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Best De addiction and Rehabilitation Center in Delhi

Sahyog Detox and De addiction Clinic is the Best De addiction and Rehabilitation Center in Delhi if not the whole of India. It is the only De addiction Center which is run by a doctor who himself had problems with drugs and alcohol and is clean and sober now for more than 18 years. This is our USP and we treat patients not only with our knowledge but also our experience. We feel that we can treat patients of alcoholism and drug addiction better than most other people.

We offer a holistic treatment where the physical, mental, emotional and spiritual aspects of the disease of alcoholism and drug addiction are dealt with. Because we have been through the pain of alcoholism and drug addiction ourselves we can relate to the patients and help them quit alcohol and drugs forever. In this we follow the 12 Step Program of Alcoholics Anonymous and Narcotics Anonymous and the Minnesota Model of Rehabilitation Centers. We look after the physical craving, mental obsession and spiritual bankruptcy which the patients feel on giving up alcohol and drugs. The disease of alcoholism and drug addiction is very clever, cunning and baffling. It is the only disease which denies its own existence and resists treatment. The medical definition of alcoholism and drug addiction is that it is a chronic and relapsing disease and the success rate is very very low but at Sahyog we have an excellent success rate as compared to other institution. This is in part due to the excellent therapy we provide at Sahyog. For this we have trained counselors, psychologist and psychiatrist to handle the counselling and therapy.

All in all, Sahyog is the Best De addiction and Rehabilitation Center in Delhi.

Middle Phase Addiction



Initially, there is loss of control over the amount of alcohol or drugs used. Later on, we lose control over the time, place and occasion. Once we start using alcohol or drugs the person totally loses control. Loss of control is the most clear cut sign of dependency. The person tries several methods to give up but none of them are successful. The person needs to accept the fact that he or she is totally powerless over alcohol and drugs.


The person at some level feels guilty or depressed by the inability to give up alcohol or drugs. They justify their use of alcohol or drugs by excuses like unhappy married life or stress at work or pressure at work. In an attempt to reduce their guilt they keep on changing the reason but the alcohol and drug use continues.


The person talks ‘big’ about themselves and talk extravagantly and buy unnecessary gifts like flowers or sweets.


At this stage the person has developed a number of problems – health problems, problems at home or office. Their spouse might threaten to leave them; he or she may receive warning at work. In order to convince themselves and others they give up alcohol or drugs on their own – at times for a month or more, but they get back to excessive use all over again.


After trying to abstain, they take another precaution; they change their alcohol or drug taking pattern to show that they can use successfully without experiencing the same old problems. They might change the substance like from smack to ganja or whisky to beer. But no matter how many changes they make they become untangled in the same problems that haunted them before.