Inhalant Addiction Treatment

Inhalants are vaporized or volatile spouts which have a mind-altering effect when ingested. At Emmaus Medical & Counseling, we administer inhalant addiction treatment. Contact us today!

Addiction is difficult, and you don’t have to conquer it alone. Contact Emmaus Medical & Counseling and begin your journey to recovery today.​

CBT For alcohol and drug abuse

Behavioral Therapy at Emmaus Medical & Counseling

A practical method for treating inhalant addiction, behavioral therapy can assist patients in identifying triggers and acquiring coping mechanisms to control stress and cravings. Our professionals in addiction treatment frequently employ cognitive behavioral therapy (CBT), which entails recognizing and altering harmful thought habits that may contribute to substance use. CBT helps individuals develop healthy coping strategies and improve their decision-making skills to prevent relapse. CM is a reward-based approach that reinforces positive behaviors such as abstaining from inhalant use. For example, individuals may receive rewards such as vouchers or prizes for achieving sobriety milestones or attending therapy sessions.

MI is a client-centered approach used by Emmaus Medical & Counseling that helps individuals identify their motivations for seeking treatment and develop a plan to achieve their recovery goals. MI can be particularly helpful in addressing ambivalence or resistance to treatment. Family therapy can be beneficial in addressing any family dynamics that may have contributed to the individual’s addiction and supporting the individual’s recovery. Our family therapy will also help improve communication and strengthen relationships, a protective factor against relapse. In a safe setting, group therapy enables patients to connect with others going through recovery and exchange stories. Group therapy can also help individuals develop social support networks and learn from the experiences of others in similar situations.

Turn to Emmaus for Help Today

If you or a loved one has a substance use disorder and needs opioid addiction treatment with proven results, turn to Emmaus Medical & Counseling today. Our staff in Tennessee, TN, offers exceptional opioid treatment plans that address each patient’s specific needs. Call 423-202-3008 today to book a consultation.

Why you should opt for cognitive behavioral therapy

Inhalant Withdrawal Risk Assessment with Emmaus

Assessment of withdrawal risk for inhalant addiction will typically involve evaluating an individual’s level of dependence on inhalants, the severity of their addiction, and any co-occurring medical or mental health conditions that may increase their risk of withdrawal symptoms. The degree of dependence an individual has on inhalants can impact the severity and duration of withdrawal symptoms. Individuals who have used inhalants regularly for an extended period or in high doses may be at higher risk of experiencing severe withdrawal symptoms. At Emmaus Medical & Counseling, we use the proper techniques to address all the uncomfortable withdrawal symptoms.

Chronic abuse of inhalants may lead to an increased risk of experiencing withdrawal symptoms during future attempts. Severe withdrawal symptoms may be more likely to occur in those with underlying medical issues, such as heart or lung disorders. Severe withdrawal symptoms may be more likely to occur in those with co-occurring mental health disorders like depression or anxiety. Individuals with a history of polysubstance or use of multiple substances may be at increased risk of experiencing severe withdrawal symptoms.

Contact Us For Professional Help

Inhalant Treatment Withdrawal Treatment at Emmaus

Inhalant addiction withdrawal treatment typically involves a combination of medical and behavioral interventions to manage withdrawal symptoms and prevent relapse. Medical detoxification safely removes the inhalant from the body while managing withdrawal symptoms. This may involve tapering off the inhalant gradually or using medications to manage withdrawal symptoms such as anxiety, tremors, or seizures. Cognitive-behavioral therapy (CBT), for example, can assist people in recognizing and addressing the underlying causes of their inhalant addiction. It can also help them develop coping strategies to manage cravings and prevent relapse.

Our support group program offers a safe space for those in recovery to connect with others who have gone through similar things. Support groups can also provide valuable information and resources to help individuals manage their addiction and maintain sobriety. Holistic therapies, such as yoga, meditation, or acupuncture, can help individuals manage stress and anxiety during the withdrawal process. These therapies can also promote relaxation and improve overall well-being. Medication-assisted treatment (MAT) will manage withdrawal symptoms and prevent relapse.

Inhalant Addiction Center

Our Medical Assessment for Inhalant Abuse

Medical assessment for inhalant addiction typically involves a comprehensive evaluation of an individual’s physical and mental health to determine the severity of their addiction and identify any co-occurring medical or mental health conditions that may affect their treatment. Our healthcare professional will look for symptoms of inhalant abuse to evaluate an individual’s overall health and look for any signs of inhalant use, such as skin rashes, nasal irritation, or neurological symptoms. Our doctors will ask about an individual’s medical history, including current or past medical conditions, medications, and substance use.

The experts at Emmaus Medical & Counseling will ask about an individual’s inhalant use history, including the type of inhalant used, frequency and duration of use, and any adverse effects experienced as a result of service. The individual’s mental health will also be assessed to identify any co-occurring mental health conditions, such as depression or anxiety, that may affect their treatment. Laboratory tests, such as blood and urine tests, may be used to screen for inhalants and assess an individual’s overall health. In the end, we will evaluate an individual’s risk of experiencing withdrawal symptoms during detoxification and determine the appropriate course of treatment.

Efficient Addiction Treatment at Emmaus Medical & Counseling

Inhalant addiction is a severe addiction and requires serious attention. The experts at Emmaus Medical & Counseling understand the importance of treatment for this addiction. We will administer the treatment program with complete hands-on experience. Most recovery centers don’t understand the importance of substance abuse and withdrawal symptoms. At Emmaus Medical & Counseling, we will make a custom treatment plan for all patients and address inhalant withdrawal symptoms. Inhalant addiction and substance abuse can lead to various mental disorders. Inhalant overdose can lead to a substance use disorder that can be fatal.

Get the Addiction Help You Deserve With Our Programs

At Emmaus Medical & Counseling, every patient will receive personalized attention and treatment plans to put them on the path to sobriety and mental and physical well-being. We offer various treatments, programs, and faith-supported services to promote wellness. For more information about our addiction treatment plans in Tennessee call 423-202-3008 today.

Patient Stories

We are happy when our Customers are too

People Also Ask

There’s no one way to overcome addiction. At Emmaus Medical & Counseling, we prefer a faith-based approach to addiction treatment that prioritizes a person’s physical, mental, and spiritual well-being.

Other ways people can achieve and maintain sobriety include:

  • Taking care of their health with nutritious meals and exercise
  • Meditating
  • Finding new hobbies
  • Volunteering for a worthy cause
  • Surrounding oneself with positive, supportive people

Addictions are treatable, but they are not easy to quit. Substance use disorders have significant impacts on the brain, including judgment, reasoning, and impulse control. However, you can overcome the condition over time with an addiction treatment plan that speaks directly to your needs.

Environmental, social, and psychological factors contribute to the development of addiction. However, the brain and body are primarily responsible for the condition. Drugs cause dopamine to flood the body. Dopamine is a chemical the brain releases to signal the body that it’s doing something good that it should repeat.

Over time, continued drug and alcohol use will reduce how much dopamine the body produces naturally. As a result, the body will crave more of the drug to aid in the chemical’s production.

Psychological reasons people develop substance use disorders are stress, trauma, abuse, and mental illness. Most people voluntarily participate in drug and alcohol use and develop addictions to cope with issues or feel good.

Areas We Help

You Might Be Interested In

Call Us 423-202-3008