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Overview

When asked how alcoholism is handled, most people think of 12-step programmes or 28-day inpatient rehab, but they may struggle to come up with other possibilities. In reality, because of considerable advancements in the profession over the last 60 years, a number of therapy options are now available. The advantages of the collaborative process of counselling at home go far beyond the convenience of being treated at home, fewer travel hassles, and enhanced comfort and privacy. Patients gain additional benefits by using home-based therapeutic strategies to manage addiction by therapeutic relationship with the therapist, personalized assistance in overcoming addictive habits, empowering the patient's family to create a community support structure and much more. Cadabam's multispecialty team of psychologists, counsellors, and physicians are available all times and are there for you at every step of the process. Cadabams collaborate with you and individualised and comprehensive programmes. Cadabams Hospitals employs qualified specialists with experience in offering addiction home treatment services.
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What is the first step in dealing with a drug addiction?

Detoxification is usually the initial step in the recovery process. This entails removing a drug from the body while minimising withdrawal symptoms.

What is the impact of addiction on the brain?

When a person develops an addiction, the brain seeks the substance’s reward. This is due to the brain’s reward system being overstimulated. As a result, many users continue to consume the chemical, which can result in a variety of euphoric experiences and odd behavioural patterns.