When staying at Rehab Guide, in the course of your rehabilitation treatment, you can learn more about our excellent holistic therapies. They are specified below, along with an overview of some of their features.
Holistic therapy is an answer to time-honoured medicines, used to treat a range of illnesses and physical symptoms. Holistic therapy treats the entire person and does not just concentrate on one aspect of a condition. Holistic therapy covers every aspect of a person’s disorder, encompassing their mental, physical and spiritual being. We at Rehab Guide offer natural holistic therapies which never use chemicals. They can be utilised to augment rehab detoxification which eases a person’s symptoms and can help with any emotional problems they may be experiencing.
Meditation is a tried and tested form of therapy. It is known for helping people relax and clears the mind, as well as providing focus. What’s more, meditation can aid you physically, by decreasing blood pressure, regulating breathing and relaxing the muscles. In a spiritual sense, meditation can allow you to deal with tough emotions, while finding peace and a feeling of calm. Meditation can also help people afflicted with depression or anxiety. It is a practice endorsed by millions of people around the world and comes in many forms, such as guided visualisation and mindfulness. If you wish to experience meditation for yourself then Rehab Guide can help you.
Auricular acupuncture is a recognised method in the area of addiction rehabilitation treatment. It entails placing the tips of needles or pins into the meridians of a person’s ear. It operates on the principle that the human ear has a micro-system, connecting to various sections of the brain and when these points are stimulated, it sends electrical impulses to the brain. The brain then stimulates an action in the body that the point is connected to. This holistic practice has been employed to help purge the body of toxins as part of a rehab detoxification process. Auricular acupuncture has furthermore been used to stimulate the body’s natural endorphin’s, a chemical released within the brain which can brighten a person’s mood, treat anxiety, fight cravings and stave off insomnia.
Art Therapy offers people suffering from addiction a cathartic, therapeutic form of expression, where a great many people come to Rehab Guide and find it hard to open up and reveal their thoughts and feelings. Art therapy allows people a creative outlet where they can work through their problems and face up to difficult emotions without the use of drugs or alcohol. It is an expressive therapy which helps our clients gain a fresh insight and look inside themselves, where they can enjoy their creativity in a non-threatening, supportive environment, to give them a sense of fulfilment and restore their self-esteem.