Relapse is a possibility for anyone in recovery from alcohol or drug addiction, regardless of how long it has been since they last used a drug. Addiction is defined by the National Institute on Drug Abuse as a disorder characterized by compulsive drug use, often despite harmful consequences, that results in long-term brain changes.
Addiction is both a relapsing and chronic disease. This implies that other diseases such as asthma and hypertension have no cure. Relapse is a common occurrence in all chronic diseases, including addiction. Relapse rates for substance use disorders have been estimated to be between 40 and 60 percent in studies.
If you’ve been in recovery for a while and relapsed, that doesn’t mean you’ve failed. It doesn’t invalidate your prior efforts to remain drug-free, nor does it imply that any rehab program you participated in was ineffective. However, that does not mean you should use this as an excuse to justify abusing drugs.
Even though there is no remedy for addiction, you can take steps to avoid relapse. To combat addiction’s destructive effects on your brain, you must be assertive and persistent. You have a lot of resources at your disposal to help you with your long-term recovery. These suggestions can help you stay clean and sober by providing you with new ideas to integrate into your recovery.
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If you've been in recovery for a while and relapsed, that doesn't mean you've failed. It doesn't invalidate your prior efforts to remain drug-free, nor does it imply that any rehab program you participated in was ineffective. However, that does not mean you should use this as an excuse to justify abusing drugs.read more