Sensory Addiction Triggers

Promises Austin is a residential treatment center where, as you participate in the Living in Balance portion of your addiction treatment program, you will have the opportunity to deepen your understanding of addiction triggers, the types of addiction triggers and ways that you can learn to avoid and overcome these before they reach the point of powerful cravings for drugs or alcohol.

At this point, you will have learned about both internal and external triggers in addiction. Now we will be discussing sensory triggers, which are triggers that connect to the various senses you experience and how you may associate these with drug and alcohol use.

For individuals who visited dance clubs or those sorts of venues, seeing strobe lights or things of that nature in sight can bring on an addiction trigger. The sounds you hear or associated with drinking alcohol or using drugs in the past might trigger thoughts of drug and alcohol use, such as different types of music.

Triggers in Addiction Recovery

There are other types of sights that can trigger a craving for drug and alcohol use simply because it resembles the drug of choice. Additionally, we will be discussing the different types of foods or drinks that you may have commonly ingested and associate with drug use as well.

Examples that may be presented in your addiction treatment sessions could be certain wines that you may have always had with specific meals or perhaps other beverages that you drank when you used certain types of drugs.

The personalized addiction treatment provide at Promises Austin will demonstrate that we know you are more than just an addiction. Our supportive, qualified counselors, who regularly help guests from Texas, Oklahoma, Louisiana, Arkansas, New Mexico, Arizona, Colorado, California, New York and Florida, will work closely with you to assist in ending your drug dependence or alcohol dependence.

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