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In 2014, over 21 million Americans suffered addiction. According to the National Survey on Drug Use and Health, almost one in every 12 adults experience this disease. With many methods to treat addiction, knowing which rehab to choose can be harder than it sounds. However, rehabs that provide yoga therapy and other addiction treatment therapy programs benefit you more than you might expect.
About Yoga Therapy
Yoga therapy is part of complementary therapies under a holistic approach. Yoga enables individuals to develop healthy practices that promote mental wellness, balance, and the ability to center oneself and stay present in the moment. Yoga is a beneficial exercise for anyone looking to enhance their spiritual and emotional development.
Yoga fulfills many goals of treatment. Through this physical activity you gain stronger recovery, maintain that recovery more easily and enhance your lifestyle in sobriety. The holistic approach means it brings whole-person wellness. In essence, yoga helps you heal and stay healthy from head to toe.
Complementary therapies like yoga provide natural support for your medical treatments. You cannot substitute yoga for rehab or medical care. But together, yoga and medicine work exceptionally well together. Each method fills the voids in the other.