When you first signed up for rehab, you signed up to do what it takes to find and maintain a drug-free life. This may mean no more relying on morphine to help you manage life’s problems, no more spending time with friends who encourage drug use and no more participating in habits that are associated with morphine. Thoughts of all the things a recovering morphine user cannot do can lead an individual to wonder if he or she will hate being sober.
The emotional changes a person undergoes in morphine rehab should be closely monitored and dealt with accordingly. Depression is a major contributor to relapse or incomplete rehab stays. Chemical changes related to the sudden lack of morphine may be the primary cause for emotional and mental disruptions, but reasons for depression are numerous and vary greatly from person to person. Continued therapy will address the underlying causes of depression that may make overcoming morphine addiction and getting sober even more difficult than necessary.
Give sobriety a fighting chance, and don’t give up the first time you realize that going without morphine will be more difficult than you first thought. Continue with treatment and therapy, and participate in support groups. Let everyone know your feelings on the subject of sobriety, because chances are that others are feeling the same way.
One of the most important things you can when sober is repair the damage caused by morphine addiction. You can renew old friendships and rebuild relationships with family and loved ones. An addiction to morphine will replace these essential people in your life. Don’t let an addiction get between you and your loved ones. You can also rediscover. When your mind is free from morphine’s sedative effects, you can think clearer and experience life more fully. You will have the opportunity to learn how to be a new you and how to be someone you can enjoy spending time with.
The following are a few examples of activities you can participate in after morphine rehab:
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