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Overcoming an addiction to drugs or alcohol can be one of the most difficult tasks to handle in life. The road to recovery is not easy, but it is always worth it.  There is no shame in having an addiction. Having an addiction does not mean that you are weak. Addictions are recognized medical disorders. They are diagnosed as “substance use disorders” and are treatable conditions.

Attitudes toward addiction in America have changed for the better. Individuals with addictions belong to all social, economic, and racial classes, with substance use affecting almost all areas of life, especially work and school, relationships with family and friends, the law, and finances.

Being in active addiction may feel hopeless, but there is a way out. The first step to overcoming an addiction to alcohol or drugs is to find the best luxury rehab center tailored to meet your individual needs.

Inpatient vs. Outpatient Luxury Rehab

luxury-shutter160425530-massage-treatmentMany luxury inpatient treatment facilities provide access to medical services, with a specialized clinical treatment team available to monitor patients around the clock. Luxury treatment durations can range from 28 to 90 days or longer, if necessary.  For many recovering individuals, this type of treatment is ideal, since it provides a safe, supervised environment with minimal stressors, allowing patients to avoid triggers to relapse while receiving compassionate, supportive care.  Inpatient treatment is suited for those individuals with severe addictions, minimal outside supports, and/or stressful home lives.

Luxury inpatient rehabs also offer a wide range of amenities to facilitate the recovery process, including spa treatments, organic foods, yoga, meditation, gym or pool access, and other cutting-edge treatments with sufficient staff available to provide individualized care to patients. While these amenities may seem frivolous, they do serve an important purpose in helping the body and mind to recover from the effects of an addiction, to aid the recovery process, and to teach patients how to deal with stress in a healthy way. Luxury rehabs are also able to provide the utmost privacy to high-profile individuals, or anyone looking to escape the scrutiny of the outside world while working towards recovery.

For people with relatively mild addiction, individuals who have home or job responsibilities which they need to attend to, or those with strong social supports, an outpatient facility might be a good fit.  At the start of any structured outpatient program, an addiction treatment professional will determine the optimal number of groups and therapy sessions needed for each person.  Sessions can be held during the day, in the evening, or even on weekends and can be tailored to accommodate a person’s schedule while still providing the assistance required.

Detox in Luxury Rehab

Many of the best luxury rehab centers in the country offer detoxification on site. This approach allows addicts to detox from alcohol or drugs under the supervision of trained medical staff members. A physician should be on site as the detox process can be tough on the body, and in the case of alcohol, benzodiazepines, and some other sedative drugs, withdrawal can be life threatening. Common withdrawal symptoms from various drugs or alcohol can include restless legs, insomnia, depression, irritability, nausea, and body aches, although withdrawal can be different for each individual.  Supervised detox is the best way to manage withdrawal safely and comfortably.

There are various medications that can ease withdrawal symptoms, helping you to make it through the detox process fairly comfortably. The objective during detox is to make you as comfortable as possible while minimizing health risks. In a luxury rehab facility, high-quality food is provided to counteract any nutritional deficiencies suffered due to substance use. Studies show that proper nutrition can also decrease the length of the detox process.

Ideally your body should be free of drugs and alcohol before other forms of treatment, such as individual counseling and group therapy sessions, take place. Being clean allows you to focus with clarity. Some addictions, such as those to opiates or benzodiazepines, may require a tapering-down period or replacement medication therapy which will continue after the initial detox phase. Knowing there is a medical team on your side to help you through the withdrawal process can go a long way toward easing your fears about detox.

Dual Diagnosis Treatment

More than 50% of all individuals who abuse drugs, and about a third of individuals who abuse alcohol, are dually diagnosed, meaning that they have a mental illness in addition to abusing substances. Sometimes the mental illness comes first, with substances being abused to self-medicate. Sometimes the mental illness presents after the substance abuse begins.

In either case, dual diagnosis facilities are available, providing effective treatment for both mental health and substance use. Many luxury rehabs offer specialized programs for dual diagnosis, which provide all of the amenities of a rehab along with appropriate medications, psychotherapy, and support groups for people with dual diagnosis conditions.

Luxury Rehab Support Programs

luxury-shutter439232638-group-therapySupport programs, such as 12-step programs, are popular in alcohol and drug rehab treatment. Many 12-step program participants draw strength in recovery from their recognition of a higher power — which oftentimes is a spiritual entity, but varies across individuals. They may also meditate as part of their recovery process. 12-step groups can be vital to an addict’s recovery process. They provide a supportive environment, strong sober reinforcement, tokens to reward milestones in sobriety, and an accountability system. Many luxury rehab centers incorporate aspects of the 12 steps into their recovery programs, and host 12-step meetings that individuals can attend.

If you do not believe in God, are uncomfortable with embracing the program concept of a higher power, or did not have success with a 12-step program in the past, it may be best to choose a rehab center that uses alternative group support methods. There are a variety of non-religious alternatives to the 12-step model, such as the SMART Recovery program, which uses behavioral therapy techniques rather than a spiritual basis for recovery. When speaking with prospective treatment centers, express your preferences for the type of treatment plan you would like and ask about the support groups available.

Addiction to drugs or alcohol can not only take a toll on physical health, but also mental health, financial security, and personal and professional relationships, so it is important to seek treatment. Call 1-888-744-0789 to talk to a placement specialist who can help you find a luxury rehab facility that is best for you.

Psychological Support in Luxury Rehab

The best luxury rehab centers will offer some combination of individual therapy, group therapy, and family therapy. In individual and group therapy sessions, trained counselors or therapists will help patients learn about relapse prevention techniques, stress management techniques, and how to manage strong emotions, including happiness, fear, anger, and anxiety.  In group therapy, peer support is provided by other addicted people who are dealing with the same issues. These groups often include people in various stages of their recovery.  Personal problems, emotions, stressors, fears, and successes can be discussed in groups without the fear of judgment.

During individual counseling, a therapist will help you uncover the issues that are at the root of your drug or alcohol use, and help you learn how to manage them effectively without having to use substances. Some people use drugs or alcohol to handle emotional pain caused by a traumatic event. Others use substances to manage an underlying mental illness or just because they enjoy the feeling they get from drinking or using drugs.  It is important to identify and work through these issues to prevent relapse after leaving the rehab center. Luxury rehab facilities offer highly trained professionals with a small staff-to-patient ratio, allowing for an individualized treatment experience.

Addiction is called a “family disease” because it affects the family as well as the addicted person. Family therapy is a way to heal the entire family and educate loved ones on how to support sobriety.  Family members may be upset, scared, or resentful. Family sessions provide a safe place to start discussing issues and a chance to improve relationships.  Since family support is vital to recovery for many individuals with addiction, it is important to repair relationships so that a solid support system is in place after rehab.

Length of Stay for Luxury Rehab

Luxury rehab centers typically offer 30-day, 60-day, and 90-day treatment programs. An extended-care residential program may be a wise choice if you haven’t had success with a short-term treatment program in the past. About 40% to 60% of addicted people relapse after treatment, which is similar to rates of relapse for other chronic diseases such as asthma, high blood pressure, and diabetes.

Successful outcomes have been linked to participation in an appropriate length of treatment, with longer stays increasing the likelihood of long-term sobriety. Remember that relapse is often part of the recovery process. It does not mean you have failed, but is often motivation needed to get back on track with your sobriety.

Luxury Rehab Locations

Consider the location of the luxury rehab center you are interested in. Some addicted people find that it is best to attend rehab in another state because they are not near triggers to relapse, such as people, places, and things associated with substance use.

If you have children or other familial responsibilities, you may want to choose a rehab center that is close to home.  Many luxury rehab facilities are located in scenic locations that ensure privacy and provide a relaxing, vacation-style experience instead of an institutional type of facility, such as a hospital.

Important Questions to Ask About Luxury Rehab

luxury-shutter393663613-call-a-facilityOnce you have identified a few luxury rehab centers you might like to attend, call and ask questions you may have. Also request a tour of the facilities. Gathering adequate information will help you determine which particular rehab center is the best choice for you. Some questions to ask include:

  • What type of addiction treatment services does your facility offer?
  • What is the average length of stay?
  • What do you feel makes your facility better than others?
  • Is your facility accredited by the state? Is it licensed?
  • Do you use medications during the withdrawal process?
  • Do you offer medication-assisted treatment options as part of the recovery process?
  • Can family and friends visit me while I’m in treatment?
  • What are your success rates?
  • What are your relapse rates?
  • Are there resources available after your rehab program?

Cost of Luxury Rehab

Look for a luxury rehab center that provides the treatment that you need at a price you can afford. Many luxury rehab facilities accept health insurance, so it may be beneficial to find one that your insurance policy will cover, either fully or partially.

If you can’t afford the cost of treatment, ask if they accept payment plans. Some rehab centers have sliding-fee options which take your gross income into consideration and offer services at a reduced price. Many offer financing options at reasonable interest rates. You may also choose to take out a loan to cover the cost. Don’t let your financial situation stop you from getting the help you need.

Addiction Facts to Consider

Although you may feel alone at the moment, addiction issues are more common than you think. Some often surprising statistics about drug and alcohol use to consider include:

  • In 2014, 16.3 million American adults were diagnosed with alcohol use disorder.
  • In 2013, nearly 25 million Americans had used an illicit drug in the past month.
  • In 2013, approximately 17.3 million Americans struggled with alcohol abuse or dependence.
  • In 2013, almost 23 million Americans required substance use treatment, but only about 2.5 million people actually received treatment.
  • In 2010, it was estimated that 2.4 million Americans abused prescription drugs for the first time, an average of 6,600 per day.

Finding Help for Addiction

Some people resist treatment for drug or alcohol abuse and addiction because they feel ashamed and want to deal with the problem alone without outside assistance. It may take some time and effort to break through this denial and get the help you need. Luxury rehab programs can provide real help.

For more information on drug or alcohol addiction treatment services, call 1-888-744-0789. Our rehab placement specialists can answer questions and help you find a luxury rehab facility that is best for you. Call today to get started on the road to recovery and a successful substance-free life.

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