Rehab 4 Addiction

Drug and Alcohol Rehab in Beeston

Addiction is most defined as a ‘compulsive physiological need for and use of a habit-forming substance (like heroin or nicotine)’. The warning signs usually involve a built-up tolerance to alcohol and drugs and distinct physiological symptoms during withdrawal.

In essence, addiction refers to something you cannot control, with the compulsive need being too strong to resist. [1] Essentially, addiction takes over your life, leaving everything you cared about on the wayside.

What’s more, long term addiction results in damage to your health and life, both physically and psychologically. But addiction doesn’t just destroy your health.

When left too long without addiction treatment, your addiction can ruin your family, wrecking your relationship with loved ones. The message is, don’t underestimate addiction. The longer your addiction continues, the more risk there is to your career, finances and mental health as your daily responsibilities start to slip away.

The only thing that matters is satisfying your craving. As this compulsion begins to take over your whole life, you’ll find yourself isolated and alienated from friends and family, all of which threatens to damage your mental health further. [2]

The dangerous psychological effects of alcohol and drug abuse aren’t the only worrying factors of long-term addiction. The longer an individual continues to abuse alcohol or substances, the more chance of long-lasting physical damage to your body.

Without proper addiction treatment, you may find your life ends early due to substance misuse or alcoholism. This may sound very pessimistic, but there is plenty of appropriate help at hand through Rehab 4 Addiction’s drug and alcohol rehab centres in Beeston. [3]

We know the most challenging step can be admitting to yourself or anyone else that you have a problem with drugs or alcohol, but there is help available. At Rehab 4 Addiction, we provide all the support you would ever need in a supportive and welcoming environment.

Our highly skilled and trained staff will go through a thorough and free assessment to find out more about your experiences, personality, and needs to tailor our treatment programmes in Beeston to best suit you.

Our Tactics for Beating Addiction

Addiction isn’t choosey; it can affect any individual, regardless of race, social-economic background, or religion.

Similarly, anyone affected by addiction needs to understand how much of a monstrous and dangerous task it is to try to break free from the chains of your addiction alone, especially if you have been dependent on drugs and alcohol for a long time.

Accept a helping hand with the vast array of addiction services that Rehab 4 Addiction provides in several state-of-the-art treatment centres, all suited to the individual’s personality, challenges, and needs.

A quick, easy, and free telephone assessment will allow us to learn all we need to know about you to create a long-treatment plan tailored to you. Don’t be surprised if we ask you questions about your type of addiction, the severity of your addiction, your commitment and optimism for recovery and your medical history.

This allows us to personalise your drug and alcohol treatment for you for the best chance of success, no matter if you’re looking for a rehab centre in Beeston or further afield.

You might simply be looking for a haven away from your current housing situation for the best chance of success or might need a medically managed detox programme to help you withdraw from drugs or alcohol.

Either way, finding your personalised path to recovery is more than possible with the help, advice, and personalised treatment plans of the highly professional staff at Rehab 4 Addiction. So let us find the right path for you and guide you through recovery so you can start to put your life back together.

You may be wondering if you genuinely need rehab if things have gone that far? Remember, substance and alcohol misuse often start as a coping mechanism due to stresses or negative emotions.

Your momentary high will not last, and eventually, you will need more and more alcohol or the substance as your tolerance builds and compulsion builds with it. Therefore, beating the addiction on your own becomes more and more difficult as time goes on.

So, there’s no need to delay. If you think your addiction is becoming a problem. Rehab 4 Addiction can help with a treatment plan that focuses on the mind and body.

But to truly experience success, we recommend going through addiction treatment at an inpatient residential rehab centre. By doing so, you can experience the right kind of comprehensive treatment plan, relaxation and space needed to free your mind long enough to focus solely on recovery.

Your First Step: Safely Detoxing

Although every treatment plan at Rehab 4 Addiction is personalised to suit the individual, your treatment with us will often start with an essential detoxification treatment in a combination of therapy. If your addiction has been part of your life for a long time, your compulsion will likely turn into an increased tolerance to alcohol or drugs.

This dangerous dependence leads to nasty and potentially fatal withdrawal symptoms when attempting withdrawal alone.

Going cold turkey to revert your brain chemistry to its original state is dangerous. However, the chances of success are much higher when the withdrawal is completed slowly and under the direct medical supervision of our highly trained and experienced staff.

In addition, signing up for medically managed detox makes the process much safer and less unpleasant. [4]

Despite the temptation to go cold turkey alone, we would never advise this unsafe process. Instead, trust in our Beeston Rehab 4 Addiction facilities to safely and more comfortably complete your detox programme.

Choosing our centre, which provides detox under the direct supervision of medical staff, will safely bring your tolerance and substance levels to zero.

Tailored Treatment Plans at Rehab 4 Addiction

Detox is only the start. Once your body is free from the substances and toxins, you’ll need to dig deep to find the root cause of your addictive tendencies.

With our comprehensive treatment options, the duration of your time with us will help you to learn the tools and skills required to achieve sobriety and remain sober in the long run.

Our treatments typically entail treatments such as:

  • Talking therapies such as Cognitive Behavioural Therapy (CBT)
  • Access to highly trained therapists with One-To-One Therapy and Group Therapy
  • Dual-Diagnosis Treatment to assist with the diagnosis and treatment of co-occurring mental health and substance abuse conditions
  • Holistic therapies like Yoga, Meditation and Mindfulness
  • Stress Management Therapies
  • Motivational Enhancement Therapy
  • Equine Therapy for Addiction
  • Relapse Prevention Training
  • Family Therapy

This list is certainly not inclusive, and our comprehensive treatment programmes utilise our long list of treatments. These treatments are so effective because we ask questions and listen, learning all we need to know about any emotional issues or stresses you may be facing.

This understanding gives you the best chance of recovery with our specifically curated treatment plans.

Talk To Us Today

Hopefully, you’ve come to learn all you need to know to feel confident in our rehab services, so why not call us today to take the first steps for the rest of your life.

If you want to learn more about rehab or our services at Rehab 4 Addiction in Beeston, give our friendly team a call on 0800 140 4690 for a free assessment.



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