What Does Holistic Rehab Mean?

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As alternative options to conventional therapies open up many possibilities for people who wish to get better. That's why it's not surprising to see that nearly 40% of adult Americans have used some form of complementary alternative medicine or therapy.

Keeping this in mind, holistic treatment programs have seen a sharp rise with more people incorporating this into their regimen to treat both physical and psychological symptoms of mental problems, like withdrawal symptoms, and to manage stress. Transcend Recovery Community is here to help explain what holistic rehab is all about.

What is Holistic Treatment?

Holistic therapy is a new approach to treating addiction, such as process (porn addiction) and substance (cocaine or weed) addiction. which is seen by some experts as effective in helping people suffering from mental illness to attain long-term sobriety.

It focuses on the individual as a whole, rather than just managing the symptoms of their addiction. This means that when you seek treatment for an addiction, you will receive holistic care that encompasses your physical, mental, and emotional health needs.

The goal of holistic therapy is to help individuals identify their triggers and develop strategies for coping with those triggers. Holistic therapists also help people learn how to improve their relationships with others and manage stressors in their lives.

In order to achieve long-term sobriety, it's important to understand why you started using in the first place, which can be difficult when dealing with a mental illness such as depression or anxiety. A holistic therapist will work with you on identifying what led up to your substance abuse so that you can find ways of coping with those issues without using drugs or alcohol again.

Examples of Holistic Treatments

a woman exercising as part of her holistic rehab and house

Many mental wellness experts have devised various ways on dealing with holistic treatment. It may cover different aspects of health and wellness such as yoga, mindfulness or meditation, and exercise.

Some examples of holistic therapy include:

  • Nutritional therapy - This involves eating food that is healthy for your body, which can help reduce stress levels and improve moods. This can also be seen and supported by a halfway house as part of their regimen.
  • Exercise and recreational therapy - This includes using exercise as a way to relieve stress and anxiety by releasing endorphins in your brain. You can also use recreational therapy by taking part in activities that help you relax such as gardening or walking in nature.
  • Meditation - Meditation helps you focus on one thing at a time so you can clear your mind from all distractions such as noise around you or thoughts going through your head that aren't related to what you're doing right now (such as work). This will help calm down emotions when experiencing anxiety symptoms like depression or PTSD.
  • Massage Therapy - Massage therapy helps relieve tension in muscles which helps relieve stress.

Holistic Treatment vs. Traditional Treatment Methods

There are many different types of therapy and treatment options for people who have substance use disorders. While some may argue that one type of therapy is better than the other, it's important to remember that everyone is unique and will respond differently to different approaches.

While holistic therapies focus on the body, mind, and spirit, traditional therapies focus primarily on the mind. Both have their own strengths and weaknesses—what's important is to determine what works best for you and be vocal with your health provider in identifying what type of therapy or treatment you're comfortable doing. They may ask you also to work with a mental health mentor to help them process their innermost thoughts and feelings.

Many experts would argue that both holistic and traditional therapies are better done together. Hence, most rehabilitation centers and recovery and sober living facilities incorporate both traditional and holistic approaches in their recovery programs.

Can Transcend Recovery Community Assist with Addiction Treatment?

Addiction recovery can be quite difficult regardless of your age, gender, race, or status in life. And it's even more challenging when faced with external factors that may hinder recovering addicts from achieving long-term sobriety.

Transcend Recovery Community helps people with addiction problems by working with treatment centers in a supportive role where recovering addicts and mental health sufferers are empowered and given new-found confidence while rekindling the lost fire within them to work for their goals and ambitions.

Although the goal ultimate goal is to be free from addiction or mental problems 100%, TRC helps by teaching recovering addicts life skills and reaffirming ideas and goals that free them from that limiting mindset that they cannot work on improving their lives because of their present situation.

We also provide comfort and safe space by providing gender-specific living quarters to allow them to better cope in an environment that understands their unique needs, such as in the case of women's and men's sober living.

Not all hope is lost. Through holistic methods and a compassionate and supportive community, a second chance in life is still possible. Contact us to find out how in more detail.

Transcend Recovery Community

Transcend Recovery Community family of sober living homes provides a safe place for those undergoing mental health and addiction treatment to live with like-minded peers. Our community-based approach to sober living (similarly to a halfway house) facilitates an open and welcoming environment, where members, staff and team can provide support and encouragement on the path to a sober and healthy life. Transcend's Los Angeles sober living homes are located in some of the most iconic areas of the city, filled with luxurious and upscale amenities, providing plenty to do for those in our transitional housing community.

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