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Getting help in Oxfordshire

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.

These treatments take place at our ultra-modern rehab clinic located a few miles outside Oxford town centre in a rural and remote environment where ‘bad influences’ are simply non-existent.

An Invitation to explore drug and alcohol rehabs in Oxfordshire

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.

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.

The danger of ‘cheap’ treatment

Whilst our treatments may not be cheap, they are effective. In contrast, ‘cheap’ treatment is often ineffective. No matter how cheap treatment may be, if the treatment is ineffective, you’ve effectively wasted your time and money.

If your addiction is not correctly treated, you also prolong the physical and emotional consequences that related to drug and alcohol addiction.

The lack of ‘free’ treatments

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.

To learn more about payment options, contact our admissions team today on 0800 140 4690.

Ensuring our treatment is right for you

The requirement to invest your hard-earned money for effective treatment will likely motivate you to locate treatment that’s effective. You will also be eager to locate treatment that’s a good match to your perceived treatment goals.

To ensure you gain this confidence in our particular treatment, we invite you to view our Oxfordshire drug and alcohol rehabs in person.

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.

By the time your viewing has concluded, you will be able to say with certainty whether or not our treatment is right for you.

Specific treatments we offer

If you’ve attended a private rehab clinic in the past, you may be familiar with the therapies we employ. For the sake of certainty, we can tell you that we employ therapies that include cognitive behavioural therapy, psychotherapy and a range of holistic therapies.

For years, these therapies have assisted hundred’s 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.

A typical day when you attend our Oxfordshire rehab centre

When you attend our Oxfordshire rehab centre, you should expect to begin therapy early in the morning and finish your sessions late in the day. We provide over seven hours of therapy each day.

This ensures you receive the maximum amount of return when you choose to invest in treatment through Rehab 4 Addiction.

Addressing 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)

How long does a detox at an Oxfordshire drug and alcohol rehab last for?

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 drug and alcohol rehabs in Oxfordshire.

Medications to Facilitate the Detox Process

Currently, there are a variety of medicines which may aid the symptoms of withdrawal. These include euphoria blockers, 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 is 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 move forward with the tools you need to stay clear of drugs and alcohol in the future.

How to enquire about our services

We shall be glad to book your free viewing of our drug and alcohol rehabs in Oxfordshire. Ordinarily, this offer is not available due to privacy concerns for current patients, but for a limited amount of time, we invite you to view our centre when current patients are located elsewhere in our facility.

We are sure you will not miss out on this unusual and time-limed offer. Contact our admissions team today on 0800 140 4690 to avoid disappointment. Alternatively, you may contact us via our online contact form here.

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