Rehab 4 Addiction

Drug & Alcohol Rehab in Woodhall Spa

If you are struggling with addiction, please remember that you are not alone. Throughout the UK, many people are suffering from addictions in similar ways.

By reading this webpage today you may have already taken the first step towards sobriety.

Are you looking for a happier future, free from the grasps of addiction? Do you want to seek professional help to support you during this time? If so, you are in the right place and Rehab 4 Addiction can help you.

The best way to do this is by attending a rehab clinic in the Woodhall Spa area. Here you will be surrounded by a support network who want to see you succeed.

From detoxing to therapy, residential rehab can help you get back on your feet and lead a life free from addiction.

Do I need to detox?

When you enter your chosen clinic, you will be expected to complete a detox programme. This ensures that all traces of drugs or alcohol are removed from your system in a medically supervised environment.

Whilst many people find this the most challenging part of rehab, it is vital to ensure you can begin recovering successfully. Detox programmes are designed to help you learn how to live without substances.

The programme also allows you to develop healthy coping mechanisms and strategies to put into place if you find yourself in difficulty once back home.

The ultimate goal of recovery is to diminish your reliance on drugs and alcohol. By completing a detox programme, you can do this and remain abstinent from substances for life.

Completing a detox programme in a rehab clinic is far safer than attempting to do it at home, as staff are available to monitor your wellbeing and progress.

At home, you will be conducting your own programme under zero supervision which can place catastrophic effects on your overall health.

If you are struggling with unpleasant withdrawal symptoms, staff at your clinic can prescribe medication to alleviate these feelings.

How can addiction affect my mental health?

When seeking treatment, many people look for clinics that can help treat the physical effects of substance abuse, often forgetting the psychological effects that present themselves.

Once you become addicted to drugs or alcohol, your mental state changes. This can be seen when the effects of the said substance begin to fade.

Sometimes, people who struggle with existing mental health disorders turn to substances as a way to cope. By self-medicating they are engaging in a vicious cycle and worsening their mental health.

Whilst these substances may distract away from feelings of depression and worry, in the long term, because drugs and alcohol lower serotonin levels, these feelings worsen.

Serotonin is the chemical in the brain that makes us feel happy, without this we feel sad.

When people with severe addictions and mental health problems stop consuming drugs, they often feel extremely low and as if they have hit ‘rock bottom’.

Luckily, by seeking private treatment you can access dual diagnosis care.

This means you can partake in treatment that is designed to help your mental health problems and your addiction at the same time.

Why should I choose residential rehab?

Residential rehab is often considered the most successful form of treatment.

Whilst NHS treatment is effective for some, for those with severe addictions, there is no time to be placed on waiting lists.

From professional advice to luxury amenities, you can rest assured you will be treated in the best possible place.

NHS treatment is very rarely offered on an inpatient basis meaning residential rehab isn’t an option.

Whilst rehab isn’t cheap, Rehab 4 Addiction promise to work with you to find the best rehab within your price range.

Residential rehab ensures that your body and mind are looked after during your stay.

With everything under one roof, you will be in a position to go forth and thrive upon completion of treatment.

The thought of recovering locally turns a lot of people away from professional treatment.

This shouldn’t be the case as residential rehab means you will remain in your chosen clinic during your stay. To remain in your local area and avoid distraction, residential rehab will be your best option.

You will have 24-hour access to support, 7 days a week.

Staff and clients can help motivate you to progress and by working with a support worker you can create goals to achieve during your time in treatment.

Residential rehab means that you can leave negative situations and triggers behind for 28 days whilst you complete treatment. All we ask is that you remain committed to treatment during your stay.

If you are urgently seeking treatment just to satisfy others, it is highly likely you aren’t currently in a place where you would benefit from rehab.

Attending rehab needs to be your choice and you must remain invested no matter how long it takes. We understand this is a big commitment, but rehab can change your life in the best possible ways.

Call our team today

If you have any questions you wish to discuss with our team, we urge you to call us on 0800 140 4690.

We understand that this is a difficult time in your life and making that first initial call can be hard. Many of our helpline advisers have been in a similar position and are now in long-term recovery.

Speaking from experience, they can tell you first-hand about the benefits rehab can provide if utilised correctly. This also means that they can offer advice with zero judgement and can assist you with any worries you may have about prospective treatment.

Knowing what to expect from rehab is a wise choice and can help you prepare for entering treatment. If you are struggling with addiction and want to overcome it, contact us today.

You can also speak to a member of our team via the live chat function on our website or fill in an enquiry form and someone will get back in touch with you as soon as possible.

 

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