Rehab 4 Addiction

Are you looking for alcohol rehab in Hendon? Then you’ve come to the right place. Rehab 4 Addiction has resources all across the country for a variety of alcohol and drug problems.

Here specifically we’re going to talk about the recovery process, the treatments we have to offer and we’ll go over what specifically we have in and near Hendon.

We’ll go into more detail on why later, but really and truly, the only way to definitely and permanently recover from addiction is to seek professional help.

The kind of help you need will become clearer as you go on, but if you have a more chronic problem, residential rehab will most likely be the best solution.

An entire network, filled with treatments and support, is readily available to you and could be the best thing for your recovery. All you need to do is reach out.

How easy is recovery?

This is a point, in particular, is one where we need to be brutally honest with you. This is going to be a really long and hard road, particularly if you have a more chronic addiction. Studies have shown addiction to be a disorder that physically changes how your brain works, making it really tough to beat.

Lone detoxes especially are almost never achieved successfully, due to both this and withdrawal symptoms, which can be severe without support. They can vary drastically, but depending on the substance you’re addicted to, withdrawal symptoms during drug and alcohol detoxes can include:

  • Tremors
  • Flu-like symptoms
  • Nausea
  • Diarrhoea
  • Seizures
  • Muscle cramps/aches
  • Hot and cold flushes

Even if you don’t experience the most dangerous withdrawal symptoms, they can often become so unpleasant that it will be difficult to carry on without support.

Something else to be aware of: you also need to be prepared to make lasting, permanent changes to your overall lifestyle, outside of drug or alcohol use. Furthermore, you’ll need to keep working on this even beyond your initial treatment to avoid relapse.

If you’re prepared to put in all of that and more, you’re in the right headspace to recover.

But all that hardship doesn’t mean you have to walk this proverbial path alone, or that recovery is impossible to achieve altogether. Rehab 4 Addiction has helped many people to permanently remove toxic cycles from their lives. We can help you too.

Finding support in Hendon

If you’re in Hendon and are looking for more localised treatment, you’ll likely be sent to our London facility, if residential rehab turns out to be what’s best for you.

This centre has many features that can aid massively in recovery. The biggest two are the fact that it’s in a private, secluded location and that both the treatment and recreation rooms are in the same locations, giving you easy access to everything.

But our help across London is more than just that one residential centre. By nature, a lot of outpatient treatment can be completed from the comfort of your own home, one prime example being medically assisted detox

Furthermore, we can direct you towards support groups like alcoholics anonymous and various kinds of therapy. These include holistic therapy, talking therapy and counselling in London or elsewhere.

Finding the right treatment for you

Another benefit of coming to Rehab 4 Addiction is the wide variety of personalised treatments we offer. In a conversation with our experienced professionals, a path for you should become clearer and your specific needs will be taken into consideration.

To use a significant example, you might have noticed us using the term “inpatient” earlier. Essentially, inpatient and outpatient are the two forms addiction recovery takes.

Inpatient would be treatment completed at a facility like our aforementioned London rehab, whilst outpatient is completed at home or more locally, like therapy, at-home detoxes and support groups.

If it becomes clear in your conversation with us that you need more serious help, you’ll likely be advised to follow inpatient treatment and if it’s the opposite then you’ll probably be directed towards inpatient treatment.

From reading all of this, you may already have a good idea of which treatment would work best for you. If you’re unsure or if you want to know for certain, as we previously said, phoning one of our professionals should set you straight.

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

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