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  1. Relapse definition is - the act or an instance of backsliding, worsening, or subsiding. How to use relapse in a sentence.
  2. SEE SYNONYMS FOR relapse ON verb (used without object), re·lapsed, re·laps·ing. to fall or slip back into a former state, practice, etc.: to relapse into silence. to fall back .
  3. Nov 09,  · Relapse is a normal part of recovery from addiction to alcohol or other drugs. Addiction is a chronic disease of the brain, meaning it lasts for multiple months and affects the way the brain works. Substances of abuse change the way that the brain operates, causing people to compulsively seek addictive substances despite harmful consequences.
  4. Jun 18,  · A person who's trying to stop using drugs can make mistakes, feel bad, and start using again. This return to drug use is called a relapse. Relapse is common and normal and happens to a lot of people recovering from drug addictions. People will often have one or more relapses along the way.
  5. Feb 03,  · By the simplest definition, a relapse is when a person returns to using drugs or alcohol after a period of sobriety.
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  7. Oct 19,  · Addiction relapse is common. Studies suggest that approximately half of all individuals who try to get sober return to heavy use, with 70 to 90 percent experiencing at .
  8. 1. lapse, revert, degenerate, slip back, fail, weaken, fall back, regress, backslide, retrogress He was relapsing into his usual gloom. 2. worsen, deteriorate, sicken, weaken, fail, sink, fade In 90 per cent of cases the patient will relapse within six months. worsen improve, recover, rally, get better.
  9. Jun 24,  · A relapse (“lapse,” “slip,” “setback”) is one of the most frustrating, humiliating experiences you can face in recovery from any problem habit. It leaves you feeling guilty, ashamed and tempted to throw in the towel and just keep acting out on the addiction. Unfortunately, relapse is also common.

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