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Having completed stay at rehabilitation would have helped the person with addiction detoxify their body of alcohol and learn ways to manage their cravings. However, according to research, most relapses occur within six months of the person leaving the rehabilitation facility, signifying the need for post rehabilitation care to maintain sobriety. Learning once through psycho-education sessions, individual and group therapy sessions in rehab about the impact of alcohol and ways to cope with the triggers are not enough – constant reinforcement of the principles is required. This is where professional support of psychiatrists in terms of medications, therapists in terms of individual, family, and group therapy sessions, and other support groups such as Alcoholics Anonymous can be of tremendous value in encouraging the newly learnt healthy lifestyle changes, creating positive distractions, learning to manage triggers, and supporting positive change. In addition to making use of all these professional services, on an individual level, the person with alcohol addiction can focus their energies in building a routine and an active social lifestyle to cope with feelings of boredom, loneliness, or helplessness that now having a sober life can bring to surface. They can do so by picking up hobbies such as learning a new musical instrument, joining a dance or fitness class, playing sports, volunteering, taking a class, scheduling time to go to the movies, etc.

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How effective is Post Rehabilitation Care for Alcohol Addiction?

Post Rehabilitation Care for Alcohol Addiction is an essential part of maintain sobriety after rehabilitation as research has found that most alcoholics relapse within six months after the rehab stay period is over. Post Rehabilitation Care keeps the person accountable to maintain their recovery.

What are the benefits of Post Rehabilitation Care for Alcohol Addiction?

The benefits are as follows –

  • Learning to prevent relapses in various situations,
  • Building confidence and self-esteem to overcome urges and triggers,
  • Offering a safe space to discuss one’s strengths, accomplishments, and pitfalls,
  • Connecting the individual with local resources that offer encouragement and support,
  • Keeping the individual focused towards their goal of maintaining sobriety.

How long does recovery take?

Recovery from alcohol addiction is considered to be a lifelong process. Moreover, regular individual and group therapy sessions post-rehab are always recommended to help the individual stay on track of maintaining their sobriety.

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