Phil Lovin Shares Some Useful Tips to Avoid Addiction Relapse

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Phil Lovin, an expert in the field of addiction recovery and ministry believes that recovering from any kind of addiction is a long term process which simply doesn’t end with treatment completion. According to Phil Lovin, relapse isn’t inevitable. Recognizing the causes, signs & symptoms of relapse can help you avoid the pain of returning to drugs. Start with identifying your Personal Triggers. Next, recognize the Relapse Warning Signs. Avoid old destructive routines & habits; Build healthy relationships with everyone around you including your friends, family members, and colleagues; and Practice healthy living by exercising regularly, getting ample sleep, eating well-balanced meals, etc.

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Phil Lovin Shares Some Useful Tips to Avoid Addiction Relapse:

Phil Lovin Shares Some Useful Tips to Avoid Addiction Relapse

Recovering From Addition Is a Long Term Process, Says Phil Lovin:

Recovering From Addition Is a Long Term Process, Says Phil Lovin Phil Lovin , an expert in the field of addiction recovery and ministry believes that recovering from any kind of addiction is a long term process which simply doesn’t end with treatment completion. The days/weeks/months you spend in rehab getting treatment including the counseling , careful medical oversight, and group work helps in creating a solid foundation for recovery. However, all that you learn during the treatment must be practiced even after you are out of the rehab, or else, you may soon end up struggling with relapse like several recovering individuals.

Phil’s Thoughts on Avoiding Relapse:

Phil’s Thoughts on Avoiding Relapse According to Phil Lovin , relapse isn’t inevitable. Recognizing the causes, signs & symptoms of relapse can help you avoid the pain of returning to drugs. Moreover, the reasons for relapse may vary from person to person, however the coping mechanism you need for dealing with it is universal.

Start With Identifying Your Personal Triggers:

Start With Identifying Your Personal Triggers Avoiding a relapse starts with identifying your personal triggers, says Phil Lovin . Some common triggers include: Emotional Distress Environmental Cues which result in Cravings Friends who are still using Drugs or Drinking Job or Financial Problems Relationship Troubles

Next, Recognize the Relapse Warning Signs:

Next, Recognize the Relapse Warning Signs Phil Lovin explains that a relapse usually occurs when you fail to recognize the warning signs. Some of the common signs that you shouldn’t overlook are: Getting back to the previous addictive thinking patterns Engaging in compulsive behaviors Looking for situations involving people engaged in drugs or alcohol Thinking less rationally Behaving less responsibly

More Tips to Avoid Addiction Relapse:

More Tips to Avoid Addiction Relapse Avoid old destructive routines & habits Build healthy relationships with everyone around you including your friends, family members, and colleagues. Practice healthy living by exercising regularly, getting ample sleep, eating well-balanced meals, etc.

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