Sober and Staying There
A journey through rehabilitation to recovery is never an easy one but is definitely possible when you have the right support. What could be debated as the toughest part, however, is maintaining your sobriety once you are totally sober. Temptations are everywhere, from stress in daily life to parties during holidays but staying sober should always be your main priority.
Step One Recovery can help you on the road to sobriety with their highly qualified therapists and luxurious facilities. Once you are sober and back into your old environments and daily life, there may be occasions where a relapse could be possible. We want to remind you just how important it is for you to stay sober.
Sober and you
After your detox your health begins to steadily increase. Your immune system will have strengthened and you will not be such a target to major diseases such as cancer. However, if you don’t manage to stay sober these positive benefits will inevitably reverse. It is a difficult task but one you must embark upon for yourself and your loved ones.
As you know there are countless benefits of being sober, not just physically but mentally and socially. Those around you who have given you the opportunity to have a second chance and build on your relationships. Everything that you have developed with them, including trust, would be severely effected if you did not manage to maintain your sobriety, no matter what substance. It would result in a major strain on the relationships and could make you feel depressed and/or lonely once again.
If you feel like you are slipping and can identify some warning signs of the possibility of a relapse or if you have relapsed, get in touch with Step One Recovery to help and guide you back onto the right path at our rehabilitation center.