Nutrition And Exercise

Total Body Wellness Following Rehab

Orange County treatment centers do a great job of helping people process through the first step of recovering from addiction, which is detoxing from the chemicals they have been using for quite some time. However, these facilities also provide helpful information on how to maintain sobriety and work through issues that may have caused the drug or alcohol use in the first place.

Even some physical education is provided, so that the individual can relearn the basics of maintaining their own health. Among other things, all of the elements of healthy living are an important part of maintaining sobriety and reducing the anxiety that can lead to drug and alcohol abuse.

Man Meditating In Field1

Mindful Methods

Keeping the mind healthy is a large part of keeping the body healthy. That means different things for different people, but most likely it involves at least some form of talk therapy. This type of therapy helps people explore the issues that drove them to do unhealthy things. It doesn’t tell them what to do, but it allows them to find their own answers with the help of someone who can validate feelings and offer a fresh perspective and support.

Meditation is another great tool to use. Not only does it reduce anxiety and open the mind to new potential awareness, but it can also benefit the body through specific poses and stress reduction. This can be something as simple as sitting in a chair for a set period of time, allowing the body to relax and the mind to focus on positive things, as opposed to negative ones.

Nutrition and Exercise

In many ways, the methods of those with an addictive personality can be beneficial when applied to healthy lifestyles. When the mind and body are treated properly, they respond with renewed awareness and energy. Over time, you can see the changes with your own eyes. When the addict places as much focus on healthy living through proper diet and exercise, as they did on their addiction, they have such single-mindedness that they are able to surpass the efforts of the average person.

Addicts should not stop with the basic techniques introduced in Orange County treatment centers, but take them even further once they leave the center. In this way, they can develop themselves on multiple levels and focus on life-long sobriety.


Request More Information

Start your recovery today.

    • Treatment Options
    • Program Curriculum
    • Program Services
    young man talking to his therapist

    Intensive Outpatient (IOP)

    Intensive OutPatient treatment (IOP) helps people establish the foundations for lifelong sobriety…

    patio with tables covered by umbrellas


    Our California alcohol and drug addiction treatment program is predicated on restoring you to your ideal health. Detox is a crucial part…

    gate for one of the rehab facility homes

    Primary Care – Residential Treatment

    The first phase of our program is primary care. During this phase clients will be in a 30-day “blackout” period…

    three straw men standing in front of two trees

    Residential Treatment – Extended Care

    Residential treatment extended care starts on day 31 and goes through day 90. This period is very important for a client in early recovery…

    small outdoor pond

    Outpatient Treatment

    Outpatient treatment serves as aftercare for clients who have completed extended care (90 days of residential treatment)…

    gate for one of the rehab facility homes

    Sober Living

    Sober living at Yellowstone begins after the initial residential treatment portion of the program is successfully completed…

    emotional support group with five men and women

    Weekday Schedule

    Detox and Residential Treatment

    Depressed woman looking away

    Experiential Therapy

    Experiential Therapy is therapy of the mind rather than the body. It is a tool to help…

    typewriter writing the words

    Contact Yellowstone Recovery


    Why Choose Yellowstone?

    Low Cost Pricing

    Financing Available

    PPO Insurance Accepted

    Provide Complete
    Continuum of Care