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We Have Support For A Wide Range Of Drug Addictions
Across the United Kingdom, more than 3.2 million people consume drugs at least once a year.
While drugs such as Cannabis, Cocaine, Ecstasy (MDMA), Ketamine and Amphetamine drugs are among those commonly used, an increase in the number of people using, abusing and developing other drug addictions has been noted.
Drugs Are Categorised Based On Their Effects
Worldwide, drugs are categorised based on the effects they have on users. Although there are many categories that drugs essentially fit into, we have outlined the seven most common categories of drugs below.
Alcohol, Sleeping Pills, Valium, Xanax, and Benzodiazepines are among the most widely abused depressant drugs in the United Kingdom. These drugs slow brain function and are often used to combat symptoms associated with mental health disorders.
Cocaine, Crystal Meth, Crack Cocaine, Amphetamines and Adderall are all considered to be Stimulant drugs. These particular drugs increase activity within the brain, leaving many feeling more energetic.
Hallucinogen drugs such as LSD and Ecstasy (MDMA) significantly distort an individual’s perception of reality. Often used to escape reality, these particular drugs are usually consumed recreationally before leading to an addiction.
Dissociative drugs alter a user’s perceptions and have a profound effect on the brain. In the United Kingdom, Ketamine, DXM (dextromethorphan) and PCP (phencyclidine) are among the Dissociative drugs used.
Cannabinoid drugs include Cannabis, Medical Cannabis, and Synthetic Cannabis. One of the most commonly used and abused drugs, at least 29.6% of adults in England and Wales use Cannabinoids at least once in their lifetime.
Prescription drugs that combat severe pain, such as Morphine, Fentanyl, and Tramadol, are all classed as Opioid drugs.
Legal highs are psychoactive drugs that mimic the side effects, euphoria and high that illegal drugs provide. Class C drugs, legal highs include Spice, GBL and GHB.
Types Of Drug Addictions Treated At Asana Lodge
To ensure that treatment can be secured for all drug addictions, we cater to a wide range of addiction types here at Asana Lodge.
In addition to providing treatment for the above, we also treat the following drug addictions;
- Adderall addictions
- Ambien addictions
- Amphetamine addictions
- Amytal addictions
- Crystal meth addictions
- Depressant addictions
- Dexedrine addictions
- Diazepam/Valium addictions
- GHB/GBL addictions
- Hallucinogen addictions
- Ketamine addictions
- Legal high addictions
- Lunesta addictions
- Methadone addictions
- Prescription drug addictions
- Sleeping pill addictions
- Sonata addictions
- Stimulant addictions
- Temazepam addictions
- Tramadol addictions
- Restoril addictions
Treatment For Other Drug Addictions
However, given that more than 3.2 million people use drugs, the number of people securing treatment and entering a rehabilitation centre remains somewhat minimal.
In some instances, those struggling with addictions defer treatment due to living in denial. However, many delay securing treatment as limited information is available to inform those struggling with other drug addictions of their treatment options.
Here at Asana Lodge, we are entirely transparent about the treatment available at our residential rehab for other drug addictions. Below, we have shared just a number of the treatments we administer for other drug addictions on a daily basis.
When treatment for other drug addictions, including those noted above, commences, detoxification is administered. Drug detoxification at our rehab sees our client’s progress through a personalised drug detox programme.
As the withdrawal process is initiated, harmful toxins that have been administered throughout an addiction are removed from the brain and body.
Drug rehabilitation plays a significant role in an individual’s ability to maintain sobriety, which is why our drug rehab programmes are also tailored to the personal needs of each of our clients.
Typically, rehabilitation encourages those struggling with other drug addictions to understand the cause of their addiction.
Through the employment of psychological and well-being therapy, those in recovery have the tools they need to change their mindset for the better.
Although treatment is typically administered within our residential rehab, we continue to support our clients in the weeks, months and years following their drug addiction treatment with aftercare support.
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Asana Lodge is a leading UK based expert in Private Drug and Alcohol Rehabilitation Treatment. Find out how we can help by getting in touch with our friendly team today.
Contact Us Today To Discuss Treatment For Other Drug Addictions
If you have found yourself addicted to a drug such as Tramadol, prescription drugs or Ambien, and have been unable to locate a rehab that can cater to your addiction and recovery needs, please contact us today to discuss how we can assist you.
Frequently Asked Questions
Can I Attend Asana Lodge For Other Drug Addiction Treatment?
At Asana Lodge, we welcome people from all walks of life to attend our residential rehab for drug addiction treatment. If you are struggling with a drug addiction, we can provide you with the treatment you need.
How Is Treatment For Other Drug Addictions Administered?
Treatment for drug addictions is administered in several ways. For example, our medically induced detoxifications are administered via oral medication. In contrast, therapy is administered through the employment of talking and well-being therapies.
How Long Does Drug Addiction Treatment Take To Complete?
Determining how long drug addiction treatment takes to complete is extremely difficult. This is because treatment is administered based on an individual’s personal needs. However, our drug addiction treatment programmes typically span between 28 and 90 days. The progress made and how the body and brain respond to treatment essentially determine how long treatment takes to complete.
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