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Many people that realise they are in the thrall of drug and alcohol addiction have reached a breaking point. The quickness with which the realisation of a problem and the need to change can lead some to believe a quick fix, like going cold turkey, is the only course of action.
This is a dangerous road to go down that can result in death.
Freeing yourself from a life of drug and alcohol abuse is a long journey that should not be taken alone or without professional help. Putting yourself into a rehabilitation centre and undergoing addiction treatment gives you the best chance at achieving long-term recovery and revitalising your life.
At Asana Lodge we promise to give every client industry-leading drug and alcohol treatment that provides them with the tools to succeed during their time with us and beyond.
Get In Touch
Are you suffering from a Drug or Alcohol Addiction and need help? If so, 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. You can either call our confidential helpline or request a call-back by clicking on the below form.
Why Choose Asana Lodge?
Asana Lodge combines industry-leading treatment options with an idyllic setting to provide a perfect foundation on which our residents can begin the next chapter of their lives.
With a simple admission process that offers support for family interventions and specific substance interventions, such as alcohol, gaining a place at our facility is straightforward and can be done quickly.
Entering our doors means coming into the care of a hand-picked team of medical professionals that you will get to know well and who are experienced in helping people in your situation. Bringing this high standard of care built around understanding, excellence and luxury is our guiding principle and it’s what makes us one of the leaders in the industry.
Every resident will experience personalised care and doesn’t make them feel like a number in the system, but instead a whole person who is just more than their addiction. All these things added up equal a new way of thinking about addiction treatment that is proving to get positive results.
Undergoing Detox in Rehab
There may be a desire to try drug or alcohol detox at home alone. This is a very dangerous course to take and not advised as it can put a great strain on the body and potentially prove fatal.
Asana Lodge offers a range of detox programmes that will be tailored towards your specific needs. Overseen by medical professionals, detox will see you through the worst of symptoms that arise from drug or alcohol withdrawal and provide you with constant care in a calming environment.
The struggles of detoxing cannot be avoided and must be traversed for treatment to have any long-lasting effect. Undergoing this process at Asana Lodge means experiencing it in an environment catered towards your welfare and lessening the discomfort as much as possible.
Therapy Options Available During Your Stay at Asana Lodge
Getting to the root of the psychological causes behind a person’s addiction is the most effective way at achieving long-term recovery. Understanding the reasons behind addiction and supplying you with methods and techniques in which to deal with triggers and the outside world will provide you with a platform on which to build a more fulfilling life.
At Asana Lodge you will have access to a variety of therapies. The ones you partake in will have been chosen specifically for your needs and goals you wish to achieve in rehab.
The core of your time at Asana Lodge will be spent in psychological therapies. These talk-based therapies such as Cognitive Behavioural Therapy (CBT), Dialectical Behavioural Therapy (DBT) and stress management help you better understand the way you process problems and emotions. We hope to give you techniques to deal with hard times and help you find a more positive outlook.
Those suffering from addiction are often struggling with mental health issues alongside it, using substances to self-medicate. At Asana Lodge we take our residents physical and psychological health very seriously and so offer dual-diagnosis treatment to those dealing with concurrent mental health problems.
Addiction is often the symptom of larger issues. With our help, you can begin to heal more deeply for a better chance of long-term recovery.
Aftercare To Maintain Sobriety After Rehab
Some people feel elated at the end of rehab and consider it mission accomplished. Others feel worried about what comes next. Both feelings are expected, valid and important to acknowledge.
Getting through rehab and gaining sobriety is a massive victory that should be celebrated, but every person who has done it knows that completing treatment is just the beginning. Many people that come through Asana Lodge return to the old environments where their addiction began, face daily triggers that are hard to ignore, and the threat of relapse always looms.
At Asana Lodge we understand that the first year out of rehab is an overwhelming time and a period when most relapses occur. To guide our former residents through this time we offer a free 12-month aftercare service which focuses on relapse prevention.
Through weekly Zoom meetings, you can talk to the medical team about any problems you are experiencing or general concerns you may have.
Making the most of aftercare gives you a much greater chance at maintaining sobriety long beyond the first year.
Find a Rehab Near Me
If you are eager to learn more about Asana Lodge or want to find out more about drug and alcohol rehab in Beckenham, then don’t hesitate to contact us at 01908489421 or use the contact form on our website. While it’s not wise to delay seeking treatment, doing research and finding the best place for you is vital to getting the most out of rehab.
How do I access drug and alcohol rehab in Beckenham?
If you are looking to access drug and alcohol services closer to home, then it is easy to get the information you need. Getting in touch with your local authority or visiting your GP is a step you take to finding out more about rehab in the area. There will also be local charities and support organisations that assist people and help them find the support they need. It’s important to remember that help is always out there, and you are not alone in your struggle.
What happens after drug and alcohol rehab?
To put it simply: the rest of your life. Long-term recovery means living with the temptations of a lifestyle that you can no longer engage in. The first 12 months after treatment is when relapse most often occurs, and so to help you through this time we offer a year of aftercare. Through weekly support meetings and staying connected with therapists and former residents, you can live your substance-free life, whilst having that support network at hand.
Can I refer a family member to drug and alcohol rehab?
Yes, absolutely. Asana Lodge offers a family and friend referral service for those worried about their loved one’s substance abuse. Our dedicated team can help family members through this difficult time, offering advice and guidance on the next steps to take. Throughout this process and beyond we offer family drug support as we understand that addiction affects many people beyond the addict.
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