Rehab 4 Addiction

Drug & Alcohol Rehab in Beaconsfield

An addiction to drugs and alcohol can ruin your life. If you are located in the Beaconsfield area and are looking for a rehab clinic, don’t hesitate.

Reach out to Rehab 4 Addiction today on 0800 140 4690.

According to the organisation, Alcohol Change, in England, over half a million people admitted to being dependant drinkers. Yet only 18% of these people are receiving treatment.

They also suggest that alcohol is a key factor in over 60 medical conditions. Therefore, it is clear to see that alcohol has huge effects on individual people and society as a whole.

Illegal drug use isn’t as severe, this is because these drugs are not as readily available. It can also be hard to gauge statistics involving illicit drug use as people do not want to admit their usage.

Both drugs and alcohol can have devastating effects on a person and even cause fatalities if not treated.

If you know someone suffering from an addiction, help them find the right treatment programme today by reaching out to Rehab 4 Addiction.

As well as offering support for those struggling with addictions, we also offer help for friends and family.

What are the signs of addiction?

Addiction cause very negative side effects on an individual and cause them to behave and present very differently from their usual self.

A lot of people try and keep their addiction a secret believing that if no one else knows about it, it can be effectively managed.

This is not true, and signs can appear from excessive drug abuse very quickly.

Take a look at the list below, do any of these symptoms present in someone you know?

  • Impulsiveness
  • Short temper
  • Avoiding situations or cancelling plans if they cannot use drugs or drink alcohol
  • Impaired judgement
  • Constant excuses for consumption
  • Lying and failing to commit to responsibilities
  • Loss of appetite
  • Rapid weight loss
  • Anxiety, depression, or any other mental health disorders
  • Constant fatigue
  • Sore skin and red eyes
  • Problems concentrating
  • Inability to sleep

This is just a small compilation of the negative effects that can present as a result of consuming drugs and alcohol.

How can I help loved ones access the care they need?

It can feel daunting thinking of helping a loved one access treatment, especially if they have refused your help in the past or are unwilling to participate in an honest conversation with you.

To help someone you care about to enter a facility in Beaconsfield, they must be willing to receive treatment. If not, you can try and help them face up to the severity of their problem and show them where support can be found.

A way to help someone you love access treatment is by staging an intervention. Our team can help you with this so that it is handled in the best way possible.

An intervention involves hiring a professional interventionist into a safe space or home environment so they can begin to initiate a conversation regarding a person’s addiction.

This can often help the said person see the severity of their problem and they are then more willing to accept help.

Everyone reacts differently, so whilst someone you know may benefit from a quiet and honest conversation, someone else may need an intervention to highlight their substance abuse issues.

For help during this difficult time, we ask you to reach out. We understand the stress family and friends are placed under when loving someone with an addiction.

Addiction can, unfortunately, affect many people’s lives which is why we offer support and guidance 24 hours a day, 7 days a week.

How does Rehab 4 Addiction work out the best treatment?

Rehab 4 Addiction can help find the most suitable clinic for you from the moment you reach out to us.

By calling us we can begin a pre-admission assessment that allows us to determine the most effective treatment programme.

During this assessment, we compile data regarding your budget, age, gender, location, and goals for treatment.

We then pass this on to our team who can contact local providers and create a handpicked selection of the most suitable rehab clinics for you.

This is a huge benefit to private treatment and allows your programme to be catered to your needs.

Ultimately, this boosts your chances of success of staying in recovery for the long term.

What treatments are on offer in rehab?

Your treatment programme will most likely begin with a detox programme. Whilst this can be challenging, you will be offered professional support at all times to ensure your safety and recovery.

After this programme is completed you will be able to engage in a wide range of therapies. These include, but are not limited to:

Therapy can help you heal both your body and mind whilst also allowing you to create vital support networks with peers.

By working closely with therapists and counsellors you can understand the root of your addiction and begin your new chapter of sobriety.

Staff will also help you prepare for life outside of treatment by creating plans for relapse prevention.

Call us today

If you are ready to begin your journey towards recovery and make a permanent change in your life, call our team today on 0800 140 4690.

You can also speak to a member of our team through the live chat function on our website or fill in an enquiry form and a member of our team will get back in touch as soon as possible.

If you are worried about a loved one, we also urge you to speak out. By speaking to professionals, you can begin to pave the way for a life of happiness, free from the clutches of drugs and alcohol.

 

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