Neurotherapy for Substance Abuse
How NeurotherapyCan Help Aide Recovery
Drug abuse and addiction are just two of the major problems facing this country today. Fortunately, the medical community is starting to notice the problems that addiction is causing. Since then, this has led to the development of a new treatment option that is available known as Neurotherapy. This treatment option has become more and more effective and this is why we use it here at Quest 2 Recovery. Neurotherapy aids the recovery for an addict in numerous amounts of different ways. At Quest 2 Recovery, we truly believe that Neurotherapy will be able to help you. When you attend our residential treatment program, you will have the choice to use this form of addiction treatment or not. Our clinical staff is a team full of highly qualified addiction treatment professionals who will give you nothing but the best for addiction treatment.
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Treating Drug & Alcohol Abuse
What Exactly is Neurotherapy?
For those who might be hearing about Neurotherapy for the first time, this is a treatment option that we offer that specifically targets the brain and how it processes certain forms of information. Some of the applications of Neurotherapy include treating problems such as addiction, depression, anxiety, and even fatigue. The brain processes signals from the world around it in certain ways. By changing how the brain processes these signals, the brain can be trained to develop new skills, alleviating some of the mental health issues from which you might be suffering from. In this fashion, Neurotherapy is based on the novel idea that how people think and feel can be reflected in their overall level of physiological functioning. Issues such as depression, anxiety, and addiction take hold when the brain gets stuck in a certain pattern from which it cannot escape. Over time, the body learns and gets used to these poor thought patterns. This new and unique understanding opens up new opportunities for the treatment of drug abuse and addiction.
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The Process of Neurotherapy
How Neurotherapy Works
Neurotherapy strives to change the way your brain processes information. It does this by stimulating your brain’s own individual cells so they can change their structure and function. By targeting the cellular mechanisms, the wiring of neurons can be changed to improve someone’s overall quality of life. When we use Neurotherapy on our clients, we know this treatment method will help undergo a series of exercises that are designed to change their thought processes. This treatment option offered at our facility is minimally invasive, meaning that any potential side effects and/or discomfort will be minimized. For this reason, Neurotherapy has become a popular treatment option, not only in the field of drug abuse, but as well as in our very own addiction treatment program.
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Overcoming Substance Abuse
The Benefits of Neurotherapy
When Neurotherapy is performed by one of our qualified clinicians, it can be very beneficial. Some of the many benefits of Neurotherapy include:
Stress Relief: When Neurotherapy is employed properly, it can lead to stress relief. This stress relief is important if you have medical problems, struggle with drug abuse and addiction, and even if you are simply trying to lead a healthier life.
Anxiety Management: Anxiety is a common problem especially if you are suffering from drug addiction as well. Anxiety can negatively impact your overall quality of life. While you may have a prescription medication that you reserve for emergency use, Neurotherapy is another option for long-term anxiety management.
Mood Management: Neurotherapy can also be used to help you become more emotionally resilient. So much of how you feel is based around your mood. By improving your mood, you will be in a better position to overcome obstacles such as drug addiction and any mental illness.
Improving Focus: When you are stuck in a mental rut, you often have trouble focusing. This can make it hard for you to complete any recovery process, particularly one that includes drug addiction. Neurotherapy can be used to help you improve your attention and concentration in all areas of life.
Improving Motivation and Energy: If you suffer from addiction and drug abuse problems, you know that motivation and energy are essential for overcoming these issues. This is where Neurotherapy can be extremely helpful. By improving your motivation to beat drug abuse and addiction, you will have a good shot at a successful recovery process.
These are only a few of the many benefits that accompany Neurotherapy.
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Find Healing with Neurotherapy for Drug Abuse at Quest 2 Recovery
Anyone who is looking for an addiction treatment program that uses Neurotherapy in the California area should rely us here at Quest 2 Recovery. At Quest 2 Recovery, we serve as a dual diagnostic and addiction treatment center for those who are looking to overcome addiction. We provide both detoxification and residential inpatient levels of care. By investing in the latest diagnostic and addiction treatment options, we place ourself in a position to maximize your chances of overcoming addiction and mental health issues.