Are you searching for somewhere to receive high-quality support and industry leading addiction therapies? Then get in touch with our admissions team at our drug and alcohol rehab Felixstowe.
We will guide you along your journey and help you to remove the physical and psychological dependency you have to drugs or alcohol.
If you were to try to overcome your addiction without the support of a professional rehabilitation centre, then you’ll likely end up having to try again after feeling disheartened with an initial failed attempt.
How can we treat your Drug or Alcohol Addiction?
Here at Asana Lodge, we’re very proud of the luxurious and relaxing treatment centre that we’ve created. We’re highly recovery focused and strongly believe in encouraging positivity and motivation throughout your addiction treatment.
We feature a carefully selected combination of physical, psychological, and well-being therapies at our drug and alcohol rehab in Felixstowe and will always tailor our treatment programmes to suit each individual.
The wide variety of addiction treatment therapies which we utilise include a drug or alcohol detoxification, dialectical behaviour therapy (DBT), cognitive behavioural therapy (CBT), drug or alcohol relapse prevention, stress management, counselling, psychotherapy, motivational interviewing, relaxation and sleep management, fitness therapy, low level laser therapy, art therapy, mindfulness, yoga, and nutritional supplement therapy.
A mixture of the above evidence-based therapies will give you an effective, holistic approach to your addiction treatment, allowing you the best opportunity to achieve your long-term recovery.
We design your treatment programme around your unique condition to ensure it’s tailored to suit your needs. We do this by inviting you to a pre-screening assessment prior to your induction into our rehab centre.
This gives us the opportunity to get to know each other better and determine which therapies will benefit you most. If you then agree to join us at our rehab in Felixstowe, we’ll take you through our induction process to ensure you’re comfortable and settled in before beginning any of the above addiction treatments.
This high level of personalisation isn’t available to you if you’re receiving free local health treatment from the NHS for example.
When it comes to free addiction treatment, it’s typically a very generic treatment programme which you’ll follow that isn’t likely to produce any results for you.
This is simply because the NHS don’t have the time or resources to offer bespoke treatment programmes to everyone who needs it.
How can Drug or Alcohol Addiction impact your life?
Not only does a drug addiction or alcohol addiction have a significant impact on your own physical and psychological health but it also causes harm to the people around you who care about you but don’t know how to help you.
In our years of experience, we’ve seen many families torn apart and many relationships broken down because of the damaging effects of addiction.
Due to the devastating impact addiction has on you physically and mentally, it’s also likely that you’ll suffer at work, potentially resulting in a dismissal because of your dysfunctional behaviour.
This could then lead to financial problems if you’re left without a job which has left many people resorting to violence or illegal activities to fuel their substance abuse.
The negative impact which addiction to alcohol or drugs has on your physical well-being is likely to leave you at much higher risk of developing diabetes, liver disease, heart disease, and stroke.
The physical effects are usually what we notice first in a person as they’re most noticeable. These can range from an unhealthy weight loss or gain and bloodshot eyes to skin sores and a gaunt appearance.
If you suspect that a loved one is living with an addition alcohol or drugs, you might also notice psychological changes in their behaviours or their attitude towards certain things.
The toxins within these substances can severely alter the make-up of your brain, leaving you more prone to anxiety, depression, bipolarity, low self-esteem, and even suicide.
As we’ve explained, living within the vicious cycle of drug or alcohol addiction can impact your life in so many ways, and the lives of those around you. Our drug and alcohol rehab in Felixstowe can offer you a comprehensive addiction treatment programme which is tailored to your specific addiction.
This truly is the best option for you if you want to achieve a long-term recovery from your substance abuse. As soon as you begin to see any signs, contact our admissions team immediately. The longer you leave an addiction untreated, the worse it will get.
Do we provide Aftercare?
Our fantastic team will work closely with you to ensure your needs are completely met whilst you’re staying with us at our rehab in Felixstowe but also upon your return home.
Making sure that you have a structured aftercare plan is place is essential to continuing your recovery journey at home. This is why all of our clients receive 12 months free aftercare after completing their residential addiction treatment with us.
You’ll likely have completed a drug or alcohol detoxification as part of your rehab treatment, followed by your psychological and well-being therapies as described above. We will always give you the utmost care and respect as you dedicate yourself to recovering from this awful addiction.
We’ll provide you with the necessary tools to educate your family and friends on how they can assist with your relapse prevention and overall recovery once you’ve left our rehab centre. You can then take all of the knowledge and skills you’ve learnt from our addiction specialists and put them into real life practice.
If you’re still struggling to adapt your new behaviours into your way of life, then we’re able to offer additional relapse prevention sessions, counselling, or cognitive behavioural therapy as needed.
We’re here to support you with anything you need, just ask. Start your journey to a life free from addiction by calling us today on 01908 489 421 or email us at [email protected] for more information.