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1.Psychiatric Treatments :
 Addiction is a complex deadly brain dieses it needed highly intensive psychiatric Treatment. With regards to addiction treatment, it's not simply analysts, specialists, and drug and alcohol guides who work to help you in recovery. Psychiatrists, who are doctors that represent considerable authority in the finding and treatment of mental issue, are similarly prone to be a piece of your addiction treatment. 
Psychiatrists assume a noteworthy job during detoxification, the primary period of addiction treatment when addicts are securely weaned off risky substances. Since addiction can influence the cerebrum's neurochemistry, the restorative mastery of psychiatrists is essential. 

At the point when substance misuse co-happens with another mental issue (a double conclusion, for example ,depression ,anxiety , or Bipolar Disorder, treatment by and large includes prescription and social treatment methods, alongside psychiatric consultation. 

What kind of Psychiatrists Treat Addiction? 
In India all psychiatrists may treat addicts although there are some specialization courses available for addiction treatment but there is no ruling to go only with these specialists. 
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Specialists who treat drug or alcohol addiction will investigate the patient's history and when the early indications of inconvenience started to show up. psychiatrists work with patients to decide the purposes behind the advancement of their drug or alcohol addiction. In the event that there is a need, they can recommend prescription to control withdrawal indications and treat basic or existing together mental issue. 

Finding a Psychiatrist for Addiction Treatment 
While addiction treatment specialist can be an extraordinary asset for individuals searching for addiction treatment, care must be taken when choosing a specific specialist. When searching for a addiction specialist, check to ensure they are authorized. Specialists should recharge their permit to rehearse at regular intervals. Additionally ensure they have experience and exposure with the addiction treatment. Generally every govt. approved de addiction centre have a psychiatrist for treatment of addicts, these Psychiatrist have lot more experience than other behavior Psychiatrist. To consult with our Psychiatrist at Shri shuddhi de addiction centre please call 7354887354 or visit us at https://shuddhideaddictioncentre.com .

Assessment of the drug/alcohol use problems 
  • Detoxification
  • Pharmacotherapy
  • Individual counseling
  • Group therapy 
  • Treatment for associated medical and psychiatric illness

2. Counseling

Alcohol Addiction and Drug abuse Counseling

Alcohol Addiction and Drug abuse Counseling is utilized to treat mental and intellectual parts of alcohol addiction. Alongside detoxification, counseling is a crucial part of recovery. Alcohol compulsion counseling happens once introductory detoxification finishes up. 

Detoxification handles the physical parts of alcohol/drug reliance and is handled before alcohol and drug dependence Alcohol Addiction and Drug abuse Counseling
 begins. Incredible withdrawal manifestations can happen during detoxification and these should be defeated before counseling can begin. 

Treating underlying reasons for addiction

Regularly a dependence on alcohol is created so as to adapt to agony and uneasiness brought about by horrendous accidents occurring before. For the most part, the more horrendous the occasion, the more prominent the dependence on alcohol will be. Alcohol addiction advising endeavors to treat this basic injury. 

Different forms of counseling

Alcohol and drug addiction Counseling is accessible in a wide range of pretenses and varieties. The most transcendent type of Alcohol and drug addiction Counseling is as conventional psychotherapy. Psychotherapy is comprised of various 'talking treatments'. The most widely recognized type of psychotherapy accessible today is Psychological Conduct Treatment. Psychotherapy endeavors to unwind mental intentions in habit. Lifting thought processes to a cognizant level enables addicts to challenge and supplant convictions with more advantageous choices. Negative feelings, for example, agony, dread and blame are additionally handled during sessions. 

Advisors endeavor to change convictions in positive ways. Numerous addicts bear mistaken convictions grabbed during adolescence. These convictions never again apply or were never legitimate in any case. Conviction re-assessment is a noteworthy piece of psychotherapy. 

3. Individual therapy

Individual therapy is a channel of psychotherapy where patient and specialist talk about addictive practices on a coordinated premise. Individual therapy is engaged and extreme. It enables addicts to open up to their most profound affections encompassing enslavement. Profoundly private and horrendous accidents are permitted to play out and disentangle. When explanations behind addictive practices are distinguished addicts are urged to reinterpret encounters in more beneficial and progressively gainful ways. 


4. Group therapy

Another type of psychotherapy is Group therapy. As opposed to accepting treatment on a coordinated premise with specialist addicts rather partake in gathering sessions joined by companions who are in treatment. Gatherings are specialist driven despite the fact that gathering individuals share their encounters. Group therapy enables individuals to gain from one another's encounters with alcohol dependence. Gatherings ordinarily comprise of 4 to 10 individuals and sessions keep going for around 60 minutes. 

5.Residential rehabilitation counseling

Treatment sessions occur inside the bounds of a rehabilitation centre focus in an agreeable and secure condition. Issues are conveyed in absolute certainty. All advisors are liable to severe expert codes of secrecy. 

Alcohol/Drug addiction counseling ordinarily goes on for recovery days following culmination of detoxification. When patients leave our Nasha Mukti kendra they get after-care treatment, ordinarily for a year, following fulfillment of recovery. We urge patients to draw in nearby AA (Alcoholic Anonymous) branch upon their arrival home.

6.Support group 

Support groups come in a wide range of arrangements. These gatherings can be comprised of only a couple of individuals meeting in a Nasha Mukti kendra, a little bunch that goes to gatherings at a public venue, or they might be a piece of a bigger association. Gatherings can be comprised of just men or just ladies, individuals of a particular religion, people who fight co-happening psychological wellness issue, or the individuals who are of a specific age (e.g., teenagers or old people). 

Support groups are commonly allowed to join, keep their participation unknown, and open to anybody wishing to stay abstinent and calm. People may go to one of these self improvement recuperation support groups individually or as a major aspect of a total dependence treatment program. Gatherings are regularly offered in an assortment of settings, at different occasions, and in a few distinct arrangements. Support groups are comprised of other individuals who have involvement with liquor misuse and habit, peers who can offer support and trust in continuing recuperation.
Most common support group is Alcoholic Anonymous and Narcotics Anonymous for addicts. 

7.Cognitive behavioral therapy

CBT is a type of psychotherapy that spotlights on how an individual's considerations, convictions, and demeanors influence their sentiments and practices. 

The APA note that CBT depends on various convictions, including the accompanying: 

Unhelpful ways that individuals think can prompt mental issues. 

In the event that individuals learn unhelpful conduct, this, as well, can prompt mental issues. 

Individuals can adapt increasingly advantageous perspectives and carrying on. 

New propensities can soothe side effects of mental and physical conditions and enable individuals to act in better ways. 

Professionals base CBT on the hypothesis that issues emerge from the implications individuals provide for occasions, just as the occasions themselves. Unhelpful musings can make it hard for an individual to work certainly in various circumstances. 

CBT can positively affect how individuals feel and act and outfit them with adapting systems that help them manage difficulties. 

Research demonstrates that CBT can offer help to individuals with gloom, alarm issue, and different other wellbeing conditions. There is additionally developing proof that it can ease unending agony. 

CBT is a wide idea. Various sorts of CBT center around different parts of life. A few kinds address explicit issues, for instance, passionate or social difficulties. 

A course of CBT comprises of a progression of sessions, wherein an instructor and an individual or gathering meet normally and work together.



8. - 12 Step program 

The 12 Steps for De addiction

Step 1-Powerlessness
We admitted we were powerless over our addiction - that our lives had become unmanageable
Step 1 is the first step to freedom. I admit to myself that something is seriously wrong in my life. I have created messes in my life. Perhaps my whole life is a mess, or maybe just important parts are a mess. I admit this and quit trying to play games with myself anymore. I realize that my life has become unmanageable in many ways. It is not under my control anymore. I do things that I later regret doing and tell myself that I will not do them again. But I do. I keep on doing them, in spite of my regrets, my denials, my vows, my cover-ups and my facades. The addiction has become bigger than I am. The first step is to admit the truth of where I am, that I am really powerless over this addiction and that I need help.
- From 12Step.org

Step 2-Hope
Came to believe that a Power greater than ourselves could restore us to sanity
Step 2 is a step of hope, faith and realization. It is a big step towards God. In spite of all of the failures in my own life - all of the broken promises, hard feelings, disappointments, failures, destructive behavior, hatred, anxiety, depression or guilt in my life - there is still hope. There is hope because there is a Power greater than myself. And this Power has the ability to restore my life to a life where there is freedom from the insanity of addictive behaviors. I begin to realize that such a Power exists and this Power is able to set me on the road to recovery and freedom. 
- From 12Step.org

Step 3- Decision
Made a decision to turn our will and our lives over to the care of God as we understood God
Step 3 is where I decide to trust God with my recovery. I have admitted my powerlessness to overcome my addictive behaviors on my own. I have realized that there is a Higher Power that can deliver me from the insanity of my addiction. Now I am ready to make the step of giving these matters over to this Higher Power, to God as I understand God. I trust that God can restore me to a right mind, a sane mind that leads me to sane and healthy behavior and a life filled with greater serenity, personal power and even joy. I let God be the overall manager of my life. I "let go and let God".
- From 12Step.org

Step 4-Inventory
Made a searching and fearless moral inventory of ourselves
Step 4 During the first three steps I have turned my attention from my addiction and the wreckage that it has done to my life to the God that I have come to realize can deliver me from my addiction. I have faced the truth of my situation and turned this situation over to the God who can help me. Now it is time to start seeing things as they truly are rather than through the glass of my addicted mind and heart. The first step in this process of "getting real" is to take an honest inventory of my life. Exactly where have I been, what have I done and how far did I go in my addictive behaviors? When and where did they start and where have they led me? This is a vital step away from my addicted life filled with chaos and insane behaviors towards a conscious life filled with more personal power and serenity.
- From 12Step.org

Step 5 Confession
Admitted to God, to ourselves and to another human being the exact nature of our wrongs
Step 5 Having taken my personal inventory in step 4, I am now ready to share that inventory. I share it with my God, with myself and with another human being. This allows my history to become more real with me. It begins to become in my mind what it truly is, namely "my history". By sharing it with another person, I begin to pull down the fake truths of my life - the facades and the games - and I begin to be who I truly am and build my life with others on the basis of honesty and truth. 
- From 12Step.org

Step 6-Readiness
Were entirely ready to have God remove all these defects of character
Step 6 is a step of preparation and reflection. I have been preparing for a significant change in my life and now I need to make sure that I am ready. I need to make sure in my own heart and mind that I am truly willing for God to remove these defects of character that have enabled my addictive behaviors. It might mean letting go of other things in my life in order to allow God to do the work that needs to be done. I need to determine if I am truly ready. 
- From 12Step.org

Step 7-Asked God
Humbly asked God to remove our shortcomings
Step 7 is similar to step 3. It is more specific, however, because now I have completed my personal inventory and so I have a better idea of the roots of my addictive behaviors. I do my best to not play games about these defects of character. In this step I surrender to the "surgery of God" and ask God to remove these defects of character. I do this with a sincere and humble heart, knowing that only in such a way can I find my path to true sanity and peace. 
This may also mean action on my part in getting rid of sources that lead me to addictive behaviors. If it is my pride that makes me believe that I can still live with these sources of temptation, then the sources need to go along with my pride. I rid my life of those things, people or situations that are causing me to fall or stumble as far as I can do so in a responsible manner.
- From 12Step.org

Step 8-Amends List
Made a list of all persons we had harmed, and became willing to make amends to them all
Step 8 is the beginning of making amends, of healing the past with others. From the inventory of Step 4, I have a good starting place for making a list of people that I have harmed. I look over my personal inventory and possibly reflect on my life again. I make a list of the people that I have harmed. I can write down thoughts beside each name about what the appropriate amends might be. I then go through the list and make sure I am willing in my heart to make the amends.
- From 12Step.org

Step 9-Amends
Made direct amends to such people wherever possible, except when to do so would injure them or others
Step 9 completes what I started in step 8. I make amends to those that I have harmed. I pay back debts I owe. I apologize. I write letters. I find time to do and say things that would help heal the damage that I have done. I try to bring goodness where previously I had brought discord and destruction. It takes insight, courage and dedication to make such amends, but now I have the help of my God to know what to do and how to do it. I learn to earnestly seek the right way to go about this process from my God. I start to live the kind of life that my God has meant for me to live all along. 
- From 12Step.org

Step 10-Inventory
Continued to take personal inventory and when we were wrong promptly admitted it
Step 10 begins laying the foundation for the rest of my life. It is a pledge to continually monitor my life with honesty and humility. It requires me to be vigilant against my addictive behavior and against the triggers for my addictive behavior. It requires me to be humble before my God who can keep me from my addictive behavior if I have the right attitude. It requires me to deal with my defects promptly when they arise and not to let them linger in my life.
- From 12Step.org

Step 11- Keep Contact
Sought through prayer and meditation to improve our conscious contact with God as we understood God, praying only for knowledge of God's will for us and the power to carry that out
Step 11 is my continual reality check and compass. It keeps me grounded in the reality that I know has brought me out of my addictive behaviors. It keeps me in a safe place by keeping my conscious contact with God. Through prayer and meditation I maintain this conscious contact with God and continually try to carry out what God leads me to do. In that path, I find the sanity, serenity and joy that I have been seeking. 
- From 12Step.org

Step 12-Help Others
Having had a spiritual awakening as the result of these steps, we tried to carry this message to other addicts, and to practice these principles in all our affairs
Step 12 gives me the satisfaction of helping others. I am uniquely suited to help others that have suffered the same addiction as I have suffered with. Although I did not plan on being in the role of the recovering addict, I find myself in that role because of the choices that I have made. It now becomes my duty as well as my joy and privilege to find others suffering in a similar way and to help them in the best way that I know how. It completes the cycle of life and I get to play a wonderful part in it.
- From 12Step.org



9. Yoga:

 Yoga is a physical, mental and spiritual practice that started in old India. It ended up prevalent in the West in the twentieth century. The word, yoga, originates from the Sanskrit yuj, which signifies "to yok" and "samadhi" or "focus." Thus, yoga is the training that intends to join the brain, body and soul. A definitive objective of yoga is to accomplish freedom.A good rehabilitation program cant be complete without practicing yoga. At Shri shuddhi Nasha Mukti Kendra patients enjoy the practice 6 days in a week.

10. Pranayam:

Pranayam is a practice to control the breath, by practicing this on daily basis an addict can breathe better and increase the brain oxygen level.
At Shri shuddhi Nasha Mukti Kendra Bhopal patients enjoy the practice 6 days in a week.

11. Dhyan:

It is describes as yoga of meditation, it’s a state of mindfulness or focusing of mind on a particular point within you.Helpful for addicts to maintain their concentration level and behavioral problem.

12. Shirodhara: Shirodhara is a Purifying and Rejuvenating Therapy intended to dispose of poisons and mental weariness just as soothe pressure and any evil consequences for the focal sensory system. Shirodhara is an exceptional type of antiquated treatment of pouring oil on the brow from a particular stature and for a particular period ceaselessly and musically enabling the oil to go through the scalp and into the hair. Scientists are recognizing the relationship between what Eastern cultures have referred to as the ‘third eye’, and the hypothalamus, pituitary and pineal glands – situated deep inside the brain - the exact area Ayurveda has always identified as the seat of the third eye, and which is the focal point during shirodhara therapy. Many hormonal imbalances are focused on the head. Therefore shirodhara therapy is beneficial for restoring hormonal balance in the body.  This process stimulates the hypothalamus, pituitary and pineal glands (third eye) and creates proper communication between these areas in order for them secrete sufficient amounts of hormones. .

Above techniques all together create de addiction and rehabilitation program where a patient need to stay for 4-6 month for treatment in a de addiction centre(Nasha Mukti Kendra),This is a common de addiction program which is used for all kind of addiction.

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