Relapse or reinstatement of drug-seeking behavior is a form of spontaneous recovery that involves the recurrence of pathological drug use after a period of abstinence. Relapse is often observed in individuals who have developed a form of drug dependence. Drug taking and relapse are heavily influenced by a number of factors including the pharmacokinetics, dose, and neurochemistry of the drug itself as well as the drug taker’s environment and drug-related history. Reinstatement of drug use after a period of non-use or abstinence is typically initiated by one or a combination of the three main triggers: stress, re-exposure to the drug or drug-priming, and environmental cues. These factors may induce a neurochemical response in the drug taker that mimics the drug and thus triggers this relapse.
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- Stage II Recovery Series$499.00
Stage II Recovery Series is comprised of four parts. The basics of recovery; what we must do to understand ourselves in order to enjoy a rich and fulfilling existence. Identify and correct learned self-defeating behaviors such as care-taking, people-pleasing and workaholism. Teaches dynamics of healthy/unhealthy relationships. Working a Program: Teaches a consistent program that involves dialogue, positive redirection, proper nutrition and daily/weekly practices.Learn More
- Healing the Addicted Brain SeriesSpecial Price $599.00 Regular Price $799.00
- Chronic Relapse SeriesSpecial Price $549.00 Regular Price $749.00In this dynamic and compelling three-part program, Earnie Larsen, a nationally known author and lecturer, and a pioneer in the field of recovery, brings together a group of ex-offenders and recovery addicts. The program revolves around the concept that "chemicals medicate pain." Learn More