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If you live in Oxfordshire and suffer from an addiction to drugs or alcohol, this could be the most important message you read this year.

Thanks to Rehab 4 Addiction’s revolutionary approach to drug and alcohol addiction treatment, you are now able to access a range of luxury residential clinics in Oxfordshire that ensures your recovery is a lasting one.

Drug and alcohol addiction affects the lives of the person suffering and everyone connected to them. Trying to heal from it alone can be extremely difficult.

Fortunately, rehab centres can help those suffering from substance abuse to regain control of their lives. People residing in Oxfordshire should know that there are plenty of rehab centres available for them or a loved one.

Do I Need To Go To Rehab?

If you are wondering whether you or a loved one needs to go to rehab, there are some red flags to scan for:

  • Look for dependence: If a person cannot function daily without the drug, if he schedules his time around drug use, or if he has failed to quit on his own, he needs assistance
  • Look at relationships: Drug and alcohol addiction can alter the personality of a loved one. He may become dishonest about his drug use or activities, straining his relationships with family and friends. He may also shirk his responsibilities
  • Look for health and legal issues: Often people suffering from addiction also suffer from malnutrition. They may also be in trouble with the law if they are using illegal substances

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Call our admissions team now on 0800 140 4690 for confidential and immediate advice about your rehab options & the services we offer. Your journey to sobriety starts today.

What Is The Admissions Process For Rehab In Oxfordshire?

The admissions process begins with constructing a treatment plan and a medical assessment. A doctor will invite you to the facility and run tests to determine your health.

The assessment will help doctors to prescribe the right medications, as well as answer your questions regarding detox. Those who need dire help can admit themselves to a hospital for a quicker response.

Once the tests are complete, you will be in close contact with counsellors and therapists who will formulate a plan with you. Together you will agree to treatment for your detox process.

Benefits of Going to Rehab in Oxfordshire

Inpatient treatment is the most effective form of rehab. You will receive 24/7 support from trained medical professionals who will be able to prescribe mediation, provide medical attention in case of emergencies, and encourage a sober lifestyle after your rehab

Expect to continue to receive support, go in for check-ups, and attend therapy sessions after your treatment.

What Is The Rehab Process?

Rehab begins with meeting with therapists to discuss treatment, plus a medical assessment to gauge your health. When your treatment is set, you will begin the detox process.

During detox, you will be monitored and receive medication as needed. Detox usually takes about 1-2 weeks to resolve.

After detox, you will examine your mental habits and tendencies with trained therapists and counsellors. They will help you identify and change your habits and adopt a positive, sober mindset.

Finally, when you leave rehab in Oxfordshire, you will have access to 12-step programmes, support groups, sober living communities, and other forms of aftercare. These options reinforce a drug-free life after treatment.

What Are My Rehab Options?

Drug rehab in Oxfordshire can accommodate many situations, and we will help you choose which option and setting are best for you. Below is a list of the types of rehab you can choose from:

Inpatient treatment means you stay onsite at an Oxfordshire rehab centre during the process. There you will live in a comfortable, stress-free environment to minimise triggers to misuse substances.

You will also have around-the-clock access to medical professionals if necessary.

Outpatient treatment is available if you have obligations from which you cannot be excused. You will be able to attend the rehab centre regularly during detox for checkups and medication.

After detox, you then have access to several sober communities and groups in Oxfordshire.

The detox period is the toughest obstacle. It breaks the physical dependence on the substance.

At a facility, you can decide to receive medical assistance during detox as well. This will alleviate harsh withdrawal symptoms.

Rehab therapy takes the form of counsellors and therapists. They will help to unmask the habits that push you to substance abuse. In addition, you will learn healthy coping mechanisms for life.

What To Expect During Rehab?

In drug and alcohol rehab in Oxfordshire, you will choose between rehab or detox. Detox is simply abstinence from the substance to help your brain recover from its dependency.

The rehab process involves a deep restructuring of your mentality to avoid relapsing into substance abuse, in addition to detox.

When the detox is over (in about 7-10 days), the rehab picks up with therapy and counselling. The goal here is to maintain a sober mindset by adopting healthy coping mechanisms.

You will learn to open up and trust other people instead of resorting to substances.

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What Types Of Therapy Can I Access During Rehab?

If you’ve attended a private rehab clinic in the past, you may be familiar with the therapies we employ. For years, these therapies have assisted hundreds of thousands of people in the fight against addiction and we are certain they can help you too.

Many of these therapies were designed specifically to treat addiction, and success rates amongst people who are able to access these therapies are extremely high. In fact, you should expect much better success rates when compared to older and less scientific ’12-step’ methods of addiction treatment.

At an Oxfordshire rehab centre, you can expect the following therapies:

1. ACT

Acceptance and commitment therapy motivates patients to deal with stress and unpleasant emotions in healthy ways.

2. Art Therapy

Art therapy allows patients to find creative ways of expression. Art therapists may vary in their techniques, but the goal remains to get the patient expressing their emotions.

3. CBT

Cognitive behavioural therapy is a very effective technique where a therapist helps a patient to challenge his negative thought patterns and habits.

4. Counselling

Counselling is available for patients who need emotional support or advice.

5. DBT

Dialectical behaviour therapy combines the mental exploration of CBT with mindfulness. The patient will uncover their negative mentality, while the therapist will advise him to accept his mentality, yet understand how it can be improved.

6. Experiential Therapy

Experiential therapy has the patient relive intense emotional memories through acting, role-playing and other media. This process helps him to clarify his emotions in those painful moments.

7. Family Therapy

Family therapy invites the patient’s family to sit for a discussion. During family therapy, the patient not only explains his side, but he is also able to hear how his addiction has affected his relatives.

8. Group Therapy

Group therapy brings together several patients who are in a similar place. Together they develop self-confidence, openness and trust in others as they realise they are not alone.

9. Holistic Therapy

Holistic therapy approaches all aspects of the patient – mind, body and spirit. The objective is balancing these three aspects, which will lead to healthier life choices for the patient.

10. Music Therapy

Music therapy provides another creative expression in Oxfordshire rehab. Patients can learn to speak through the tones and vibrations of an instrument or through listening.

11. Fitness Therapy

Fitness therapy works to put those who have suffered from drug and alcohol addiction back in shape. Often, these individuals neglect their physical health during their drug use.

12. Psychotherapy

Psychotherapy dives into the patient’s subconsciousness to discover the roots of his behaviours. After using many techniques to excavate the cause of the drug use, the therapist aids the patient in developing psychological defences against self-destructive thoughts.

What Does A Typical Day In An Oxfordshire Rehab Look Like?

You will wake up early at a designated time and have a nutritious breakfast. You may enjoy a relaxing activity like meditation before attending a mandatory group session. The leading therapist will guide you and your peers through a topic intended to help you understand your addiction.

After a healthy lunch, you will then attend more specialised therapy sessions. This may be individual, group or family therapy, art therapy, fitness therapy, or many other creative forms of healing.

When afternoon therapy is over, you will have free time for leisure activities like pool, swimming or personal journaling. In the evening, after a third balanced meal, a 12-step meeting will be available.

These programmes are designed to encourage camaraderie among your peers. At the end of the day, you will head to bed at a reasonable hour to prepare for the next day.

Understanding Withdrawal Symptoms

Many drugs are intensely addictive, and often your own denial is the key factor that’s stopping you address the issue. One should not underestimate the crippling cycle of dependency which many drugs, including alcohol, can cause.

Once the use of your drug has been stopped, the withdrawal effects can last anywhere between 7 and 21 days.

Common withdrawal symptoms include cravings, paranoia, insomnia and anxiety.

To varying degrees, other withdrawal symptoms may include:

  • Mood changes
  • Fatigue
  • Sleep problems
  • Depression
  • Loss of focus
  • Body aches
  • Tremors and chills
  • Numbness or the inability to feel pleasure (depression)

The Benefits of A medically-assisted Detox

You will experience intense reactions when you cease taking a substance during addiction, known as withdrawal symptoms. Depending on how hard the addiction was, withdrawal symptoms can range from mild to potentially fatal.

Medically assisted detox at an Oxfordshire rehab centre can ease the painful withdrawal symptoms. The doctor on call will know what to prescribe based on your assessment. These medications are neutral and do not contribute to your drug addiction.

How Is A Medically-Assisted Detox Safer?

People who detox alone will have to deal with potentially dangerous withdrawal symptoms without medication or professional supervision. These symptoms may deter people from starting their detox.

On a medically assisted detox, you will not only have personal medical treatment but also receive enormous support from staff and doctors. Rehab in Oxfordshire has also proven to drastically reduce relapse rates compared to detoxing alone.


Medications to Facilitate the Detox Process

Currently, there are a variety of medicines which may aid the symptoms of withdrawal. These include benzodiazepines, Propranolol, vaccines and relapse prevention medication. 

Whichever medication is opted for, always ensure that medical supervision is in place. If in doubt, please discuss your options with your health provider. If you attend a drug and alcohol rehab in Oxfordshire, you receive a high level of care and attention throughout the detox process.

It may seem daunting to embark on a detox, but you are not alone. Some tips which may help the process include:

  • Seeking help from medical professionals or sponsors.
  • Talking about your feelings and struggles with a compassionate friend or therapist
  • Educating yourself about addiction.
  • Exercise
  • Surrounding yourself with understanding people who will be sensitive and supportive throughout your journey.

Whatever your decision, be proud of the steps you are taking towards healing and making more positive life choices. Remember that you are not alone; help and support are always available.

The journey to a healthier, more fulfilling life starts with the first step. It is built on will power and supported by the mental and behavioural tools acquired during the rehab process. There are lots of centres that can help support you, and residential programmes that are able to insulate you from the life that you were living before you decided to detox.

The important thing is getting into a programme and environment that facilitates your recovery, and allows you to get mentally strong. It’s about doing what it takes to detox and then moving forward with the tools you need to stay clear of drugs and alcohol in the future.

How Long Does Rehab In Oxfordshire Last?

The withdrawal process typically lasts some weeks; though not inherently fatal, the experience can certainly be uncomfortable and unpleasant.

The initial withdrawal, known as ‘the crash’ can last from a few hours to days. Those who are suffering from a long-term addiction may experience ‘post-acute withdrawal symptoms,’ otherwise known as PAWS.

PAWS can occur immediately after the initial stages of withdrawal. As with the symptoms listed above, the severity tends to lessen over time. Each individual case differs and it is impossible to estimate the length or severity on a case by case basis.

This makes it crucial to take a personal approach to each withdrawal process, within the framework of best practice. And this is the level of care and attention you or your loved one will receive at our drug and alcohol rehabs in Oxfordshire.

How Much Does Rehab Cost & Why?

Many people struggling with addiction need help quitting. However, the cost of rehab can prevent them from admitting into a facility. It can be high, but there are many factors that justify the price of drug rehab in Oxfordshire. Rehab is a proven, effective method to help people suffering from drug and alcohol addiction because it utilises so many resources.

First, the detox process takes about a month, and during this time patients have an opportunity to stay overnight at the facility in a stress-free environment. They also receive nutritious breakfasts, lunches, and dinners every day.

The medication for the detox process is incredibly helpful for mitigating withdrawal symptoms, not to mention the monitoring equipment they use. The medical staff are highly qualified and provide 24/7 support for several patients. Even when detox is over, aftercare also involves many people and resources.

Rehab centres vary in what they charge, but cost should never be a reason to not attend. Many facilities offer affordable payment plans to cover the cost. Family and close friends may offer support, as well. Never miss a chance to get the help you need for drug addiction.

Unfortunately, the NHS provides little support when it comes to modern addiction treatment, and this ‘black-hole’ is fortunately filled by the private healthcare sector. If you have access to a policy of private medical insurance, it’s likely you will not need to pay for your treatment.

Can My Family Visit Me?

Family visits are typically limited to family therapy sessions during rehab in Oxfordshire. However, these sessions have a huge impact on a patient’s recovery in rehab.

We recommend family and friends visits are approved by our staff to ensure that this activity would benefit, not hinder the rehab process.

How Do I Tell My Work I’m Going To Rehab?

There can be fear surrounding drug addiction and the workplace. Transparency is the best way to handle matters responsibly. It’s also important to know company policy on drug use before approaching your boss.

The law will secure your job during rehab, but you will still want to arrange finances for the coming weeks. It is equally important to discuss how your duties at work will be covered with colleagues.

Helping A Loved One To Rehab

Seeing a loved one suffer from addiction is emotionally painful. When family members know of substance abuse, they may respond more out of shock than reason. If you know your relative is addicted to drugs, the best way to encourage them to get help is to make them reach that conclusion themselves.

You can ask them open-ended questions about their addiction that makes it clear how damaging it can be long term. For relatives who are resistant to advice, an intervention with several family members and friends can be very effective.

What Happens After Rehab In Oxfordshire?

When your treatment is completed, you will still have access to many forms of support, from sober living communities to Alcoholics Anonymous meetings. Our aftercare programme at Rehab 4 Addiction means you are not alone once you leave our facility.

We offer 12 months free aftercare to all of our inpatients which involves unlimited access to counselling and therapy sessions, access to resources and support, and the chance to speak to a specialist via telephone whenever you need from the community.

Below is a more detailed list of the aftercare options we provide:

One-on-one therapy sessions reinforce the coping mechanisms learned during rehab. It also allows the patient to develop an awareness of his own emotional centre.

Because drug addiction can heavily impact a person's health, it is important that he checks in with a professional regularly. This also holds him accountable to remain sober.

Programmes like AA offer recovering patients to band together. Often meetings are run by members, so everyone feels comfortable sharing their story.

Any support group you can find will decrease the chances of relapsing. It is important to form connections with other people to replace their prior bond with substances. Check what groups are in Oxfordshire to meet like-minded people.

What Can Happen If I Leave Rehab Early?

The decision to leave drug rehab in Oxfordshire early can be dangerous, but it is always an option. Leaving rehab too soon removes you from a supportive, drug-free environment, not to mention 24/7 health monitoring.

Your withdrawal symptoms can be fatal if you are not under medical supervision. Relapse is also more likely for patients who leave rehab too soon. If you are strong about leaving, speak to a counsellor or therapist about it before making a final decision.

Visit Our Centres For Free

In the next few days, we invite you the opportunity to view our drug and alcohol rehabs in Oxfordshire for yourself and without cost or obligation. This invitation is to ensure our treatments are suited to your particular tastes and expectations.

When you view our treatment clinic, we shall guide you around by showing you where you will sleep, showing you our fantastic on-site eating facilities and most critically, showing you our therapies as they take place.

We provide our clients with excellent facilities and we insist on employing only world-class therapists, all of whom have gained many years’ worth of experience in this specialist field of drug and alcohol addiction treatment.

Start Your New Life Today

Ready to step away from drugs & alcohol towards a better future? Contact our admissions team today on 0800 140 4690 to discuss your rehab options. Alternatively, you may contact us via our online contact form here.