When a person goes to residential drug rehab, they will first be checked by doctors and nurses.
They will check how serious their problem is and if there are any other problems too. Then the doctors and nurses will give them medicine to help with the bad feelings. They'll also take care of them each day, helping them stay healthy and safe. As they get better, they will learn new ways to live without drugs and make plans for staying away from drugs in the future.
During residential inpatient drug rehabs San Diego addiction treatment program, the patient will receive a variety of treatments that are tailored to their individual needs. Treatment may include psychotherapy, group counseling, family therapy, and medication management or MAT. Psychotherapy helps the patient understand why they use drugs and how to make better decisions in the future. Group counseling provides a safe space for patients to discuss their experiences with addiction and learn from one another's struggles and successes. Family therapy helps create a support system for the patient by involving family members who can provide love, understanding, and assistance during recovery. Medication management helps treat any underlying mental health issues such as anxiety or depression that may be contributing to substance abuse issues.
In addition to these more traditional forms of treatment, there are also holistic treatments available at some drug rehab centers. These can include acupuncture, yoga, art therapy, equine-assisted therapy (which involves interacting with horses), Reiki (energy healing), massage therapy and other types of physical activities designed to help promote relaxation and overall wellbeing. By providing a comprehensive suite of both traditional and holistic approaches to drug addiction treatment, residential inpatient drug rehab centers ensure that each patient is receiving comprehensive care that is tailored to their individual situation. The length of stay in residential drug rehab depends on several factors including severity of the addiction, general physical health of the patient, presence or absence of additional mental health issues such as anxiety or depression, and other personal factors such as motivation for recovery or past history with addiction treatment programs. Generally speaking however most people spend between 28-90 days in residential rehab depending on their individual situation. During this time patients will continue to receive various forms of treatment including medically-supervised detoxification if needed followed by long-term therapeutic interventions aimed at helping them develop healthy coping strategies for life after rehab.
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