Turning Away from Addiction
Doing drugs and drinking alcohol can make your body feel good. It can give your mind relief and make it feel like you are on vacation with no stress or worries in the world. Yet what most people do not realize is that each time you consume harmful substances, such as liquor, heroin or cocaine, your tolerance rises. Accordingly, it will require more and more of that substance each time, making you chase those first few highs. And while on the chase it can be easy to get lost. Many people lose themselves trying to feed their drug addiction or alcoholism.
If you have found yourself distancing yourself from the things you once loved, then it might be time to look into getting help. Addiction creates feelings of doubt, shame and guilt to keep itself fueled. These negative feelings are common to have if you are battling an addiction. Do not think that you are the only one to feel like this. The Substance Abuse and Mental Health Services Administration (SAMHSA) reported that 23.5 million people over the age of 12 need help for a drug or alcohol addiction.
If you are sick and tired of being sick and tired, then call (260) 240-8831 . There are people waiting by the phones who can help you get started in changing your ways and getting ready to fight back against your addiction.
Why You Need Help
Maybe you have already tried to quit using drugs or consuming alcohol but cannot. It is possible that you have even tried to tone down your usage, but cannot do that either. That is because your body has developed a chemical bond to drugs and alcohol. In other words, you have a physical dependency on your favorite substances. Harmful drugs change the chemicals in your brain to make your body feel like you need to be loaded in order to feel good. When you try to quit using, you can become ill and this might drive to you to keep feeding your addiction. In order to break that dependency your body has developed, it requires professional help in order to break away from your addiction in a safe and productive manner. Enrolling in drug rehab or treatment for alcoholism, you will be educated on addiction and equipped with coping skills so that you do not have to turn to drugs or alcohol to relief stress or deal with bad days.
No Point in Waiting
There is no reason to wait to hit rock bottom before you reach out for help. You can call (260) 240-8831 to get more information on how to start your journey toward recovery. It is not easy to reach sobriety but if you remove yourself from a bad situation and put yourself in rehab with a strong support group you can do it. It may seem right now that your addiction is too strong to overcome, but do not think like that. If you are ready to put the time and effort in to get your health and happiness back, then pick up the phone and call.