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Relapse Prevention – Relapse is a Process and it Does Not Mean Failure

Relapse – a term feared by many individuals who are both dealing with or affected by addiction. However, by understanding that relapse is a process and not an overnight event, it becomes clear that relapse prevention is entirely possible.

The common consensus is that relapse is a normal part of the recovery process, especially during early stages.

This may be true, but it also does not have to be inevitable. The reason we work hard with those in recovery to avoid relapsing, is because the potential effects can be severe.

Make sure your Rehab Centre in SA understands Addiction

Addiction is a primary disease with the associated factorial relationships: genetic, bio-physiological and environmental.

Our holistic approach to addiction enables us to address each influencing factor, helping you seek relief and recovery by improving the health of your mind, body and spirit.

Rehab South Africa - Guidelines for Serial Relapsers

Why can’t you just stop? Why can’t I just stop?

Both are questions exhausted by family members and yourself every day.

There is no one way to avoid relapsing, however there are guidelines that should be followed in order to maintain a successful recovery.

Prejudice or appropriate behaviour?

Estrangement from society is one of the biggest factors that individuals that struggle with substance abuse face when trying to integrate back into an ordinary or somewhat normal lifestyle post their addiction and rehabilitation treatment.

After an individual accepts and candidly admits their addiction to a substance they are often faced with reactions of distrust and scepticism from their loved ones and their community, these responses are expected as there is a primarily negative stigma attached to the disease of addiction.

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