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Returning home after completing a treatment programme can be difficult since there is a significant difference between the regimented setting of a rehab centre and regular life. At home, there are less limitations. A relapse can also be triggered by a variety of factors. Relapses are typical when a person is under a lot of stress. Many people who battle with addiction use drugs or alcohol to cope with their stress. When confronted with a stressful environment, a newly treated individual may relapse to the same behaviour. It is still up to the rehabilitated individual to remain addiction-free at the end of the day. It's important to remember that recovery is a process that varies from person to person. It is counterproductive to follow a person's every move. Allow your loved one to grow and recuperate at their own pace by creating the greatest atmosphere for them by the help of professionals with expertise in rehabilitation and post rehabilitation care for drug addiction in hyderabad.
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What are the consequences of addiction?

Excessive alcohol and drug use can lead to a variety of mental and physical health problems, including anxiety, depression, diabetes, liver disease, and heart disease, to name a few.

What is the impact of addiction on the brain?

The brain receptors of an addicted person get overloaded. When noise becomes excessively loud, the brain responds by creating less dopamine or deleting dopamine receptors, a similar response to calling down the volume on a loudspeaker.