Are you an individual who’s spending your days and nights struggling with a drug addiction and/or an alcohol addiction? Are you concerned about the fact that your dependency upon narcotics and/or alcohol is become progressive worse leading you to have less control over your life?
Are you also finding that your addictive disorder is having a negative effect on your physical and mental health as well as your place in society?
If the answer to any of these questions is “yes,” then you need to reach out to Asana Lodge and start taking advantage of their residential, professional drug and alcohol rehab in March today.
Suffering from a long-standing, or even newfound, addiction can leave you feeling alienated, shameful, and fill you with a sense that there is no way out of the place that you find yourself in.
However, Asana Lodge have years and years of experience helping individuals in dire straits overcome their obstacles and start living sober and successful lives free from the shadow of their addiction.
While it is never too late to reach out to us, the earlier you start treatment at a residential rehab the better your chances will be of rectifying the long-term, life-limiting effects that a drug addiction or alcohol addiction can bring about upon your body and mind.
You can call Asana Lodge today, even just for a no-obligation chat about the processor recovery, on 01908 489 421. Our understanding helping staff will be able to give you any judgement-free advice or assistance you need in regards to addiction treatment.
Additionally, we can also provide resources and assistance with setting up an intervention for a friend or loved one who may be struggling with drug and alcohol abuse, simply enquire about our family and friend referrals via the phone number above.
Why Is Seeking Out The Best Possible Addiction Treatment So Important?
As is only to be expected, if you do no seek out treatment for your drug addiction or alcohol addiction soon, then the hold that your addiction has over you will only grow stronger — with your addiction also wreaking progressively more havoc with your health and your relationships with others.
A lot of emphasis is normally placed upon the physical and mental side-effects of addiction, but addiction also takes a shocking toll upon your relationships with those who are closest to you as well as your social standing.
As your daily life becomes ever-more focussed upon the pursuit of that next “fix” or alcoholic drink, you will slowly start to neglect your family, friends, work, and everything that you hold dear.
A lot of addicts will not even realise the damage that they are doing to their relationships until they are on the brink of ruin.
Furthermore, as an addiction takes bigger and bigger hold of you, your employment will likely be thrown into question which will only exacerbate the financial woes that can come with an addiction as you spend more and more money in the pursuit of the substance that you feel you need above all else.
The physical side-effects that are commonly associated with long-term drug and alcohol abuse include such ailments as: lung damage, liver illnesses, long-term heart conditions, cancer, strokes, as well as muscle fatigue, tremors, and much more.
Psychological side effects are also very common with addictive disorders, include he likes of anxiousness, depression, insomnia, to name a few.
Furthermore, while some addictive disorders can cause people to manifest mental health illnesses, there are some instances where a mental health illness may also be present before the addiction takes hold, only making itself apparent when that individual is in recovery and stops consuming narcotics and/or alcohol. In such instances, Asana Lodge’s drug and alcohol treatment centres are able to administer dual-diagnosis treatment.
Dual-diagnosis treatment, as the name may suggest is a form of treatment which enables us to treat both your addictive disorder and mental health illness simultaneously.
Dual-diagnosis will be implemented effectively throughout the entirety of your course of treatment with us and improve your overall quality of recovery post-rehab.
Behavioural Therapy As The Key To Recovery
Cognitive behavioural therapy (CBT) and dialectical behavioural therapy (DBT) are two of the most important forms of treatment that you will experience across the duration of your time at our facility — most treatment plans at our centres last for 28-days.
These behavioural therapies will enable us to help you re-structure your brain’s relationship with substance abuse.
Professional psychotherapy treatments are one of the main reason why rehab treatment is so effective compared to simply trying to overcome your substance abuse disorder on your own.
Without addressing the underlying psychological factors which are propagating the cycle of addiction that you keep falling prey to, then there is little-to-no hope that you will be able to live a sober life free from relapsing.
In order to make sure that you achieve the most effective recovery, we will also administer other psychological intervention treatments such as the likes of: one-to-one/individual therapy sessions, group therapy sessions, family drug support (for those looking to repair damaged relationships with loved ones as a part of their treatment), and relapse prevention training.
Physical Therapy And Complimentary Aftercare Programme
Addictive disorders do not simply influence a person’s mental health, but also their physical health. One of the main ways that we will administer physical treatment throughout the duration of your treatment at Asana Lodge’s rehabilitation centre, will be medically-assisted drug and alcohol detox at our detox clinic.
With the combined effects of our various physical and psychological treatments, we are confident that you will be ready to resume your life post-rehab while being in control of your past addiction.
However, we completely understand how hard the adjustment back to everyday life can be without support, so we offer everyone who comes through our programmes a one-year complimentary aftercare programme so that you can stay on the straight and narrow.