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Inpatient drug rehabIf you are living with drug addiction, you may need professional help to heal and recover. If your addiction is severe, you may benefit from an inpatient program. Inpatient drug rehab is the most powerful of all the addiction treatment program styles and offers a chance for you to break the addiction cycle.

To decide if this is the right treatment for you, you must understand how inpatient drug rehab programs work.

What Happens During Inpatient Drug Rehab?

Before you can enter into the “flow” of an inpatient drug rehab program, you must first engage in detox. Drug detox helps the body cleanse itself of the harmful toxins found in drugs and alcohol. During this process, you may experience a number of withdrawal symptoms, but when detoxification is complete, you should be healthy enough to continue on with the remainder of the program.

Drug addiction counseling is the next step to recovering from your addiction. Counseling and therapy make up the lion’s share of your day during inpatient drug rehab.  This is where you will have the chance to talk openly and honestly about your addiction with counselors, fellow patients and family members.  Therapy can bring about a real breakthrough, teaching you how to respond more positively to the triggers that bring about drug abuse in the “outside world.”

Following these two stages, you will then engage in aftercare. Aftercare programs are a means for learning how to cope, post-rehab, in the vital weeks and months following treatment.  In a world filled with stress and potential temptation, the support and structure provided by these programs are quite invaluable. Some common aftercare programs include:

The Benefits of Inpatient Drug Rehab

There are a number of specific benefits of residential drug rehab that make it the treatment type of choice for those suffering from a severe addiction. These benefits include:

  • Intensive Environment. Without the distractions or pressures of the outside world, you will have a chance to focus solely on your recovery from addiction.
  • Round-the-Clock Care. Inpatient rehab programs are staffed by men and women 24/7 – all of whom are dedicated to helping you stay safe, healthy and on the recovery track.
  • Amenities. Most inpatient rehab centers offer top amenities including fine nutritious dining options, comfortable rooms, spa treatments and more.

If you would like more information on inpatient drug rehabs outside of Alaska due to a lack of Anchorage drug treatment programs , contact us at the phone number listed above.