Rehab 4 Addiction

Are you based in West Bridgford and suffering from substance abuse or addiction? Are you hoping to receive free NHS treatment for your drug or alcohol addiction? At Rehab 4 Addiction in West Bridgford or elsewhere in Nottinghamshire, we understand that taking the first step is hard.

Looking for the right drug & alcohol rehab in your local area of West Bridgford can feel like a daunting task, but we believe no one should go it alone. Rehab 4 Addiction is here to guide you on the right pathway to recovery.

Whether that be through detoxification from home as an outpatient or staying at our local drug & alcohol rehab in West Bridgford, we’re on hand to support you right the way through.

For years we have witnessed the effects of drug & alcohol rehab for people of all ages and many different walks of life. We’re here to help you find the right centre in the best location for you in West Bridgford.

At Rehab 4 Addiction in West Bridgford we believe that detoxing the body from the physical effects of drug or alcohol addiction is merely the first step.

Understanding the disease and working through the psychological connection is the best way to secure a full recovery and prevent further relapse in the future.

With this in mind, whether you are just noticing signs of substance abuse or really ready for a full rehabilitation we are just a simple phone call away. So, if you’re serious about making a change and alleviating the mental and physical pains of addiction, give us a short call today so we can assess your severity and set you on the right path.

What does drug addiction look like?

There are four known stages of addiction. Drug addiction is not an innate craving for humans. Often times, the first use is voluntary, but we also recognise the external factors, such as peer pressure or coercion from a partner or friend.

This is known as the experimentation phase. No one sets out to become addicted, however, the next stage is a critical factor. Regular use and abusing the drug can catapult into addiction. Something that may have once been considered recreational or temporary has now become a lifestyle.

Stage three is where dependency takes over, and tolerance becomes higher, leading to using more than a regular consumption and this leads to stage four – full addiction. Although this spiral may seem easy to fall into, at Rehab 4 Addiction in West Bridgford we understand the importance of reversing the process and this is why we’d like to offer a final stage – detox, treatment and recovery.

Why choose Rehab 4 Addiction in West Bridgford?

At Rehab 4 Addiction, we know that addiction is different for everyone. We understand the pains and mental stresses that come along with drug misuse.

We’re here to not only detoxify the body from the substance of choice, but set you on a better path by reaching the root of the problem and solving the addiction both physically and mentally.

Addiction is a disease and without treatment it can spiral into a much more damaging lifestyle for yourself and those around you.

Understanding your triggers and unsafe environments is the best way to combat relapse in the future. Avoiding certain people who may be a catalyst for the addiction, or particular places where the drug may be easily accessible is just one instance where we can work together on change to create a better lifestyle for both yourself and those around you.

At Rehab 4 Addiction we also like to focus on rebuilding relationships and building better bonds in the future for those whose social abilities have declined since their spiral. We will help you change all aspects of your life and not just the physical effects of the addiction.

What is substance abuse?

Substance abuse is often overlooked; however, the long-lasting effects can spiral into addiction or worse. It shouldn’t be taken lightly. Substance abuse or misuse is when a person becomes dependant on a drug, legal or illegal, due to the mind-altering effects. This can be from tobacco, alcohol, illegal substances, over the counter or prescribed drugs.

Taking drugs for a non-medical reason, taking prescribed medications meant for someone else or taking extra doses higher than prescribed are all forms of substance abuse. It is the mind-altering effects of such drugs that can lead to addiction and dependency.

Some signs you may be misusing or abusing substances without properly noticing are an irregular sleeping patter, feeling withdrawn from people or social situations, having problems at work or with family, switching quickly from feeling good to bad, or stopping taking care of yourself.

These are the signals to look out for and if noticed please seek help as soon as possible as this is where addiction can set in and the effects before severe.

What does alcoholism look like?

Alcoholism is one of the most common forms of addiction in the UK and unfortunately, one which is overlooked by the afflicted. The social aspect of drinking alcohol has become more and more prevalent with the consumption of alcohol more than doubling since the 50’s.

However, only a small percentage of alcoholics recognise their affliction and reach out for help due to the normalisation of the drinking.

At Rehab 4 Addiction we want to help you recognise these traits and reach out before it’s too late. Some signs and symptoms of alcoholism can include sweating, hand tremors, sleep problems, restlessness, hallucinations, nausea and vomiting as well as anxiety and depression setting in.

Symptoms can be so severe that your ability to function socially or at work can become terribly impaired. This is why you should seek help as soon as physically noticeable. Alcoholism is a disease and needs to be treated right away before lasting mental and physical damage can occur.

What is drug & alcohol rehab in West Bridgford?

Here at Rehab 4 Addiction in West Bridgford we are dedicated to noticing, solving and supporting people with a plethora of drug or alcohol misuse problems.

We’re here with a top team of specialists to ensure the root of the problem is solved and not just the physical side effects. This is why we offer such a range of treatments and we tailor them specifically to your needs and affliction.

We offer alternative therapies for those who also suffer with speaking out or expressing emotions in a one-to-one setting. We have on hand trained specialists in psychotherapy, counselling, equine therapy, art therapy and more. Alongside a strong community of support groups.

We believe that going ‘cold turkey’ is not the only option and that going it alone should never be an option. At Rehab 4 Addiction in West Bridgford we’re dedicated to tailored treatment to solve your addictions and prevent relapse going forward.

For your first free and confidential assessment, please call us on 0800 140 4690 where we can assess your affliction and map out a programme tailored to you.

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