Drug and alcohol addiction has risen in recent years due to the accessibility of sourcing drugs and alcohol and the growing stresses of day-to-day life. We cannot deny how harmful the habitual consumption of substances can be.

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There are numerous negative consequences for health, and the quality of life of those addicted will dwindle. Drugs and alcohol cause changes in brain chemistry and can cause physical changes. All of these changes can lead to numerous diseases.

We must first clarify that drug and alcohol addiction is a serious disease affecting people of all ages and backgrounds. The addict, may not fully comprehend the severity of the situation. They may not realise they are consuming too many toxic substances and, due to ignorance, cannot evaluate all its dimensions.

This unnatural and excessive attachment to the substance creates a tolerance in the brain chemistry, making you crave more. The only route out of alcohol and drug addiction is to go to rehab. If you leave an addiction untreated, many problems can occur. It can lead to poor life choices, job loss, financial troubles, mental and physical illness, and even overdose. Numerous mental health conditions often fuel addiction. Therefore if you can combat these issues, you can control the addiction.


What are the Dangers of Addiction?

Many addictions alter the brain chemistry, creating neurochemical and functional changes in the brain. Essentially, you may find your personality shifting, enthusiasm for life waning, and you may feel anxious or depressed. The effects of addiction give short-lived happiness or euphoria. You may pursue this habitually without noticing the inevitable consequences. Some of the known dangers are:

Physical Dangers

  • Cardiovascular disease
  • Stroke
  • Hepatitis B and C
  • Lung disease

Psychological Dangers

  • Paranoia
  • Depression
  • Anxiety
  • Anger issues
  • Hallucinations
  • Insomnia

Many social risks are also tied to addiction. Losing friends, relationship issues, and family troubles can cause stagnation in your life. You may feel there is little need to change or worry that nobody truly cares or understands. You will feel a perpetual doom, so reaching out for help is the best solution. Drug and alcohol rehabilitation is carried out in a professional clinic with a dedicated medical team, round-the-clock support, and care.

You should never try to tackle the addiction yourself without professional help. Many people believe they can successfully go “cold turkey”, which can lead to hospitalisation and potential death. Rehabilitation must be undertaken in a medical setting.

At Asana Lodge, you will have all the support you need to successfully wean off the toxic substance and re-engage with yourself. You will gain a positive mindset and a better outlook on life. Addiction prevents you from creating these positive thoughts.


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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 contacting our friendly team today. You can call our confidential helpline or request a call-back by clicking on the form below.

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Treatments for Drug and Alcohol Addiction in Cinderford

Thankfully, you will find a plethora of treatments for drug and alcohol addiction. These treatments include a range of psychotherapies, counselling sessions, and medical interventions that facilitate a healthy recovery. Treatments are the best route to take and will offer you a chance to remove addiction from your life.

At Asana Lodge, we implement cognitive-behavioural techniques that help prevent relapses since they will help you identify the risk stimuli that promote consumption. We offer a list of treatments and therapies, so you learn new and effective coping strategies. It helps put the control back into your hands. Some of the treatments available are:

  1. Detoxification
  2. CBT Therapy
  3. Art Therapy
  4. Counselling sessions (Family/Individual)
  5. Aftercare plan

Free Transport To & From Rehab

Best reasons to travel for alcohol and drug rehab:

  • Travelling provides an escape from a potentially toxic environment or people
  • Helps you get away from triggering situations
  • Sobriety can give you a fresh reset in life
  • You may find a new supportive community
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Call and speak with a care advocate or a member of our nursing team

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Schedule a pick up time

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Same day discreet pick ups


How Much is Private Rehab?

Private alcohol and drug rehab fees will vary depending upon the intensity of your rehab and the longevity. The standard time for rehab lasts around 30 days, but this can vary. General prices to note are roughly around £4,000 a week but can vary depending on the treatment required. It is important to remember that rehab is a priceless investment in yourself. You will have lifelong tools to help you in all areas of life and regain your mental and physical health.

You will stay in your own private room, with exceptional cuisine, activities, networking, and treatment. It is a valuable investment in your own life and one that you won’t regret. If you need more information on how to fund your private drug and alcohol rehab, then please know there are specific options available. We can talk to you in detail, or you can look at your insurance policies to see if they will be able to fund your stay.


Get Help for a Loved One

If you are enquiring about a loved one and not yourself, there are many ways in which we can assist you. You may feel that you need an intermediary and someone that will be able to intervene to help. This is more than possible, so please do reach out. We are available 24/7 at Asana Lodge to speak with you. Please do not feel you have to suffer in silence.

Addiction can steal lives and often does. That is why we have many treatments and therapies at our disposal, including a vast network of professionals nationwide. Our multidisciplinary team comprises psychiatrists, psychologists, doctors, life coaches, and more. You will learn how to tackle certain situations, overcome your cravings, and manage your emotions.

Start recovery today at Asana Lodge and begin a journey to health. From the moment you enter our clinic, you will find a friendly team that will facilitate your integration into the clinic. We pride ourselves on impeccable daily communication and support. Your friends and family can be part of your journey with you, and of course, personal care and attention are always at the forefront of our minds.

Your professional assigned team will also facilitate all your therapies, counselling sessions and workshops. We ensure quality, personal privacy, confidentiality and discretion. Call today on 01908 489 421.


Frequently Asked Questions

How do I pick the right rehabilitation programme?

Sadly, there is no way of knowing what kind of recovery programme you will benefit best from without consulting with a medical professional. This is also why, when you reach out to Asana Lodge, our helpline staff will walk through your addiction history with you. Once we have this information, we can tailor a treatment programme just for you. We do not believe that everyone should receive the same treatment for addiction, which is why we make sure each of our clients receives the perfect treatment plan for their needs!

What is a medically assisted detox?

Drug or alcohol detox is the process of slowly and safely removing the harmful toxins from your body caused by substances. Medication is administered to help ease the worst of the withdrawal symptoms you will experience when detoxing. It is a safe process and gives you a much better chance at long-term recovery, rather than going cold turkey.

What side effects could I experience during detoxification?

Side effects vary depending on the substance you are being weaned off and the severity of the addiction. Those undergoing detox can expect to experience withdrawal symptoms such as nausea, shakes, anxiety, trouble sleeping and increased sweating.