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Not sure what to do about your drug and alcohol abuse? Here at Asana Lodge, we have an exceptional rehab in Lincolnshire which can you help you to achieve long-term recovery from drug and alcohol abuse.
If you’re not certain what a rehabilitation centre entails, we’re here to explain. Many people still have the wrong perception of what a drug and alcohol rehab is like, unfortunately, this can result in rehab being disregarding before it’s even really been considered as an option.
In some cases, people assume that rehab is exclusively for celebrities or those with heaps of money, whereas in reality, rehab is filled with normal people from all walks of life who just want support with their drug and alcohol abuse.
On the other hand, some people also perceive rehabilitation centres to be quite cold and clinical, which can be off-putting We can assure you that this couldn’t be further from the truth.
Our rehab in Lincolnshire exudes positivity with a warm and welcoming environment, run by an experienced, highly skilled team of addiction specialists.
We take pride in creating a safe haven for you to undergo your addiction treatment, providing all the home comforts you wish to ease your recovery journey.
How do you know if you need to visit a drug and alcohol rehab?
If your drug and alcohol abuse is taking its toll on your physical and psychological health, damaging your relationships with family and friends, and impacting your career, then it’s certainly time to seek professional support.
You may be prioritising your drug and alcohol abuse over more important factors or be consumed by the thought of your next ‘fix’ leaving you unable to concentrate on anything else.
These are all signs of serious substance abuse and require immediate attention.
In many cases we see, our clients haven’t realised the full extent of their drug and alcohol abuse before starting their journey to recovery.
No matter how mild you may think your condition is, it’s always beneficial to ask for help. If left untreated, drug or alcohol addiction will only worsen over time leaving you with potentially irreversible damage.
Contact our drug and alcohol rehab in Lincolnshire today before it’s too late.
What is it like at our rehabilitation centre?
Our years of experience, and professional studies, have shown that the most effective drug and alcohol treatment is delivered through personalised addiction treatment programmes. What makes these so effective, is that they’re completely bespoke to suit each client’s needs, containing a carefully selected mix of psychological and well-being therapies to achieve long-term recovery.
We begin by conducting an assessment to gain a better understanding of the nature of your drug and alcohol abuse, and to also look at your psychological and physical health. By doing this very early on, we have the best opportunity to learn more about you and your history with alcohol or drugs, which enables our specialist team to design the most effective treatment programme for you.
Our rehab in Lincolnshire utilises evidence-based, scientific methods to treat addiction for maximum success. It is, of course, a complex condition which can’t be treated with just one therapy or by using medication alone. Addressing your psychological links to drug and alcohol abuse is vital to overcoming it.
Do we offer clinical detoxification?
We provide all of our clients with a bespoke treatment programme featuring a combination of therapies to target all aspects of the drug and alcohol abuse. First of all, it’s quite likely that we’ll recommend a visit to our detox clinic in the early days of your stay with us.
This is an important process which removes all the harmful toxins from your body, cleansing your physical and psychological health, and enabling your subsequent therapies to take effect as they should.
Detoxification is a fairly straightforward treatment where your consumption of alcohol or drugs is gradually reduced. It’s crucial, however, that detox is undertaken in a safe and controlled environment like our rehab in Lincolnshire where our dedicated team supervise the process in its entirety.
If you were to attempt a drug or alcohol detox, not only is it likely to be ineffective, it’s also highly dangerous, particularly as you begin to experience withdrawal symptoms.
These can range from mild nausea and dizziness to more severe symptoms such as insomnia, seizures or even delirium tremens (DT’s) which require immediate medical attention. Despite the dangers surrounding detoxification, if managed in a professional rehabilitation centre, it can be a highly effective drug and alcohol treatment.
What other Addiction Treatments do we offer?
Once you’ve completed your drug or alcohol detox, you should be feeling much more motivated to continue your recovery journey.
You will now move onto the rest of your treatment programme which could include cognitive behavioural therapy, stress management, relapse prevention, individual, group or family counselling, in addition to our well-being focused therapies such as relaxation and sleep management, fitness therapy, art therapy, mindfulness, yoga, low-level laser therapy, acupuncture and acu-detox.
Following a bespoke programme which includes a carefully selected combination of the above therapies, will give you a great chance of succeeding in your recovery.
We also offer a bespoke aftercare programme to all of our clients for 12 months after they’ve left our rehabilitation centre. This is completely free and is there to benefit you upon your return home which can be quite difficult initially. The first year after you’ve completed your addiction treatment is the most crucial as it’s when you’re most likely to experience a relapse.
Our dedicated aftercare team help you to prevent any potential relapses, retain your motivation to recover and to celebrate your achievements.
We’re also able to recommend local support groups to aid your ongoing recovery such as Alcoholics Anonymous or Narcotics Anonymous, as well as providing additional support to your family and friends so that they can, in turn, help you.
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