The end of the holidays often leaves many people struggling to change or incorporate healthier habits into their lifestyle in the coming year. January is National Staying Healthy Month and for people in recovery from drug or alcohol addiction, the need to make and stick to a New Year recovery resolution to stay clean and sober is not only challenging, but critical. The common principles of January’s National Staying Health Month can help to provide a cohesive platform on which both people in addiction and their loved ones who support them can launch healthier habits that make staying sober easier. In fact, attention to healthy habits like exercise, good nutrition, engaging with community activities that support mental health go hand-in-hand with relapse prevention strategies. And, while everyone is focused on establishing life enhancing goals in line with suggestions for National Staying Healthy Month, it also affords a conducive environment for people in recovery to pursue and achieve their recovery or relapse prevention goals.
Having a clear objective and consistency are key ways to achieve your recovery resolutions. There are also more ways to a pursue health today than ever before. Technology enables and provide more innovative ways to stay sober and achieve self-improvement. The observance of National Staying Healthy Month is one way to invite positive change and re-energize hope for a better future. To get help for your addiction, contact treatment specialists who are available to answer your questions.
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