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How Sleep Quality Helps In Your Addiction Recovery

Your addiction recovery has a complex relationship with your overall sleep quality. Getting proper sleep might seem challenging, both while using and withdrawing from drugs and alcohol. It, therefore, becomes a personal responsibility to get proper sleep in a routine to help you successfully recover from any form of mental condition, including addiction. If you don't pay attention to your sleep patterns during recovery, you put yourself at serious risk of relapse. Fortunately, it is always easy to start afresh and put your focus on your recovery by immediately pampering yourself with quality sleep.

The Relationship Between Sleep and Addiction

It is no hidden fact that a person suffering from addiction is 10 times more likely to have a sleep disorder as well. The connection between sleep quality and addiction recovery, therefore, must be understood by a person who wants to strengthen his/her recovery. While poor sleep quality may increase the chance of developing a substance use disorder, addiction of any form is bound to hit your sleep quality. This is a vicious cycle that is very hard to break unless intervention from the outside is provided in the form of professional help.


Lack of Quality Sleep Makes Your Addictive Patterns Stronger

In more than two decades of deaddiction treatment experience, we at Shafa have understood that people with insomnia and sleep-related issues are at a higher risk of developing a drug addiction. In fact, most people who become addicts at quite a later stage have reported not being able to get proper sleep initially. Many people have admitted that one of the major reasons they used a substance for the first time was to fall asleep. Alcohol, marijuana, and painkillers, all give a temporary feel-good factor to the user, making them fall asleep. Unfortunately, these deadly substances quickly turn into an addiction, and the disease continues to grow within.

In some cases, sleep deprivation also leads to cognitive impairments including poor judgment, irritability, and increased impulsivity. Remember, if you want to take the right decisions, healthy decisions, it is essential to stay in the right mindset. Getting proper sleep helps you think clearly while maintaining a positive outlook on life.


Healing Is Possible

Even though addiction is a living nightmare, hope is always there to find a way out. At Shafa Home, India's leading rehabilitation center based in Delhi and Kotdwar, Uttarakhand, we provide an evidence-based treatment where sufficient help is available to ease your withdrawal period, recover from addiction and fix the underlying behaviors.

At Shafa Home, we deeply understand how distressing it can be for addiction and mental illness to rob you of relaxing sleep. Our multi-disciplinary therapy is backed by clinical expertise that helps treat both issues using evidence-based practices and helps you bust out of this vicious cycle once and for all. If you ever need our help in managing your sleep better, don't forget to write to us or call us directly for some really valuable knowledge and support. If you know a friend or a relative who is battling his addiction, ask for help now.


Do you or someone you love needs help to quit an addiction? Learn more about our deaddiction treatment or call us to discuss in detail: +91 981 022 3987.


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This blog post is written by a recovering addict who found his wings in the hands of 'Shafa'. Shafa Home is India's largest & oldest rehabilitation center for correction, detoxification, and treatment of alcohol and drug-related problems.


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