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.
Change of scene in breathtaking Bali
Bali’s natural environment is so diverse, offering everything from rolling rice paddy terraces to breathtaking volcanoes, to white sand beaches and the idyllic tropical ocean. If you, or a loved one, are looking for the perfect place to go to rehab, Calm Rehab in Bali might just be the answer. Deciding to attend a rehab that is far away from home means you are physically removing yourself from the people and places that have been triggering or enabling your addiction, and forces you to change pace and switch off from your normal environment. And what better place to slow down, switch off and recharge than a tranquil, tropical island where the locals radiate happiness?
Vitamin D to boost your mood all year long
Vitamin D is a fat soluble vitamin that our skin synthesizes when exposed to the sun. Heavy alcohol consumption can lead to a deficiency of vitamin D, which is essential for optimal brain and body health. Research shows that chronic vitamin D deficiency is an environmental factor contributing to drug use. Vitamin D therefore is essential for the effective treatment of drug abuse and addiction. Optimal vitamin D levels will not only boost your mood but improve brain function, which are both essential to recovery. The Island of the Gods enjoys a tropical climate and has sun all year long, so a Bali rehab is the perfect place to top up your vitamin D levels and get your mind and body firing on all cylinders again. Kick start your recovery journey and enjoy the many positive psychological benefits of Balinese sunshine.
Eat yourself well in paradise
If there is one place in the world to inspire wellness wanderlust, it is Bali. The island has evolved into a first class dining destination and is absolutely buzzing with healthy food options and wellness cafes. At rehabs in Bali, or in the local cafes, you can look forward to eating all the healthy tropical fruits and foods that Bali has to offer. At Calm, not only will you eat mouth watering foods, you will learn about good nutrition and the importance of maintaining healthy eating habits to encourage a sober and drug-free life.
Bali prides itself on its hospitality and the people of Bali and Indonesia are some of the friendliest in the world. Regardless of your mood or frame of mind, they will greet you with grace, a smile and gentle patience. A positive environment is crucial for recovery from addiction. Those who focus on positive things are far less likely to suffer from depression and other mood disorders. Our team, made up of Balinese locals and international staff, will support you in your recovery efforts and make sure that your recovery environment is a positive one.
Healing at an affordable price
Alcohol or drug rehab in Bali is surprisingly cost effective. Calm Rehab provides you with an international clinical standard treatment program at an extremely affordable price. Bali is easily reached from all corners of the world through its international airport, so you will be surprised just how much cheaper it can be to attend a drug or alcohol rehab in Bali, than at home.
This blog is part of a series of content written by Calm Rehab, a specialist drug and alcohol treatment center located in Bali. Calm Rehab offers a range of professional and effective services to help individuals reclaim their lives and build a brighter future. If you, or a loved one, are struggling with drugs or alcohol, please contact Calm for advice.