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Addictive behaviours affect millions of individuals and families every year in India. Most people are unaware of how prevalent addictive behaviours have become in recent years. According to The BMJ, “[I]n India, whose population is just over a billion, 62.5 million people use alcohol, 8.75 million use cannabis, two million use opiates, and 0.6 million use sedatives or hypnotics." In addition, "Seventeen per cent to 26% of these people can be classified as dependent users who need urgent treatment.”
Samarpan Recovery offers evidence-based treatments to help clients recover from their addictive personality and behaviours.
Researchers have not pinpointed a precise cause of addictive personality. Brain chemistry, social factors, and environment contribute to mental health and a person's ability to cope with stressors. Untreated substance use disorder (SUD) can lead to other maladaptive behaviours like gambling or internet addiction.
According to the International Journal of Preventive Medicine, “One of the precursors of behavioral addiction is the presence of psychopathologies such as depression, substance dependence or withdrawal, and social anxiety as well as a lack of social support.”
Addictive personality can have many causes. No single thing causes people to become addicted to a substance, routine, or behaviour. In most cases, multiple factors play a role, including:
Childhoods trauma, abuse, or neglect
Lack of positive social support
Family history of substance misuse or mental health disorders
Lack of access to mental health support
Relationship issues, workplace stress, academic pressure, or other stressors
Death of a loved one or other major life events
Some individuals may experience changes to their brain chemistry that make them more susceptible to developing addictive personality. People with less social support or fewer life skills may have a higher risk of SUD and co-occurring mental health issues.
Early intervention, diagnosis, and treatment can reduce the severity of symptoms and ensure clients receive the support they need to heal. Family members and community health professionals should know the signs of addictive behaviours. The symptoms and side effects exist along a spectrum, meaning every case looks different. However, many people who struggle with SUD or behavioural addiction experience the following:
Inability to stop the unwanted behaviour
Sleep disturbances, including insomnia, nightmares, or oversleeping
Appetite changes leading to noticeable weight loss or gain
Extreme mood swings
Unusual shifts in energy level, including cycles of exhaustion and high energy
Physical side effects, including nausea, headaches, muscle pain, bowel issues, and general body discomfort
Loss of interest in previously enjoyed activities
Many people struggling with addiction cut themselves off from friends, family, and acquaintances to avoid feelings of shame, regret, or guilt. Treatment ensures they learn healthy ways to interact with others and manage their condition.
Clients in recovery often have friends or family that have never been educated on mental health or addiction. Samarpan Recovery uses evidence-based methods to help clients overcome challenges in recovery. The clinical team also works with families to help them support their loved ones during treatment.
Community education is vital to reducing stigmas related to mental health and addiction recovery. The clinical team at Samarpan Recovery offer educational consultations to individuals and families in the local community. People have an opportunity to learn more about the rehabilitation programs and the values practised at Samarpan Recovery, including:
Client autonomy and collaboration
Transparency in treatment
Honesty and integrity
Family involvement in treatment
Culturally relevant and personalised treatments
Samarpan Recovery prioritises community education and client engagement to reduce the prevalence of misinformation and stigma. The clinical team have created a thriving community of staff and peers.
SUD and behavioural addictions require different types of treatment. However, integrative care is the cornerstone of addiction treatment. Clients often benefit from a combination of psychological therapy, physical exercises, nutritional counselling, and peer support to heal from the effects of SUD.
Treatment options offered at Samarpan Recovery include:
Individual and group psychotherapy
Alternative holistic therapies
Peer support groups
Life skill development
Treatment plans are tailored to the unique needs of each client. The care team carefully monitors progress and adjusts the treatments as needed to help clients establish and maintain emotional stability and long-term sobriety.
Professional addiction and mental health treatment is the best way for clients to overcome addiction-related issues. Samarpan Recovery offers a continuum of care that ensures every client receives the level of support they need to heal and establish practical coping skills. Indian families can collaborate with the care team to determine the best ways to help their loved ones recover from addictive personality and behaviours.
Finding a healthy path forward allows clients to thrive as they move through the various levels of care. The clinical team uses evidence-based and alternative holistic methods to ensure clients can access the tools and resources they need to achieve long-term sobriety.
Addictive behaviours have many potential causes and risk factors. However, early intervention and professional mental health treatment remain the most effective options for individuals struggling with substance misuse or behavioural addictions. Addiction can affect relationships, careers, academic progress, and a person's ability to function day-to-day. Professional mental health treatment and rehabilitation services allow clients to learn healthy ways to manage and cope with their condition. Samarpan Recovery uses comprehensive assessments to determine what treatment options will provide the best results. Our dedicated care team ensures that every client has access to the resources they need to heal and become a functioning member of society. To learn more about our programs and services, call +91 81809 19090.
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