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Treat Addiction through Music

Ever feel the need to gulp down that glass of alcohol or smoke that blunt because it makes you feel better or helps you forget what you are dealing with when you are going through tough times.

Most people use Drugs and Alcohol because they think it will make them feel better, but in reality, they can actually leave you feeling worse – anxious and agitated, or flat, unmotivated and moody, and it also affects your sense of reality.

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Who needs Drugs or Alcohol abuse treatment?

The path to Drug addiction begins with the voluntary act of taking drugs, but over time the person’s ability to decline it becomes compromised. Due to the effects of long-term drug exposure, seeking and taking the drug becomes compulsive.


In most case, people with drug addiction problems go to extensive lengths to hide their addiction.

Keep an eye out for the following symptoms: -

  1. Glassy or red eyes

  2. Withdrawal from friends and family

  3. Mood swings

  4. Irritability

  5. Erratic behaviour

  6. Low regard for personal hygiene

  7. Changes in sleeping patterns

  8. Lack of interest in general and /or favourite activities


Can drug/alcohol addiction be treated?

Yes, but it’s not simple.


A good addiction treatment must help the person with the following:

  • Stop using drugs or consuming Alcohol

  • Stay clean and free of them

  • Be productive in the family, at work and in the society


Our approach to Addiction Treatment


Treating an addiction is difficult, to be the most effective it should be holistic, which means it must address all the factors that contribute to the disorder i.e. Biological, Psychological and Social factors. Music therapy confronts issues of control by asking the individual to use a talent or skill, or to learn to use a skill that is different and may be new to them. By integrating music into the therapy clients experience a wider range of benefits which accelerates the overall recovery. Apart from this, it also helps: - 


  • Improve the ability to recognise and accept different emotions.

  • Promote self-expression and self-awareness.

  • Increase self-esteem.

  • Facilitates relaxation and stress reduction.

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