The addiction cycle is an ongoing vicious circle, which motivates the continuity of drug and alcohol abuse.

Starting off with exposure to triggers, which soon develops into cravings, consumption usually takes place, which naturally affects behaviours, actions and feelings.

Once the positives begin to wear off, remorse, withdrawal symptoms and a glimmer of inclination to recover will be present. Yet, quickly progressing, the cycle can restart, down to drug and alcohol exposure and the impact of triggers.

Drug and Alcohol Rehab Clapham

Such a process will continue, for the long term, if enabled and accepted. While many individuals will hope to recover, will hope to withdraw and will hope to change, this is easier said than done without structured intervention.

The addiction cycle can engulf life, can control all actions and decisions, and can be long lasting if fuelled.

This is why it’s imperative to break the cycle, with force, to overcome a drug and alcohol addiction. The best way to do so, with strength and sustainability will be from a drug and alcohol rehab in Clapham.

Here you’ll be able to curb physical cravings and experience psychological healing. You’ll be able to shift the scales towards recovery, rather than ongoing substance abuse.

Experience our approach here at Asana Lodge to breaking and overcoming the addiction cycle, with longevity in mind. Such a cycle may be controlling your norm.

You can regain control by understanding your addiction, regulating your exposure, and taking the power from the vicious circle of addiction.

 

The importance of breaking the addiction cycle

In order to change your outlooks, actions and choices, breaking the addiction cycle is a must. Deterring the first step, which focuses on personal triggers and the exposure of such triggers is necessary.

Your triggers will be driving your need to consume drugs and alcohol, which can be anything from your emotions to your environments and to your stress levels.

By understanding what’s triggering your consumption, you can then work to manage your triggers and personal vulnerabilities without the presence of drugs and alcohol.

This will break the addiction cycle, as cravings will start to slow down, your actions will change, and your negative feelings start to turn positive.

By investing your energy into such steps, by making positive changes, and by being patient, breaking the addiction cycle can help you detach yourself from drugs and alcohol while following proactive management steps.

Without breaking the addiction cycle, it will simply continue. If you decide to detox from drugs and alcohol, independently, while this may feel like a similar motion, it will not deter the psychological connections you have to drugs and alcohol.

Down to this, a full-force must be activated, possible via a drug and alcohol rehab in Clapham, to break the cycle.

 

Recover at a Drug and Alcohol Rehab in Clapham

Breaking the cycle is possible via rehab, down to the structure of such efforts. Through a drug and alcohol rehab in Clapham, you can complete a rehab programme that deters ingoing consumption, which prepares the body for sobriety, realigns the mind, and promotes positive coping strategies.

This will especially be possible by selecting residential rehab, as your programme will be consistent, intense and rapid, to put a stop to ongoing drug and alcohol consumption, and to focus strongly on turning the cycle around.

Rehab is the only process that allows for such progress, as it works on the source of your drug and alcohol addiction.

By considering personal triggers, and managing them, reducing their weight and adapting your coping strategies, you can slowly break your addiction down.

 

Our approach to breaking the Addiction Cycle

If you are keen to visit a drug and alcohol rehab in Clapham, at Asana Lodge, we are nearby, offering such rehabilitation services. We however have a unique approach to rehab that focuses in-depth on personalisation.

We make use of scientific evidence, to unravel causations of addiction. For some this can be environmental, for others it can be genetics and for others, it can be taught behaviour.

We focus on the mind and how your brain responds to drugs and alcohol, soon translating into your actions.

Through this understanding, we can work backwards to detox the body, but also realign the mind, to change actions.

By adapting outlooks and responses to drugs and alcohol, your brain can in turn heal your body, ultimately deterring the addiction cycle.

We offer personalised programmes from our residential rehab centre, providing you with a setting to call home while leaving Clapham.

Through this route, you’ll have the best chance at breaking the cycle, as you’ll be removed from your norm, as your influences will be minimal, and as your current habits will be cut off.

 

Developing new routines and choices post rehab

Detoxing from drugs and alcohol and completing therapy will assist with breaking the cycle. Yet in order to deter its reoccurring presence, it’s vital that new routines and choices are developed on a post-rehab basis.

Once you return to normality in Clapham, there’s a risk that old influences may retrigger your consumption.

We however aim to reduce such risks by increasing your knowledge of addiction and how to minimise your personal exposure.

We also promote relapse prevention and aftercare which assist with your ongoing recovery efforts.

Yet most importantly, you’ll need to lead a lifestyle that helps you break away from drugs and alcohol. Such routine will need to be sustainable, to help you remain sober and away from potential exposure.

Combined together, the efforts of rehab and your post-rehab efforts can help to break the addiction cycle and manage your ongoing reality, either with or without drugs and alcohol.

To experience the latter, consider Asana Lodge when looking for a drug and alcohol rehab in Clapham. We can support you through our residential offering, following a unique, personal approach to rehab.

Work to regain control over your outlooks, behaviours and choices, by firmly deterring the cycle of addiction, easily mountable through ongoing exposure.

Reverse such impacts by focusing your energy on drug and alcohol rehabilitation.