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Drug and alcohol addiction are persistent health issues afflicting UK society. Addiction destroys lives and substance misuse can quickly devolve into a vicious cycle that people cannot get out of.
Many people feel as if they are alone and that no help is out there.
Admitting that you have substance abuse issues or some other form of addiction is the first step to fighting back. At Asana Lodge, we are dedicated to helping those suffering from addiction – understanding that every person experiences their addiction differently.
We also understand that some people need a push to get the help they need and, for this reason, offer a variety of referral and intervention services. We can guide family, employer and friend referrals alongside interventions for specific addictions like alcohol, drugs and gambling.
The most important thing is that people get the help they need. At Asana Lodge, with a carefully constructed treatment plan, we can help you or a loved one start on the journey towards a substance-free life.
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.
Deciding between Inpatient and Outpatient Rehab
The two pathways when considering addiction treatment are inpatient rehab and outpatient rehab. Both have their advantages and disadvantages – what’s important is that you find the pathway to sobriety that is best for you.
Going through outpatient treatment means you detox at a detox clinic and attend the following therapeutic programme during the day, returning to your own home to live out your usual routine. If you are looking for drug and alcohol rehab in Birmingham, this might best suit you. You may have a good support network and don’t want to be too far away from loved ones and your life commitments.
Asana Lodge offers an inpatient rehabilitation experience. The concentrated nature of your experience with us – where you are entirely focused on treatment – gives you the best chance of achieving long-term recovery. Removing yourself from the toxic environment where your addictions were fostered is crucial for success, giving you time to reflect and work through issues.
At our rehab clinic, we offer an array of treatment programmes that you may not have access to if you go through the NHS.
The Detoxification Process at Asana Lodge
Detoxification is the essential first step in recovery. Before you can begin to delve into the reasons behind your addiction, the drugs or alcohol need to be flushed from your system. This causes stress on your body as it has become dependent on the substances, sending you into withdrawal — which brings uncomfortable withdrawal symptoms.
The detox programme at Asana is tailored towards your circumstances – considering your medical history and type of addiction, among many other factors. With medicine and under the watchful care of our staff, you will go through drug or alcohol detox in the most comfortable way possible.
Therapy Options at Asana Lodge
With all rehab programmes, the important aspect is the psychological side. Getting to the root of addiction and dealing with the causes and not just the symptoms gives you the best chance of long-term recovery.
We offer a wide range of treatments, including Cognitive Behavioural Therapy (CBT), Dialectical Behavioural Therapy (DBT), stress management, group work and group activities. These talk-based therapies are part of a holistic approach focused on dealing with the well-being of our clients. Our holistic therapy options include sauna, art, and satori therapy.
If you suffer from concurrent mental health issues, we offer dual-diagnosis treatments. We provide mental health treatments alongside your addiction treatment as the two separate conditions can often become tightly wound – whilst being separate issues.
Life After Rehab Aftercare & Relapse Prevention
The transition from rehab to everyday life often brings struggles and stress for many people in recovery. Many people in recovery find the first year out of rehab the hardest, and relapses are more likely to occur during this time.
At Asana Lodge, we know how complex those initial months after rehab can be – that is why our support doesn’t end once you leave us. We offer a 12-month free aftercare package via weekly Zoom sessions which provide support and guidance through these difficult months – increasing the chance of successful long-term recovery.
Our aftercare specialist team formulated the plan during your time with us. It looks at many factors unique to you, such as your age, history, addiction history, home environment.
Building up positive habits that support relapse prevention straight out of rehab will set you in good stead for maintaining sobriety and living a fulfilling substance-free life.
Find Out More About Asana Lodge Treatment Services Today
If you are eager to learn more about Asana Lodge and our treatment options or want to get started on the admissions process, then don’t hesitate to get in touch today. You can speak to someone 24/7 by ringing us at 01908489421 or using the contact form on our website to get a call back when it suits you.
See more information about drug and alcohol rehab in the Birmingham area here.
What side effects could I experience during detoxification?
What symptoms and side effects a person may experience during detox vary according to many factors, including the type of addiction and severity of it. There is no way beforehand to know how detoxing will affect you. Those undergoing detox can expect to experience common withdrawal symptoms such as nausea, shakes, anxiety, trouble sleeping and increased sweating.
How long does rehab last?
A typical programme with us at Asana Lodge usually takes around 28 days, including drug or alcohol detox. After this period, you will be physically sober and hopefully feel ready to return to your everyday life. Some people can afford to stay in rehab longer, and programmes can run up to 12 weeks in some facilities. What is important is that you pick the programme that suits your circumstances and recovery goals.
How do I pick the right rehabilitation programme?
Ultimately the best programme is the one that suits your set of circumstances. It’s essential to keep in mind 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 to stay clean, so take the time to research.
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