Never give up on your recovery goal. Instead, consider relapse as a brief return to addictive behavior. Addiction is a chronic illness, so relapse is a possibility no matter how long a person has abstained from substance abuse. Once a relapse occurs, it can be difficult for a person to get back on the road to recovery.
They will likely feel a strong desire to continue using it once they do, even once. As a result, getting a person back to treatment as soon as possible after a relapse is crucial to their long-term health and recovery. In addition to avoiding the physical toxicity that a night of drinking alcohol can have on the body, living like a sober woman will also dramatically improve the quality and consistency of sleep.