No Coming Back To The Unhealthy Life: Relapse Prevention Strategies


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Technically, a relapse can be defined as a return to drug and substance abuse after a period of detox or rehab. Relapse is, however, a more personal problem, contrary to what most people think. Actually, according to the National Institute on Drug Abuse, over 60% of people struggling with addiction will eventually relapse within a year of recovery or detox. The statistics are startling, but those who had a personal experience with drug addiction and recovery are aware of the challenges and hardships in the recovery journey. Therefore, because the possibility of relapse is always rife during the recovery journey, equipping yourself with a variety of relapse prevention strategies will help you in achieving your long-term sobriety goals…click here to continue reading