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During recovery from an addiction to drugs or alcohol, you must keep yourself motivated. When you stop having the motivation to go to addiction recovery meetings, get up in the morning, meet up with your sponsor, or do other recovery activities, that is when things start going downhill. That is when you risk of relapsing skyrockets. You must do something about your lack of motivation. It is essential that you find a way to motivate yourself and get back up on the high horse in your recovery. There are many ways you can do this.

Go for that Run to Get Your Motivation Back

Yes, you may have to force yourself to do it, but going for a run can be one of the best ways to get your motivation back. For recovering alcoholics and addicts, exercise is essential. It boost the functioning of your body, improves your health, and best of all, improves your mindset. Whether you just got out of an alcohol rehab or drug rehab program or you have been home for years, you must keep your motivation up. Running is one of the best ways you can do this. It promotes those feel-good chemicals throughout your body that you need to keep going strong.

Call Someone

So, you haven’t had the motivation to keep going to all your meetings or to call your sponsor every day? If this is the case for you, call someone. Don’t let yourself slip away from others that easily. Once you stop communicating with others, that is when isolation hits in harder. This increases your risk of relapsing. If you are out of a drug rehabilitation or alcohol rehabilitation program, call someone as often as you need to. It is recommended that you call someone in your support network at least 3 times a week, if not more.

Give Yourself a Break

This may seem like an odd way to get your motivation back. However, if you give yourself a break, you might realize you have been too tough on yourself when you make mistakes. Everyone is only human and can only do so much. By giving yourself a short break mentally, you can reorganize your thoughts and get back on track. You can regain control over your thoughts, feelings, mindset, and your life. Your break can consist of a short nap, a small walk, a day to yourself, or anything else that you enjoy doing (in healthy forms, of course).

Now that you know you need to keep your motivation in recovery and you know how to get your motivation back, you can turn things around. If you have relapsed, you can get back into detox programs or treatments centers today. You can call 888-992-7955 to reach an alcohol treatment center or drug treatment center whenever you need.

 

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Esra Ahmed - MS, NCC, LPC, MHSP
Esra Ahmed - MS, NCC, LPC, MHSP

Experienced Clinical Director with a demonstrated history of working in the hospital & health care industry. Skilled in Anger Management, Healthcare, Medicine, EMDR, and Life Transitions. Strong healthcare services professional with a Masters Degree focused in Psychology from The University of Memphis.

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