Countless individuals across the globe struggle with drug addiction and/or alcoholism each and every year — so if you are currently finding yourself to be stuck in a seemingly endless cycle of substance consumption and regret/guilt, then you are not alone in this fight.

Drug and Alcohol Rehab Bentley

When you are in the midst of an addictive cycle then it may appear as though your relationships and health are falling apart with no visible way out.

However, it is important that you understand that Asana Lodge is able to help people at any stages of their addiction. No addictive disorder is too severe for the addiction specialists at Asana Lodge’s drug and alcohol rehab in Bentley to remove.

You will probably be aware that there are a multitude of different forms that addiction treatment can take, but few have the success rates that residential rehab boast.

The intense and varied types of therapy that are available within our facility both minimise relapse risk throughout your treatment and after your time spent at our rehab. Asana Lodge has spent years committed to ensuring that we not only help individuals to get clean, but to stay sober long into the future.

Let Asana Lodge’s helpline staff take the stress out of the transition into professional addiction treatment, all you need to do is call us today on 01908 489 421.

The helpline workers that you will speak to have experience listening to and helping individuals from all walks of life to come to terms with accepting professional residential addiction treatment.

It is also worth noting that you can also call our helpline in order to set in motion an intervention and/or treatment plan for someone close to you currently facing the ravaging effects of addiction.

Bringing up someone’s addictive disorder is an incredibly delicate and dangerous situation, and if it is not done right then it can only push an individual further away from committing to a professional treatment plan.

 

Achieving Sobriety

The physical and mental act of getting sober is a massive obstacle for individuals who are suffering from drug addiction and/or alcohol addiction.

The uncomfortable truth is that it may seem that it would be easier for an addict to simply keep consuming the substance to which they’re addicted, but while overcoming addiction requires amazing strength the repercussions will be nothing but positive.

You may have tried to become sober in the past only for it to fail. Vanquishing an addiction on your own is incredibly difficult and makes the chances that you will relapse incredibly high. After a long-term relationship with drugs and/or alcohol, your body will have developed a serious dependency upon the substance.

Without professional medical and psychological assistance then the odds of passing through alcohol withdrawal or substance abuse withdrawal without relapsing are infinitesimal.

Each of Asana Lodge’s drug and alcohol rehabilitation centres is equipped with a detox clinic, capable of administering medically-assisted drug and alcohol detox treatment.

This physical detox treatment eases the transition of your body from dependency to sobriety so that the withdrawal side effects are kept at bay.

Furthermore, the 24/7 supervision of Asana Lodge’s drug and alcohol detox clinic medical staff will mean that you do not have easy access to drugs or alcohol meaning the chances of you relapsing are vastly reduced.

 

What Forms Of Treatment Can Residential Rehab Provide You With

Fortunately, the days of residential rehabilitation only being for the wealthy are over. Asana Lodge’s rehabs across Great Britain are capable of catering to all manner of budgetary requirements, as we want to make sure that the best possible quality of care is available to all that need it — and residential drug and alcohol addiction treatment offers the best quality of care.

Residential rehab has been so consistently effective at treating addictive disorders due to various factors. One of which is naturally the fact that having been removed from your day-to-day routine and placed within our facility, you’re unable to relapse by simply giving in to your cravings.

Residential rehab provides people with the chance to really focus on recovery, free from the everyday distractions of daily life.

However, that being said, you will not be completely isolated during your time with us. Not only are our facilities populated with all manner of dedicated healthcare workers and medical support staff, but Asana Lodge also understands the importance of family drug support counselling in addiction treatments.

Depending upon your current situation, some addicts wish to involve their family more in the healing process. We can implement family therapy as a result of this wish, or you can simply enjoy frequent visitations from your friends or loved ones in accordance with your programme.

Family and friend support networks can be massively helpful in making sure that you stay sober once you leave rehab life.

However, your group therapy sessions during your stay with us will also seek to help you build a support network consisting of other people facing similar obstacles — all united by a common goal of remaining clean and bettering yourselves.

Our complimentary aftercare programme (which lasts for the duration of your first twelve months at home after exiting rehab) will also provide you with the necessary resources and support groups in your local area with the view to maintaining a support network for you at all times.

Not all of your treatments will be focused on group-oriented therapy. A large portion of your treatment will consist of one-to-one therapy with a specialist addiction therapist, and such treatments will focus upon your own internal struggles which may have contributed to your addictive disorder taking a hold of your life.

Specifically, psychological treatments that will help achieve this goal include the likes of dialectical behavioural therapy (DBT), cognitive behavioural therapy (CBT), dual-diagnosis treatment, and NAD+ brain restoration therapy.

Asana Lodge’s premier treatment plans are only one phone call away, so call us today on 01908 489 421.