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Signs you Need Inpatient Addiction Treatment

Do you wake every morning resolved to quit using or drinking, only to find yourself caving into your cravings or withdrawal symptoms before the day is over? Overcoming an addiction is no small feat as this is a disease that hijacks your mind, body, and soul. 

At Tres Vistas Recovery, under the compassionate direction of Dr. Daniel Headrick, our team of addiction specialists provides the tools you need to take charge of your life again. Because a substance use disorder involves so many areas of your life, including your physical, mental, and emotional health, you need an approach that addresses these three areas, preferably in an environment where there's little distraction.

If you’re on the fence about inpatient addiction treatment, here’s a look at how it can safely put you on the road to recovery.

Battling withdrawal symptoms

One of the first hurdles to overcoming a substance use disorder are the withdrawal symptoms that develop when you go without your drug of choice for any length of time. These symptoms can range from trembling to nausea and vomiting and they can be powerful enough to send even the strongest among us back to using.

With our residential treatment, we first guide you through the detox process, safely and with the tools you need to ease your withdrawal symptoms, including medications that offset many of the major side effects.

Inability to quit on your own

Trying to overcome an addiction on your own is exhausting, frustrating, and, all too often, ineffective. Most of our clients report that the moment they walk through our doors, they feel a sense of relief knowing that they don’t have to fight on their own anymore.

With our inpatient rehab, you can stop struggling and lean on us for help. We offer support and guidance every step of the way as you regain your strength, your will, and your happiness with each day of recovery.

Same people, places, and things

One of the biggest issues in overcoming an addiction is being surrounded by the same people, places, and things that can trigger your usage. If you find yourself swirling in a world where landmines lie around every corner, it’s time to seek safety.

Through our residential rehab, we provide an oasis where you can concentrate on your own health without the drama and distractions of the outside world.

Rest assured, that world will still be waiting for you on the other side, but the time spent in our care equips you with the tools you need to face it again, stronger than ever.

Loss of interest

Do you watch as friends or loved ones seem to excel in their lives, making you feel more and more like a failure? We assure you, you’re not a failure — you’re just temporarily lost. Through our inpatient program, we provide family counseling, therapy, and group support that aim to build you up so that you can regain much-needed confidence.

A small investment of time for a lifetime of freedom

If you’re concerned that you simply can’t take a month or two out of your life to address your substance use, we’d like to point out that a residential treatment program is an incredibly small investment of your time that delivers untold rewards for the rest of your life.

In fact, it’s no exaggeration to say that this investment, made now, will save you endless years of struggle that may land you in a far worse place than you are now. To learn more about our residential treatment program, contact our facility in San Juan Capistrano, California, to learn more.

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