Rehab 4 Addiction

Addiction can happen at any moment and when it does, it can be completely life-changing. Alcohol and drug addictions are two of the most common types of addiction, however, there are a variety of different types of things people can become addicted to.

If you’re looking for rehab in Exmouth, look no further. At Rehab 4 Addiction we want to help you get back on track and take control of your life.

If you feel like you are struggling with substance misuse, our team can help you find a life free from addiction at one of our many rehab clinics in Exmouth. We will stand by your side during this difficult time and find a treatment programme that works best for you.

Why should I attend rehab?

There are many positive benefits to attending residential rehab and finding treatment for your addiction, such as:

  • Focussing solely on your recovery. Our staff is completely dedicated to seeing you recover. We offer professional medical advice as well as therapy sessions all within a luxurious, calming clinic
  • Support. By staying in residential rehab, you are surrounded 24/7 by highly trained staff and can plan visitations from family and friends to encourage you on your recovery journey, keeping motivations high
  • We also offer services such as catered meals and laundry washing allowing you to focus solely on yourself and steer clear of distractions

What causes drug and alcohol addiction?

There are many factors that can cause a person to become addicted to drugs or alcohol. To put it simply, there are far too many reasons to determine an exact cause.

Taking drugs and alcohol changes the way the brain and body work. More often than not these experiences are seemingly fun and create an enjoyable moment that makes the user want to take the substance used again.

The urge to recreate the same feelings from drugs and alcohol can cause a person to become addicted as they try and try again to feel pleasure.

When a person stops consuming a substance, they experience withdrawal symptoms. These are very unpleasant and if not dealt with properly often result in a person relapsing and taking more of the substance they’re addicted to, to try and stop the feelings of unpleasantness.

Unmanaged withdrawal symptoms can be life-threatening, and you should always seek help from a medical professional.

Withdrawal symptoms can be very dangerous and can further a person’s addiction as they try again to stop taking a substance. Addictions progress dangerously and often quickly as the user tries to find the same ‘good’ feeling, also known as a ‘high’, attempting to reach this with a high dosage of drugs.

How to spot addiction

Many people consume drugs and alcohol on a daily basis. Perhaps you’re out with friends for a drink or even taking prescription painkillers, however for certain people this can quickly spiral out of control.

Addiction is not black and white, and it can sometimes be extremely difficult to determine if a person has an addiction and what has caused it.

Many people who misuse drugs and alcohol often go through extreme periods of denial as they believe there are other people out there who are far more addicted than they are. It is important to take your addiction seriously and reach out for support as soon as possible.

When abusing alcohol and drugs, your physical and mental health is at risk. If you are worried about a loved one it is important to try and spot the signs as quickly as possible, so they can receive the help they need.

The sooner they receive help from Rehab 4 Addiction the sooner they can begin a treatment programme in Exmouth and get their body, mind, and life back on track.

Here are a few ways in which you can spot addiction in yourself, a friend, or a loved one:

  1. The inability to stop consuming drugs or alcohol and subsequent cravings
  2. Effects on the mind and body
  3. A change in personality and outlook on drug or alcohol consumption
  4. Denial and the inability to process
  5. Not being able to experience triggering events without drugs or alcohol

Can you relate to any of the above? If so, there is a very high chance you are struggling or know someone with an addiction. Call us on 0800 140 4690, once you make the first step, we can help you help yourself.

There really is no better time to seek professional help than this moment. It doesn’t matter how long this addiction may have been formed, we just want to help you past this tough time.

If you have been hiding your addiction for a long time you are still very much as valid to use our services. There is no such thing as ‘too late’ in regard to seeking help, we want to ensure your health and wellbeing before things get worse.

Will rehab really help me?

Rehab 4 Addiction has helped many people since we began our journey. Rehab has a variety of benefits and can truly help shape your life post-addiction.

At one of our many clinics in Exmouth we can offer you 24/7 support and supervision from medical professionals, specific treatment plans tailored to your needs, counselling, and therapy, as well as motivation and encouragement from peers in a setting that won’t find you distracted from your progression.

We know it can be difficult making that first step into recovery. You may feel very overwhelmed with promises of support and a variety of treatments from different clinics, which can cause further stress.

The team at Rehab 4 Addiction recognises this, and we promise to do our best to ensure you find the most suited clinic. By giving us a call as soon as possible, we can ease the anxiety surrounding finding a clinic in Exmouth and across Devon, and look for a particular clinic and treatment programme that best suits your addiction.

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

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