Rehab 4 Addiction

If you’ve noticed that you’ve become dependent on drugs or alcohol and you want to fix it, you’ve passed the first milestone of recovery. Accepting that you need help is always the first step, and upon doing so, freedom awaits you.

As soon as you make that call or send that email to our helpline, we will begin to investigate rehab centres in Bedworth or across Warwickshire to find the best one for you.

An excellent drug and alcohol treatment centre will come alongside you as you kickstart a sober lifestyle, and stay with you as you continue to maintain it.

Asking for help is optional; you could continue to pursue addiction. But what good will that do?

Continuing to consume alcohol or drugs inevitably leads to more isolation. On the flip side, rehab provides you with an essential community of addiction specialists and fellow victims of substance abuse.

What Happens at the Start of Rehab?

As soon as Rehab 4 Addiction has matched you with the most appropriate treatment centre, you can begin to liaise with staff to arrange your start date.

There will be an assessment of your physical and psychological needs that will help with the development of a specific treatment plan.

All treatment plans involve a detox, which rids your body of the dangerous chemicals that have built up as a result of drug or alcohol consumption.

Unfortunately, you may experience some uncomfortable withdrawal symptoms, which can be anything from nausea to muscle pain.

However, thanks to the intensive nature of rehab, you are always under the care of medical professionals who can step in if withdrawal symptoms worsen.

Will I Have to Have Therapy?

Although detoxes work well at the beginning of rehab, it is evident that a constant cycle of consumption then detoxing isn’t sustainable.

An option that is sustainable is therapy.

Various forms of therapy are employed in drug and alcohol rehab centres, which allows you to test out different types and see what works best for you.

Some common therapies include CBT (cognitive behavioural therapies) and group therapy. The latter allows you to offload while also learning from others’ experiences. Ultimately, group therapy builds a strong sense of community that will carry you through your time in rehab.

It’s not just fellow residents that will help you in your journey; trained professionals work hard to provide you with the best care possible. You will be lucky enough to have access to addiction specialists, psychologists and psychotherapists who will all bring something different to your experience.

Therapy sounds daunting to many people, but put simply, it helps you to look within and discover what drew you to drugs and alcohol, as well as teaching you how to implement healthy patterns into your life.

It’s important to note, however, that therapy does not make up your entire experience at rehab in Bedworth.

Many methods are used to promote sober living, with a particular focus on physical health.

While none of these methods will be a magical cure for your addiction, they will help to prepare you for a sober lifestyle outside of treatment.

How Can I Avoid Relapse After Rehab?

Unfortunately, relapse is not uncommon in the 12 months following rehab.

That’s why Rehab 4 Addiction provides you with a year-long aftercare plan. This plan includes the ability to call our helpline at any time of day or night. We also promote group therapy sessions, which you will be used to after your time at rehab.

Again, there is no cure for addiction, but our aftercare will help you to manage the disease of addiction in the most effective way to prevent relapse.

You can also take action to avoid relapse by building a lifestyle that is conducive to sobriety. For example, only spend time with people who will encourage your sobriety, and ensure you avoid environments where drugs or alcohol are pushed.

Do I Need Help?

It can be difficult to know when to ask for help.

If substances are negatively affecting your relationships or work, that’s a key sign that it’s time to accept help from Rehab 4 Addiction.

Another thing to consider is whether you can go a day without alcohol or drugs, as the inability to do so means that you are dependent on substances.

However, if you are still unsure, give us a call. Together, we will discuss your situation to decide what help you need.

If we discover that you do have problems with drugs or alcohol, you don’t have to live a turbulent lifestyle any longer.

We will immediately begin research on drug and alcohol treatment centres in Bedworth and pair you with the best one for you.

Asking for help is the best thing you can do for yourself and your loved ones, so do not hesitate to contact us if you find yourself struggling.

Call us today on 0800 140 4690, and take the first steps into your new life.

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