Regardless of whether you enjoy the occasional glass of wine or you have a difficult time limiting the amount of alcohol you consume, alcohol has an effect on the body from the first sip. While the odd drink isn’t cause for concern, the cumulative effects of drinking can certainly take its toll on the body. If you or a loved one are struggling with alcohol abuse, our recovery experts at Calm rehab in Bali will tailor an alcohol treatment program to meet your specific needs. Understanding what alcohol does to the body might help you make that decision to join us at our Bali rehab.

Exercise might have more to do with getting and staying clean and sober that you might think. Research shows that there are a number of health benefits for those on the road to recovery, not just the physical benefits one might expect from doing exercise, but benefits to mental, emotional and spiritual health too. If you or a loved one are looking at rehabs in Bali, our team at Calm understands the importance of incorporating exercise into the recovery journey. A body that is adjusting to a life without drugs or alcohol is undergoing massive change. This can lead to feelings of stress, depression or anxiousness, lethargy and sleep problems that can continue even once the body has completed the detoxification process. This is where exercise plays a crucial role.

Tropical weather, laidback lifestyle and atmosphere, world class cuisine, rich culture and heritage, are just a few reasons to make you fall in love with Bali and why the paradise island of Bali always ranks highly as one of the best islands in the world and was voted as Trip Advisor’s top destination in the world in 2017. There are also a myriad of reasons why it is one of the best places to come to heal the mind and body. Not just a tourist destination for holidaymakers, Bali is one of the top destinations for wellness and the benefits of rehab in Bali are endless. Here are just a few reasons why you should seriously consider drug or alcohol rehab in Bali.

Maintaining healthy eating habits might not seem important for those struggling with addiction, but scientists are finding that eating the right foods might be the key to repairing the damage to the body caused by alcoholism, and improving physical and emotional health. Here at Calm, our rehab in Bali, we prioritise good nutrition and in giving our guests the building blocks they need to make healthy choices to heal their bodies and have a healthy, sober future.