Treatment For Activity

Physical activity refers to any bodily movement produced by skeletal muscles that requires energy consumption. It includes various forms of movement, including exercise and profession related activities.

When it comes to physical activity, there are several factors that can contribute as to why individuals with any illness in general and SUDs in specific do not engage in physical activity or have hyper activity:

  1. SUDs can lead to social and professional isolation. Individuals may withdraw from social and professional circle.
  2. Substance abuse can disrupt daily routines and lifestyle patterns. Individuals with SUDs may struggle with maintaining consistent schedules, which can affect their ability to execute physical activity and professional tasks.
  3. People with SUDs often face significant health challenges due to substance abuse. Liver disease, cardiovascular issues, and respiratory problems are common complaints in substance abuse.
  4. Substance use can lead to mental health complications like depression and anxiety, making it difficult for individuals to engage in exercise.
  5. Erratic sleep patterns, irregular meals, and other lifestyle disruptions can hinder motivation for exercise.

Engaging in activities elevates an Individuals Intelligent Quotient, Emotional Quotient and Social Quotient. SERENITY ALC, a Luxury Rehabilitation centre includes Treatment of Physical activity and Professional activity in its Drug and Alcohol Recovery programs. Maintaining the balance of Rest to Activity ratio becomes crucial during the recovery program. Since boredom often results in relapse, SERENITY ALC’s residential substance addiction treatment program emphasizes the value of professional and physical activities in its Relapse Prevention Workshop.

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