Many people think that drugs such as ice or cannabis are the only substances that cause addiction, yet experts claim that alcohol is the most common substance that people get addicted to. No matter what it is, successful drug rehabilitation is usually the only way to break an addiction and have any chance at a normal life, free of being tied to taking a substance that will soon cause ruin and eventually end in death.
The trouble with most addictions is that people don’t want to believe that they have no control over the amount they take or frequency of use. They deceive themselves and others into believing that they could stop any time they want to; it is just that they do not choose to stop – yet. In fact, if they really tried to stop, they would soon find out that it was impossible to do so.
One major trouble with addiction to drugs is that of the cost. Addicts usually have to resort to selling the drugs to feed their own addiction because that is the only kind of job they are capable of doing that pays enough. They cannot be trusted to take any kind of responsibility, especially long term, and their mental abilities degrade over time so any other kind of job they are lucky enough to get will not last long.
This is why the only way out is to get professional rehabilitation and the best way to do it is to book into a clinic where this is offered. Staying in your home or accommodation where your friends and acquaintances can contact you is no good because those who still talk to you are the ones that either have drugs for you or want you to sell them. And you won’t have the ability to refuse because the withdrawal symptoms can be so hard to endure.
Being taken right away from the drug scene is best. Staying in a clinic where you can be treated for the symptoms of withdrawal and not being able to leave it until after that hard part is over, will give you the best chance of winning through. You can then have rehabilitation that includes counselling to find and treat the cause of you taking drugs in the first place.
You may think that your addiction was actually accidental and that you decided to try drugs in the first place just for a laugh. But this is not usually the case. Mostly there are feelings of rejection from parents or peers, or other feelings that are difficult to manage without something to dull that emotional pain you are going through. Whatever the reason, getting professional help is the best way for you to break the habit and get back to a normal lifestyle.