There are a number of articles discussing whether or not drug addiction is a disease with proof provided on both sides. But indisputably, the root of all drug addiction is pain. Those afflicted from the disease of addiction (yes, we believe based on evidence that it’s a disease) are deeply suffering from a great deal of pain like no other. Not everyone starts using and abusing heroin, opioids, benzodiazepines, alcohol or other mind-altering substances because they were experiencing pain, but pain associated with addiction becomes very real, especially when an addict realizes that stopping all drug use on their own seems virtually impossible. Why can’t a drug addict stop using? What is the reason that drug addicts feel a like they are living in a nightmare and that the only way to escape the hell they’ve created is perpetually using more drugs? While there is no immediate answer to this riddle, the good news is, many people have found a solution for ongoing drug use and that recovery is possible.
The Root of Drug Addiction is Pain
Combating drug use is virtually impossible by yourself. But by surrounding yourself with family, friends and others that support you, recovery and developing a new, healthier lifestyle free from the chains of addiction and mind altering substances becomes a very real possibility. How do we know? Because others have succeeded before you and if they can do it, you can too.
You are not the only one in this world to suffer from ongoing drug use and abuse and despite the calamity of ongoing drug use and all that comes with it, many programs, facilities and people have become valuable tools that have been made available to the public. While there is no cure for addiction, recovery is possible and men and women who suffer from it can live a new, healthy life free from addiction and mind-altering substances.
Life Changes Addiction Treatment Center Can Help You Show Love To Addicts
Life Changes Addiction Treatment Center can help addicts discover fun activities free from drugs, alcohol and mind-altering substances again. Life Changes customizes an individual treatment plan and program that’s designed specifically for each client. Treatment also includes working with families and friends and teaching them how to encourage/support/love the addict after initial treatment. Life Changes can help to get the ball rolling. But family and friends play a vital role in the ongoing success of each client after initial treatment at drug rehab.
Our staff is both caring and experienced and provides resources that can produce ongoing support after clients leave. You are invited to our beautiful drug rehab facility in West Palm Beach, Florida. Give us a call at (561) 301-1119 and let us help you get your life back on track.
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