Rehab 4 Addiction

Drug and Alcohol Rehab in Whitby

There is a lot of misleading information on the internet at the moment today, especially surrounding addiction.

At the moment, there is a plethora of websites and businesses that promise to ‘cure’ addiction.

They claim that they have the answer to putting you on the right track by offering you free or cheap methods that you can do at home, such as an at-home detox kit.

However, we at Rehab 4 Addiction, located in Whitby, understand that that’s simply not true. Addiction is complicated, it is labelled as a mental illness because of the way it affects the chemicals in your brain.

Because of this, it requires serious medical help and advice. Quick and cheap detox kits are not the answer, in fact, these are actually very harmful, and can end up harming you far more than they can help you.

So Where Do You Go For Genuine Help?

The best place to go for genuine help would be rehab. It’s known, globally, as the number one answer to addiction.

It has the highest rates of recovery as it helps to tackle your mental and physical health, get to the core of why/how your addiction started, and offer ongoing support throughout your recovery journey.

At Rehab 4 Addiction, we promise to find the best rehab in Whitby for you and your symptoms.

All you have to do is call us up and we’ll conduct a simple assessment to understand your symptoms, once we’ve verified the severity of your addiction, you’ll immediately be seen to.

We understand how severe addiction can impact your health and your life. This is why we will always recommend that as soon as you recognise a problem it’s important that you seek help immediately.

The longer you wait to seek help the more havoc addiction may reek on your life.

Inpatient/Outpatient?

Attending rehab in Whitby is seen as a wonderful opportunity to regain control over your life. You’ll be given around the clock care in a safe, clean, inviting environment where you will be completely taken care of.

Your meals will be organised for you, you’ll be provided with relaxing facilities that centre around your mental and physical health such as spa treatments, gym gear and musical instruments etc.

Your rehab in Whitby will also be located in a beautiful, green area outside of the hustle and bustle of the city.

All of this ensures that your main focus will be on your healing, and your healing only. Things that would normally be a distraction every day is completely taken away.

This is also seen as a wonderful opportunity to step away from unsupportive people that don’t encourage your healing, or triggering environments that make rehabilitation that much harder.

This is what comes with being an inpatient. You’ll be provided with structure, targets and goals.

Of course, you can become an outpatient if you’d prefer, but this is very rarely recommended.

As an outpatient, you’ll still be supported and you’ll still be able to receive treatment, however, you will still have to take care of yourself when you return back home, you’ll still be surrounded by your busy life, and you won’t be given around the clock care.

Going back and forth between home, work and rehab can be very overwhelming and exhausting.

Especially because rehab includes therapy which can mean looking over your past and traumatic times in it, which can be very draining and may be intense for some.

For some people, they would prefer to be an outpatient for reasons such as work, or comfort, which is understandable.

However, in order to see true results, we recommend that you become an inpatient so that you’re given a space to focus on yourself and your health only.

You’re given the space to feel all that you need to without needing to be ‘strong’ when you go back to work or home.

The Importance of Seeking Help

As we’ve already stated, the longer you wait to seek help, the worse the effects on your mental and physical health will be.

Addiction can cause serious physical health problems such as:

  • Lung disease
  • Cancer
  • Skin problems
  • Strokes
  • Respiratory Failure
  • Brain Seizures
  • Increased heart-rate/blood pressure

And these are only some of the physical symptoms. The mental symptoms are:

  • Depression
  • Anxiety
  • Paranoia
  • Hallucinations
  • Aggression

These symptoms are unpleasant and can be very overwhelming for someone to go through, and as addiction can continue, these symptoms can lead to death.

This is why we, at Rehab 4 Addiction, want to nip addiction in the bud as soon as we possibly can, before it can get any worse.

The sooner you notice a problem, the better it will be. However, don’t think that this means that you’re ‘too far gone’ to receive help if you already have some of these symptoms or you’ve been struggling with an addiction for a while.

We at Rehab 4 Addiction are eager to help everyone that we possibly can, no matter how long you’ve been dealing with addiction.

So with this in mind, please do call us as soon as you can to start the journey to your better life.

Call us today on 0800 140 4690

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