Rehab 4 Addiction

Drug & Alcohol Rehab in Staveley

Here at Rehab 4 Addiction, we understand.

Many of our team members have experienced some form of addiction themselves in the past, and are now living in recovery. Because of this, we know better than anyone what it is you are going through at this difficult time, and we want to help.

We work with a huge network of rehabilitation centres and outpatient clinics across the country, which allows us to match your needs to the most suitable treatment option.

No person or addiction is the same, so we ensure that no treatment is either. With our help, you could be placed in a local drug and alcohol rehab in Staveley in no time and guided towards a full recovery by a bespoke treatment plan created just for you.

To talk to someone who understands, call us today on 0800 140 4690. Rehab 4 Addiction is a safe, judgement-free space, and all enquiries are dealt with swiftly and confidentially.

How to spot an addiction

It isn’t always easy to understand what it is you – or someone you know – is going through.

An addiction can manifest in so many different ways depending on the person, the substance or substances used, and the severity and length of the addiction.

For this reason, it can be difficult to diagnose yourself, especially when denial is a common factor amongst those struggling with addiction.

There are various signs and symptoms of addiction that can show up mentally, physically, and even socially. Below is a list of the most common signs to look out for if you believe you or a loved one is experiencing an addiction.

Mental symptoms

  • You are experiencing heightened symptoms of an existing mental health disorder such as depression or anxiety
  • You are more easily agitated, short-tempered and angry than usual
  • All you can think about is the substance you use, and when the next use will be
  • You are using the substance as a way to cope with, ignore or forget difficult feelings, people or events

Physical symptoms

  • Your tolerance for the substance has increased since your first use
  • Your tolerance for the substance continues to increase with each use, resulting in you having to up the dose each time in order to achieve the same desired effect
  • Your physical appearance has changed drastically
  • You have unexpectedly lost weight
  • You experience withdrawal symptoms when you have not used the substance for a short period of time, these can include nausea, headaches, fatigue, mood swings, muscle pain and dizziness

Social symptoms

  • You are more withdrawn in your social and work life than usual
  • You avoid social or work events that you normally wouldn’t, in order to use the substance
  • You avoid responsibilities in your social and work life you used to perform with no problem
  • You are hiding your use of the substance from loved ones
  • You are refusing help from loved ones, or lashing out at them when they express concern over your use of the substance
  • You have a secret stash of the substance hidden away somewhere

When to reach out

If you notice any of these symptoms in your life or that of a loved one, it may be time to get in contact with us today via 0800 140 4690.

Through the free-to-call helpline, we can discuss what you are experiencing and can help determine what your next steps should be.

Waiting to reach out can be extremely dangerous, and in some cases, even fatal. Though you may feel like you have your addiction under control, these situations can spiral quickly, so don’t hesitate.

It’s time to prioritise yourself and your recovery.

How we can help

We understand that dealing with a drug or alcohol addiction and facing the daily pressures of modern life is challenging enough, without also having to worry about finding suitable treatment at the same time.

This is where we can take over.

We work to narrow down your addiction treatment options by performing two simple and quick assessments of you during the admissions process.

These assessments evaluate your physical and mental health, and aspects of your addiction such as how long you have used for, what substance or substances you have used, and the severity of your addiction.

With this information, we can get to work finding and choosing the rehab centres that will be most suitable for you.

We also use this data to create a bespoke treatment plan with your needs in mind, which will accompany you throughout your stay in rehab and will keep you on track towards a successful recovery.

We will remain with you through the duration of your rehabilitation, and will never be far away if you need something.

Even when you eventually leave rehab, we will guide you through what to do and what not to do and will provide you with a detailed aftercare plan that will help you continue your improvement.

Call us today or fill in our online form to begin your recovery journey, and start your new life.

 

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