Rehab 4 Addiction

Rehab 4 Addiction offers drug and alcohol rehab in East Sussex. We offer drug and alcohol addiction intervention meetings with family members concerned.

Drug and alcohol rehabs in East Sussex employ highly skilled medical professionals including doctors, psychiatric nurses, therapists, dietitians, psychiatrists and counsellors.

Drug and alcohol rehab in East Sussex is residential in nature meaning you live in the rehab clinic for around 10 days to 28 days.

This means we work with Alcoholics Anonymous, Narcotics Anonymous and SMART Recovery in the East Sussex area. Such groups support you once you leave the rehab clinic and return home.

We treat a range of substance and behavioural addictions in the East Sussex area. We treat patients with severe to mild conditions of addiction.

Before patients are admitted into a rehabilitation centre they must first undergo a thorough assessment from a clinical psychiatrist. This ensures treatment is tailored in meeting patients’ needs.

A ‘personalised care plan’ is then drawn up and implemented during the course of the rehab treatment programme.

Rehab 4 Addiction offers a variety of drug and alcohol rehabs in South East England, including London, Surrey, Berkshire, Buckinghamshire, Kent, East Sussex, West Sussex, Hampshire, Oxfordshire, and Brighton.

Do I Need to Go to Rehab?

This is not a question that can or should be asked or answered lightly.

Although many people may meet the criteria for alcohol abuse, not everyone may be as affected by their drinking habits. Therefore getting help is only a step you can choose to take yourself.

Below we have listed 5 top signs indicating that you should seek assistance from a private facility:

  1. Drugs/ alcohol is the most important thing in your life
  2. Your substance misuse is affecting your health
  3. A significantly higher dose of alcohol/ drugs is needed to feel the same effects
  4. You are struggling with a mental illness or other condition
  5. Quitting on your own doesn’t work, despite several attempts

Why Addiction Is An Illness

One of the biggest misconceptions regarding drug abuse is that people become addicts due to a lack of will power, strength or morals. Many are ignorant enough to believe that the quitting process for a user is simple, and chastise them for not doing so.

This view is wrong because drug addiction is an illness which requires medical assistance and professional treatment.

The complex reaction by the brain to the drug is what makes addiction so easy to fall into and so difficult to recover from. Most drugs overwhelm the brain with the concept of a ‘reward pathway’ – brought on by a potent release of Dopamine.

Dopamine is responsible for controlling the body’s ability to feel pleasure; urging a person to repeat the behaviour needed to bring about this emotion.

The more the drug is consumed, the less the brain produces excess Dopamine; this process is known as developing a ‘tolerance’ – causing users to ingest more of the drug in the attempt to reconstruct the initial high.

When you attend drug and alcohol rehab in East Sussex, you will attend workshops that will help you better understand why your addiction is an illness. This means you will also be armed with techniques to help you control your illness using effective behavioural techniques.

How much does rehab cost?

The price of drug and alcohol rehab varies depending upon the centres you select, the amount of time you stay at the rehab and whether you opt to sleep in a single or multiple occupancy room. Fortunately, there are a range of options.

If you opt for a 10-day detox with a single occupancy room, then prices range from £3,000-£6,000. Prices for a multi-occupancy room vary from £2,000-£4,000.

If you wish to stay at rehab for 28-days, then expect to pay around £8,000-£12,000 for a single occupancy room, or around £6,000 for a multi-occupancy room. If you wish to undergo a home detox, then you may save money, but you will not be shielded from temptations.

However, home detoxes do work for many people. Expect to pay around £1,500 for a home detox. We may inform you of exact prices of rehabs in your local area. Please contact our helpline today for more information.

Why Is Drug and Alcohol Addiction So Common?

External factors are key to understanding addiction; many fall into these addictive patterns because they are psychologically vulnerable. However, others use drugs as a distraction or for social means.

Whatever the reason, drug and alcohol abuse is widespread and should be regarded as an illness. It is only within this context that society can understand and seek to help those that are suffering.

Risk Factors

No one can predict who will become addicted. There are several factors that might offer some insight into who may be at a greater risk. Some of those include:

  • Genetics
  • Environmental factors
  • Age and social development

As with most things, behaviour is largely a function of environment and genetics. Those that are susceptible to addiction due to genetics factors may require shorter exposure to lead to addiction problems.

There is no ‘cure’ for addiction; much like heart diseases and diabetes, drug addiction is treatable and can be managed. The key to recovery is to reach out for professional help. Combining a strong support network and the right course of treatment makes recovery possible.

It is also about being in the right place to want help. It is incredibly difficult to stop someone using drugs, alcohol, or acting out any other addiction if they don’t want to stop; some would say difficult.

Many believe that they cannot beat their addiction, and so will never try unless supported and encouraged by those that are close to them.

But drug and alcohol abuse is not a choice. Few people consciously sit down and decide to become addicts. It is a trap that people fall into when they let their guard down, and the psychological dependence that ensures create a new homeostatic norm that becomes their cage.

Attending a drug and alcohol rehab in East Sussex is a highly effective way to release yourself from this cage.

What Are My Treatment Options?

Everyone is different when it comes to alcoholism, and what works for some may not work for others, and some treatment options may be a better decision than the rest.

For this reason, our rehabs in East Sussex have many options which those struggling with this illness may avail of, such as:

Why Choose Inpatient Care?

One potent option to help the patient reach sobriety is inpatient care. Inpatient care is patient-focused and is essential to those who have developed a physical addiction to alcohol.

Patient monitoring is essential, especially in detox situations, for which inpatient care is an effective option to consider. When detoxing, it is of great advantage to the patient to have support and access to medical staff to deal with any problems that may arise from the detox process.

At Rehab 4 Addiction, we strongly recommend that you choose residential rehab services. Living within a clinic during your treatment programme means that you will be completely removed from temptation, allowing you to focus on quitting drink and drugs for good.

Plus, because you’ll receive 24/7 care and support from a team of qualified and experienced medical professionals, including psychiatrists and psychotherapists, you’re much more likely to make a full recovery.

Types of Therapy In Rehab

There are a number of therapies available for patients suffering from alcoholism and drug addiction at our East Sussex rehab facilities. Therefore, each treatment contains its own redeeming qualities, and a treatment plan should be fully suited around the individual needs of the patient.

These therapies include:

Twelve-step programs, such as Alcoholics Anonymous, are proven to be one of the most effective ways of treating addiction and getting a real value for life free of alcohol and drugs.

Though a daunting prospect, the members of 12 step programs are not doctors or counselors, they are fellow addicts. They have the strength and experience to help those in similar situations to themselves.

Most 12 step programs also run a separate meeting for friends and families of those suffering from alcoholism.

Group therapy is also an extremely beneficial way to overcome and beat your alcohol dependence. Meeting like-minded people, who share some of the issues you may be facing in life, is an excellent way to beat the stigma around alcohol and drug abuse, and support others while they support you in recovery.

Alcoholism and drug abuse can manifest itself in many forms. Sometimes, full inpatient treatment is not necessary, and a rehab day program, for those lucky enough to catch their addiction before it gets to the stage where they would require inpatient treatment and detox, is a great option.

It is important to remember that all of these resources are available to help you recover, but recovery must start with a conscious decision to regain your freedom from the shackles of addiction.

Self-care involves being aware of your own needs, and putting your sobriety above everything else. It also means taking the time to do things that are important to you, and being kind and nurturing to yourself in all aspects such as health, diet, sleep, emotions, and relationships.

These therapy options possess their own strengths and weaknesses and should not be thought of as mandatory, as some may work for you, while some may not. The right way of approaching therapy is to have an open mind and try a few things out while trying to find what suits your needs.

A Timeline of Drug & Alcohol Rehab in East Sussex

A typical timeline of drug and alcohol rehab in East Sussex include:

The duration of treatment is dictated by the severity and nature of addiction. Because of this, treatment for alcohol and opiate-based drug addictions typically take longer than treatment for cocaine and cannabis addiction.

What Happens During Inpatient Detox?

Alcohol and similar drugs are what is known as physically addictive. In layman’s terms, this means your body becomes adapted to the effects of alcohol over a long period of time.

When alcohol is removed from the patients’ system, they may suffer side effects as a result of their body returning to its usual functions.

Common withdrawal symptoms of detoxing may include:

Detox is a very emotional and stressful time for a patient, which makes inpatient treatment that much more of an advantage when detoxing from heavy alcohol or substance abuse.

How to Prepare for Inpatient Care

Inpatient care, although daunting, is critical and can be a massive benefit to a recovering alcoholic or drug addict. Preparation should be mainly mental, and one should not worry too much about how their treatment will go.

Patient comfort and wellness are fundamental and treatment suits each individual patient. Because of this, on your referral to one of our facilities, we will provide you with all the necessary information to help you prepare for that specific programme.

We advise enlisting the help of a friend or relative to sit down and go through all external factors with you, such as arranging childcare or postponing important social obligations. We also advise informing your employer – or if you want to keep your rehab programme private, make alternative work arrangements.

Addiction Aftercare In East Sussex

Once you leave the care of the team at the East Sussex drug and alcohol rehabs, you’ll continue to participate in group therapy sessions on an outpatient basis.

Attending these sessions will make it much less likely that you’ll relapse once you return to your familiar surroundings, helping you remain clean and sober for good.

Winning the battle with drink and drugs is tough, but with the help of an experienced team of addiction experts, you stand an excellent chance. At Rehab 4 Addiction, we can provide you with further information about addiction aftercare in East Sussex.

Contacting Rehab 4 Addiction

Rehabilitation takes place in a relaxed atmosphere. You gain access to luxury and private facilities. Staff are friendly and some are former addicts now living in recovery.

Rehab 4 Addiction officers a range of addiction treatments in Sussex, including Hastings, Eastbourne and Brighton.

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Start your new life today by calling us on 0800 140 4690 or by submitting an enquiry form.

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