At SouthCoast Recovery's drug rehab center, meditation is offered as a support in the mind, body and spirit connection to help overcome alcoholism and drug addiction. Other eastern holistic components, such as acupuncture, herbal remedies and massage are used as complimentary methods of treatment.

What is Meditation?

There are various forms of meditation and different ways to practice it. Regardless of the form of meditation practiced, the common goal is inner peace. Inner peace is something that most people in the grip of alcoholism and drug addiction are missing. This inner chaos and distress causes them to fall deeper and deeper into the depths of addiction.

Inner peace paves the way to acceptance of everything exactly as it is in the moment, including one's own self. When an individual is able to reach this place of inner peace, life unfolds in a whole new light. The need to escape or numb through addiction diminishes. Meditation allows an individual to view his or her life from a higher level of consciousness. Tapping into this inner peace will allow for a stronger mind, body and spirit connection and reveal an individual's true essence that has been masked for years by alcohol and drugs.

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How meditation helps in Drug Rehab

Meditation helps at all levels of drug rehab. Individuals entering SouthCoast Recovery's drug rehab center will undergo an initial evaluation to determine individual levels of care at the mental, physical and psychological level. An individual treatment plan is then tailored to each individual. Regardless of an individual's personal history of drug and alcohol use, entering drug rehab can be a stressful experience. Many clients end up in drug rehab because of a loved one, not because they want to be there. In addition, withdrawal from alcohol and drugs can create physical and emotional distress.

The practice of meditation assists in reaching a place of inner calm. Breathing slows and consciousness is centered within. Continued practice of meditation has been shown to reduce stress levels and blood pressure while elevating creativity. Learning how to access inner calm helps an individual deal with the sometimes difficult periods of initial withdrawal and adjustment during drug rehab and early sobriety. Once you learn how to meditate, you will be better able to appreciate these difficult times as periods of growth and remain calm during the worst of it, which is a fundamental concept in meditation and drug rehab at SouthCoast Recovery.

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Meditation and Your Stay at SouthCoast

SouthCoast Recovery offers meditation during drug rehab. We offer 30, 60, 90 day and 6-month residential alcohol and drug treatment programs. Studies show that the longer an individual can commit to drug rehab, the better the odds for long-term sobriety. Learning how to meditate and apply the benefits derived, such as inner peace, calm and a higher level of consciousness, is a valuable tool in staying sober.

At SouthCoast Recovery's drug rehab center you will find that staff members are committed to helping you succeed. We will work with you on an individual basis that allows you to continue to reinforce your recovery as you progress through our drug rehab program. Meditation is practiced nearly every day in our initial 30-day drug rehab program in order to assist you in developing this beneficial practice. We also offer massage and acupuncture therapy in order to help you strengthen the mind, body and spirit connection on multiple levels.

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