If you clicked on this article, there is a fair chance that the answer is yes, and that is not a bad thing. It may seem overwhelming, uncertain, and scary, especially of what others may think. If the answer is yes, all that means is there is a disease that needs to be treated. It is normal to feel resistance to a new chapter, there is always uncertainty in change. In truth, you deserve a life with joy, contentment, and self-esteem. Recovering from this disease is the beginning of a better life for the rest of your life. Shame typically stands in the way of starting treatment, and at Soberman's Estate, we teach clients how to let shame go, along with other issues that stand between the client and a better life.
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If you are still unsure if rehab is the right next step for you, here are typical signs it is:
- Consumption of alcohol or drugs is a higher priority than close relationships, career, or hobbies/passions
- Loss of interest in hobbies or relationships
- Health, Financial, Relationship, or Career troubles
- Physical withdrawal symptoms without usage, such as shaking, anxiety, fatigue, sweating, vomiting, depression, seizures, hallucinations, insomnia, excessive or insufficient appetite, irritability, mood swings, and more
- Shame or hesitancy to tell others about your true consumption habits
- You experience cravings for the substance
- You have considered quitting, or have tried and been unsuccessful
- Feeling of unhappiness or that something is missing or wrong, in between consumptions
- You have experienced risky behavior, such as illegal activity, being in an unsafe environment, forgotten activities during blackouts, thoughtless decisions, or driving drunk or high
Addiction is a progressive disease. When individuals are diagnosed with a disease such as cancer, diabetes, or others, they typically seek treatment as soon as possible, and addiction should be treated the same. Hitting rock bottom is not a prerequisite to start feeling better.
For more information, call our Admissions Director for a confidential complimentary consultation at (480) 595-2222. We help individuals find the best resources for their needs, even if we are not the right fit.