for alcohol addiction, substance use disorder, and dual diagnosis.
Are you considering rehab because your drug or alcohol habit is out of control? If so, you will learn that nutritional therapy is part of the healing experience. However, does specific and unique treatment matter when you overcome substance abuse? In fact, it can have a lasting effect on your ability to prevent a relapse.
Eat What Your Body Needs
How Nutritional Therapy Becomes Part of Rehab
You eat convenience foods, but they don’t give you the energy to get out of bed. Therefore, stimulants fix the problem. You have headaches because of the fast food you eat. However, pain pills come to the rescue.
Overeating pizza and similar high-calorie foods makes you gain weight. Stimulants help you to shed the pounds. Therefore, do you see a pattern? If you keep eating the way you did when you used drugs, it’s only a matter of time before you relapse. With nutritional counseling, you learn how to feed yourself properly to eliminate many of these problems.
Fitting Nutritional Assistance into an Addiction Treatment Protocol
You shift your focus to making healthier choices as you approach independent living. At that point, it becomes part of the life skills training that takes place at most facilities, and you shift your focus on making healthier choices as you approach independent living.
Is your loved one struggling with an addiction?
At Silver Pines Treatment Center, nutritional therapy is a major aspect of our specialized addiction care. Call us today to learn more.