Using specialised treatment plans that suit individual needs, Asana Lodge can provide the path towards long term recovery from addiction through the use of our unique evidence-based alcohol rehab programme.
What sets Asana Lodge apart from other alcohol rehab clinics is our unique treatment options that are the first of its kind in the UK.
Many clinics typically offer standardised treatment options as part of an alcohol rehab this may include an alcoholic detox, therapy and one to one counselling. We offer all this plus much more…..
Using the latest technology and research into the treatment of stress-related conditions we can provide unique insights and methods based on your behavioural patterns to implement incremental changes on how your brain reacts to certain scenarios which may trigger your addiction.
Call us today and find out what makes Asana Lodge unique from other treatment centres.
What is Alcohol Rehab?
Alcohol rehab is a treatment programme used to help addicted individuals to completely abstain from alcohol.
These programmes are most commonly carried out through residential rehab clinics which are specialised rehabilitation treatment facilities that best cater to programmes designed for long term addiction recovery.
Rehabilitation treatment provided at an alcohol rehab clinic typically includes a medically assisted detoxification.
Other forms of treatments and therapies typically provide includes Cognitive Behavioural Therapy (CBT), Group Therapy, One to One Counselling and Group Therapy.
Asana Lodge provides all of the above plus new other therapies and treatments that are the first of their kind in the UK (Read more about this below).
When would you need to go to Rehab?
Making the choice to go to rehab can often be a difficult decision to make for anyone contemplating it.
Knowing when you have a problem with alcoholism that needs the help of trained medical professionals can be potentially life-saving.
There are several questions that you can ask yourself to help determine whether you require rehab or not.
See below list of questions that you should consider before seeking admission into rehab:
- Do you always crave alcohol?
- Are you always thinking about the next drink?
- Do you often drink more than originally planned?
- Have you ever missed important events/obligations due to drinking?
- Have you ever been in danger due to alcohol?
- Has your drinking resulted in relationship breakdowns with family and friends?
- Do you suffer from constant health problems due to alcohol, both mental and physical?
- Do you suffer from withdrawal symptoms (i.e. headache’s and sweating) when you don’t drink for a while?
- Are you keeping your alcohol consumption a secret from people close to you?
- Do you have any control over your alcohol consumption?
Signs Of Alcohol Addiction
Alcohol addiction can be difficult to overcome without the right support, and our team at Asana Lodge are here to help you recover and start living life again.
If you become alcohol dependent, you may experience extreme mood-swings, cravings and withdrawal symptoms when you do not drink.
You may also find it challenging to cope with normal situations in life without resorting to alcohol to deal with stressful scenarios.
Everyone’s alcohol intake threshold is different, but those who abuse it often don’t realise how much they are drinking, and either try to conceal or deny it.
Symptoms Of Alcohol Addiction
If you are concerned that you or someone you love has alcohol addiction, look for the following symptoms.
- Dizziness/unsteady gait
- Shaking involuntarily
- Feeling hot and cold
- Red face
- Skin sores
- Increase in weight
We recognise that alcohol addiction can be very hard to come to terms with for both you and your family.
Any addiction takes over normal life and becomes destructive, resulting in the breakdown of relationships, job prospects and personal finances.
With the use of our stunning deluxe rehab centre in Towcester, Northamptonshire, we can help you beat your alcohol addiction for good and turn over a new leaf thanks to our outstanding facilities and world-class staff.
We are also highly experienced in helping people overcome mental health issues such as depression.
All too often, such issues arise as part of the cycle of addiction. When you stay with us, we will support you at every step of the way on your journey to recovery.
You are not alone, and you can recover from the problems you currently face thanks to our highly-trained team of counsellors, psychologists and addiction therapists.
We also focus on wellbeing too, and will investigate alternative therapies such as meditation to see if they can help you combat cravings.
What Should I Expect From Alcohol Rehab?
When you first have an assessment with us at Asana Lodge we will thoroughly discuss your needs and past alcohol abuse.
We will also talk about any underlying mental health conditions that you may have had or are currently experiencing, as this may contribute to your alcohol addiction and you may need additional assistance in overcoming these problems, too.
The evidence-based alcohol rehab programmes we offer include a range of successful techniques and therapies that can help you tackle the underlying root of your alcohol addiction.
Our clients are always our first priority, and we will consult with you at every stage of your care to ensure that you are happy and satisfied with your treatment.
We offer a personalised service and care plan for every client to ensure we are perfectly meeting their needs in a non-judgemental environment that gives them space, distance and clarity to achieve wellness and sustained recovery.
Alcohol rehab therapy at Asana Lodge generally means that you stay with us at our luxury facility for as long as we think is required for you to return to full health.
During your stay, you will undertake several intensive groups and individual therapy sessions involving evidence-based practices that will tackle the source of your addiction.
We embrace a range of therapies including 12-step work, cognitive behavioural therapy, family and individual speech therapy and group counselling.
We also encourage all clients to practice mindfulness because of its high success rate in aiding recovery.
The following is included at Asana Lodge as part of your alcohol rehab treatment with us:
- Free assessment and guidance (when you first make contact with us)
- Detox programmes under medical supervision (if required)
- Personal counselling and therapy
- Group therapy
- Family support
- Free aftercare for 1 year
Whether you are seeking treatment as an in-client or out-client, we can help at Asana Lodge and can adjust our care to meet your needs.
We will always give the best advice we can, based on your medical assessment and the severity of your addiction.
Alcohol Rehab Process
A typical alcohol rehab process involves several key stages being carried out, these stages provide the framework for alcohol addiction treatment although many clinics differ in how their processes are carried out and what type of treatments and therapies are offered.
See below four-stage alcohol rehab process that can be applied to the alcohol rehab programme carried out at our leading facility:
Stage 1 – Admission & Assessment
The first stage of alcohol rehab is admission and assessment, this is where the clinic will be able to determine the severity of your addiction and whether you are also suffering from co-occurring disorders such as depression and anxiety as well as addiction.
Assessments carried out at Asana Lodge includes a full medical examination as well as psychological assessment that is carried out by one of our on-site psychiatrists.
Upon completion of a full assessment, a personalised treatment plan will be put in place based on factors such as the severity of your addiction and whether you will need dual diagnosis treatment.
Stage 2 – Detoxification
The next stage of alcohol rehab involves detoxification. This is the process of safely removing all addictive substances from your body.
While undergoing alcohol detox you will most likely be kept under close supervision by our team. The reason for this is to monitor whether you are suffering from potentially harmful withdrawal symptoms as medication can be given to help alleviate any problems experienced.
Typically detoxifications can take up to 10 days depending on how severe the addiction is.
Stage 3 – Rehabilitation
Whereas detoxification is focused toward eliminating the physical side of your addiction, rehabilitation looks to solve the phycological part which is key to maintaining long term recovery.
This is achieved through the use of essential therapies and treatments like Cognitive Behavioural Therapy, Group Therapy, One to One Counselling, Meditation plus much more.
Therapies provided as part of our alcohol rehab programme are all designed to heal both the mind and body to best ensure that long term recovery is achieved.
Stage 4 – Aftercare
Most alcohol rehab programmes come with an aftercare programme. This involves regular check-ups carried out by the addiction recovery specialists at the clinic to track your progress and other advice on any obstacles experienced after treatment.
Rehab for Alcohol Addiction at Asana Lodge
It’s never easy to accept that you have an alcohol addiction. If you choose to stay with us at Asana Lodge, we will always treat you with discretion, respect and understanding.
Nestled in a stunning part of the UK countryside, our rehabilitation centre is the perfect place to recover without the distractions of everyday life. You’ll have the chance to calm your mind and focus on getting better.
Every client has their own private, ensuite room, which has been designed to offer a luxurious yet homely space all of your own.
Our trusted team offer round-the-clock care, and will use their expertise to give the best possible chance of long term recovery. Every member of staff has years of experience in treating alcohol addiction. Both formally and informally, we ensure you have access to a range of expertise during your stay.
Our treatments are revolutionary. We’ve invested in the latest technology, to offer a truly holistic approach to your care.
We offer support and help with various addictions as well as mental health issues such as anxiety and depression. Many clients who come to us often have underlying mental health issues at the root of their addiction, and we can help you to overcome these when you stay with us.
Get in touch with us today for advice and more information on our alcohol rehab services.
What are the main benefits of residential treatment?
Residential treatment is widely regarded as the most effective way to treat alcohol addiction but what are the main benefits of receiving rehab in a residential setting?
- Change of environment
One of the biggest factors in the development of addiction is the environment which individuals have become accustomed to. Removing yourself from this environment will result in removing all the cravings and potential triggers which can make quitting alcohol an impossible task.
Residential rehab involves developing healthy habits and routines that promote a more healthy lifestyle. Having such structures in place will help make you more productive and give more meaning to your life.
- Time to focus on you
Addiction can be brought on by many factors, by taking a step back and evaluating your life you can best determine what factors are contributing to your problem. This can be from stressed caused by your job or anything else, the important thing is that rehab gives you the time to reflect on this and decide how to handle the problems you are facing.
- Accountability and around the clock support
Having access to trained healthcare professionals means that you will have the support and accountability that is a crucial part of successful recovery.
- Being around like-minded individuals
Going through addiction recovery can be incredibly difficult for those who have not gone through the process before. When receiving alcohol rehab at a residential facility you will be surrounded by people who are either in the same position or have gone through the process before so can offer advice and encouragement that can be used towards your recovery.
What are the main goals of rehab treatment?
Effective rehab treatment providers often set goals for clients to follow so they can best keep track of their recovery. Typical goals include:
- Identifying and reducing the risk of addiction triggers
The biggest challenge after completion of rehab is being able to stay sober long after recovery is achieved. To deal with this effectively you must be able to fully understand your addictive behaviours so you can deal with certain scenarios and situations that may put you at risk of a relapse.
- Finding your purpose
Many individuals suffering from alcoholism have had breakdowns in relationships with friends and family, employment issues, financial worries all of which can be contributing to the further development of alcohol dependency. Making sure you have a clear goal on how to improve your professional and personal development can be key to resolving these types of issues.
- Learn to listen
Alcoholics often struggle to listen to advice, this is why many refuse treatment. To set yourself apart from these individuals you must listen to the advice provided by our team of health professionals as their extensive expertise and experience are key to your successful recovery.
CQC registered facility
All residential alcohol rehab clinics must be regulated by the Care Quality Commission (CQC) to provide treatment in the UK.
Asana Lodge provides treatment and standard of care that is fully in line with the standards set by the Care Quality Commission.
Regulations set in place by the CQC ensures that the environment you are receiving treatment it is completely safe and provides a high standard of care that should be expected as part of residential treatment.
Contact our team for more information.
What happens after Rehab?
Completion of rehab is not the end of your treatment as you will have access to 12 months aftercare which is included as standard when undertaking rehab at our facility.
Aftercare involves regular check-ups and meeting with our team to check on your progress and offer advice on any challenges you may have faced after leaving the clinic.
Alcohol Rehab FAQ’s
See below list of frequently asked questions we receive about the alcohol rehab programme we offer at our clinic.
If you have any more questions that have not been answered as part of our list of frequently asked question or in the above text then please feel free to give our team a call today.
What is the difference between inpatient treatment and outpatient treatment?
The different between inpatient and outpatient treatment is that inpatient treatment requires you to stay at a facility when receiving treatment whereas outpatient treatment does not have this requirement with treatment and therapy taking place in the daytime.
What form of treatment works best for addiction recovery?
The most proven treatment for addiction is inpatient/outpatient residential treatment. This is mainly due to the structured environment and around the clock, medical support individuals experience throughout a typical alcohol rehabilitation programme.
Do you provide outpatient treatment?
No, all addiction treatment programmes offered at our clinic are strictly provided on an inpatient basis.
A family member is suffering from addiction to alcohol, can you help?
Yes, we offer a family referral service which is specifically tailored for this.
How long does alcohol rehab last for?
The typical duration of an alcohol rehab programme is 28 days, this is also the duration that is most recommended by clinics as it is seen as individuals who go through this length of treatment tend to record higher success rates.
How much does alcohol rehab cost?
The cost of rehab is fully dependant on the severity of the addiction that needs treating, the duration of the problem, quality of care provided and if extended aftercare is needed. Get in touch with our admissions team for more information.
How can I help a loved one with rehab?
The best way to help a loved one through rehab is by being compassionate and supportive which will give them the motivation needed to get through the programme.