Rehab 4 Addiction

Drug and Alcohol Rehab in Putney

Despite the high number of celebrities opening about their addictions in recent years, many people still feel shame around addiction. You should never be embarrassed about taking the steps towards overcoming your drug, alcohol, or behavioural addiction.

You likely want a better life, or you wouldn’t be here reading this article.

With drug and alcohol abuse quickly turning into a nationwide problem, it results in a massive adverse effect on families and societies, tearing relationships apart, ruining finances, and imploding careers. [1] [2]

When is the Time for Rehab?

Is your life turned upside down by addiction? Has your relationships, work and finances been affected by your compulsion? If you answered yes, and addiction has begun to impact your life severely, it might be the right time for rehab.

Indeed, you’re reading this now, which suggests you’ve come to accept that you have a drug or alcohol problem.

Accepting that you might have a problem is the first and arguably most important step in realising the time’s right for seeking professional help to overcome your addiction.

However, regardless of the timing, you must ensure you are psychologically prepared for the commitment needed for rehab to achieve sobriety and healthier life.

No matter your current commitment to achieving sobriety, there will be times when your motivation or commitment may waver.

These times can hit you in the face unexpectedly, and at those times, you’ll need to ramp up the effort to keep on track. Unfortunately, your recovery is in your own hands; there’s no magic cure for addiction.

However, you won’t be doing this alone, with rehabilitation centres nationwide giving you all the help you need to beat your addiction. These rehab centres and skilled medical staff will help you battle the feelings of doubt that will plague your recovery journey.

Rehab 4 Addiction, in particular, sets you up with all the sobriety tools you need to combat powerful addiction cravings and stresses which may knock you off track.

Drug and Alcohol Rehab in Putney

Does getting some professional help on your recovery journey sound good to you? If so, Rehab 4 Addiction can walk with you on your path to recovery with our professional drug and alcohol treatments in Putney.

Put yourself in our capable hands as we find you the right centre in the right area that can suit your needs.

Our treatments are so valuable because we genuinely understand the individuality of our patients. One person’s addiction battle will undoubtedly be different from another, with a different set of challenges and issues.

As no two people are the same, neither are two rehab centres. For this reason, we will work with you to find an addiction treatment centre in Putney or the broader area, with the right combination of treatments and facilities to give you the best chance of life-long sobriety.

Why Choosing Residential Rehab is the Right Choice

As times and attitudes have progressed, so have patients’ needs for drug and alcohol addiction treatments. The modern patient needs also results in adaptations to the treatment facilities at private rehab treatment centres.

As a result, these drug and alcohol treatment centres, once known to be expensive and exclusive centres only available to the wealthy, have changed drastically.

No longer are addictions centres only available to the wealthy. Still, with a vast array of budgets available from our addiction treatment centres in Putney and nationwide, you’ll have access to professional and successful drug and alcohol treatments available to suit your budgets.

No matter the price you pay, one thing we can guarantee is that you’ll receive excellent value for money at our Rehab Centres in Putney, in comparison to other centres not run by Rehab 4 Addiction.

Some of the top-quality treatments you’ll receive with us include:

Safe Withdrawal with Medically Managed Detox: The treatment programme’s first and most crucial goal is to remove drugs and alcohol from your system. This purging is essential to cleanse your body before continuing with the rest of your treatments.

The detox programme is renowned for being unpleasant, with psychological and physical symptoms putting many people off. So, it’s no surprise people are wary of signing up for drug or alcohol detox.

This fear is entirely natural, but our medically supervised detox clinics can help you get past this.

The withdrawal symptoms of detox, particularly alcohol withdrawal, resulting in some seriously uncomfortable and potentially dangerous symptoms.

These detox symptoms include:

  • Insomnia
  • Extreme nausea
  • Blood pressure fluctuations
  • Hallucinations
  • And delirium.

However, detox doesn’t need to be so difficult. Joining a rehab programme with Rehab 4 Addiction means you can go through detoxification more comfortably and safely than otherwise possible. [3]

With highly skilled and professional staff at your fingertips, you’ll be closely monitored and given appropriate medication to reduce the uncomfortable effects of withdrawal.

Going through medically managed detox means you can safely be ready for the next step of the process.

The Next Steps in Recovery

Below, we list three next steps to assist you on your road to recovery:

1. Cognitive Behavioural Therapy (CBT)

Cognitive behavioural therapy (CBT) is a popular form of talking therapy that allows patients to restructure their brain’s chemistry when confronted with addiction. Using CBT therapy towards the triggers and stressors that usually result in addiction habits allows your brain to respond positively.

Thus, CBT helps us to encourage more healthy, positive habits than negative, addiction inducing patterns, making it easier to stick with long-term recovery. [4]

2. One-To-One Sessions and Group Therapy Sessions

Sharing your experiences with those that have walked in your shoes, who can relate to you, in the presence of a trained therapist can be so empowering.

Benefiting from group therapy sessions at Rehab 4 Addiction is another powerful way to achieve sobriety, as both one-on-one and group sessions allow you to get to the root cause of your addiction.

Confronting addiction triggers, stresses, root causes etc., can be extremely difficult, but utilising both kinds of therapies make it easier for you to get to the bottom of your addiction and stay on the path to recovery for life.

Sufficient access to therapists through one-on-one and group therapy is a vital part of the recovery process and something you’ll get with your stay at Rehab 4 Addiction.

3. Alternative Therapies

Focussing on managing stress and encouraging wellness through alternative therapies should never be ignored as part of an addiction treatment programme. Stress can be detrimental to anyone trying to achieve recovery and can be a huge factor in developing an addiction.

At Rehab 4 Addiction, you can learn to manage your stress through beneficial stress management therapies such as mindfulness, meditation, exercise, yoga, equine therapy, and art therapy, to name but a few.

Relapse Prevention Through Our 12-Month Aftercare Programme

You should never be allowed to leave a rehab centre without a relapse prevention programme that empowers you with the ability to remain sober for life.

At Rehab 4 Addiction, we provide you with a complete 12-month aftercare programme that will give you all the tools and support networks you need for life-long sobriety.

In addition, this relapse prevention training allows you to identify triggers to develop better coping mechanisms.

Combining both physical and psychological treatments is a well-established method to tackling addiction in the long term. Therefore, we make sure you get this opportunity with the recommended combination of treatments.

Change Your Life Today

Whether you’re concerned about yourself or the worrying addiction of a loved one, we are only a phone call away. So to start the rest of your life, call us today on 0800 140 4690.

You’re also welcome to contact us using the contact us form on our website.

  1. https://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pmc/articles/PMC3307043/
  2. https://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pmc/articles/PMC5525418/
  3. https://www.healthdirect.gov.au/addiction-withdrawal-symptoms
  4. https://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pmc/articles/PMC5797481/

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