Poor Health of the Patient

A strange emptiness, despair, impotence, memory impairment, insomnia, mental stress and depression, difficulty in thinking and other mental conditions combine to make life difficult for the patient. This condition can be called Silgan is the trigger based on the physical, psychological and social symptoms that push the patient back into drug use.

The Patient Becomes Very Confused

The pains that appear immediately after quitting the drug are called and they are cured in maximum three weeks, but after that some strange physical and mental conditions emerge which are very difficult for the patient to understand. The process takes place because the patient becomes very confused in this condition.

Correcting the Damages

The dream of living a happy life without addiction requires more than just abstinence. It is important to correct the physical, psychological and social damage caused by addiction, but it is even more important that you not only learn to live happily without addiction and to solve your own problems.

Fluctuations in Patient Attitudes & Behaviors

While the patient in Sulgan is suffering from painful internal conditions and twisted thoughts, the observer can also clearly see the fluctuation of the patient’s behavior and mannerisms, especially before certain symptoms are evident in these patients. Are also called they can also be considered warning signs of relapse.

What is Relapse?

Relapse is called apostasy in Urdu. The word apostasy is derived from “apostate” which means to believe and go back. Relapse is a nightmare in the world of drug treatment that no one likes to talk about and listen to openly. The patient’s family considers it ominous and the physicians shy away from it and this is the combination that works behind most relapses. Talking about relapses ahead of time, predicting it, tying the knot in front of it, paves the way for healing.

It is often thought that a patient who resumes intoxication after treatment will be called a relapse. This is not true. Many patients happily relapse. Relapses will only occur when the patient understands the disease well and is convinced that he or she can no longer safely relapse and that re-use will ruin his or her life. He should learn a rehabilitation plan and follow it and if he still fails to stay away from drugs then it will be considered a relapse.

In addition, willpower may have been used to prevent intoxication, hands, and feet may have been killed, and finally, when the courage has responded, it will also be called relapse. Some people believe that just because they are abstaining from drugs does not mean they have to worry about relapses. What they don’t realize is that rehabilitation is not just about quitting. The fact is that most people are not addicted to drugs but they are not sober. These people are at high risk of relapse.

Understand the Process of Relapse

It is not possible to understand the process of relapse without understanding the circumstances in which a relapse occurs. Although most research on relapse has been done on heroin and alcohol addicts, there is ample evidence to show that the same relapse prevention methods can be used for other drugs. So most of the time we will just use the word “drug” without mentioning any specific drug.

To understand and avoid relapse, it is important that you understand the rehabilitation process and also understand what incomplete rehabilitation is. Here we will describe the whole process of restoration and see why sometimes the restoration stops before it is completed. We will also look at some of the misconceptions about relapses. These misconceptions increase the risk of relapses and changing them can help prevent relapses.

The Journey of Relapse

When many people think of “relapse,” they are talking about the act of becoming addicted. Of course, drug use is relapse, but research has shown that the process of relapse begins before drug use. Some deterioration has already begun before drug use. They have no control over their decisions and behavior and they start experiencing some emotional or physical problems. Relapse is the opposite of recovery. It doesn’t mean you’re relapsing if you have trouble recovering or experience pain.

This means that if you are not doing the things that are necessary for recovery in general, you are unconsciously moving towards relapse. If you are stuck, you are at high risk of relapse. Recovery from addiction begins when you begin to admit that you cannot use drugs safely. But it is not enough to just know that drugs are harmful, you must also stop using them. Abstinence from addiction is only the beginning of the recovery process, it is only a starting point to achieve the goal of a happy life.

Relapse Warning

If the patient is aware of the symptoms of the relapse warning that he is going through, he can stop this gurgling fog of relapse before dangerous consequences occur. This is how relapse prevention planning is possible. As soon as the patient leaves the drug, all the pains of the family begin to go away. However, life is not so easy for the patient immediately but it becomes a bit difficult. Especially for patients who suffer from saliva.

The pain associated with drug addiction disappears altogether, but after quitting, a new type of pain arises that family and friends do not understand. These grief’s are of such a nature that firstly the patient feels embarrassed while telling them, secondly even if they do tell them then the family gives them ‘shock’. The sorrows of the heart float between their silent screams and dry tears. It is a holy jihad that grows like a flood.

Addiction to Relapse

During this time it is a regular learning activity. It has been made a very important part of the curriculum in dealing with relapses in family counseling. While the role of the therapist is very important in working indirectly with the family, it is no less important, it has to be a direct partner in the pain and suffering of the patient. All of these patients with relapses need one out of routine. The traditional follow-up program is useful for patients who are easily discharged from a regular rehabilitation program. The outdoor treatment program provides full support, but it may not be enough to protect some patients from relapses, so it is recommended to do so again.

Since these patients are moving towards drugs but are not addicted yet, they and their families do not agree to be admitted. If the basic principles of drug addiction are worked out in a timely manner on a solid basis, it will not be difficult for them to agree on indoor treatment. In the minds of the common people, the meaning of drug addiction is only related to drug addiction while the concept of treatment for the ailments that come up while not using drugs is not yet common. Families do not easily understand that seven weeks of quitting drugs.