Rehab 4 Addiction

Are you suffering from drug or alcohol misuse? Have you noticed your habits have turned into an addiction? Understanding and accepting that you have a problem is the first step in reaching out for help. Looking for a local drug & alcohol rehab is the next step and often times a hard one.

But here at Rehab 4 Addiction in Erith or around London, we want you to know you are not alone, we are here to solve your affliction root and stem. We have highly-trained specialists available around the clock to make you feel in safe hands and secure in the knowledge that you’ve come to the right place.

What are the signs of drug and alcohol misuse or abuse?

Drug misuse can often be overlooked as it doesn’t become apparent as easily as addiction. However, misusing drugs whether they are legal or illegal can have a detrimental impact on your whole lifestyle and quality of life.

Misuse can begin with taking medications over the dosage stated, those which are prescribed for someone else or by taking them without a medical reason. Substance abuse can also be seen when a person is purposefully intoxicating themselves for the mind-altering effects of the drug.

However, this misuse and quite simply spiral into addiction which itself is a damaging route and not a way to live.

Spotting the signs of substance abuse is the first step. So, if you feel yourself becoming withdrawn from social situations, having functioning at work or around family members and responsibilities, have an irregular sleeping pattern or feel the need to overeat or loss of appetite, seek help as soon as possible.

These are all tell-tale signs you are slipping into a dependency of substance misuse.

Are you suffering from an addiction?

Addiction is a disease. Alcoholism is an addiction. Smoking is an addiction. Addiction is a term that means the compulsive physiological need for and use of habit-forming substances such as nicotine or alcohol. It can be categorised by tolerance and defined by physiological symptoms upon withdrawal.

Recognising the physical and mental need for a drug or alcohol is the pathway to acceptance. Once you have understood that you depend on drugs or alcohol you need to seek help. Cravings are a massive part of this disease, as addiction is a chemical dependency on drugs or alcohol which influences the way the body and mind work.

Addictions form when the urge to take a substance hijacks the part of the brain that understands reward behaviour and provides benefits to the body. Substance-related disorders are also known to impact the area of the brain which is responsible for decision-making and emotions.

Tell-tale signs of addiction are abandoning commitments or ignoring relationships, a decrease in socialisation, an inability to stay away from the substance or the behaviours aligned with the substance.

People with addiction also use denial as a way to justify their behaviours and continued denial can cause destructive consequences, from major health issues to damaged, broken or lost relationships with others around you.

Ignoring major risk factors, such as sharing needles despite the serious consequences, are also visible behaviours seen in people suffering from addiction. If these issues sound like something you are dealing with, you may need to visit a drug & alcohol rehab in Erith.

How can Rehab 4 Addiction help you?

Our drug & alcohol rehab in Erith has a number of highly qualified specialists at your disposal. From counselling, to medical help we have a wide selection of treatments to deal with all levels of substance misuse and addiction.

For acute alcoholism we recommend 5-10 days detoxification. Unlike going ‘cold turkey’ alone, our specialists are here to guide you along the way, offering prescribed medications for withdrawal symptoms as well as support and advice throughout your withdrawal experience.

For those suffering from a severe addiction to drugs a full 28-day residential is recommended. This way we can ensure no relapse during the detoxification stage and prevent further relapse in the future as our highly trained professionals reach the root of your problem.

We can work together to solve the physiological issues aligned with addiction as well as provide extensive therapy to move past the reasoning of missus or addiction.

Working together, Rehab 4 Addiction can offer treatments to rebuild relationships broken due to your addiction, teach you self-confidence and reinstate the ability to take on responsibility.

As many workplace functions deteriorate due to addiction, sometimes the outcome can feel irreparable. However, we’re here to give you that lift and encourage you to go back into a working environment confidently.

Our psychiatrists can work on repairing familial relationships and friendships alongside giving you the ability to recreate bonds and hold onto past bonds before decline.

Often times looking for the right level of care for addiction treatment is a daunting task added to the stress you are already undergoing, but at Rehab 4 Addiction in Erith, we aim to alleviate this stress by being near you when you need it most. Our first assessment is a simple five-minute call away and it can change your life.

If you’re ready for long-term recovery, give us a call today on 0800 140 4690 for your free and fully confidential assessment. Here we will go through the severity of your affliction and put together a tailored plan to get you onto the road to recovery.

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