As biochemical deficits can lead to many negative side effects, with a focus on mental health conditions and the inability to recover from complex behavioural and brain illnesses, such as addiction, biochemical restoration is a necessity.
Here at Asana Lodge, we follow non-traditional treatment methods, focusing on natural, low-risk options. We appreciate the complex makeup of brain conditions, with a focus on drug and alcohol addictions. With this in mind, we value treatment options which elevate brain functionality and health, known to improve sustainable recovery rates. This is where biochemical restoration fits into our treatment programmes, available via our rehab centre.
If you’re struggling with substance abuse and/or mental health conditions, it is likely that biochemical restoration will be recommended, helping to improve your overall health and wellbeing; while carrying recovery motivators.
What is biochemical restoration?
Biochemical restoration is where the optimal levels of healthy substances are restored in the body, offering both repairing and healing properties. Through bad eating habits, substance abuse, mental health conditions and modern lifestyles, limited vitamins, minerals and healthy fats will be present in the body, resulting in a biochemical deficit. Through this deficit, there is the potential to experience unpleasant side effects, including depression, anxiety, insomnia, stress and heightened drug and alcohol cravings.
With this in mind, restoring and repairing biochemical substances in the body is mandatory, especially when considering recovery efforts. For individuals who are working through treatment plans for mental health conditions or a drug and alcohol addiction, the biochemical restoration will help to improve recovery probabilities. Boosting both physical and mental health to their optimal states will alleviate unbearable side effects and withdrawal symptoms while motivating the desire to recover.
What is biochemical restoration used for?
Here at Asana Lodge, the biochemical restoration will commonly be used to improve recovery rates for individuals completing treatment for addiction and mental health issues. Through both substance abuse and mental health issues, it is likely that an individual’s overall wellbeing will slip. This will be down to negative and toxic behaviours, likely to overtake the desire to feel healthy. As this behaviour overshadows health, nutrition and wellness, there is a high potential for a biochemical deficit to present itself, unknowingly.
By experiencing a biochemical deficit through health negligence, both the body and mind will react negatively, resulting in heightened side effects. Side effects commonly experienced through substance abuse and mental health conditions, such as anxiety, increased cravings and depression, will be experienced, reducing all degrees of motivation to recover. This can be a difficult cycle to experience, where advanced symptoms occur from biochemical imbalances.
To help ease side effects, along with promoting greater recovery probabilities, biochemical restoration will be used to balance out the body’s natural functions. By increasing vitamins and essential minerals, brain health repair is also likely. Through this positive reaction, biochemical restoration can be used to advance long-term sobriety efforts, along with kickstarting initial treatment options.
Biochemical restoration is also used at our treatment centre to combat a dual diagnosis. In this instance, severe neglect to health will be likely, while attempting to juggle two behavioural conditions. With this in mind, biochemical restoration will add value to an individual’s recovery efforts.
How to measure biochemical requirements?
In order to understand how severe a biochemical deficit may be, it is important that tests are first completed. This will ensure that the correct degree of biochemical restoration will be implemented into an overarching treatment plan.
Through testing, measurements will be made by considering:
- Nutritional deficiencies
- Imbalances of amino acids, minerals and vitamins
- Imbalances of neurotransmitters in the brain
- Oxidative stress
- Adrenal fatigue
- Gut health
- Gland functioning tests
- Bloody sugar levels
- Hormonal levels
Results will be combined to create a treatment plan which offers enough biochemical restoration. Each treatment plan will vary for each client, ensuring that the correct mix of nutritional supplements is provided. This personalised approach is vital to ensure that optimal health levels, both physically and psychologically, can be achieved. Optimal biochemical levels will also differ for all individuals, resulting in a degree of recovery. With this in mind, careful analysis of biological and psychological factors must be made, along with brain functionality.
Additional treatment options
Biochemical restoration can positively influence recovery efforts. Without restoring and repairing biochemical levels, the functionality of cells will be limited, reducing the body and brain’s ability to operate optimally.
However, additional treatment options will be required to treat both mental health conditions and addiction. This is down to the complex makeup of each standalone condition, requiring a targeted degree of treatment. With this in mind, here at Asana Lodge, we will complete a comprehensive evaluation of your brain condition, behaviours and influences. We will measure biological, psychological, social and spiritual factors to gauge presentable underlying issues.
From here, treatment options, such as biochemical restoration and traditional treatments, will be recommended to increase recovery probabilities. For a large proportion of clients, natural techniques will be used, including physical activity, nutrition, natural supplements, therapy and therapeutic healing. Our aim is to offer effective, non-invasive treatment options, such as biochemical restoration techniques. This degree of evaluation is very important when considering long-term sobriety or recovery.
Each client who visits Asana Lodge for drug or alcohol rehabilitation treatment will experience varying side effects from addiction. Individuals may also experience different mental health conditions and triggers which may require a dual diagnosis treatment plan. Likewise, each client through our rehab centre will have different biochemical levels. So, to ensure that treatment options offer suitability and recovery influences, we advocate for evaluations.
To receive an evaluation of your treatment needs, get in touch with our team today. We can run through further benefits of biochemical restoration, along with additional factors, influencing long-term sobriety and recovery.