Rehab 4 Addiction

Drug & Alcohol Rehab in Eastwood

It may seem easier right now to just ignore your problems.

To shove them deep down inside until it feels like your chest might burst. Because it feels easier and less messy than having to admit to yourself and others that you are struggling.

We understand the idea of sitting down with your loved ones and telling them you are struggling with substance abuse may seem horrible.

Like you would do anything to keep them from knowing.

But you can’t just ignore your problem.

Now more than ever a person suffering from a drug or alcohol dependency isn’t seen as a criminal or someone to be looked down on. Instead, they are seen as someone that needs help. Like how you need help.

You may be ready to seek treatment for your dependency, but you may not be ready to let others know and to help you.

We understand the temptation to keep quiet and try to work through the recovery process alone. But it doesn’t work that way, you need support.

The simple fact is that the treatments are either dangerous to even attempt alone or can’t be done without the help of a trained professional.

The first treatment you would require is a detox, which is the process of ridding your body of all drugs and alcohol so you can avoid cravings while you’re working through the rest of your treatments.

While a detox sounds easy enough to do alone, it can be incredibly dangerous without the support of a fully trained medical professional.

This is because a detox involves you working through the withdrawal symptoms which can easily prove too much for your body to handle.

If experienced alone you could very easily find yourself in hospital.

The withdrawal symptoms include:

  • Sweating
  • Vomiting
  • Chills
  • Muscle pain
  • Insomnia
  • Paranoia
  • Mood swings
  • Nausea

Detox should never even be attempted outside of the safety of a rehab centre where you can be monitored 24 hours a day by a fully trained medical professional.

Who can administer medication should the symptoms prove too much for your body to handle.

By attempting to detox alone you are putting yourself needlessly at risk.

So let’s say you decide to skip this step and move on to the rest of your treatment alone. Well, the rest of your treatment would involve therapy and to complete it, you will need the help of a therapist.

You would also be dealing with the distraction of cravings as detox is designed to give you a fresh start so you can actually focus on your therapy sessions.

In rehab, you are provided with regular therapy sessions led by a fully trained professional therapist.

In most cases, these sessions will be group sessions where you will get a chance to interact with others staying at the centre at the time.

However, in some cases, you may be offered private sessions.

Therapy is important as substance abuse doesn’t just happen.

It is often a result of a deeper mental health problem that needs to be addressed. Your unhealthy coping mechanisms need to be replaced if you ever hope to achieve long term recovery.

Rehab is really the best place for you. It has the facilities and the staff to best aid in your recovery.

How to find a rehab?

Now that you have accepted you can’t do this alone you may be considering finding a rehab centre.

While every rehab centre has different facilities that can cater for different needs it’s important to remember they all have their best interest at heart. They just want to help you work towards recovery.

There are plenty of top quality rehab centres within the Eastwood area you could choose from.

So many in fact the task of narrowing it down may seem daunting.

When the decision to get treatment within a rehab centre has been made it is important to act quickly. The sooner you are starting down the path to long term recovery the better.

But where do you even start?

All this stress and worry can make the already scary thought of checking yourself into rehab all the more daunting.

Don’t you wish someone could just find a rehab centre for you?

Well, that’s where we come in.

At Rehab 4 Addiction, we take the time to get to know you. After our free initial assessment, we aim to understand what exactly you need out of your rehab centre and make a referral accordingly.

We also act as a support system before you are in rehab. We can put your fears at ease and explain any steps of the recovery process you may be unsure about.

We make sure you are happy with the rehab centre you have been referred to and we put your safety and happiness at the top of our priority list.

All of the rehab centres we could potentially refer you to have been properly screened. We make sure that they are safe, clean and can help you with your recovery.

With our services, we don’t care about how many times you have been to rehab. If this is your 1st or 100th time checking yourself in.

No two people have the same recovery journey. It is a long winding road with bumps and obstacles along the way. Some people may end up back at the beginning but we aren’t here to judge, we are here to help direct you in the right direction.

All you have to do is ask for help and we will provide it. You will never be turned away, we don’t need you to prove to us that you are struggling with a drug or alcohol dependency. We trust that just by asking for help you deserve to receive it.

It is never too late to find help for your substance abuse.

It doesn’t matter if you wished you managed to get sober years ago, what matters is that you’re working towards recovery now.

After all, the best time to plant a tree is 20 years ago, the second-best time is today.

Recovery is an ongoing journey and you’re not falling behind or starting too late. You are simply on your own path, and it doesn’t matter how long it takes to get to long term recovery so long as you keep working towards it.

We know you’ll get there one day.

Please let us help, just give us a call: 0800 140 4690

 

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