Virtual Rehabilitation and its Impact on Drug-Addicted Patients

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Niaz Mohaideen. C, Sajeesh Sudarsanan, Adeena Haja, Noor Mohamed Rasik. B, R Revathi


Introduction: As a substitute for conventional treatment, virtual rehabilitation offers improved electronic rehabilitation techniques, maximising the impact of therapeutic interventions. The examination of compulsive mechanisms using VR settings remains in the early stages, notwithstanding the widespread usage of virtual reality models for studies on mental disorders.

Aim: The main aim of this research is to evaluate the value of virtual rehabilitation and how it affects patients who are drug addicts.

Materials and Methods: Numerous research techniques used in the study are being explored throughout the study's subject. The positivism philosophy was employed by the scholar. Moreover, the scholar has followed the deductive approach, descriptive design and thematic analysis has done. Additionally, the scholar has employed primary quantitative data-gathering techniques that aid in gathering reliable and real data. 5 patients of shree mookambika institute of medical sciences, kuleshekhram, who are impacted by drug addiction have been engaged in the survey process.

Findings and discussions: The research shows that virtual reality settings constitute a dependable tool to elicit physiological responses, mental situations, and brainwaves. The outcomes ultimately hinge on social parameters, the features of the research groups, and how social behaviour is included within the VR scenario.

Conclusion: The rapid expansion of VR innovation has significant ramifications for the advancement of addictive treatment. Upcoming VR research will considerably aid in the creation of fresh therapeutic techniques.

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Niaz Mohaideen. C, Sajeesh Sudarsanan, Adeena Haja, Noor Mohamed Rasik. B, R Revathi. (2023). Virtual Rehabilitation and its Impact on Drug-Addicted Patients. Journal for ReAttach Therapy and Developmental Diversities, 6(10s(2), 14–25. Retrieved from