Rehab 4 Addiction

Drug and Alcohol Rehab in Hingham

Are you dependent on drugs and/or alcohol? In Norfolk, there were over 70 deaths relating to drug poisoning in 2020[1] – a number steady across the area for the past few years.

If you live in Hingham or the surrounding area and find your life heavily impacted by drugs and alcohol, then it may be time to seek help. Contact Rehab 4 Addiction to start your recovery journey today.

When you contact Rehab 4 Addiction – one of the UK’s leading forces in the face of addiction – your call will be taken by the most non-judgemental, friendly, and professional staff available.

Our team understand that this is one of the most challenging stages of rehabilitation, but it is necessary to start discussing your addiction before starting the recovery process.

Addiction is a non-discriminatory disease. Any individual can be caught in the cycle of addiction from something as simple as a seemingly safe recreational activity.

Regardless of how an individual’s addiction may have begun, Rehab 4 Addiction has a multitude of experiences when it comes to treating and aiding those afflicted.

Our specialist facilities and access to the most modern treatment programmes make our facilities the best environment available to rehabilitate from addiction.

If you are reading this webpage, then you or someone you know may be affected by addiction and are ready to seek the next steps. Admitting the problem is the first step of the process, and every stage after will build on this.

If you are researching on behalf of a loved one, Rehab 4 Addiction understands that this can be a difficult task. One simple call to our team can give you advice, assistance, and options for rehabilitation.

It takes one initial telephone consultation to be admitted to a rehabilitation centre.

Please do not hesitate to contact us if you feel like this may be the best option for yourself or someone you know.

When to seek help for an addiction

When someone is trapped in the cycle of addiction other life aspects may decline such as career performance, financial situation, and personal relationships.

Additionally, other associated problems such as depression or anxiety may also affect life quality.

For example, many people suffering from addiction may begin losing interest in their hobbies and other activities they used to take part in on an everyday basis.

Not only will this massively affect the lifestyle of the person addicted, but it may also severely deteriorate their mental wellbeing.

Those with addiction often report loneliness, isolation, and segregation when in the later stages of addiction.

Rehab 4 Addiction is available 24/7, no matter how serious or mild your issue may seem. At the lowest level, we are available for a quick chat about wellbeing.

At the opposite end of the spectrum, we are able to advise and admit you to rehab.

Contact us today to discuss any aspect of your addiction.

On a more serious note, addiction can cause a number of long-term physical issues as well as psychological issues.

Some of these physical issues include heart damage, infertility/impotence, strokes, cancer, and malnutrition.

If you have noticed any of these symptoms or behaviours in someone you love or in yourself, then it is of the utmost importance to seek help as soon as possible.

Even if this is as simple as calling Rehab 4 Addiction for a quick chat, we are ready to advise and assist in any way suitable.

Starting rehabilitation – detoxification

Overcoming addiction is not as simple as cutting off your consumption of the substance you are addicted to. In fact, this can have extremely dangerous consequences.

When a person chooses to carry out this method of going ‘cold turkey’ they are likely to undergo a series of withdrawal symptoms.

These symptoms differ across every individual, and not everyone is affected in the same way.

However, the process of detoxification is vital before any individual begins further rehabilitation.

Withdrawal symptoms present themselves in a range of forms. Some commons symptoms include anxiety, nausea and vomiting, paranoia, hallucinations, and headaches.

During detoxification in one of our centres, individuals are supervised by professional medical staff and assistance is available 24/7.

After detoxification, individuals are in a much better mindset and headspace in order to begin to next stages of rehabilitation including a range of modern, tested, and well-proven treatment programmes.

In almost all cases, detoxification is an essential and vital first stage of rehabilitation.

Contact Rehab 4 Addiction today at 0800 140 4690 to discuss detoxification or any other topic of addiction in more detail.

Therapies and treatment programmes available

Post-detox, once all the harmful chemicals and substances have been removed from the body, individuals are ready to move on with their rehabilitation journey.

Included in the range of treatments are:

Individual therapy – working one-to-one with a specialist addiction counsellor, you will talk about and begin to understand the origins of your addiction.

Knowing where addiction stems from can seriously aid your work later in rehabilitation.

Group therapy – similar to individual therapy, you will share and hear from others about their experiences with addiction.

This helps to build a support network throughout rehabilitation as well as after you leave a rehabilitation centre.

Cognitive behavioural therapy (CBT) – a combination of CBT and other techniques helps to rewire the way your brain thinks about and reacts to addiction and substance abuse.

This method of treatment is also incredibly effective for treating mental health issues that are often associated with addiction.

The treatments listed above are the most commonly practised programmes within rehab centres, but there are many other options available such as stress management and relapse prevention.

Entering a rehab centre is a big and difficult decision but rest assured that every process undertaken has the ultimate goal of treating your addiction, returning you to your life in Hingham, and reducing the risk of relapse in the future.

Contact us on 0800 140 4690 to discuss anything you have read or if you have any further questions.

  1. Office of National Statistics; Number of deaths related to drug poisoning, persons by local authority, England and Wales, registered in each year between 1993 and 2020


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