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It may be challenging to spot addiction in the early stages. Irrespective of the addiction, addicts can be adept at hiding their addiction from those close to them. We understand that there could be many reasons for doing so. In Indian society, especially things like family reputation, social stigma, and shame can hold people back from accepting that they have an addiction and seeking help for it.

If you or someone you know displays any of the following signs, then they may have an addiction:

  • Lack of control or inability to stay away from a substance or behavior.
  • Decreased socialization, like abandoning commitments or ignoring relationships.
  • Risk-taking tendencies, especially to get drugs or continue certain behaviors.
  • Physical effects, like withdrawal symptoms or needing a higher dosage for effect.

Our team of professionals has expertise in treating various mental health issues. We focus on a holistic approach, working on all aspects of mental health. Here are some of the mental health issues that we can help you with:

Alcoholism is when one can no longer control their use of alcohol, compulsively abuses alcohol, despite its negative ramifications, and experiences emotional distress when not drinking.

  • Being unable to cut down alcohol use despite a desire to do so.
  • Being unable to fulfill major obligations at home, work, or school because of alcohol use.
  • Continuing to abuse alcohol despite negative interpersonal or social problems likely due to alcohol use.
  • Giving up previously enjoyed social, occupational, or recreational activities because of alcohol use.
  • Giving up previously enjoyed social, occupational, or recreational activities because of alcohol use.

Drug addiction, also called substance use disorder, is a disease that affects a person's brain and behavior and leads to an inability to control the use of a legal or illegal drug or medication.

  • Having intense urges for the drug that block out any other thoughts.
  • Over time, needing more of the drug to get the same effect.
  • Making sure that you maintain a supply of the drug.
  • Spending money on the drug, even though you can't afford it.
  • Not meeting obligations and work responsibilities or cutting back on social or recreational activities because of drug use.
  • Doing things to get the drug you normally wouldn't do, such as stealing.
  • Driving or doing other risky activities when you're under the influence of the drug.
  • Experiencing withdrawal symptoms when you attempt to stop taking the drug.

  • Marijuana (also known as ganja, pot, weed, mushrooms, grass, dope, cannabis, joint, hash, and edibles.)
  • Heroin (also known as big H, smack, junk, TNT, A bomb)
  • Antidepressants/ Prescription Medication/ CNS Depressants (barbs, dolls, pills, red/blue/yellow, zannies, downers)
  • Cocaine (also known as coke, blow, crack, candy, sniff)
  • Ecstasy (also known as club drugs, molly, E, X, XTC, beans, candy, e-bomb, love drug, rolls)
  • Crystal Meth (also known as meth, chalk, ice, dust, and speed)
  • LSD (also known as Lucy Mae, acid, tabs, looney tunes)

The World Health Organization now recognises gaming disorder as a mental health condition

When does gaming become an addiction:
  • Causes an overwhelming urge to spend all the time gaming.
  • Means that gaming is given priority over any other activity, work or school, or any other interest.
  • Continues or even increases the amount of time spent gaming, even though it is causing harmful effects on family, work/education, and social life.

Anxiety is a universal human emotion, a normal part of being alive. It often serves as a healthy self-preservation cue. It's how our animal mind once protected us from dangerous predators and today helps us avoid reckless, high-risk situations.

But for some, anxiety can be crippling to the degree that it significantly interferes with daily life. If that describes you, know that you're not alone. Anxiety disorders are the most common mental health condition in this country. Treatment for this disorder is available on an outpatient basis only.

Depression is not a passing blue mood, which almost everyone experiences from time to time, but a complex mind/body illness that interferes with everyday functioning. Prolonged social stress and major disruption of social ties are known risk factors for depression, and major negative life events increase the subsequent risk of depression. Significant adversity early in life, such as separation from parents or parental neglect or abuse, may also create vulnerability to major depression later in life.

Despite feelings of hopelessness and worthlessness, depression is a treatable condition. Therapy, medication, or a combination of both is a standard treatment.

Treatment for this disorder is available on an outpatient basis only.

In rehab, anger management plays a crucial role in helping individuals understand their anger triggers, develop healthier coping mechanisms, and improve emotional regulation.

The program typically includes assessment and evaluation to understand the root causes of anger, psychoeducation to educate participants about anger and its consequences, identifying triggers, cognitive restructuring to challenge negative thought patterns, skills training in communication and stress reduction, relaxation techniques like deep breathing and mindfulness, encouraging healthy emotional expression, group therapy for peer support, individual counselling for personalized attention, behavioral modeling through role-playing, involving family members for support, and providing continued aftercare to sustain progress.

The overarching aim is to equip individuals with the tools and support to manage anger effectively and lead more fulfilling lives.

Stress management is a vital component of rehabilitation programs, helping individuals cope with the various stressors that might have contributed to their addiction or other issues. In rehab, we teach stress management techniques to enhance emotional well-being and reduce the risk of relapse.

The program typically includes psychoeducation on stress and its impact, identifying personal stress triggers, teaching relaxation techniques such as deep breathing and mindfulness, promoting regular physical exercise to relieve tension, encouraging healthy lifestyle habits including balanced nutrition and adequate sleep, providing cognitive-behavioral strategies to reframe stress-inducing thoughts, offering individual counselling and group therapy for support and learning from others, and preparing individuals with aftercare plans to maintain stress management skills upon completing the rehab program.

The ultimate goal is to empower participants with effective stress coping mechanisms, allowing them to navigate life's challenges without resorting to harmful behaviors.