Alcohol and Drug Addicts
Research Rehabilitation and
Treatment Centre

Our Treatments


To recover from drug addiction you should have a significant amount of will power and self-discipline. Drug addiction is considered a brain disease because drugs change the brain—they change its structure and how it works. These brain changes can be long-lasting, and can lead to the harmful behaviors. Our team is with you, and we will help you to recover from this addiction. The recovery from an addiction is depend on how much you put yourself in the treatment process. The type of treatment or combination of treatments will vary depending on the patient’s individual needs and, often, on the types of drugs they use. The treatment programs are different for each individual. Drug treatment can include behavioral therapy, medications, or their combination.


When you use tobacco products, nicotine is quickly absorbed into your bloodstream. Within 10 seconds of entering your body, the nicotine reaches your brain. It causes the brain to release adrenaline, creating a buzz of pleasure and energy. When someone smokes, it will often lead to changes in their brain and nervous system. These are real physical differences… The brain will now be dependent on the nicotine. Nicotine alters the balance of two chemicals, called dopamine and noradrenaline, in your brain. When nicotine changes the level of these chemicals, your mood & concentration levels change. Many smokers find this enjoyable. When you inhale the nicotine, it immediately rushes into your brain, where it produces feelings of pleasure & reduces stress and anxiety.


Being alcohol dependent can lead to a whole range of serious health problems. If you are dependent on alcohol, you increase your risk of developing high blood pressure, stroke, coronary alcohol-related heart disease and alcohol-related liver disease. Heavy drinking damages your liver. Anxiety, depression and suicidal feelings can all develop when you are alcohol dependent. This is because regular, heavy drinking interferes with neurotransmitters in our brains that are needed for good mental health. If you’re ready to stop drinking and willing to get the support you need, you can recover from alcoholism and alcohol abuse—no matter how bad the addiction or how powerless you feel. If you’re an alcoholic—which, by definition, means you aren’t able to control your drinking—it’s best to try to stop drinking entirely.