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Whilst drug and alcohol rehab may feel like a difficult process to commit to, at Asana Lodge we have the facilities to help you sustain sobriety safely and securely.
The goal of drug and alcohol rehab is to control and prevent symptoms related to the withdrawal process so you can start a new life without the addictive substance.
Rehab assists every patient with the physical troubles and the mental health aspect of addiction. This means tackling anxiety, depression and other issues that may be worsening your addiction.
The decision to quit and the request for help must come from yourself, and at a time that feels right for you. However, acting promptly is best for your long-term success.
Sobriety can be easy with the right help and support. Inpatient rehab will give you access to world-class therapies and treatment.
You will firstly have to become aware of your alcohol addiction, admit that you need help and focus on improving your mental health.
Your support will be coordinated by a professional who specialises in physical and mental dependence on a substance.
They will investigate behavioural issues and work with you to carve a new pathway out of addiction and into a happier and healthier mindset.
Getting the help that you need doesn’t have to be difficult. In alcohol and drug rehab in East Grinstead, you will find an expert team that is ready to assist you with a bespoke programme that aligns with your goals and values.
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.
Detox and Therapy at Rehab
The duration of withdrawal depends on the drug you are addicted to and the severity. However, drug and alcohol detox will often last around one week.
This process removes the toxins from your body which will allow you to have a clean mind and body before beginning your therapy sessions.
Detoxification will be completed in a medical environment, with a full team by your side. Any uncomfortable withdrawal symptoms will be effectively managed for your comfort.
You will have a relaxed and safe space to live during residential alcohol and drug rehab. Once your detox is complete, you will proceed with the other phase of your treatment plan.
This will be composed of numerous types of counselling and psychotherapies to somewhat rewire your mind and give you tools to deal with your anxieties.
Some of the most common forms include:
- CBT (Cognitive Behavioural Therapy)
- Individual, group, and family therapy
- Art therapy
- Long-term follow-up to prevent relapse
Therapies that are included in your programme seek to heal past and present traumas. You will be able to openly discuss worries and heal any broken relationships.
We encourage communication with your loved ones so you do not feel isolated. During therapy, you will learn new tactics to deal with your mental health issues.
They will all be tackled in a safe space which will always remain confidential. You can be sure that you are in safe hands.
Our aim is to ensure that you are on the right path to continual sobriety.
There is also an on-call doctor that visits the centre throughout the week so that any health questions can be answered promptly.
The benefit of inpatient rehab is both the community and the support that assists you in your recovery. Inpatient rehab is intense and focuses on your long-term sobriety.
It is important to reach out sooner rather than later. The addition is a disease and it needs appropriate treatment.
It is more than possible to remain sober for many years, and it all begins with rehabilitation.
How Long Does Rehab Take?
Chronic consumption of large amounts of alcohol usually leads to liver problems or hepatic impairment, including hypertension, gastrointestinal bleeding and more.
Healing the body is the initial stage of rehab. The longevity of your rehab programme may depend on many different factors.
That is why your initial assessment will give us all the information that we need to decide what is best. To give you a guide, you should expect at a minimum to be in rehab for 30 days.
Some rehab programmes may last up to 6 weeks dependent on your specific needs. You will always be kept up-to-date with your progress and what to expect in your next phases of treatment.
Furthermore, you should expect continual support after your programme ends.
A designated aftercare plan will last around 12 months to ensure that you remain motivated and sober.
The admissions process with us is very simple and straightforward. With private drug and alcohol rehab at East Grinstead, you are not subject to long waiting times.
Emergency admission is possible if you are concerned about your own addiction or if someone that you love is in danger. If this is the case, please contact us immediately.
The process will begin with an initial assessment and examination, which will determine the best course of action for you. These initial questions are simple and will help us to understand your needs.
Once this is achieved, you will receive a bespoke plan. Whilst this may seem daunting at first, you will never be alone. Once you are admitted, you will begin to live at the rehab facility and begin your alcohol and drug detox, and therapies.
How Much Does Private Rehab Cost?
With such high success rates, the cost of rehab is most certainly worth it. The prices for your treatment will vary depending on a variety of factors.
Therefore, it is best to get an idea of costs with us directly by calling 01908 489 421. We take all enquiries very seriously and you will be able to access impartial advice to ensure you make the best possible decision for your lifestyle.
The time is now to make a change and we are right here with you, every step of the way.
Frequently Asked Questions
Is it safe to detox at home?
In short, no it is not safe to detox at home. Detoxification can present a whole host of negative side-effects for a person, so to do so without professional medical aid can result in very negative outcomes and even potentially lead to death. It should also be noted that most people who try to detox on their own end up relapsing due to the severity of the withdrawal side-effects. However, each time that you relapse, the withdrawal side-effects can be even worse the next time. Therefore, it is not only safer to experience withdrawal at our detox clinic, but it will also put you in better stead going forward.
How do I pick the right rehabilitation programme?
Only you can decide what’s right for you. It’s vital to consider your budget, whether you want to go through rehab on an inpatient or outpatient basis and if you wish to go to rehab close to or far away from your home. The need to get treatment might feel urgent but making a quick wrong decision will hamper future efforts at staying clean—so take the time to research.
What should I pack for rehab?
You should only bring the essentials when you come to rehab. Enough clothes to last (laundry will be done for you), outdoor clothing, clothes to exercise in, toiletries, prescribed medication, maybe a book. Bringing electronics such as your phone or a laptop is fine, but you may be limited to how much you can use these devices. Rehab is about getting away from the distractions of the outside world to focus on getting better.
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