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Inpatient Drug Rehab Centres
Updated on 17/09/2021
Medically reviewed by
Dr Alexander Lapa (Psychiatrist)

Addictive drugs can carry a wide range of impacts, engage with, and adapt both the body and brain structures, turn exposure into consistent habitual behaviours, and result in life-limiting consequences. Whether illicit or prescription-based, drugs of a toxic, controlling, and engulfing nature can be challenging to break away from.

Any degree of drug abuse, whether an addiction diagnosis is attached to it or not, can be damaging, requiring intervention. Although it is wise to understand the differences between varying symptoms and severities, along with the stages of drug addiction, it’s also encouraged to remember that treatment is available across the board.

Via inpatient drug rehab centres, sourcing appropriate forms and levels of support, treatment and therapy are possible to experience personal recovery. Depending on the drug that’s been abused, the stage of addiction, experienced side effects, health history and the consequences of consumption, a tailored treatment programme can be formed to deter future drug exposure.

At Addiction Advocates, we’re here to offer awareness of drug abuse and its impacts, along with how beneficial visiting inpatient drug rehab centres can be. If you’re misusing or addicted to any form of drug, no matter its classification or purpose, we can assist with confidential information, guidance, and direction through the rehab admissions process.

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Difference between drug addiction and drug dependency

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Certain drugs can serve their purpose through irregular exposure and moderate consumption, such as following a prescription for medication. However, once the line is crossed, where exposure becomes regular, and consumption becomes reckless, even those perceived as harmless can turn into addictive drugs.

The misuse of toxic substances can amount to a degree of a drug use disorder. Both dependence and addiction are outcomes of such abuse, both carrying different impacts, side effects and requiring diverse approaches to rehabilitation.

A drug dependency is where physical associations are made with a drug through the development of tolerance. For example, physical withdrawal symptoms, side effects and feelings are experienced through drug exposure. While dependence is less harmful than an addiction, any level of drug abuse can be dangerous, requiring medical detoxification and support.

Drug addiction is where both physical and psychological associations are present through drug abuse. A habit is especially harmful as drugs interact with the central nervous system and reward system, adapting brain structure and transmissions. Through drug addiction, vast intervention and rehabilitation are required to overcome the impactful changes of habitual-like consumption.

Knowing the differences between both forms of abuse is essential, as their severity levels, along with necessary treatment via inpatient drug rehab centres, will differ.

Stages of drug addiction

Every encounter with drugs will be different, depending on the drug at hand and how an individual responds to its exposure. Influences will also vary from person to person, either causing dependence or addiction.

Any form of drug abuse begins through initial, voluntary exposure, where consumption takes place. Varying influences can cause the initial stage of drug exposure, anything from environments and genetics to mental health vulnerabilities. Once the effects are encountered, consumption is repeated to prolong the positive reinforcement of exposure and to feed the cause. If an addiction develops, where the body and brain accommodate the effects of the drug at hand, habitual behaviour and routine will surface, churning the cycle of addiction. At this point, drug exposure will be prioritised to feel its full effects.

Signs that the stages of drug addiction have developed will display through behavioural, physical, and psychological symptoms, all depending on specific drug exposure. Due to such fluctuating triggers, experiences, and cycles, it’s essential to take any degree of drug abuse seriously, as regular interaction with an addictive substance will contribute to dependence or addiction.

Risk factors of drug addiction

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Drug types, classifications and makeups will all carry risks, yet of varying forms and levels. However, there is a consensus that drug addiction is a challenging condition to cope with due to expected consequences.

Any form of addiction is found to risk behavioural and social stability, where noticeable changes are encountered, for the negative. Homelessness, anti-social behaviour, broken relationships, personal problems with respect and awareness, and financial worries are all heavily linked.

Drug addiction also poses risks to physical and psychological health, from damaging vital organs and inducing cognitive impairments to developing a dual diagnosis.

Sourcing professional support will be encouraged as soon as the signs of addiction are displayed, available through inpatient drug rehab centres. By acting with professional help, the ongoing risks linked to addiction can be minimised and recovered to strengthen sustainable rehabilitation.

Treating addiction through inpatient drug rehab centres

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As a drug addiction can become heavily ingrained, especially once each stage has been experienced, a professional intervention will be required. The best place to source this level and exceptional support will be through inpatient drug rehab centres, which we can help you access here at Addiction Advocates.

Finding the right rehab centre for your needs will be necessary, along with welcoming a tailored inpatient programme to truly benefit from a time-sensitive, personal, and safe recovery journey.

Treatment on an inpatient basis will focus on drug detoxification to promote physical withdrawal, along with drug rehabilitation, to slowly realign the reward system and central nervous system. A detox process and treatment services such as cognitive behavioural therapy, individual therapy, family therapy, lifestyle management, and relapse prevention will be recommended.

A personal process can be expected through our associated inpatient drug rehab centres, following on from admission, working through crucial milestones of addiction recovery. Treatment services will combine to fuel this process and additional services to promote comfortable and effective rehabilitation.

Rehab centres will also offer recovery planning and aftercare services to understand, manage, and prevent future addiction risks and relapse.

Any form of interactivity with addictive drugs can develop into a drug abuse disorder, addiction, and ongoing risks and consequences of continuing a habit. The most effective way to deter such impacts will be to be aware of the stages and symptoms of addiction while considering treatment via inpatient drug rehab centres.

We can assist you with your admissions process, ensuring that no matter the degree of your symptoms and struggles, that high-quality support is available.

Frequently Asked Questions

How does drug addiction affect the brain?
Commonly, if misused, drugs affect the brain by targeting the central nervous system. Through suppressing or disrupting organic functioning, will also impact the reward system. By sending dysfunctional signals and by disrupting the usual production of chemicals, drugs can impact the brain’s structure, along with increasing cravings and the necessity of drug abuse.

Drug exposure can significantly damage the brain, resulting in cognitive impairment and mental health issues. Being aware of this is very important.
Does peer pressure play a role in drug addiction?
Peer pressure and social influences can motivate the initial use of drugs, which if continuously enabled, can amount to drug addiction. Drugs are heavily used through recreational and social situations, where the pressure of consumption can amount. Through a vulnerable state of mind, or through vulnerabilities, the persuasion of peer pressure can carry a negative effect.
What are my treatment options?
Treatment options will vary across inpatient drug rehab centres. Yet generally, detoxification and rehabilitation will be aimed for, along with relapse prevention. Therapy, family therapy, recovery planning, support groups and lifestyle management are commonly recommended treatment services.

Through outpatient rehab, which is also an option, treatment is much more flexible, yet prolonged, sometimes difficult to maintain.

To consider treatment options, contact our team for advice and insight.
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Seth is an author, addiction recovery expert and fully accredited member of the national counselling society. He has experience working with a wide range of addictions and mental illnesses using a number of evidence-based therapies and programmes such as the SMART models of addiction recovery.

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