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You have many decisions to make when you or a loved one make life-changing decisions to seek professional rehab treatment. One of these is choosing between the inpatient and outpatient programs, which have distinct advantages and disadvantages. The primary difference is that inpatient treatment removes distractions by immersing your mind in the program. In contrast, the outpatient program is more flexible for patients who want to check into the facility a couple of times every week.

How does one choose the right program?

As stated above, each one has a different recovery approach, meaning you should be specific in choosing one that addresses specific alcohol and drug dependency needs. The fundamentals of addiction include but are not limited to the following conditions:

  • Physical wellness – Addiction patients usually seek treatment when their body is in a desperate recovery state. The primary goal of rehab should be to reverse the effects of addiction and ease withdrawal symptoms.
  • Mental wellness – Drug addiction usually includes a degree of mental illness, which must be treated if you want to uncover the real cause of real addiction and prevent relapse
  • Social skills – Treatment should always include therapies that rebuild one's social skills to shield one against similar drug addiction temptations.
  • Environment transformation – Nearly all drug addicts have environmental triggers that lead to addiction.

Substance addiction puts your body in a fragile state that should receive immediate treatment to prevent irreversible results. Both inpatient and outpatient programs offer benefits, but only one that can impact your life in powerful ways to support a complete overhaul of the body and mind.

Benefits of inpatient rehab over the outpatient rehab at Chapter Recovery

Full-time support

Overcoming addiction is easy when you have 24/7 support with a medical and therapeutic team. It is better to choose an inpatient program because it is safe and comfortable and will support the direst situations with equal excellence.

Eliminate distractions

There are many reasons to stay away from the environment responsible for triggering a drug addiction problem. Living in rehab offers you peace of mind by protecting your mind against the temptations that foster bad decisions. While the temporary hideout does not guarantee you permanent recovery, you have a good chance of kicking out the old habits.

Discover the root cause of drug addiction

It is easy for our team to discover your drug addiction's underlying problems because we have the medical team and experience of handling different patients. The first step is detox from drugs to rid your body from the dangerous drugs and alcohol, then diagnosing you for mental and emotional imbalances that make you vulnerable to drug addiction.

The bottom line is that an inpatient alcohol abuse disorder treatment will offer better results when you stick it out through the entire duration. Rehab is like a vacation in a bubble, where you get in touch with all the senses of your emotions and mind.

Alcohol detox treatment centers can only help you get into the inpatient program when you contact us. Call 877-recovery/877-732-6837 for in-depth information with a free consultation or an insurance verification program.



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