Physis Recovery exists as an oasis of calm in the storm of addiction. A home away from home in an area of outstanding natural Spanish beauty. A place to get better and recover fully from the destructive cycle of addiction. Physis Recovery specializes in delivering successful professional and affordable, Luxury Rehab, placing long term recovery and deep integrity at the heart of everything we do.
Specializations | Drug Addiction Treatment in Spain Alcohol Addiction Rehab, Cocaine Addiction, Prescription Drug Rehab, Smoking Cessation, Gambling Addiction, Dial Diagnosis, Eating Disorder, LGBT+
Millions of people around the world are addicted to drugs, but only a small percentage of those individuals seek help. Drug addiction in Spain can dominate your life. Your physical and mental health are not the only areas that can be harmed by drug addiction.
A drug addiction in Spain can affect your family, friendships, career, schooling, and other areas you may not have considered. If you are suffering from drug addiction in Spain, there is help available.
Physis Recovery has recently been awarded Worlds Best Rehab by the leading industry publications.
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Spain (Spanish: España, [esˈpaɲa](listen)), formally the Kingdom of Spain (Spanish: Reino de España), is a country in Southwestern Europe with some pockets of territory in the Mediterranean Sea, offshore in the Atlantic Ocean and across the Strait of Gibraltar. Its continental European territory is situated on the Iberian Peninsula, and its insular territory includes the Balearic Islands in the Mediterranean Sea, several small islands in the Alboran Sea and the Canary Islands in the Atlantic Ocean. The Spanish territory also includes the African semi-exclaves of Ceuta, Melilla and Peñon de Vélez across the Strait of Gibraltar. The country’s mainland is bordered to the south and east by the Mediterranean Sea; to the north by France, Andorra and the Bay of Biscay; and to the west by Portugal and the Atlantic Ocean.
With an area of 505,990 km2 (195,360 sq mi), Spain is the largest country in Southern Europe, the second-largest country in Western Europe and the European Union, and the fourth-largest country by area on the European continent. With a population exceeding 47.3 million, Spain is the sixth-most populous country in Europe, and the fourth-most populous country in the European Union. Spain’s capital and largest city is Madrid; other major urban areas include Barcelona, Valencia, Seville, Zaragoza, Málaga, Murcia, Palma de Mallorca, Las Palmas de Gran Canaria and Bilbao.
Anatomically modern humans first arrived in the Iberian Peninsula around 42,000 years ago. The first cultures and peoples that developed in current Spanish territory were Pre-Roman peoples such as the ancient Iberians, Celts, Celtiberians, Vascones, Turdetani and Occitans. Later, foreign Mediterranean peoples such as the Phoenicians and ancient Greeks developed coastal trading colonies, and the Carthaginians briefly controlled part of the Spanish Mediterranean coastline. From the year 218 BC, with the taking of the city of Ampurias, the Roman colonization of Hispania began and, with the exception of the Atlantic cornice, they quickly controlled the territory of present-day Spain. The Romans had driven the Carthaginians out of the Iberian peninsula by 206 BC, and divided it into two administrative provinces, Hispania Ulterior and Hispania Citerior. The Romans laid the foundations for modern Spanish culture and identity, and was the birthplace of important Roman emperors such as Trajan, Hadrian or Theodosius I.
Spain remained under Roman rule until the collapse of the Western Roman Empire in the fourth century, which ushered in Germanic tribal confederations from Central and Northern Europe. During this period, present-day Spain was divided between different Germanic powers, including the Suevi, Alans, Vandals and Visigoths, the latter maintaining an alliance with Rome via foedus, while part of Southern Spain belonged to the Byzantine Empire. Eventually, the Visigoths emerged as the dominant faction by the fifth century, with the Visigothic Kingdom spanning the vast majority of the Iberian Peninsula, and established its capital in the actual city of Toledo. The creation of the code of laws Liber Iudiciorum by the King Recceswinth during the Visigothic period deeply influenced the structural and legal bases of Spain and the survival of Roman Law after the fall of the Roman Empire.
In the early eighth century, the Visigothic Kingdom was invaded by the Umayyad Caliphate, ushering in over 700 years of Muslim rule in Southern Iberia. During this period, Al-Andalus became a major economic and intellectual center, with the city of Córdoba being among the largest and richest in Europe. Several Christian kingdoms emerged in the northern periphery of Iberia, chief among them León, Castile, Aragón, Portugal, and Navarre. Over the next seven centuries, an intermittent southward expansion of these kingdoms—metahistorically framed as a reconquest, or Reconquista—culminated with the Christian seizure of the last Muslim polity, the Nasrid Kingdom of Granada, and the control of all Iberia by the Christian kingdoms in 1492. That same year, Christopher Columbus arrived in the New World on behalf of the Catholic Monarchs, whose dynastic union of the Crown of Castile and the Crown of Aragon is usually considered the emergent Spain as a unified country. During the centuries after the Reconquista, the Christian kings of Spain persecuted and expelled ethnic and religious minorities such as Jews and Muslims through the Spanish Inquisition.
From the 16th until the early 19th century, Spain ruled one of the largest empires in history, which was among the first global empires; its immense cultural and linguistic legacy includes over 570 million Hispanophones, making Spanish the world’s second-most spoken native language. Spain hosts the world’s third-largest number of UNESCO World Heritage Sites.
Spain is a secular parliamentary democracy and a constitutional monarchy, with King Felipe VI as head of state. It is a highly developed country and a high income country, with the world’s fourteenth-largest economy by nominal GDP and the sixteenth-largest by PPP. Spain has one of the longest life expectancies in the world. Spain is a member of the United Nations (UN), the European Union (EU), the Eurozone, the Council of Europe (CoE), the Organization of Ibero-American States (OEI), the Union for the Mediterranean, the North Atlantic Treaty Organization (NATO), the Organisation for Economic Co-operation and Development (OECD), Organization for Security and Co-operation in Europe (OSCE), the Schengen Area, the World Trade Organization (WTO) and many other international organisations. While not an official member, Spain has a “Permanent Invitation” to the G20 summits, participating in every summit, which makes it a de facto member of the group.
Drug Addiction Treatment in Spain
What is drug addiction in Spain?
Drug addiction is a disease that affects millions of people in the world, although addiction rates in Spain are among the highest per capita in the World.
Also known as substance use disorder, drug addiction in Spain is a disease that impacts neurological function. It alters their behavior leading to a lack of control over using illegal or legal drugs and medication in Spain.
An individual that is addicted to drugs in Spain will continue using the harmful substances in spite of the effects they have on the mind and body. Drug addiction can begin small with an individual causally trying marijuana grown locally in Spain.
It may transform into something more dangerous than socially experimenting with drugs, however. Some individuals may become dependent on drugs such as opioids through prescribed medication given to them by local doctors in Spain. The fact is that substance use disorder and dependency occur in many ways.
Addiction can occur more quickly when using opioids compared to other substances and it is well documented that Spain is facing an opioid epidemic.
It can be difficult to determine whether or not you have a drug addiction or not. Of course, the use of any harmful drug is detrimental to your mind, body, relationships, career, and other aspects of life. There are signs that you are addicted to drugs in Spain and you should immediately seek help. These signs include:
Missing work or school in Spain
Seeing your performance in work or school decline
Physical health problems such a lack of energy, motivation, weight loss or gain, and/or bloodshot eyes
Poor appearance around Spain
Change in behavior and being secretive
Financial issues such as requesting money or lacking funds on a constant basis
While these are strong signs that you may have a drug addiction, there are physical and mental symptoms you may experience. Drug addiction symptoms differ from the signs from above. Symptoms and signs may go hand in hand, but may not always come together. Symptoms of drug addiction in Spain include:
Reliance on the drug in Spain
Taking the drug each day or multiple times a day
The need to increase the amount of the drug over time to get the same effect
Using the drug for longer periods of time than planned
Making certain there is a supply of the drug available in Spain when needed
Spending money on the drug, despite lacking money for necessities
Foregoing obligations and work responsibilities in Spain to use the drug
Using the drug despite knowing it is harmful to your social life
Stealing, committing crimes in Spain
Engaging in risky behavior at home or on the streets of Spain
Being unable to stop taking the drug
Undergoing withdrawal symptoms when attempting to stop taking the drug
Relocating to a drug addiction treatment center in Spain allows you to move away from triggers. It gets you out of the environment that may have led to or allowed your drug addiction to thrive. A treatment center allows you to reflect on the past, present and future to make positive changes to your life.
However, not all treatment centers are created equal.
It’s true that Spain does have some outpatient facilities, and maybe one or two funded places although most residents of Spain travel south to the beautiful town of Marbella, where they can engage the very best therapists and program of lasting recovery in the World.
Physis Recovery is the most awarded drug addiction treatment facility
Marbella’s relaxing, beautiful setting provides the ideal environment to get clean. You will chart a new course, one that is free from drug use in your home area around Spain. Drug addiction treatment at Physis Rehab offers you the chance to get help from fully qualified staff. The bilingual staff give you the support needed to end a dependency on drugs in Spain.
Drug rehab in Spain
Rehab facilities in certain countries feel more like hospitals than a place to relax and recover. At Physis Recovery you will feel like you are on holiday at a resort and a word away from Spain, getting healthy rather than at a medical facility. The downtime and relaxation provided at a drug treatment center in Marbella gives you the chance to recharge.
Best drug addiction treatment in Spain
Physis Recovery Rehab
Physis Recovery is the most awarded and successful drug addiction treatment facility, and is committed to delivering long term recovery at an affordable cost. Physis Recovery is ideal for those seeking drug addiction treatment in Spain.
The Physis Rehab developed and pioneered the Physis Method® of drug addiction treatment in Spain. It’s approach is confidential, discreet and non-judgemental with the aim of quickly identifying the underlying traumas and addiction causation. The team examine every element of dysfunctional behavior patters to successfully treat the mental, physical and spiritual self.
The Physis Method® covers major pillars of treatment:
Value, Determination & Process Approach
Before these core pillars of treatment can begin, clients usually undergo a full medical detox in Marbella, supervised by leading Detox physicians. The Physis Rehab Recovery Program is at it’s most effective when customized around a clients needs.