Substance Abuse and Treatment

Substance Abuse and Treatment

Term substance abuse for excessive consumption of any material that alters brain and provokes addiction and it has been associated with American society for so long hence it is destructive to not only individuals but the very foundation of our social system has been suffering from this threat.

Addiction is defined as a chronic, relapsing a brain disease that is characterized by compulsive drug striving and use by affected people despite harmful outcomes. It is considered a disease that provokes detrimental changes because drugs change the brain and its structure. These changes can be long-lasting and lead to the decreasing quality of life of that abuse any addictive substance.

Our judiciary law and drug policies had been proven inadequate to pull out us from Its potential hazards. Everyone should be aware of its destructive nature, ruining life at every prospect, whether it comes to personal, social, or financial dimensions.

Superfluous consumption of substances at private and public places especially by teenagers is pushing our Society to deformation that would probably be irreversible, rapid growth in crime related to drugs and alcohol has been observing.

The outcome of surveys witnessed that the people addicted to drugs or alcohol are failing to reflect their daily life emotions resulting in depression and anxiety, resultant damages like psychological regression, personality disorders.

Almost 21 million Americans have addiction problem, yet only 1 out of 10 receive treatment.
Drug overdose deaths have increased almost 300% since 1990. From 1999 to 2017, more than 700,000 Americans succumbed to overdosing on a drug. Alcohol and drug addiction cost the U.S. economy over $600 billion every year. In 2017.

Symptoms of Substance abuse

Physical symptoms

  • Glazed eyes
  • Dilated or constricted pupils
  • Abrupt weight changes
  • Changes in hygiene
  • Dental problems
  • Skin disorders
  • Sleeping disorders

Behavioral symptoms

  • Increased aggression or irritability
  • Altered personality
  • Lethargy
  • Depression
  • Sudden mood swings
  • Dramatic changes in habits and/or priorities
  • Involvement in criminal activity

Substance Abuse Treatment

Identify the substance addiction by collective assessment, cause a suffering person may not be able to do so with his/her psychological perceptions. There are different ways to identify the nature of substance abuse and the physical and mental health of the abusing person. Sometimes the patient shows symptoms associated with addiction and other disorders simultaneously like schizophrenia, hallucinations ADHD or various other disorders so it becomes crucial to identify whether person is suffering with multiple disorders or not.

Progressive Evaluation and Diagnosis helpspto recognize the behavioral response to ensure a safe way to the treatment.

Tailored Program for individuals with dual diagnosis; where experts taking care of ailments along with the substance addiction treatment.

Customized Treatment enhances the possibilities of accomplishing treatment by arranging According to the patient’s requirements.

Variety in the treatment establishes compatibility of treatment with patients.

Family Education and Assistance is critically important for Consistent progress in the patient’s condition by creating a comfortable, friendly, and caring environment around them

Progressively Evolving Medication to exterminate traces of substance or alcohol and aids preventing relapses.

Post-Rehabilitation Care and Cautions maintain the stability of patients with a severe condition.

Detox Process confirms the well being of patients by preventing relapse.

In the above context, The Luminous Care is bringing the best practices of cutting-edge psychotherapies with high methodological excellence under the observation of highly skilled professionals who knows the way of addiction affecting the quality of your life and ensure the well-being of yours. For more information, you can visit our website or drop an email at –  info@theluminouscare.com