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Dealing with cravings is a normal part of recovery. Over time, you’ll recognize these cravings more readily and easily overcome them. Initially, however, it can be frightening to cope with a craving. That doesn’t mean you need to act upon every craving, though.
Cravings are generally more intense when you first begin the road to recovery such as right after detox and treatment. Developing a plan to deal with the urges as they appear is a good strategy. Overtime they will decrease in intensity and be more manageable.
You may notice that cravings increase when you are feeling stressed, anxious, or depressed. Just like any other uncomfortable emotion, these heightened states can lead to reaching for substances to cope or numb out.
It is entirely possible to resist cravings.Try to remember that they will pass over time and commit to find effective ways to overcome those temptations.
Last, practice. It takes time to learn a new habit or behavior so keep trying new and effective ways to overcome cravings and you’ll be on your way to long-term sobriety.
If you or someone you know are struggling with an alcohol or drug addiction and are in need of detox, Gallus Medical Detox Centers can help. Using a proprietary method, we offer a safer, comfortable, and more effective method for detox from substance use. Call Gallus Medical Detox Centers today at [Direct], to see if our treatment program is right for you.
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