Rehab 4 Addiction

Are you suffering from the negative impacts of addiction or substance abuse? Are you ready to find a drug & alcohol rehab in Hinckley or around Leicestershire? Rehab 4 Addiction is here for you.

We offer a wide range of treatments for varying levels of substance abuse and addiction. From detoxification and rehabilitation to alternative therapies such as art therapy, meditation, equine therapy and more. Rehab 4 Addiction in the Hinckley area is here to help you reach recovery in a safe environment with tailored programmes to suit your specific needs.

Although recovery can often times feel impossible, and the thought of going ‘cold turkey’ can be an isolating thought, Rehab 4 Addiction is ready to get you onto a pathway to a better mindset, past the physiological effects of the affliction and into a better way of life.

Reaching out for professional help is your first step on this journey. It is important to know that when you are ready to make a change in your lifestyle, our drug & alcohol rehab in Hinckley is here to guide you along the way.

So, if you’re struggling with drug or alcohol misuse or addiction, please reach out to us today and our team of specialists can guide you on the right path.

Understanding your alcohol consumption

In a society where consuming alcohol is so common and easily accessible, it is easy to overlook the effects the drug can have on a person’s life. Binge-drinking on weekends or glass with dinner every night of the week can go easily unchecked.

However, misusing or abusing alcohol can lead to damaged relationships, lack of functioning in the workplace and serious mental health implications.

With alcohol abuse and alcoholism, the mind becomes altered by the need for the drug, and this can have lasting effects on a person’s mental health. Understanding and recognising the problem is the first step in reaching out for help.

What is substance abuse and addiction?

Humans do not have an innate craving for drugs and the first instance of illegal drug use is usually voluntary, although at Rehab 4 Addiction we do understand that this first act can be through coercion or peer pressure from a particular group or situation.

Abusing substances, whether they be legal or illegal drugs, is the act of using drugs to alter the mind for a ‘high’. Consuming a higher dose of prescribed medication, taking another person’s prescribed medication or taking medications without the medical need to are all forms of substance abuse.

Using drugs or alcohol to reach a ‘high’ is a way of diverting your attention from your troubles in life without solving them and by actually damaging your quality of life in the process. However, the physiological and mental health problems substance abuse can lead to are not irreversible.

At Rehab 4 Addiction we believe that detoxification is the groundwork for recovery. Once the physical need for the drug is expelled from the body, the real work begins. Through trained cognitive behavioural sessions, we can get to the root of the problem and change your outlook, so you no longer need to chase that ‘high’.

Addiction is a disease that forms after the body has become tolerant of a drug and depends on the drug to function. Alcoholism and other drug addictions are serious, and we understand that living with an alcohol or drug addiction can be challenging at times.

Suffering from withdrawal in between consumption and dealing with the associated mental health problems can have a massive impact and make living a normal life very hard.

We understand the difficulties you are going through and that may be affecting those around you. To help you through this difficult period, we’re on hand to offer the best-tailored programme we can; exactly where you need it and when you need it.

How can Rehab 4 Addiction in Hinckley help you?

Once you have acknowledged your affliction, whether it be drug misuse or alcoholism, your first hurdle is finding a drug & alcohol rehab near you in the Hinckley area.

Often times searching for the right help can be a scary task, but it has already taken you much strength to acknowledge your affliction, and you’re in the right place. We aim to alleviate the extra stresses of searching for the right programme so that you can focus on getting better.

If you’re considering rehabilitation in the Hinckley area, you will first need to contact us for a phone assessment. This may feel like a daunting step, but it is the first and right one in the journey.

Speaking to our professionals about how you feel, your symptoms and stresses and other aspects of your life that have been affected by your behaviour can help us assess the severity of your affliction and guide you onto the right programme.

We aim to tailor every programme to your needs. That’s why we offer alternative therapies such as support groups, music therapy, equine therapy and more alongside both inpatient and outpatient rehabilitation.

We can work together to reach recovery in a way that suits you, either at home or through residential, and guide you with around the clock support.

So, if you’re ready for the first step, call us on 0800 140 4690 to get your first free and confidential assessment underway. We’re ready to guide you on a path to a better lifestyle.

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