Rehab 4 Addiction

Sadly, addiction still has a stigma and negative stereotypes attached to it. It can cause extreme feelings of shame that make people scared to speak out about their problems. This shouldn’t be the case.

Addiction is a complex disease that can have harmful consequences not only on the struggling individual but on their family members and friends.

Many people struggle to understand why or how addiction happens and simply believe that those who use drugs or alcohol have weak morals and choose to not stop. An addiction to drugs and alcohol can change the brain in a variety of ways and makes stopping seem impossible.

At Rehab 4 Addiction we understand the complexities surrounding addiction and are here to offer advice and support for you or if you are concerned for someone in your life. We can refer you to a rehab clinic in Rugeley in Staffordshire, so you don’t have to spend time searching for the best type of treatment.

Treating addiction in the Rugeley area

By calling us on 0800 140 4690 we can begin to help you on your road to recovery. Many people think of addiction as a psychological issue as opposed to a physical one.

Not only is your mind affected but your body is too. To help this we can offer detoxification programmes as well as rehabilitation programmes to get you back on your feet. Each person suffers in different ways and no two addictions look the same. By offering you tailored treatment we can enable you to begin long-term recovery today.

Our rehabilitation treatment involves regaining your confidence physically and psychologically, enabling you to look toward a positive future free from substance use.

To do this we offer counselling and therapy, so you can disclose details about your addiction you may not have spoken out about before. Our staff is professional and non-judgemental at all times meaning we can offer around the clock care.

Detoxing involves the removal of toxic substances from the body. There is certainly stigma attached to this process as it is what many associate with rehab, but there is no need to feel ashamed about needing medical assistance.

Although detoxing can provide the first steps into recovery and allow the body to get back to its normal state, it is known for causing discomfort and sickness. With this in mind, you must be willing to commit to treatment to get better.

We don’t want you to feel anxious or worried at the prospect of detox treatment. We know it can feel scary, but we offer everything in our power to make treatment as smooth as possible for our clients. If you are struggling at any time our medical staff can prescribe treatment if needed.

Now you are aware of the treatment we offer it is important to evaluate if you believe that you or someone you know needs professional help for an addiction.

Denial can be the first step towards acknowledging addiction as you may believe that what you are suffering from isn’t a huge problem. It is important to acknowledge your addiction as soon as possible, if you continue to let it advance it can become fatal.

We understand that admitting you have an addiction often sounds easier than it is, but we can offer you support during this difficult time.

How can I tell if a loved one is struggling with addiction?

There are many ways to identify if someone you know is battling an addiction and it is important to intervene as soon as possible. Here are a few ways you can spot an addiction.

With drugs, there are many ways to suspect someone is addicted. Most prominently are the psychological changes that appear. Their personality and mood can change as they become obsessed with the particular substance they’re addicted to.

You may notice extreme feelings of sadness and despair followed by bursts of euphoria as the brain rapidly changes due to the chemical process after administering drugs.

Their physical appearance can also change, and they may struggle to maintain personal hygiene levels if the addiction is severe. A person’s senses can become seriously impaired by substance abuse meaning they struggle to see, hear, and speak. Another big signifier of drug addiction is rapid weight gain or weight loss.

Quick weight loss could be attributed to cocaine or heroin use and weight gain points towards excessive cannabis use. If someone you know and love is struggling with basic movement and functions, it may be time to consider they are struggling with drug addiction.

Drinking is much more normalised, especially in British culture, so it can be harder to spot the signs of addiction. Is your loved one unable to go a day without drinking? Do they drink at all times? Have they recently lost a job or are struggling with financial difficulty?

Alcohol acts as a depressant and can heavily affect the user’s feelings and emotions. This can dangerously lead to accidents as their judgement is impaired. If you know someone who displays a need for alcohol at all times it is indicative of addiction, and they must receive help.

What’re the next steps?

The next steps are crucial, and you must get in contact with us immediately to discuss further treatment. During our call, we can evaluate the severity of the addiction in question and process a referral to a rehab treatment centre in Rugeley.

By choosing to go through Rehab 4 Addiction we can take the difficulty out of trying to find a place in a local treatment centre. Drug and alcohol addictions can be life-threatening, so make that change today and take back control.

If you are worried about your drug or alcohol use but don’t think you are suffering from an addiction it is still important to reach out and get in touch. We can offer free and confidential advice at all times and want you to feel listened to and supported.

Call Rehab 4 Addiction today on 0800 140 4690 or fill in the enquiry form.

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