Being dependent on a substance is often overwhelming and can create multiple problems in your life. Not only does it affect your personal and professional life, but it can create a domino effect on your mental and physical health. All of this combined is a dangerous formula.

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Addiction is a disease. Addiction is best treated with drug and alcohol rehabilitation programmes by dedicated medical professionals. This offers you the best chance of recovery and long-term sobriety. However, you may be wondering if your addiction warrants rehab. You may not even know the severity of your addiction. So how can you tell?


Signs You Have an Addiction

Alcohol and drug addiction have many red flags. These signs should be evaluated as early as possible before the problem gets more severe. However, we will firstly take a deeper look at the things to look out for.

  •  Losing interest in work or daily tasks
  • Irritability
  • Anger or irrational feelings
  • Anxiety and depression
  • Stress
  • Lack of personal hygiene/dishevelled appearance


Why Choose Private Rehab?

Private drug and alcohol rehab offers you a comprehensive programme that would not be available via the public sector. Private rehab is complete care, from start to finish, including supplementary support following your time with us. This is known as an aftercare plan that focuses on preventing relapse and maintaining firm support.

Private rehab, known as inpatient alcohol and drug rehab, also allows you to remove yourself from the environment where the addiction began. You will stay with us, and all of your needs will be tended to. This includes a comfortable and luxurious room, activities, new surroundings, excellent cuisine and above all, 24/7 care and support, which is unmatched and can’t be found in any other type of rehab.

Private rehab seeks to offer you a complete package which enhances your mental health and removes the negatives from your mind and body.


The Detox Process

Detoxification is a 7- day process in which the patient will remove the toxins from their body. This process is carried out in a strict medical environment with a professional team. In this phase, you will have only minimal discomfort, which will be managed well by our medical team for a smooth-running drug and alcohol detox. Any withdrawal symptoms will be adequately managed.

Alcohol and drug detox is a highly successful weaning process. Once this phase is complete, you will have time to recuperate and continue on with your programme. This will be a series of therapies and treatments to heal your mental state. It will deal with underlying mental health issues, including depression and anxiety. You can take this at your own pace, with the comfort of our friendly and compassionate team.


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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.

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Drug and Alcohol Addiction Therapies

Many treatments are approached from a multidisciplinary perspective; psychological treatment is fundamental to the results of the interventions. Our tactics to remove addiction are world-renowned, and the main psychotherapy orientations that are the most beneficial are cognitive behavioural therapy, motivational therapy, and psychodynamic/interpersonal therapy. In addition, we focus heavily on effective family therapy, which will allow you to work through marital and family issues that may have contributed to your addiction.

Psychological treatments are helpful if they are adapted to each individual’s unique needs, which we pride ourselves greatly on. Each therapy offered is bespoke to your needs and will work through multiple issues, including:

  • Anxiety disorders, including panic disorder, obsessive-compulsive disorders etc
  • Depression, bipolar disorder
  •  Personality disorders
  •  PTSD (Post-traumatic stress disorder)
  • Psychotic disorders, including schizophrenia
  • Impulse-control disorders

When any of the above issues are addressed, it creates a foundation that leads to a successful outcome. With the help of our experienced team, we will gladly offer you all the support you need, focusing on building new trusts, rewiring your mind, and working through traumas that may be inhibiting recovery. You will be able to speak openly and truthfully.

Together we will be able to assist you in your quest for recovery and remove the worry about relapse. These treatments, all combined, are a winning formula for sobriety. They combine multiple principles.

  • Help self-reliance: We encourage you to have confidence in your inner strength and teach you coping mechanisms. You can deal with any triggers and learn to understand your emotions.
  • Accept resistance: It may take time to build trust, communicate well and accept that the path may be difficult at certain points, but know that you are not alone.
  • Avoid confrontation: We appreciate that addiction may have led to tense and difficult periods of time with loved ones. We want to encourage patients to slow down, and work through traumas, which is done by open communication with all parties.
  • Differentiate between reality and non-reality: We allow our patients to witness the difference between what is happening and what they think is happening as addiction tricks the mind. You will realise you are capable of finding new motivations and gaining a better emotional status.
  • Empathy and mental strength: We focus on helping our patients empathise with others and themselves. To learn how to encourage themselves, to learn to believe in themselves and ultimately remove the poor mental state that has led to addiction.

Private rehab offers many benefits, all of which you can take to the next phase of your life, whether a new career or returning to studies or the workplace. These lifelong tools will allow you to continue your positive mindset for the future.


How We Help You in Kidlington

Our facility at Asana Lodge is proud to build relationships, help you work through your mental health issues and give you better physical and mental health. If you’d like more information, please contact us via our online services or by calling 01908 489421. We are always here to help you.


Frequently Asked Questions

How beneficial is residential rehab?

Residential rehab can benefit you in a multitude of ways. Obviously our drug and alcohol rehabilitation plans are perfect for getting you clean and sober, but we also want to make sure that you are ready to get the most out of life once you are sober. We encourage our patients to engage with many different types of activities while they are staying at our drug and alcohol treatment centre as finding alternative outlets for your internalised emotions will contribute towards a relapse prevention plan in the long term.

What side effects could I experience during detoxification?

The process of withdrawal is, as alluded to above, not something to be taken lightly. Far too many people suffering from addiction have died from withdrawal symptoms in the past, so please do not become one of these tragically lost individuals. The side-effects associated with detoxification include the likes of: hand tremors, DTs (delirium tremens), sweating, nausea, hallucinations, seizures, depression, insomnia, fatigue, irritability, anxiousness, and more. Detoxification side-effects vary from person to person, which only serves to make them even more dangerous.

Can I refer a family member to drug and alcohol rehab?

Yes, absolutely. Asana Lodge offers a family and friend referral service for those worried about their loved one’s substance abuse. Our dedicated team can help family members through this difficult time, offering advice and guidance on the next steps to take. Throughout this process and beyond we offer family drug support as we understand that addiction affects many people beyond the addict.