Are you struggling to move forward with your life when you’re used to drug and alcohol abuse?
This is a severe condition which requires expert support to break your physical and psychological dependency to drugs or alcohol.
Recovering from addiction can’t be achieved with medication alone, it’s crucial that you visit a professional drug and alcohol rehab in order to fully overcome this debilitating condition.
Not only does drug and alcohol abuse seriously effect your mental and physical well-being, leaving you at much higher risk of diabetes, heart disease, liver disease, depression, anxiety, and even suicide, addiction can also put extreme pressure on your relationships with family and friends.
It’s very difficult for your loved ones to see you in such distress as a result of the side effects which drug and alcohol abuse causes.
If you don’t feel as though you’re reason enough to turn your life around, maybe you’ll feel more inclined to achieve long-term recovery for your loved ones.
How can our rehab in Derbyshire help you?
Our dedicated team of medical experts have helped countless people win their battles against drug and alcohol abuse.
By using the latest addiction treatment techniques and personalised approach for each of our clients, you’re giving yourself the best chance of success when you join our rehabilitation centre.
Studies have shown that the most effective drug and alcohol rehab provides bespoke treatment programmes with a combination of psychological and well-being therapies. This is exactly what we do at our rehab in Derbyshire. Our private residential rehab centre offers you a safe space to solely focus on achieving long-term recovery.
You’re giving yourself a great advantage by staying with us throughout your addiction treatment programme as you’re removing yourself from the environment which you associate with drug and alcohol abuse.
You’ll be completely detached from the distractions of daily life and any negative influences which may cause you to relapse. The only focus at our rehabilitation centre is to give up substance abuse for good.
Unlike free local health services such as the NHS, our private treatment centre is able to offer you immediate admission, luxurious facilities and industry leading therapies following a bespoke treatment plan.
With the NHS, you can request drug and alcohol treatment, however, as they’re so underfunded and overstretched, you’re likely to be added to a long waiting list.
As a result of their lack of resources, they’re also unable to personalise your addiction treatment meaning you won’t have a very successful experience.
We encourage you to join a rehabilitation centre like ours straight away to save you becoming discouraged from failed attempts elsewhere. We have such a high rate of successful recoveries, we’re confident we can help you achieve the same.
Do we offer clinical detoxification?
Our drug and alcohol rehab includes a detox clinic which is regularly utilised by our clients. Detoxing is a highly effective method to remove all of the harmful toxins in your body caused by substance abuse.
It can however, result in some unpleasant withdrawal symptoms. Drug or alcohol withdrawal can leave you feeling nauseous, dizzy, shaky, sweaty, and can even cause seizures which have the potential to be fatal.
We wouldn’t recommend our detox clinic if we weren’t so confident of the great results it produces. Our highly skilled team manages the risks by supervising your drug or alcohol detox around the clock to ensure your safety and to check that you’re making good progress.
Our process is streamlined and expertly managed so that we’re on hand to administer prescribed medication in order to ease the pain of drug or alcohol withdrawal if needed. Upon completing your detoxification, you can look forward to having a much clearer mind enabling you to tackle your subsequent psychological therapies with greater confidence.
What’s included in our addiction treatments?
As well as benefitting from our detox clinic, our clients can also be assured they’ll receive a wide variety of evidence-based therapies, all of which have proven to be successful. Of course, each person’s journey into drug and alcohol abuse is completely unique, so it’s only right to provide an equally unique addiction treatment programme.
With this in mind, we have a range of therapies available depending on the individual’s specific needs.
Our experienced team of therapists and psychologists deliver cognitive behavioural therapy, stress management, relapse prevention sessions, individual, group or family counselling, as well as relaxation and sleep management, art therapy, fitness therapy, low level laser therapy, mindfulness, yoga, meditation, and acupuncture, all of which focus more on your well-being.
It’s crucial to take a holistic approach to your addiction treatment, by undergoing a variety of the above therapies, you’re addressing your body, mind, and soul within your recovery process.
Here at Asana Lodge, we’re more than happy to accommodate any specific requirements you may have to make you feel more at home during your stay with us.
These could include dentist appointments, optician appointments, hair services, chiropody and podiatry, personal trainer sessions, manicures, pedicures, and other beauty sessions.
What happens when you leave our rehabilitation centre?
Don’t worry, our support doesn’t stop when you complete your addiction treatment programme with us.
Your programme will typically last up to 28 days depending on the severity of your drug and alcohol abuse, however, we offer all of our clients a free 12-month aftercare plan.
This is an extremely helpful programme to retain your motivation and avoid any potential relapses.
It’s likely you’ll develop close bonds with other clients undergoing drug and alcohol treatment at our rehabilitation centre, our aftercare plans give you the opportunity to catch up and discuss your recovery giving you further encouragement to continue your journey to a sober life.
We can also make recommendations for local support groups, Alcoholics Anonymous or Narcotics Anonymous and any additional help you may require for yourself or for your family.