Recovering from any degree of drug and alcohol addiction can be an overwhelming and consuming time. Knowing where to turn to, who to trust, what type of treatment to invest in and how to go about completing drug and alcohol rehabilitation can be tough.

Drug and Alcohol Rehab Exeter

However, by doing your research, as you are today here at Asana Lodge, you’ll soon have a route in place to direct you through the drug and alcohol rehabilitation process.

Having a plan in place, that you intend to follow will offer many benefits when considering addiction recovery. You’ll feel reassured that you’re visiting the right rehab clinic, you’ll feel ready to accept professional support, you’ll feel capable of completing treatment services, and you’ll have full awareness of what to expect from rehab.

All of these feelings can help to ease your experience with rehab, in tandem with your long-term recovery journey, by knowing what’s ahead.

See what’s possible by visiting a drug and alcohol rehab in Exeter, by considering Asana Lodge and our comprehensive offering, and by overlooking the timescale of recovery, by instead seeing the positives of sobriety.

If you have any questions surrounding rehab, we’re here to contribute to your research, while promoting a personal, effective route to addiction recovery.

 

Why is it important to have medical support through recovery?

Recovering from a drug and alcohol addiction is a significant process. While detoxing from drugs and alcohol may seem easy, simply bringing your consumption to a halt, can in fact be extremely complex.

Over time, your body and brain will accommodate the presence of drugs and alcohol. However, now it’s time to reverse such action, which can induce substantial shock through withdrawal symptoms.

In order to ensure that you can safely reduce your drug and alcohol exposure, medical support is therefore necessary. Without this support, a wealth of problems can arise, including unbearable withdrawal symptoms, potentially long-lasting health issues, and the risk of instant relapse.

Medical support is also vital to overcome the psychological attachments that you’ll have to drugs and alcohol. With the backing of addiction specialists, including psychologists, counsellors and life coaches, you’ll have guidance and access to leading addiction treatment services, to heal on a psychological basis.

Through a drug and alcohol rehab in Exeter, you can access such support. Yet depending on your expectations of rehab, considering Asana Lodge may be a better fit for you.

 

Can I experience such support via a drug and alcohol rehab in Exeter?

Yes, you will find medical support via a drug and alcohol rehab in Exeter. All private rehab clinics will provide credible care through addiction recovery. However, before considering localised recovery, it is important to understand your needs and expectations of rehab.

Remaining close to home can be tough when withdrawing from drugs and alcohol. This is one of the key reasons why many of our clients make use of our luxury, residential treatment centre, by experiencing greater privacy and respite.

A further reason why many of our clients overlook localised recovery is down to the specialism of our services, our unique approach to addiction recovery, and the reliability of our personalised rehab programmes.

This combined with our environment, our standards of medical care and our range of addiction treatment services may be a better fit for you, depending on your expectations of rehab, when comparing with your potential experience via a drug and alcohol rehab in Exeter.

 

Why are psychologically driven treatment services encouraged as a part of rehab?

An addiction is a physical and psychological illness. While the physical action of drug and alcohol abuse drives the habit, the psychological changes experienced through consumption ingrain the habit. With this in mind, it’s important that both forms of addiction treatment services are on offer.

Detoxification is usually focused on through rehab, to remove the toxic build-up, caused by drugs and alcohol. This is something we promote at Asana Lodge.

Yet our emphasis is placed on psychological restoration, to unravel and unteach the habit of drug and alcohol abuse. By changing outlooks, behaviours can then adapt, helping to reduce the physical cravings of drugs and alcohol.

Through the likes of cognitive behavioural therapy, stress management, virtual reality therapy and exposure therapy, combined with detoxing and NAD+ therapy, holistic recovery can then be aimed for.

In place to treat addiction and mental health issues, any degree or type of addiction can therefore be worked through at Asana Lodge.

To decide on the most effective treatment services, we will assess your needs, your health and your drug and alcohol addiction history. By doing so, you’ll be welcomed with a personal treatment programme, promoting safety, comfort and sustainability.

 

How can I overcome the long-winded feeling of addiction recovery?

It’s understandable that the commitment of long-term recovery may feel long-winded. However, this commitment will be necessary, whether you visit our centre or a drug and alcohol rehab in Exeter.

It’s important to see addiction recovery from the other end of the scale, where in fact, your post-rehab journey will offer a long and fulfilling life without drugs and alcohol.

Your long-term recovery commitment can help you maintain control over your drug and alcohol exposure, to lead a lifestyle that protects and develops you as a person.

It’s also encouraged to consider how without this commitment, ongoing drug and alcohol abuse will be experienced, which can shorten your life.

Drugs and alcohol are highly damaging, carrying unpredictable consequences. By enabling their presence, your future will be unknown back in Exeter.

Long-term recovery ultimately surrounds your ability to maintain a life without the presence of drugs and alcohol. This is your goal, which you can work towards initially through rehab.

Learn how to normalise sober living here at Asana Lodge, in order to ease and manage the realism of long-term recovery.

Right now, you may feel confused, you may feel overwhelmed, and you may feel a wealth of emotions, linked to your reality, your drug and alcohol problems and your future.

By investing in medical and suitable support, you can regain clarity, control and the capabilities to change your feelings on life.