Rehab 4 Addiction

Are you or someone you love struggling with an addiction? Living with daily cravings can take over your life. Drinking and using drugs often ruins how you feel mentally, emotionally, and physically. It can ruin relationships and absolutely destroy your handle on finances.

Life surrounding your use can be extremely stressful. Are you at the point where enough is enough?

You could be at your wits’ end not knowing where to turn. Perhaps you’ve already tried over and over again to quit, but simply keep on drinking and taking drugs.

Being fed up is a place to start. Hitting rock bottom can be useful. You might not have been able to quit without support, but with the right support around you, your chances of healing and recovery are much higher.

Rehab centres cover all aspects of recovery that you need. Our drug and alcohol rehab in Bootle in Liverpool takes into account your mind, body, and soul when formulating your personalised recovery plan.

How are drugs and alcohol affecting your life?

Drugs and alcohol have huge ripple effects across a person’s life. The negative effects start with the personal. Your mind is affected because substances psychologically affect how the brain works. This in turn affects how you think.

Thinking affects emotions. The emotional impact of substance use has a huge impact on how you feel. This can result in reduced feelings of self-worth and self-confidence, for instance, in the belief in your ability to quit.

The body is affected. The functioning of organs and muscles deteriorate. The skin becomes inflamed and can develop sores. Drugs and alcohol drastically reduce fitness levels. They also increase the risk of illnesses.

Outside of the personal are the familial and social effects of drinking and taking drugs. Perhaps your family and friends constantly worry, maybe some are angry, or simply exhausted, and have stopped talking to you. Sadly, these are common side effects linked to the repercussions of addiction.

At Rehab 4 Addiction, we know you’re capable of healing yourself and healing old wounds with others because change is always possible and you can change.

A new goal: to quit

Can you remember a time you set yourself a personal goal, not linked to drink or drugs? Perhaps there was a time you wanted to paint a picture, lie on a gorgeous beach, or simply go for a nice walk?

Personal goals are achievable with the right strategies in place. By starting with the goal to recover, the opportunity to find new goals is opened up and this brings a new type of purpose to life.

Gabor Maté states, “Passion creates, addiction consumes.” By attending a drug and alcohol rehab in Bootle healing can begin. This provides the chance to create the start of a new alcohol and drug-free life.

When should you go to rehab?

Waiting for the right time to go to rehab is notoriously difficult to navigate. Being ready to face what could feel like the biggest challenge might feel too huge to contemplate. The idea of stopping can create anxiety when drinking and taking drugs has taken up so much space in life.

This is why it’s incredibly important to talk to people with the right knowledge and insight. Starting with a short phone call to Rehab 4 Addiction makes this first step easy for you. By calling us today you’re able to talk through options about your future recovery in a comfortable way.

How rehab benefits you

Attending a rehab centre has huge positive outcomes. At Rehab 4 Addiction you’re provided with a tailored programme to suit your individual needs to quit drinking and or using drugs. From the moment of your arrival, you’ll feel comfortable within a safe setting that is totally free from usual triggers.

Physical dependency is considered first and a 7 or 10-day detox begins to free the body of drink and drugs. Trained professionals oversee this and prescribe medication where necessary to ensure the safest detox possible.

According to Mind, “Addiction is often linked to mental health problems”(1)

After detoxing, specialist and holistic therapies are introduced to support you in facing any mental health issues as well as ongoing side effects, such as depression, trauma, insomnia etc. This is also space where new future goals are identified.

At the end of the 21-28 day stay a personalised after-care programme is created with you that is focused on your new goals and the future.

Your Drug and Alcohol Rehab options in Bootle

It was reported by the United Nations General Assembly Special Session (UNGASS) on drugs that at a worldwide scale there hasn’t been enough progress made in drug policies in order to positively impact people at a ground level.(2)

Behaviours linked to alcohol and drug use is often criminalised. This means many people don’t receive the treatment they deserve.

At a local level, drug and alcohol services are available in communities offering various rehab programmes. It can be difficult to decipher what’s most suited especially without professional input.

At Rehab 4 Addiction a comprehensive treatment package is offered through a rehabilitation centre. People are treated as individuals and addiction is considered a health concern. Physical, psychological and emotional treatments are provided for your health.

These can have a hugely positive knock-on effect in life. This is what’s available at your local drug and alcohol rehab in Bootle.

What you get when you connect with Rehab 4 Addiction

Contact Rehab 4 Addiction today by phone today. We’ll ask you a few questions to find out about you and your alcohol and drug use, and you can ask whatever questions you have. Any information you share with us will be treated confidentially.

On the phone, we’ll explain treatment options and what you have to gain by attending a rehab centre.

There’s no time like the present to pick up the phone and make that first step. We look forward to speaking with you.

Call Rehab 4 Addiction today on 0800 140 4690 or fill in the enquiry form.

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