Here at Asana Lodge, our private drug and alcohol rehab in Lutterworth can help you overcome your battle with addiction.
Our expert team are highly experienced in helping people achieve their long-term recovery goals from all kinds of addiction.
We have the knowledge and dedication to support your recovery from drug addiction, alcohol addiction, or gambling addiction, in addition to providing mental health support for conditions such as anxiety, depression, dual diagnosis, and PTSD & trauma.
There are many different types of addiction, many of which affect millions of people all over the world. It’s important to remember that addiction doesn’t discriminate, it can impact on any person, from any walk of life.
Anyone who is suffering from an addiction, should never feel as though they can’t ask for help. If you don’t seek help for your condition, the effects will only worsen over time, potentially leaving you with irreversible damage.
Contact our friendly team today on 01908 489 421 or email us at firstname.lastname@example.org.
How can Drug and Alcohol Rehab Treatments help you?
Living with any form of addiction is extremely debilitating to every aspect of your life. If you don’t seek support from a professional rehabilitation centre, then it’s almost impossible for you to ever overcome your addiction.
Whilst there’s a wide variety of treatment options available to you, a private drug and alcohol rehab in a residential setting, is certainly the most effective method.
It’s possible that you could opt for free drug rehab or alcohol rehab with local health services like the NHS, however, these treatment services aren’t very successful as there’s no personalisation, leaving you with a very generic treatment programme.
A great benefit of joining a private drug and alcohol rehab like ours in Lutterworth is the high level of personalisation you receive. All of our clients will go through a pre-screening assessment to review their physical and psychological health, but to also allow us to design the most beneficial treatment programme to suit each individuals’ specific needs.
This is a fantastic advantage of private drug and alcohol rehab and is one of the main contributors as to why they produce the greatest recovery rate.
Another reason why private drug and alcohol rehab is so beneficial, is that it provides you with a comfortable, recovery focused environment with no distractions, where you can successfully work towards your recovery goals.
Any attempts made to recover at home will likely end in disappointment with you feeling disheartened to try again, however, unless you join a residential rehab, you’re not giving yourself the best chance to succeed.
Do we offer Drug and Alcohol Detoxification?
As previously mentioned, all of our clients receive a completely bespoke treatment programme, but there are some common therapies which we include in most drug and alcohol rehab treatments as they’ve proven to be so effective; one of these is drug and alcohol detoxification.
The process of detoxification is where your alcohol or drug consumption is gradually reduced in a safe and structured way. This helps to prepare your body and mind for less and less substance abuse with the advantage of our expert team supervising you 24/7.
It’s almost impossible to attempt a detox at home alone, not to mention it can be extremely dangerous. The danger lies within the withdrawal symptoms which are likely to present themselves, these can range from mild sickness and headaches to severe insomnia, seizures and even delirium tremens (DT’s) which require urgent medical attention, thus highlighting the necessity for a residential rehab.
We appreciate that undergoing a drug and alcohol rehab is an uncomfortable experience, we wouldn’t recommend it if it weren’t such an integral aspect of achieving your long-term recovery.
How can you help a loved one who is suffering from an Addiction?
In many places, drinking alcohol is widely accepted as a social activity, particularly within the UK. We must be aware that this social drinking can quickly turn into excessive substance abuse leading onto a severe addiction
Similarly, with drug addiction, social groups can have a huge influence on whether or not you begin abusing the substance.
If you’re concerned that a friend or family member could be suffering from an addiction, it can be difficult to know what you can do to help. Our drug and alcohol rehab in Lutterworth offers a friend and family referral service where you can contact us confidentially to get the best advice for your loved one.
If needed, we can also arrange an intervention service where a member of our recovery team can act as a mediator to arrange an intervention. This service has proven to be very effective in the past, we highly recommend this if your loved one is struggling to come to terms with their addiction.
Your friend or family member could even be in denial about their addiction. It’s quite common for people in these situations to be unable to recognise that they need professional support.
If this is the case, then you can look out for some common symptoms such as anxiety, depression, sweats, dizziness, skin sores, difficult sleeping, shakes, redness of the face, feeling sick and fluctuating temperatures.
Do we offer Drug and Alcohol Aftercare?
Of course, aftercare is just as important as your drug and alcohol rehab treatments. All of our clients will receive a free aftercare programme for 12 months after leaving our rehab in Lutterworth. Just like our residential rehab treatment, your aftercare programme will also be personalised.
We can include relapse prevention, ongoing cognitive behavioural therapy, or any other sessions we believe to be beneficial.
We also recommend utilising local support networks such as Narcotics Anonymous or Alcoholics Anonymous to help with your continuous recovery journey. It’s a fantastic opportunity for you to share your concerns and achievements with people in similar situations to you.
If you have any more questions about our rehabilitation centre, need advice or support, we’re happy to alleviate any concerns you may have.