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Drug Rehab Center Bethlehem’s New Treatments Help Addicts Avoid Relapsing
Date:9/28/2013

Bethlehem, PA (PRWEB) September 28, 2013

After an addict completes a treatment program and becomes sober, the real work must begin to ensure that he or she stays sober and does not relapse. For this reason, the new treatment programs at Drug Rehab Center Bethlehem are centered on finding the perfect coping techniques that will allow each patient to continue to say no to drugs and avoid relapsing. These new treatment options have been made available to help people understand their addictions and provide them with the tools to lead sober lives. Patients at Drug Rehab Center Bethlehem have the option to take part in multiple activities in addition to counseling and therapy sessions. Art, music, exercise, yoga, and meditation are all utilized as alternative forms of therapy.

Ken D., an addiction treatment and recovery specialist at Drug Rehab Center Bethlehem, explains that the variety of available activities ensures every patient will find something that interests them. “Often, excessive drug and alcohol use can limit the amount of new hobbies and experiences people expose themselves to. Trying new things can help accelerate the rehab process, and if they find a hobby they like, it can keep them busy and away from drugs outside of treatment,” Ken says. Drug Rehab Center Bethlehem has focused on designing comprehensive treatment programs that will help recovering addicts avoid relapsing after they have achieved sobriety.

A relapse is a sign that an addict needs to continue treating his or her addiction. Addiction does not end as soon as a person leaves rehab, and continuously addressing the addiction is an important part in successfully staying sober. Drug Rehab Center Bethlehem strongly encourages people who are currently battling addictions to drugs or alcohol to seek help and attempt one of their new treatment programs, especially if they have received treatment at another facility before and relapsed. Relapsing after completion of a treatment program does happen, but it should not be viewed as a failure, only an opportunity to continue working on sobriety.

About Drug Rehab Center Bethlehem:    

Drug Rehab Center Bethlehem is an alcohol and drug addiction treatment center. With the help of our certified addiction specialists and individually designed treatment programs, people with addiction problems can triumph over substance abuse. If you are looking to beat your addiction, please visit our website at http://www.drugrehab-bethlehem.com, or reach us by phone at (484) 821-3297.

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