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How to Quit Using Drugs and Prevent Relapse


Conventional treatment for Substance Use Disorders yields poor long-term outcome. Drug users are typically abstinent during the treatment program but relapse at an unacceptably high rate within the first year following treatment. In most cases, the first lapse occurs when the individual encounters a crisis of stress or temptation with which (s)he is not prepared to cope. Emotional reactions to the first lapse (such as demoralization, self-loathing, and diminished efficacy) often promote complete relapse and loss of control.

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