04 December, 2021
03:19:58 PM
Help Line No : 9093912138

Drug De-Addiction Awareness:--

Addiction is a neurologically based disease. For many years recovery specialists have compared alcoholism or addictions to a physical disease: like diabetes. In reality addictions are more closely related to a neurological disorder like Tourette's Syndrome than they are to diabetes. If the problems you suffer stem from severe alcoholism or addiction, you must accept that these problems are not primarily mental or free will issues. Addictions are not about will power. The problems facing addicts, alcoholics, and their families are miserable, disgusting, and infuriating. They are often hopelessly discouraging. But to imagine that an addict "could change if he wanted to" is a serious misunderstanding of the long term dynamic of addictive disorder. The fact is precisely that an addict cannot change in the long run even if he wants to! That is the definition of addiction: "the loss of control over the use of a substance." It is important to understand that this loss of control is manifested not in terms of days or weeks, but in longer term behaviors: terms of months and years. The reason addicts have lost control is because they have suffered permanent physical neurological changes based in their brains and nervous systems. The disorder manifests in long term obsessive-compulsive behaviors outside the realm of the addicts own control. It is true enough that the use of chemicals begins with chosen behavior. But if alcoholism or addiction develops, the problem has moved outside the realm of free choice. It has developed into a long term mental and physical neurological disorder. All the emotional 'feelings' involved in drug or alcohol seeking are based in neurology. Addiction is based in physical dependency created by altered neurotransmitter balances, and driven by millions upon millions of new living, functioning active neurological pathways which have been established to sustain the condition in the addicts brain. The new neurological pathways are permanently established, and they will not just disappear. The primary neurological disorder is only complicated by physical dependence on the substances. The physical dependence on the substances is secondary! Physical drug withdrawal does not change the underlying neurological addictive disorder. After drug withdrawal, long term overpowering cravings are predictable. These cravings are, in reality, spontaneous nerve impulses. Even in the longer term, overwhelming cravings are outside the addicts control.

Awareness Campaign:--

Saying NO to drugs is so much more important that you realize. In fact, it is one of the most important decisions of your life, and one of the best decisions you will ever make. You should never even start taking drugs, or even just "try" them. If you have friends who do drugs, it is very likely that they will offer them to you. The first thing you need to do is to say NO, as soon as they are offered. The next thing you should do is get out of the environment where the drugs are being taken. If you're worried about being cool, make up some reason why you need to go.

After Care:--

Once we release you from the treatment centre then after care becomes very important in order to recover. As recovery is an ongoing process. To give a fruitful shape we often include family members as a part of the treatment for the betterment of the client. Meeting or calling counselors will always help you after the release. Any kind of physical, mental or spiritual assistance can be provide by them whenever required. Attending regular sessions will always help you to be aware about your problem. Family members are always welcome to solve any issue even after the client is released from the centre.We are always there for you while you fight with your problems in day to day life.Once you come to us you actually become a part of the MUKTI Founation  family.We are there to guide you for a problem free life be it drugs, alcohol or mental illness.Come to us……whenever you feel like.

Different phases of treatment:--

• Detoxification for 15 days

• Rehabilitation process may carry on as per the patient’s status 





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Dr. K. Karmakar, M.B.B.S. D.P.M.


Dr. Rajendra Prasad


Chief Advisor


Mr. Saurav Majumdar – Social Worker

Neamatpur MUKTI Foundation
A Just World

Neamatpur, Asansol, Kulti, District – Paschim Burdwan
Phone No: 9093912138/9775313076/9609135428
Email: neamatpurmukti@rediffmail.com
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