Full-Service Gym

At Our Place Recovery, we take a holistic approach to drug rehab, focusing on healthy living. Research shows that exercise can significantly aid addiction recovery and is an effective way to prevent relapse. Exercise can repair much of the damage done to the body after lengthy chemical dependence. They even help recovering addicts recoup motor skills and physical balance. Exercise with proper nutrition can help clients reach or maintain weight goals, including gaining muscle mass, tone, and strength. Exercising regularly and eating nutritious foods releases endorphins and serotonin into your body – decreasing cravings, aiding sleep, combating depression and anxiety, and improving your overall confidence.

Full Service Gym for Addiction Recovery

At Our Place Recovery, clients learn new healthy routines that you will take with you once you leave our Florida treatment center and implement into your new recovery lifestyle. You will also be able to interact with recovery peers who, like you, are learning new healthy living skills, making it easier for clients to re-engage back in their home communities.

Our recovery staff escorts clients to a local LA Fitness center throughout each week. Clients have use of all aerobic equipment, strength training and aerobic-type classes.

Benefits of Physical Exercise for Florida Addiction Treatment

  • Stress reduction
  • Anxiety reduction
  • Increase in self-esteem
  • Positive outlook
  • Increased energy
  • Improved Sleep

Types of Exercise that Help the Addiction Recovery Process

Physical fitness routines at all stages of the substance abuse recovery process is positive. For most forms of drug abuse, exercise helps to manage withdrawal symptoms and reduce the risk of relapse. While a doctor may offer specific guidance about safe fitness routines—it is mostly up to the individual in addiction treatment to get involved in exercise and discover which forms work best for them.

Here are some fitness methods that have been studied and found to improve mental health, behavioral health, and reduce the risk of relapse.

  • Aerobic Exercise
  • Outdoor Activities
  • Yoga
  • Weight Lifting

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