APPROACHING ADDICTION RECOVERY WITH A POSITIVE MINDSET
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Addiction is when you no longer feel in control and are physically and mentally dependent on a substance, legal or illegal drugs, stimulants like nicotine or alcohol, and even over-indulgence in food.
You know when you’re an addict when you are using more of a substance than is safe for longer than intended, and you’re unable to cut down or stop using the medium you’re addicted to. You might ask why this is a problem - the answer is that addiction is preventing you from living an everyday life then you have a problem.
Recovering from addictions is not easy, as an addict’s brain has been overstimulated, in effect, rewired from its natural state into a state of constant reward and pleasure stimulation, but over time, the brain resets itself and requires more and more stimulation to achieve the initial effect.
At this point, the addict can indulge in risky behaviour, exhibit signs of impaired control that are antisocial and can become a problem for the individual and their families.
If you identify as an addict or you feel that your addictive tendencies are getting the better of you, there is a solution that can offer rapid results. Targeted brain stimulation and training will bring addiction under control, making you feel immediate physical and mental health benefits.
Here’s how it works…
THE SURPRISING LINK BETWEEN MINDFULNESS AND ADDICTION RECOVERY
Practising mindfulness can help you overcome addictive behaviours and live a healthier, happier life. Several studies concluded that mindfulness plays a massive part in addiction recovery and is integral to many emerging cognitive-behavioural and general behavioural treatments.
Increasing awareness or making automatic thoughts explicit through brain training exercises that promote a mindful approach can reduce addictive behaviour aiding recovery over time. Increased awareness will also interrupt negative impulsive tendencies, which perpetuate addictive behaviour.
Addiction is not a choice but a disease that requires treatment and support. By choosing Rebalance Impulse brain training therapy, you can learn how to reframe your understanding of addiction and completely change your thought process.
THE POWER OF TARGETED BRAIN STIMULATION IN ADDICTION RECOVERY
Targeted brain training will bring your addictions under control and help you overcome cravings and compulsive behaviours to find a new sense of balance and well-being.
By using the Rebalance Impulse protocol of meditative practices to promote awareness of triggers and automated reactions related to substance use. The “Addictions” program exercises, coupled with specific synchromotherapy® stimulations (A targeted movement program), take individuals into deep relaxation and allow for emotional rebalancing.
Moreover, Rebalance Impulse sessions decrease stress and anxiety, releasing neurohormones of happiness and well-being as a byproduct. In a few short sessions, the relationship to addictions is profoundly modified. The program inhibits the behaviours related to the desire to consume, thus gradually diminishing and then extinguishing cravings.
HOW REBALANCE® IMPULSE WORKS
REBALANCE® Impulse is a non-invasive Mental Wellness and Neuro-Relaxation device that consists of a zero-gravity bed, a neurofeedback headband and biofeedback wristbands to deliver cognitive training based on applied neuroscience through visual and audio stimulation.
The device rapidly rebalances the autonomic nervous system through increased parasympathetic activity. It includes rebalancing the brain waves to favour the production of alpha conducive to relaxation in the waking state.
OVERCOMING ADDICTION: ONE SUSTAINABLE STEP AT A TIME
Recovery is a journey, not a destination. Learn how to break down your addiction into manageable steps that are sustainable and celebrate each small victory along the way.
Each session of meditative practices takes you closer to your recovery goal. There might be setbacks as relapse is prevalent following substance abuse treatments. The need for aftercare interventions is built into our “Addictions” program.
Mindfulness-based relapse prevention (MBRP), combined with specific synchromotherapy® stimulations, integrates evidence-based practices from mindfulness-based interventions and cognitive-behavioural relapse prevention (RP) approaches to offer the ability to deal with triggering circumstances.
THE SCIENCE OF ADDICTION RECOVERY: WHAT THE RESEARCH TELLS US
Research in the form of measuring mindfulness and examining its relationship with substance abuse confirms that mindfulness works. Further studies by Bowen et al. The efficacy of mindfulness-based relapse prevention (MBRP), standard relapse prevention (SRP), and treatment for substance use disorders agree that a program based on mindfulness can prevent relapse.
Brewer et al. Craving to quit: Psychological models and neurobiological mechanisms of mindfulness training as addiction treatment agree that mindfulness training targets the addictive loop breaking the downward destructive addiction cycle.
The Rebalance Impulse program is backed by science. Read more about addiction recovery with a positive mindset program here. If you’re an elite team, a medical professional or a wellness facility and would like to know more about this product and what it can offer you, contact us on 01234 862 762.