Addiction recovery requires full commit, as you’ll have to extinguish your physical and psychological dependance on the substance and reform your habitual behaviours that have led to a toxic lifestyle.
It’s more than just stopping the processing of ingesting, or injecting the substance, it requires you to transform your life to enable more positive habits and thoughts to prevail.
With our support, combined with our leading, scientific and evidence-based treatments, you can take back control of your life and rebuild those broken relationships.
Contact our friendly and supportive team today and find out how we can help you to rebuild your life and mend those broken relationships.
What To Expect From Rehab
The hardest step in the long road to recovery is admitting you have an addiction. Once you’ve overcome your denial and are ready to fully commit to recovery, you’re ready for rehab.
The first choice you’ll have to make is whether you want to opt for outpatient or residential rehab. Outpatient treatment takes place at day clinics, where you’ll attend detoxification and therapy treatments and then return home in the evenings and weekends.
This may seem like the most ideal treatment solution, however we’d only advise this type of treatment if you’ve a strong support network at home to help guide you through your recovery.
Residential rehab, on the other hand, requires you to live at the rehabilitation centre during your treatment programme. You’ll complete detoxification and receive many forms of therapies throughout your stay. The main benefit of residential rehab is the support and care you receive, as there are staff on hand 24 hours a day to assist you through your recovery.
At Asana Lodge, we have state of the art facilities and leading scientific, evidence-based treatments that are tailored to your needs. You’ll be provided with luxury accommodation, all your meals during your stay are prepared by our onsite chef and you’ll have access to a wide range of amenities to help you rebuild a more positive lifestyle.
Drug And Alcohol Rehab Treatment Options
At Asana Lodge we provide holistic drug and alcohol treatments that tackle both the physical and psychological impacts of addiction. Upon arrival you’ll undergo a full medical examination to assess your mental and physical health. From there, our professional medical team will work with you to design a treatment programme.
Each treatment programme is tailored specifically to the individual, but will always start with detoxification and then move onto therapies. Since, we are the UK’s first residential scientific and evidence-based treatment centre, we can provide treatment unique to our clinics.
Intravenous Brain Restoration is a treatment used to help aid the cellular restoration and can boost your body’s recovery. This treatment can be offered at all stages of rehab.
Satori chair therapy uses sound frequencies and vibration therapy to help relax and unwind your mind and body. This restorative therapy is best enjoyed after detox, throughout your therapy treatment.
Since drug and alcohol rehab in Barton-upon-Humber typically lasts for around 28 days, you’ll have ample time to try a variety of different therapies during your stay.
Every treatment programme starts with detoxification. Only when your mind if clear from the substance can you begin therapy.
Detox works by slowly reducing your consumption levels until your body is free from the substance. Although it may sound simple, detox can be dangerous and should always be conducted under medical supervision.
Withdrawal symptoms are common throughout detox, since your body will have become used to the substance and grown dependent on it to function normally. This reliance is what has to be broken and with it a range of withdrawal symptoms can occur. Depending on the length and severity of your addiction, your withdrawal symptoms can range from sweating, nausea to anxiety and seizures.
Detox usually lasts for a couple of days, after which time you’ll start your therapy treatment.
Drug and Alcohol Addiction Therapies
Cognitive Behavioural Therapy (CBT) is the favoured therapy for treating substance use disorders, due to its psychoeducational approach. CBT provides an understanding of your addiction and it’s triggers, allowing you to retrain your mind and break old habits.
By forming new habitual behaviours you can start to manage situations around you and in return form Relapse Prevention strategies, which will help aid your long term recovery.
Alongside CBT, we provide a range of therapy treatments, including art therapy, motivational sessions, group workshops, and meditation and fitness classes to help you develop a more positive and healthy lifestyle.
After successfully completing drug and alcohol rehab in Barton-upon-Humber, you’ll complete a Relapse Prevention Plan to help guide you when you return home. Since the first 12 months after rehab are the most challenging, we provide all our patents with 12 months free aftercare.
We believe peer support to be the most effective type of support on your long road to sobriety, which is why we’ll introduce you to your local support groups, such as Alcoholics Anonymous.
There you’ll find people with similar life experiences to you, who can help guide you through the difficult times, help you prevent relapse, or in the face of relapse help you find your path to recovery again.
When it comes to relationships, work and finances, we understand that the task ahead of you, rebuilding what you’ve broken, can be daunting, which is why we are here to support you and offer you guidance every step of the way.
Nearest Drug And Alcohol Rehab In Barton-Upon-Humber
Admitting you’re an addict is often the hardest step to take, but once you’ve overcome your denial we’re here to help. With residential rehab centres dotted all around Barton-upon-Humber we can provide you with immediate help.
Time is of the essence, as your addiction will only get worse. No matter how in control you feel, it is imperative you seek help urgently. So contact our supportive and friendly team today to start your journey to long term recovery.