Rehab 4 Addiction

Drug & Alcohol Rehab in Lymington

If you or someone you know is experiencing addiction and looking for treatment, look no further.

Here at Rehab 4 Addiction, it is our job to help those struggling to cope with substance or behavioural addictions seek the treatment they need.

With our help, you or your loved one could be admitted into a suitable and local drug and alcohol rehab in Lymington in no time, and be on the track to a full recovery.

If you wish to know more about how we can help you or someone you know, call us today on 0800 140 4690, or fill in our online form to receive a call back at a better time.

How do I know I’m experiencing an addiction?

It can be difficult to admit you are experiencing a drug or alcohol addiction, but sometimes even harder to realise that you are experiencing one at all.

The symptoms of addiction can show up in many various ways and can crop up physically, mentally, and even in your social life. A few of the main signs of addiction are listed below:

1. Social Symptoms

  • You are avoiding responsibilities at work or in your social life to use the substance
  • You are more withdrawn at work or in your social life than usual
  • You are clashing with friends and family over your use of the substance
  • You have a secret stash of the substance hidden somewhere

2. Mental Symptoms

  • You are more easily agitated and angry than usual
  • You are experiencing heightened symptoms of an existing or new mental health disorder such as anxiety or depression
  • You think about the substance all the time, and struggle to focus on anything else at times

3. Physical Symptoms

  • Your appearance has drastically changed recently
  • You experience withdrawal symptoms when you have not used the substance for a short period of time, these can include nausea, dizziness, muscle pain, fatigue, mood swings, and headaches
  • You are struggling to keep a normal sleeping pattern

If a few of these symptoms are appearing in your life, we suggest getting in contact with the Rehab 4 Addiction team on 0800 140 4690.

Even if you are not experiencing addiction, we are able to guide you through what you may be feeling, and provide you with numerous options to go forward with.

How much does rehab cost?

We understand that many people struggling with a drug or alcohol addiction will be concerned about reaching out for professional help – or will avoid reaching out at all – because of the expected costs that are associated with rehab.

We also recognise that talking about money can sometimes be deemed taboo – or even embarrassing.

Here at Rehab 4 Addiction we never want anyone to miss out on crucial, life-saving treatment. We strive to make sure everyone who needs addiction treatment receives it, and we don’t discriminate based on bank accounts.

We are here to make you as comfortable as possible throughout the admissions process.

This is why we have ensured that Rehab 4 Addiction is a safe, judgement-free space where you can feel secure and calm in discussions about finances.

If you have any concerns, or a particular budget you would like to stick to, our team will be happy to help work around them and get you the best care possible no matter your circumstances.

How long will I be in rehab?

Because every client’s journey to recovery is different, just like every addiction is, there is no saying how long your time in rehab will be.

The average length of time for a rehabilitation programme is around 28 days, but this can easily be altered by many factors, some of which you can control, and some of which you are unable to change.

Things that are in your control include having a positive mindset towards treatment and being open and willing to participate in therapy sessions.

Though it sounds clichéd, this actually helps steer you closer towards a recovery, just as having a pessimistic outlook and an unwillingness to try treatments can hold you back, making your time in rehab much longer.

Other factors that decide how long your stay will include aspects of your addiction such as the length of time you have been using substances for, which substances you have used, and the severity of your condition.

These are, at this time, out of your control, just like family history, your physical and mental health, and your age – all of which also have a hand in deciding how long you will spend in rehab.

We recommend focusing on the journey and the improvement you are sure to make along the way, rather than the ‘finish line’ of rehab.

This way you are propelled on because of your progress, rather than deterred by the lack of an instant ‘fix’.

There is no shame if you are someone who requires a little longer in rehab, your recovery is still possible, so take each day as it comes.


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