Across the UK, we’re seeing a general increase in drug or alcohol addictions. These addictions tend to be associated with antisocial behaviour, mental health issues and drug fueled crime, causing additional problems where addiction is found. Unfortunately, Scotland is ranked as one of the most populated areas for addiction to alcohol or drugs, it’s quickly spreading across smaller towns making it even more difficult for locals to recover in conveniently located rehab centres. Here at Asana Lodge, we deliver the latest addiction treatments in a private drug and alcohol rehab, supported by a dedicated team of medical experts. Our rehab in Falkirk could be the solution to your drug or alcohol addiction; we can help you to achieve long-term recovery.

Drug and Alcohol Rehab Falkirk

How do you find a drug and alcohol rehabilitation centre?

We appreciate how difficult it can be to find a drug and alcohol treatment centre which you’re comfortable with. Many people who are suffering with drug or alcohol addiction struggle to admit when they need help, particularly when residing in an area with intense pressures towards substance abuse, it can be difficult to get out of. We’re here to encourage you that you can achieve long-term recovery, you can live a happy, healthy life free from alcohol or drugs. You just need to give us a call on 01908 489 421 and we can help you with the rest.

It’s normal for this to feel like you’re taking a huge step, you are. You’re accepting that you need professional support and allowing yourself the opportunity to change your life for the better. By using evidence-based treatments, our dedicated team deliver personalised addiction treatment programmes which will benefit you most. We utilise medical and mental interventions to aid your physical and psychological recovery. Contrary to what some people may think, it’s impossible to treat addiction with medication alone. The majority of the problem stems from psychological links to the substance rather than a physical dependence, although this is still part of it.

By visiting a residential treatment centre like our rehab in Falkirk, you’re giving yourself the best chance of recovery from alcohol or drugs addiction. Attempting to recover at home alone can be very distressing and highly ineffective. You’d still be surrounded by the daily temptations and negative influences which you normally face, making the likelihood of relapsing very probable. All of this is removed when you stay at a residential private drug and alcohol rehab centre like ours. We supervise you 24/7 ensuring your safe, secure, and maintaining motivation to succeed in your recovery.

 

How beneficial can rehab for drug and alcohol addictions be?

We give each of our clients our undivided attention, support, and expert advice along each step of their recovery journey. Our structured, passionate approach to your recovery helps to change your negative physical and psychological behaviours head on. As our personalised treatment programmes are designed specifically to suit your needs, this method will help you achieve an efficient, effective recovery.

You’ll have access to the latest addiction treatments including a mixture of medical and psychological therapies. Your treatment programme therapies and duration will vary depending on the nature of your addiction, however for most people we recommend a visit to our detox clinic to begin with. After abusing alcohol or drugs over a long period of time, it’s likely that you’ll build up a tolerance. This tolerance is what becomes responsible for your physical cravings of alcohol or drugs, detoxification helps to tackle this. Detoxing is the process of removing all of the harmful toxins from your body by gradually reducing your substance intake. It can, however, be quite a complex process and presents some serious danger to your health. You may experience withdrawal symptoms as a result of your detox. These can vastly range from mild nausea to life-threatening illnesses or even fatality. This is why we can’t stress enough the importance of undergoing a detox in a supervised, professional environment where medical experts are on hand to give you the support you need. It’s extremely dangerous to attempt a detox at home alone.

 

What treatment options do we offer at our rehab in Falkirk?

Every person’s journey into addiction is unique, therefore it’s unrealistic to expect anything other than a bespoke treatment programme to be effective. Initially, we conduct an assessment of your physical and psychological health. We will look at your medical history, the severity of your addiction and listen to your specific needs when tailoring your treatment. This helps us to establish the best course of action when designing your drug and alcohol treatment programme and to also avoid any techniques which may have a detrimental impact on your recovery.

Our holistic drug and alcohol rehab believe a combination of traditional and non-traditional therapies work best to target your physical and psychological links to your drug or alcohol addiction. The aim of psychological therapies is to identify the underlying triggers of your addiction, or the reason behind what’s promoting your substance abuse. We’re also able to provide you with the tools needed to prepare your mind for long-term sobriety and work with you on any mental health issues which need addressing.

Our expert team deliver cognitive behavioural therapy, psychotherapy, stress management, nutrition therapy, self-help sessions, personal counselling, individual and group sessions, yoga, relaxation and sleep management, low level laser therapy and art, drama, and music therapies. Which treatments we select for your treatment programme will be dependent on the nature of your addiction and what we think will work best for you.

 

Start your journey to recovery today

Invest in giving yourself the best life possible, free from alcohol or drugs. We’re here to help you get the most out of our addiction treatment programme whilst ensuring you’re comfortable, safe, and remaining motivated. Contact our team today on 01908 489 421 and start your journey to recovery.