Rehab 4 Addiction

Are you based in Felixstowe and suffering with substance abuse problems? Rehab 4 Addiction can help. Living with addiction can be extremely isolating. It can leave you feeling hopeless and alone.

The good news is this: when you reach out for help, things get slightly easier to deal with. Though rehab is a huge challenge for all involved, you will be surrounded by a team of professionals who will motivate you throughout your month-long stay.

Why not take the step today and join a community of like-minded individuals, all striving to stay sober?

Am I Ready For Rehab?

Only you will know whether you are ready for rehab.

No one else knows where you are in your journey and how you are feeling about treatment, so this is an extremely personal decision to make.

If you’re struggling to know whether you’re ready or not, we would argue that even considering getting help is a great sign as many people do not want to be pulled out of their lifestyle of addiction.

A conversation with Rehab 4 Addiction could help you decide if rehab is right for you. We will prompt you to consider whether you are willing to give up substances entirely and enter into a sober lifestyle.

This involves short-term challenges, but ultimately you will be leaving behind the damaging effects of substances, including potential issues with health, relationships and employment.

Even if you aren’t yet ready for rehab, we could offer general advice on how to handle addiction. Eventually, when you decide you are ready to accept our help, we can find you a rehab centre in Felixstowe within days of your request.

What Happens At Rehab in Felixstowe?

Most rehab centres in the UK follow a similar format: detoxification, rehabilitation, then aftercare.

The detox is the first essential step for your new life as a sober individual. When you are addicted to drugs or alcohol, your body becomes dependent on these substances and therefore cannot function without them.

Detoxing encourages your body to learn how to operate without drugs or alcohol, which can unfortunately involve some uncomfortable side effects. Usually, this is just mild sickness. However, if you experience severe symptoms, medical staff are available 24/7 to medicate you accordingly.

As for the rehabilitation process, it encompasses many things from healthy eating and exercise to therapy. In your therapy sessions, you will begin to understand yourself better, including the reasons you became addicted to substances and how you can avoid falling back into the same unhealthy patterns.

When you think of rehab, you may think of group therapy in particular. This form of therapy does make up a significant part of the programme as it is proven to be extremely effective.

When you share your experiences in a non-judgemental environment, and in turn listen empathetically to the experiences of others, the stigma surrounding addiction is reduced. Moreover, each patient is renewed with motivation to continue to pursue sobriety.

Can I Get Treatment For a Mental Health Problem in Rehab?

It is very common to struggle with a mental health disorder alongside addiction, particularly anxiety, depression, and schizophrenia.

There are two reasons for this. Firstly, if you are already diagnosed with a mental health disorder, you are more likely to turn to substances to self-medicate. Secondly, if you become dependent on drugs or alcohol, you are then more likely to develop mental health disorders due to damage caused by these substances.

In the first case, you will be pleased to know that your mental health will be prioritised in rehab, meaning therapy sessions will address all your struggles, not just your addiction. This will teach you how to take care of your mental health by employing healthy coping mechanisms such as mindfulness and exercise.

If you are experiencing a mental health disorder as a direct result of substances, you should notice that symptoms lessen after the detox process.

Overall, rehab is the best place to be if you are having trouble with your mental health. You will be surrounded by addiction specialists who can offer expert advice on a daily basis.

They have dealt with the same addictions and mental health disorders time after time, so they are more than equipped to work alongside you in your journey to recovery.

Additionally, time away from your responsibilities allows you to put your full effort into getting better. At home, you deal with constant distractions from work and loved ones, whereas rehab is a place to truly practise self-care, which of course involves learning how to live a sober lifestyle.

No matter how mild or severe your addiction, we can help. All of our team are all living their lived ‘in recovery’. You can contact us today on 0800 140 4690.

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