When you feel the need or craving to use a drug, you are addicted to that drug. As soon as you feel the need to use shrooms rather than just doing them because a few are available, chances are you have a psychological addiction. You might not recognize it as a need at first but that need gradually becomes more and more apparent as you continue to use. Fortunately, according to the National Institute on Drug Abuse, there are a variety of treatment options available.
Inpatient treatment is a 24 hour residential treatment. This means you stay at the facility while doctors and therapists help you deal with your drug addiction. Inpatient treatment has many advantages. These advantages are:
- You receive therapy and counseling 24 hours a day if you need it
- You can build relationships with other sober people
- There is both medical and psychological help available
- Many treatment centers offer dietary and nutrition therapy
- Many treatment centers have exercise programs for you to engage in
- Some have aquatics such as water or spa therapy
- Some involve other types of spiritual and psychological healing practices
One of the main drawbacks of inpatient treatment is that it forces you to take time off work or school while you are in treatment.
Outpatient treatment is nonresidential treatment that allows you to continue your life while receiving addiction treatment. You visit a treatment center daily, weekly, or monthly depending on the type and frequency that you need. Outpatient addiction treatment involves:
- Individual counseling
- Group counseling
- Community or 12 step meetings
- Medical and psychological therapy
- The freedom to work or attend school while in treatment
Outpatient treatment is available when the treatment center is open and available. You do not get the physical 24 hour support that you do with inpatient treatment. Most people who use outpatient treatment cannot take time out from their families or their jobs to get the treatment they need for their psychedelic addiction.
In combination treatment you start off in inpatient treatment and then when you are ready to deal with your triggers, you switch to outpatient treatment. Combination treatment is the best of both types. The inpatient treatment term is generally shorter than typical inpatient treatment. Other than this slight difference, combination treatment gives you the best of both treatment worlds.
Choosing a Treatment Type
When you are looking for a treatment type, you need to find a treatment type that suits both your life and your addiction. Choosing the wrong treatment type can lead to relapse. For more information on the different treatment types for mushroom addiction, call us at 1-800-895-1695. We can provide you with the information that you need in order to get the treatment you deserve. It is very easy to become addicted to shrooms, do not wait, find treatment today.