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Newport Addiction Treatment Centers offers free advisory services to help you find the right addiction treatment center to overcome your drug or alcohol addiction. When you are in the middle of an active addiction to drugs or alcohol, it can feel as though you will never be able to escape the constant cycle of substance abuse in which you find yourself. However, with the right support and help, you do not have to remain trapped in the nightmarish situation in which you find yourself. Our complimentary advisory and referral services can help you to get connected with that right addiction treatment center for you and your recovery needs.

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What Is an Addiction?

An addiction to drugs or alcohol is often misunderstood both by people that do not suffer from the condition and by people that do suffer from it. Oftentimes, it is easier to first define an addiction by what it is not rather than by what it is.

An addiction is not a lack of willpower. An addiction is not a problem with the person's strength of character. And an addiction is most definitely not a choice that a person makes. The only way to truly recover from addiction is to see the help of addiction treatment in Newport or the surrounding area.

Now, while you are aware of what an addiction is not, you might be wondering what an addiction actually is. An addiction is a disease. Just like any other disease that a person might suffer from, an addiction has both physical as well as mental roots and components.

When a person consumes or uses addictive drugs or alcohol, the chemicals in the substance will make their way to the brain. Once they arrive at the brain, they send signals to the cells in the brain, instructing it on how to act and how to function in the moment. This creates a temporary chemical imbalance in the chemistry of the brain.

If a person only uses drugs or alcohol once, then the chemical imbalance will eventually correct itself when the substance makes its way out of the body. However, with continued drug and alcohol abuse, the chemical imbalance created in the brain can become permanent rather than temporary. When there is a chemical imbalance that remains in the brain fulltime, it is chemically dependent upon the drug or alcohol to function normally. This is the root of the physical addiction to drugs or alcohol.

However, there is also the mental side to an addiction to drugs or alcohol. The mental side of this addiction generally occurs before the physical addiction has fully taken route and is an addiction to the feelings that the drug creates in the body. The most addictive feeling that drugs can produce for most people is a sense of euphoria or extreme contentment and blissfulness. Many people start craving that feeling almost immediately after they start abusing drugs and alcohol and it is what often leads to continued drug and alcohol abuse.

The symptom that most people recognize of addiction is a lack of control when it comes to substance use and abuse. An addict cannot stop themselves from abusing drugs or alcohol in general and cannot stop once they have started to do so. This behavior is often what is misinterpreted as being a choice or a lack of willpower.

Is Recovery from Addiction Possible?

Knowing all of these facts about addiction, it makes you wonder whether or not it is even possible to overcome an addiction to drugs or alcohol. The short answer is, yes, addiction recovery is indeed possible. The catch, of course, is that a recovery from an addiction is not possible without help. The fact that addiction involves a lack of control regarding substance abuse means that the person cannot stop themselves from having an addiction alone. The good news, though is that help is available and Newport Addiction Treatment Centers can help connect you to the help that you need.

How Newport Addiction Treatment Centers Can Help

When you call in, all you need to do is answer a few simple questions about yourself and your addiction and your addiction treatment advisor will help you find the right treatment center for you. Whether you want a drug rehab in Newport or local area or an alcohol rehab in Newport; we can help you.

If you are ready to make a change in your life and overcome your addiction to drugs or alcohol, then Newport Addiction Treatment Centers can help. We offer free advisory services to connect you with the right addiction treatment center for your needs. All you need to do is call us at (401) 400-8008 as soon as you are ready to get the care and help that you need.

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Upcoming Newport AA & NA Meetings:

Meeting Day & Time Location
AA Sobriety For All Mon, 7:00 PM Temple Sinai 30 Hagen Ave, Cranston, RI 02920
NA Grace Episcopal Church Wed, 7:00 PM Way of Life Group, Tradition 133 School Street, New Bedford, MA 02740
AA Pathfinders Sun, 10:30 AM University of Massachusetts 285 Old Westport Road, Dartmouth, MA 02747

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