Tulasi Health Care: A Leading De Addiction Treatment Centre in Delhi
Comprehensive Treatment for Substance Abuse
Substance dependence is harmful It alters mood and ruins life. Illegal drugs are not the only substances that can be abused, Alcohol, prescription and over-the-counter medications, inhalants and solvents, and even coffee and cigarettes can be harmful when they are taken excessively. Theoretically, any substance can be abused if taken without considering the limit. Regular and excess use of a substance is known as "ADDICTION".
Addiction is a complex disease but treatable. Tulasi Health care is a leading drug de addiction and rehabilitation centre in Delhi, India, offering wide range of solutions to get rid of addiction.
At our drug addiction centre, we treat the patient with the best possible treatment plans:-
- Behavioural therapy
- Combined medication and behavioural therapy
- Support groups like AA and NA
We have a professional team of psychiatrists, psychologists, social workers and de-addiction counsellors, treating patients with love and compassion. People with substance abuse trying to recover often face altered brains chemistry, strong abuse-related memories and decreased impulse control. They have a strong carving for the use of the substance. It leaves people vulnerable to relapse even after years of being abstinent.
As a chronic recurring illness, addiction may require repeated treatments until abstinence is achieved. In order to get long-term or life-term recovery, right treatment is must.
It is a detoxification treatment. It reliefs patients from the withdrawals and craving. Replacements like benzodiazepines and morphine group of medicines are used. Detoxification is done under complete medical care because it may develop serious complications. Medications such as methadone, buprenorphine and naltrexone, are prescribed for patients suffering from opiod addiction. Disulfiram, Acamprol, Naltrexone, and Topimarate are for alcohol dependence.
Cognitive behaviour therapy:
The goal of cognitive behavioural therapy is to teach the patient to deal with the situations in which they are most likely to abuse, avoid these circumstances, and cope with other behavioural changes. Cognitive behaviour therapy has two main components--
- functional analysis
- skills training
At our drug and alcohol rehabilitation centre in Delhi, we have included both main components for the therapy to get rid of addiction.
The therapist and the patient try to identify the thoughts, feelings and circumstances of the patient before and after they abused. This helps the patient determine the risks that are likely to lead to a relapse. Unlike other drug de addiction centres in Delhi, Tulasi implements appropriate treatment for addicted people. Tulasi De addiction Centre has customized psychotherapy program to an individual's particular needs.
We strongly believe that it is possible to de addict from alcohol, smoking and any substance use when you win over your thoughts. Working together, the therapist and the patient try to identify the thoughts, feelings and circumstances of the patient before and after they drink or use drugs. This helps the patient to determine the risks that are likely to lead to a relapse. Functional analysis can also give the person insight into why they drink or use drugs and identify circumstances in which the person has coping difficulties.
If someone is at the point where they need professional treatment for their alcohol or drug dependence, chances are they are using alcohol or drugs as their main means of coping with their problems. The goal of cognitive behavior therapy is to get the person to learn or relearn better coping skills. The therapist tries to help the individual unlearn old habits and learn to develop healthier skills and habits. The main goal of cognitive behavior therapy is to educate the alcohol or drug-dependent person to change the way they think about their substance abuse and to learn new ways to cope with the situations and circumstances that led to their drinking or drugging episodes in the past.
Alcoholics Anonymous (AA), the first twelve-step fellowship, was founded in 1935 by Bill Wilson and Dr. Bob Smith. At our de Addiction centre, we follow the Twelve-Step Program to provide recovery from addiction, compulsion, or other behavioural problems. This is an effective, powerful and well-planned de addiction treatment for alcohol.
The process involves the following process:-
- Admitting that one cannot control one's addiction or compulsion.
- Recognizing a higher power that can give strength.
- Examining past errors with the help of a sponsor (experienced member).
- Making amends for these errors.
- Learning to live a new life with a new code of behaviour.
- Helping others who suffer from the same addictions or compulsions.
Intervention at TULASI is a multi pronged approach; Treatment module is divided into 3 broad categories Medical Intervention, Psychotherapy, Behaviour Modification and Support groups like A.A., N.A., and ALANON.
We believe in making a difference and that can only come about, if we enable these individual and their families to get empowered. Similarly in process to do that we just don't involve patient but try our best to involve the family members as well. There is nothing in the world that cannot be conquered by human beings and de addiction of alcohol and drugs is not a great thing for them. They can conquer over it.
Efforts are to make the treatment as smooth as possible, however the nature of illness can only be dealt with some amount discipline.
We enforce rules, regulation and discipline on the client so to achieve his goals at earliest.
In Tulasi, we intensively focus on the how we can educate every individual, to develop and build an insight about their illness.
We have treated patient from different background and different countries, hence the program we have here is appreciated worldwide.
This approach has lead to the recovery success rate of 60% to 70% .