From family gatherings, and increased exposure to drug and alcohol consumption, to a lack of routine and the ‘it’s Christmas’ excuse, relapse risks are heightened throughout the festive period, making it a time of dread for recovering addicts and their families. While easier said than done, it’s however recommended that recovering addicts or those struggling with their mental health, see Christmas as any…Read More
Trying to find the best drug and alcohol rehabilitation centre can be an overwhelming process. You’ll be faced with a wide variety of options from low-cost, generic treatments which tend to be ineffective, to private drug and alcohol rehabs like ours in Heanor which has proven to be highly effective in achieving long-term recovery.
We encourage each individual who is suffering from an addiction to alcohol or drugs to come to our rehab centre straight away. Unlike free local services, we have no waiting times and are fully prepared to welcome you in whenever you’re ready.
Many people find it very difficult to open up and share their concerns around their drug or alcohol addiction. This sense of denial can lead you to believe that you don’t need professional support which of course isn’t the case.
Without the expert guidance of a recognised rehab for drug and alcohol abuse, you’re unlikely to ever overcome your addiction in its entirety.
If you were to leave your addiction untreated, it will become significantly more severe leaving you with potential life-changing damage to both your physical and psychological health. Our drug and alcohol rehab in Heanor can help you find a way to leave addiction behind once and for all.
Get in touch with us today on 01908 489 421 or email us at email@example.com.
What are the main causes of drug addiction or alcohol addiction?
Whilst there may be a number of reasons why one person became addicted to alcohol or drugs, we can look at some of the primary causes which may have influenced substance abuse.
We aim to identify the underlying reasons of your addiction as it’s extremely helpful when designing a treatment programme specific to your unique condition.
It’s also highly useful for you to understand what may have caused your addiction to alcohol or drugs, you’re then much more likely to identify potential triggers and avoid any relapses throughout your residential addiction treatment.
Some of the more common causes of drug or alcohol abuse are childhood or adult trauma, stress at work or at home, grief, dealing with the end of a relationship, attempting to cope with mental health issues, or a combination of all these.
Where substance abuse is used as a coping mechanism to manage mental health issues, we refer to this as a dual diagnosis as you’re managing both an addiction and mental health issues. This could also occur where excessive consumption of alcohol or drugs has resulted in problems with your mental health, leaving you with a dual diagnosis.
In any case, our team are experienced with treating a wide variety of conditions and can effectively create a treatment programme to suit your specific needs.
Do you really need to join a drug and alcohol rehabilitation?
As we mentioned earlier, we frequently see people in denial about their addiction to alcohol or drugs, making the first step of acceptance crucial in your recovery. Once you’re able to admit to yourself that you need expert support, we encourage you to take the brave step of contacting our private drug and alcohol rehab to ask for help.
Our team are compassionate, caring and extremely understanding of every case they manage, all of which are treated with respect and discretion.
If you’re still not sure if you’re ready to join a drug and alcohol rehabilitation centre, then answer the questions below.
- Have you noticed your addiction affecting your physical or psychological health?
Addiction to alcohol or drugs can severely impact many aspects of your life, most noticeably your physical and psychological health. The chemicals in these substances are toxic, therefore will have a detrimental effect on your well-being potentially leaving you with irreversible damage.
- Has your addiction to alcohol or drugs began to impact your relationships?
Those who suffer from addiction tend to believe they’re only hurting themselves; this couldn’t be further from the truth. Of course, you’re also affecting the lives of those around you as they spend their time worrying about you which takes a toll on their well-being. It’s very common to see relationships break down as a result of substance abuse.
- How do you feel when you’re not abusing alcohol or drugs?
If all you can think about is your next ‘fix’, then you’re likely physically and psychologically dependent on alcohol or drugs. You may be experiencing withdrawal symptoms when you’re not using, resulting in the time between using becoming less and less as you crave it more frequently.
If you’re experiencing any of these signs, it’s vital that you seek help immediately before it gets any worse. Whilst it may seem impossible, our rehab for drug and alcohol abuse can help you to overcome your addiction indefinitely. Don’t let this disease take over your life, act now.
Our drug and alcohol aftercare programme
At our drug and alcohol rehab in Heanor, we ensure that all of our clients receive the highest level of care and support whilst staying in our luxurious accommodation. We’re very proud of our expert team who are dedicated to supporting your journey to long-term recovery. Many of them have experienced drug and alcohol rehabilitation themselves, so can truly understand how to help you through this process.
After completing your residential addiction treatment programme which normally lasts around 28 days, you will of course return home to continue your recovery. We have a dedicated aftercare team who will continue to provide you with essential support, particularly focusing on your drug and alcohol relapse prevention to avoid any relapses.
This drug and alcohol aftercare programme are completely free and is included for the first 12 months after leaving our rehab in Heanor to give you the greatest opportunity of achieving your long-term recovery goals.
By successfully completing our 28-day residential programme, followed by our 12-month aftercare programme, you’ll have the best chance to live a life free from alcohol or drugs. Call us today on 01908 489 421 or email us at firstname.lastname@example.org.
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While relapse may come across as a negative, as a failure of addiction recovery, it is in fact the opposite. If you’ve progressed through a drug and alcohol rehabilitation programme, reaching the other side as a recovering addict, you’ve achieved your initial goal of becoming clean. However, long-term maintenance of…Read More