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The threat of drug addiction quickly spread among Indian youth. Unfortunately, India is a good place to hunt for drug traffickers.This is so because it is enclosed between the so-called golden triangle and the golden crescent. The first zone includes Thailand, Myanmar and Laos, and the second includes the countries: Pakistan, Afghanistan and Iran.
Addiction refers to the state of dependence on a particular drug, especially narcotics. As a rule, these are illegal drugs that affect the mood and behavior of a person. Drug addiction is a social evil in India.The tragedy of our day is that millions of young people, the future citizens of India, are becoming victims of drug addiction. These addicts are on their way to permanent and certain death. This is a social evil that affects both the individual and the nation as a whole. Those who are addicted to drug use lose mental mobility, feelings of friendliness, warmth, and social awareness.
They end up suffering from a schizophrenic condition. They may also suffer from persecution mania, an obsession with torture. They also develop suicidal tendencies. Mostly young people living in hostels become easy prey for drug addicts.
In addition, new substitutes are new values in the form of sex, drug abuse, a false sense of independence. The most disturbing thing about drug addiction is that people around the world are becoming addicted to all kinds of drugs. There are various types of street drugs such as: cocaine, methamphetamine, marijuana, crack, heroin, etc. Heroin is one of the most dangerous drugs that suppresses the work of the heart and is suitable for obtaining a narcotic effect.
Drug addiction is a disease of the brain that changes how it works. There is an uncontrollable desire to use drugs, resulting in addicted people exhibiting compulsive drug-taking behavior. Drug addicts are unable to control their drug use, resulting in them being unable to carry out their day-to-day responsibilities effectively.
Drug addiction is also called drug addiction, as the addict develops dependence on a particular substance. The most common signs and symptoms of drug addiction are: addiction to a particular substance, loss of control over drug use, withdrawal from activities that used to be enjoyable, etc. Addiction can have a long-term impact on life, and you may develop severe symptoms, such as: fatigue, tremors, depression, anxiety, headache, insomnia, chills and sweating, paranoia, behavioral changes, dilated pupils, coordination problems, nausea, etc.
Many people don’t realize the harm that addiction does because the short-term effects aren’t noticeable at first. A person may feel invincible and not suspect that drugs can affect almost any system of the body. The long-term effects of addiction may be unknown to the addict. If you do not seek treatment in time, the physical and emotional health of this person will deteriorate.
Many people do not understand why people become addicted to drugs and related substances. They mistakenly view drug addiction as a social problem and describe drug users as weak.
Although there is no scientific evidence for exactly how drugs affect the brain, they can be successfully treated to help people stop abusing them. There are many therapies that can help people cope with the devastating effects of drug addiction and regain full control of their lives.
If you or a loved one has used drugs or alcohol, there is no need to wait until you are absolutely sure you have an addiction to seek help or stop using. Addicts are not the only people who benefit when they stop using drugs or drinking.
Understanding Addiction in India
According to the Diagnostic and Statistical Manual of Mental Disorders (DSM), Addiction in India is diagnosed on a spectrum of eleven criteria, including:
Lack of control
Desire to quit but unable
Spending a lot of time trying to get the substance
Lack of responsibility
Problems with relationships
Loss of interest
The severity is determined by how many criteria you meet. For example, if two to three of the criteria apply to you, you would have a mild substance use disorder. But even if you have a mild diagnosis, you should still seek the help of qualified professionals.
Rehab in India
Substance abuse and co-occurring mental health disorders are responsible for hundreds of thousands of deaths globally though when it comes to addiction it can prove very difficult to admit that a problem exists.
As a general guide if substance abuse and addictive behaviors are causing a negative effect on any aspect of your life then it’s time to consider a period of rehabilitation and recovery. If you’re questioning whether you may need help in rehabilitating your life then it’s very likely that you do, especially if your concerns are around alcohol, opioids or any other psychoactive substance.
Inpatient vs Outpatient Rehab in India
After the decision has been made to undertake a period of rehabilitation one of the first decisions will be to choose between inpatient rehab or outpatient treatment. At Worlds Best Rehab we are firm advocates of inpatient treatment models, given the greater chance of long-term complete recovery.
Statistically, those choosing residential treatment in 48-day, 60-day or 90-day programs stand a greater chance of success long-term. The 28-day rehab model can also be successful although do remember that if the 28-days includes a period of medical detox then the total number of ‘therapeutic days’ will be greatly reduced. For this very reason many rehabs in India have after care or secondary treatment options to assist a client reintegrate into their new life in recovery.
Alcohol and Substance abuse is one of the biggest killers in the World with nearly 3 million directly attributable deaths per year and countless more unattributed. Even with these facts it remains the one with the most stigma. Worlds Best Rehab is designed to help people make informed choices about high end treatment for recovery from a life threatening condition.
India Detox Rehab
Phase one of inpatient India rehab usually starts with detoxification and it’s the detox phase of recovery that presents the most brutal physical symptoms of addiction. Detox can be undertaken in a medically supervised home detox environment though this must be under the guidance and direction of a India rehab physician.
A poorly managed detox can be fatal as the potentially life-threatening effects of suddenly quitting (withdrawing) from alcohol and substance abuse can be very severe.
For many people it is safest and preferable to detox under medical supervision in a India rehab facility.
Stages of India Rehab
After a successful detox, therapeutic efforts begin at the in earnest at the India rehab of choice to address the underlying symptoms and catalysts that lead to substance abuse and behavioral disorder. During inpatient India rehab this phase of recovery includes therapy, counseling, peer support and medical care if required.
Additionally, many holistic and nutritional therapies can be applied at this stage including nutritional rehabilitation, biochemical restoration, equine therapy, art therapy, yoga, exercise and a raft of local and international techniques.
Admissions Process for India Rehab
There are many different pathways into rehab in India and we still believe that reaching out to rehabs and treatment centers directly is the best way.
You may be referred by your medical specialist or interventionist, but it pays to ask whether that physician or referrer will receive a commission for your admission. Be sure not to accept the first recommendation for a Rehab Facility in India and check our full list of handpicked and expertly vetted facilities in India.
From making the initial enquiry to a India Rehab our featured treatment centers will work with you to understand the nature of the clients condition and to assess whether their facility or treatment models are best suited to the individual needs and requirements. Often, a client will be based out of State or indeed internationally and the rehab team will work closely alongside other medical and sober transport agencies to ensure a safe and secure transport pathway to admission.
Outpatient Rehab in India
Outpatient treatment varies in length, depending on the specific needs of the patient and might require 13-26 hours of treatment participation per week and can last from 3 to 12 months. Outpatient treatment in India can be successful, of that there is no doubt. Though many patients need to draw upon huge reserves of self-motivation and self-discipline to fully recover. And during active addiction such reserves have generally been exhausted through the very cycle of addiction that leads a patient or their loved ones to consider rehab in India as the only option.
Dual Diagnosis in India
Dual diagnosis: In India, the term dual diagnosis refers to psychiatric disorder and addictive behavior. Dual diagnosis allows the treatment of co-occurring mental health issues alongside other individualized treatment methods.
The 2017 study was published as GBD 2017 Risk Factor Collaborators – “Global, regional, and national comparative risk assessment of 84 behavioural, environmental and occupational, and metabolic risks or clusters of risks for 195 countries and territories, 1990-2017: a systematic analysis for the Global Burden of Disease Study 2017” and is online here.
Further Guidance and Support
National Institute on Drug Abuse (NIDA)
Information: Guidance and support on treatment. Specific guides for teens, young adults and adults, as well as those trying to support someone with a drug use disorder.