Perhaps you’re beginning to see detrimental changes to your physical and psychological health? Or maybe you’ve started to notice a strain on relationships with your family and friends? The effects of drug and alcohol abuse can be catastrophic.
From damaging your health and well-being, to ruining your relationships with loved ones, you could even lose your job or your home as a result of abusing alcohol or drugs.
Our rehab in Cambridgeshire addresses your social, emotional, physical, and mental links to drug and alcohol abuse. If we can identify the underlying reasons of your substance abuse, then you can learn how to best overcome it.
Are you prepared to live a sober, healthy life without alcohol and drugs? Then get in touch with us today on 01908 489 421 or at firstname.lastname@example.org.
What are the benefits of private, residential rehabilitation centres?
Whilst there is a vast variety or drug and alcohol treatment services available, residential care is widely regarded as the most effective.
The main reasons for this are that as you stay with us for the duration of your addiction treatment, which typically lasts around 28 days, you have no negative influences or distractions of daily life at home.
You’ll benefit from a relaxed, recovery focused environment with exceptional support 24 hours a day, every day; the only thing you have to think about is working towards your long-term recovery.
If you were to seek outpatient support from free local health services such as the NHS, you’ll initially be added to a long-waiting list before receiving a generic treatment programme to follow.
Due the lack of resources and funding for the NHS, they’re unable to design bespoke treatment programmes for each client.
You’ll also be attempting to recover at home, in an environment which you associate with drug and alcohol abuse making it even more difficult for yourself. This leads to an ineffective, disheartening, and worthless treatment process.
Save yourself the time and effort by coming straight to a residential rehabilitation centre like ours in Cambridgeshire. We take the time to get to know all of our clients individually, so that we can design the most effective addiction treatment programme for each person.
This personalised approach has long proven to be the most effective way to treat drug and alcohol abuse.
We’ve helped countless people achieve their dreams of living a life free from alcohol or drugs, we’ll continue to utilise our successful methods and help as many people as we can.
What drug and alcohol treatment do we offer?
Our rehab in Cambridgeshire is highly regarded as a world-class treatment facility. We offer various addiction treatments, some of which could be more effective than others for you personally which is why we create personalised programmes for each of our clients.
In most cases, we’ll suggest a visit to our detox clinic which helps your body to cleanse, aiding your recovery. Despite being quite demanding, detoxification is one of our more commonly recommended treatments as it has such a high success rate.
Our team will be there to supervise and ensure your safety throughout the entire process. Although drug and alcohol detox are highly recommended, it can be quite uncomfortable, even dangerous if not managed correctly.
You’ll most likely struggle with some withdrawal symptoms which could include sickness, dizziness, or more severe symptoms such as seizures, insomnia, or delirium tremens (DT’s), for which you’ll need urgent medical support.
If you were to attempt a drug or alcohol detox at home, you’re putting yourself at much a higher risk of danger. Your physical and psychological health remains our number one priority at all times.
Once you have completed a drug and alcohol detox, you will begin to think more clearly, allowing subsequent treatments to take effect as they should.
In addition to clinical detoxification, we also offer cognitive behavioural therapy, also referred to as CBT, which helps with continuing psychological fixations or mental health problems.
Here at Asana Lodge, we concentrate on improving both your physical and psychological health within our addiction treatments. It’s crucial to address both connections when treating drug and alcohol abuse, one doesn’t work without the other.
CBT focuses on altering your perception of drug and alcohol abuse by removing your negative associations, allowing you to visualise a life free from drugs or alcohol; this is another highly successful therapy for most people suffering from drug and alcohol abuse.
We also provide relapse prevention sessions, group or family counselling, stress management, relaxation and sleep management, mindfulness, yoga, art therapy, fitness therapy, low-level laser therapy and nutritional therapy.
By following a treatment programme which includes a well selected combination of these, you’ll have the best chance of achieving a successful recovery.
Do we offer any aftercare support?
Once you’ve completed your treatment at our rehab in Cambridgeshire, we’ll continue to support you along your recovery journey. We offer 12 months of aftercare to all of our clients to ease with the transition back into your daily routine.
This aftercare programme is completely free and helps to maintain your motivation to continue your recovery journey at home avoiding any temptations to relapse.
We recommend taking advantage of local support groups such as Alcoholics Anonymous or Narcotics Anonymous. These networks are great environments to share any concerns with people in similar situations to you and to celebrate your achievements together.
We can also provide additional cognitive behavioural therapy or relapse prevention sessions for extra support. If your family or friends require extra guidance or advice on how they can help to support your recovery at home, we can provide this for them too.
If you’re ready to take on this challenging, yet highly rewarding experience, get in touch with our friendly team today on 01908 489 421 or at email@example.com. We can talk you through the variety of options we have available to help you achieve your recovery goals.