Rehab 4 Addiction

Drug & Alcohol Rehab in Holmfirth

Is your alcohol or drug consumption getting out of hand? Have you noticed changes to your personal relationships or friendships?

Are drugs or alcohol affecting your ability to work effectively? Are you finding it harder to hold and take on responsibilities?

If you’re answering yes to any of the above, it may be time to seek help. Overconsumption or drug misuse can easily slip into addiction and Rehab 4 Addiction is here to advise those suffering on all levels.

Our drug & alcohol rehab in Holmfirth is specially designed to cater to your personal needs and ensure a long-term recovery.

With our highly trained psychiatrists and medical professionals, we can get you on a pathway to success in no time and all we need from you to start is just five minutes of your time.

Understanding Addiction

Even when negative consequences are probable, it is hard to acknowledge the addiction is present if you choose to maintain consumption. Understanding your problem is the first step you need to take in reaching out for help.

Addiction is both a physical and psychological disease in which both sides of the affliction must be solved in order to change your lifestyle and move on in confidence of relapse prevention.

Rehab 4 Addiction works hard to tailor a programme to your needs in order to create a successful and long-standing recovery.

We can help you understand your issues and move past the blurred reality or denial you may be living in through justification of your actions.

We’ll talk you through your behaviours, consumption and the effects it may be having on your relationships and the world around you.

Rehab 4 Addiction in Holmfirth can help you through the added stress of searching for the right treatments through our initial consultations, a simple five-minute call about your issues, your support network and your treatment preferences.

Releasing Yourself from Denial and Accepting Help

Many people can often overlook their drug or alcohol consumption, viewing it as normal or harmless when in fact misuse can lead to full addiction and fatal consequences.

Having this outlook can make withdrawal symptoms or side effects seem normal too, when in fact these are a result of the affliction in the first place.

It can often take another person to point out a change in demeanour or inability to effectively carry out previous responsibilities before you may realise that you are truly suffering.

This can be due to living in denial or down to the psychological impacts your drug or alcohol abuse is having on your mentality. Although consumption is an active choice, it’s highly likely that you lack awareness of the consequences linked to alcohol or drug abuse.

It is easy to brush off poor behaviour or justify actions to friends or family when in fact these are the side effects of your addiction. This is placing your reality apart from an addiction diagnosis.

Do you find yourself justifying your relationship with drugs or alcohol? Do you continue to consumer despite knowing the negative consequences?

Do you truly believe that drugs or alcohol are improving your quality of life?

Are you enabling your overconsumption through life choices such as the people you spend time with or the place you go?

Once again, if you find yourself answering yes, it is highly likely you are enabling your addiction, whether that’s knowingly or not.

No matter if you understand your addiction or not, reaching out to a drug & alcohol rehab in Holmfirth is your first step toward a better future and ongoing professional support.

Rehab 4 Addiction in Holmfirth can slowly help you detach from the negative effects of drugs and alcohol while teaching you how to prevent relapse and overcome justification in the future.

This is why we have so many treatment options available.

Treatment Options at our Drug & Alcohol Rehab in Holmfirth

One of the topics we’ll cover in our initial consultation is what treatment options are available and what your preferences would be. That way we can tailor a programme specific to you and your needs.

All patients are required to experience a detoxification process, no matter how severe your addiction. Here, you’ll remove the drug or alcohol completely from your system and feel cleansed.

This part of the rehabilitation can happen at home or, most recommended, within a residential setting as an inpatient.

That way we can monitor your withdrawal symptoms and offer any extra medical help or guidance during withdrawal.

Afterwards, we would expect all patients to receive some form of psychological help, in order to truly root out the problem of the addiction.

For example, why it started, what enables it and how it got this far. This therapy can be experienced in many different ways.

For those who find comfort in sharing their struggles with others, we highly recommend joining a support group to aid in your psychological detachment from the drug or alcohol of choice.

Oftentimes hearing other peoples’ experiences and sharing emotions overconsumption and addiction can build lasting friendships as well as work through the issue at hand.

A lot of patients have also found that by joining these support groups, they have extended their support network post-rehabilitation and therefore created a more secure recovery in the future.

Others may feel expressing emotions verbally can be quite hard, and in this case, we tend to recommend music or art therapies.

These types of therapies mean that you can work through your feelings on a different level, alongside guidance from a psychiatrist.

Some people may also find equine therapy particularly successful when it comes to stress management and motivational therapy as this therapy gives you the ability to learn or relearn bonding as well as expelling negative energies.

Horses are calm, caring and nurturing animals who will often mirror the demeanour of those around them and can therefore reflect any insecurities you may be expressing to the world.

Here you will be able to understand the energies you give off as a result of your addiction and suffering, but also enhance your ability to build and form bonds in the future.

Other methods of therapy are also available, from yoga, acupuncture, meditation and mindfulness practices but most commonly we offer CBT (cognitive behavioural therapy) where you can learn one-to-one about your affliction, behaviours and triggers.

This way you can get to the psychological side of your addiction, unpinning the underlying problem and releasing you from triggering behaviours and environments.

Reaching Out to Rehab 4 Addiction

If you’re really ready to get onto the pathway to success, all you need to do is give us five minutes of your time.

With our completely confidential and free consultations, we can guide you onto the best programme within a timeframe to suit you.

So why not give us a call today on 0800 140 4690 and let’s get you on the road to recovery.

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