The Carter Treatment Center integrates meditation therapy into all our innovative addiction treatment programs. Anyone can benefit from practicing meditation, including people suffering from all types of addictions such as:
- Drug or alcohol addiction
- Sex addiction
- Compulsive gambling
- Eating disorders
Guided meditation sessions allow people to take more control over their emotions. Sessions involve being mindful of the present moment and learning not to focus on mistakes of the past or fear of the future.
HOW MEDITATION THERAPY HELPS ADDICTION RECOVERY
There are many advantages to meditation, including improved concentration, self-awareness, inner peace, and improved health. People who practice meditation regularly also enjoy an improved quality of sleep.
As part of the addiction treatment process, meditation is particularly helpful for a variety of reasons. During the early months of recovery, most addicts struggle to think clearly as their minds try to adjust to living life without turning to drugs or alcohol to get by. Throughout this time emotions are sometimes erratic and mood swings can be common.
If a person doesn’t find ways to cope with emotional challenges during the recovery process, they are at a significantly greater risk of relapsing back into a pattern of substance abuse and other self-destructive behaviors.
BENEFITS OF MEDITATION
Meditation is a powerful tool that is effective in helping to reduce cravings. Participating in guided meditation sessions also increases a person’s ability to manage stress, as the mind stays focused on the present rather than worrying about challenges that may arise in the future.
Meditation therapy also reduces symptoms of anxiety and depression that can be common for many people throughout the recovery process. By remaining focused in the present moment, you are able to become free from negative thought patterns.
CONTACT US TO LEARN MORE ABOUT MEDITATION THERAPY FOR ADDICTION
The skilled addiction specialists at The Carter Treatment Center strive to help each person discover the underlying psychological triggers that sparked the cycle of substance abuse in the first place. Meditation is one of the addiction treatment methods used to help you identify and resolve the underlying issues that contribute to such self-destructive behavior.
To learn more about our meditation therapy services, call our addiction centers in Suwanee and Cumming, GA at (678) 737-4430.We also provide services to residents of Gainesville, John’s Creek, Dawsonville, and surrounding areas.
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