Rehab 4 Addiction

Has it come to a point in your life where you’ve had enough of drinking or doing drugs? The long-term effects of addiction have repercussions on every part of a person’s life. There comes a time where you want more for yourself and your life. Taking part in a rehab programme can support you in changing your life.

What Rehab 4 Addiction does for you

There are many drug and alcohol treatment options in Esher. After a solid amount of time spent focused on satisfying cravings, learning how to change thoughts and behaviours can be extremely difficult. At the start of the path to recovery it can feel daunting knowing where to turn for support.

At Rehab 4 Addiction we consider your individual situation. It’s imperative when quitting alcohol and drugs to access safe medical and psychological support, especially at the start of the process. This sets you up with the strongest foundation to achieve your goals.

With our expert knowledge on treatment options in the Esher area we refer you to the most suitable programme for you. You need a support plan that will cover every aspect of your health. The physical and psychological aspects of your treatment need to be thorough and provide a safe, reliable way to quit.

Quitting an addiction is much more than stopping a habit. The rest of your world comes along with it. At Rehab 4 Addiction, we consider all aspects of your life to create a holistic approach to your recovery.

How to begin your recovery in Esher – the physical

A physical dependency on alcohol or drugs means the body has reached a state of physically needing the substance to survive.

When the next drink or fix is the only thing you can think about because you’re concerned about how you’ll cope with it, a dependency could have developed. When the time has passed without drinking or taking drugs and there are physical effects on the body, for instance, shaking, pain, or nausea, then physical dependency exists.

The symptoms of withdrawal are very uncomfortable for many people. This is often the moment when people drink or take drugs again.

Trying to quit a substance when in this state can be dangerous if a person does this alone at home. By staying at a drug and alcohol rehab in Esher medication is used to support you through the physical symptoms of withdrawal. Your safety is prioritised and professionals are on-hand to ensure the safest detox.

The physical detox part of treatment takes place at the start of a rehab stay and lasts up to ten days.

The psychological part of your recovery at rehab

The brain changes when a person has struggled with addiction for any length of time. To begin with the chemicals in the brain have been affected. The natural “happy” chemicals are reduced and there are many toxic chemicals affecting how the brain works.

The neurological pathways are changed by the repeated behaviours of addiction. This is why psychological treatments facilitated by expert and compassionate professionals are essential to your recovery.

Through specialist therapies such as Cognitive Behavioural Therapy and Dialectical Behavioural Therapy, you begin the process of psychologically treating the brain. This is crucial in supporting the brain to recover.

With ongoing work in this area, you start to monitor and have control of your thoughts and cravings and this affects your behaviours. This is another area you can make huge changes in that will positively change your life.

It’s also common for people who have addictions to be affected by other mental health issues, such as anxiety, trauma, and psychosis. With a team of professionals to hand, you have the safest way to cope with presenting symptoms in these areas as well.

The emotional aspect of your recovery

Humans are creatures of emotion. Drink and drugs are often taken to mask feelings. When attending a rehab centre the emotional aspect of the addiction must be treated too.

Emotional recovery is facilitated through various talking therapies as well as 12 step work. Holistic activities such as art and music therapy are also a method used that can be really helpful to people who might need an alternative way to open up. However, being open to all therapies is essential to taking part in rehab in order to have the best chances of success in recovery.

How drink and using drugs affects your life in the long run

The long-term effects of alcohol and drugs not only ruin your mind and body, but there are also wider consequences.

There can be problems with relationships in your family and with friends. There are often financial difficulties for a person. Addiction can cause huge amounts of damage. However, at Rehab 4 Addiction we know that these areas can be healed along with your mind and body.

Are you ready to begin your healing journey?

The questions really are, are you ready to quit the cycle? Have you had enough of being controlled by drink or drugs? It’s likely that you are, but might be feeling anxious about how this life-changing moment might begin and how you’ll cope. Quitting isn’t easy, but it changes life for the better.

People quit every day. So can you. That’s a fact.

What to do next

All you need to do is contact Rehab 4 Addiction. You’ll speak to a friendly person on the phone where you’ll be asked a few questions. Everything is treated confidentially so that your privacy is protected. You’ll then be explained your rehab treatment options in Esher and around Surrey.

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

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