Drug and alcohol rehab facilities have a very high success rate in helping people find long-term sobriety. If you are considering a rehab programme, it is important to look at some of the different options available at Asana Lodge.

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Drug and alcohol addiction can create numerous problems for your physical and mental health. This can go on to making devastating consequences in all areas of your life.

It is a courageous ad admirable decision to seek out help for addiction. It’s a decision you won’t regret. Contact us to get the help that you truly need and deserve.

For help with alcohol and drug addiction in Mitcham, you can find the very best places for inpatient and outpatient support here.

Rehabilitation starts with alcohol and drug detox. It will be followed by a series of therapies and treatments to eliminate the negative thought processes from your mind.

Rehab will assist you to find new pathways, away from the addictive substances.


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Detox and Therapy at Rehab

Alcohol and drug rehab offer tailored psychotherapeutic and group discussion therapies, as well as intensive support for withdrawal-related symptoms.

Here you will be able to focus on healing through art therapy, sports, and various other activities. Rehab will also help you to develop new perspectives for the future.

Drug and alcohol detox usually lasts around one week. This is dependent on the type and severity of your addiction.

The range of treatments includes complete withdrawal for any substance dependence, withdrawal from co-use, and complete withdrawal in the case of dependence on several substances.

Detox is completed in a medical environment with our professional team who continually provide support and guidance. Any symptoms of withdrawal will be managed for comfort through medically assisted detox.

Therapies and counselling sessions will be run at set times by professionals. During these sessions, you will delve into each issue, including tackling any anxieties and depression.

It is a collaborative experience to find a calmer mind and work through any issues that may be hindering your recovery. These therapies and counselling sessions will be comfortable, secure, and completely confidential.


Outpatient or Inpatient Rehab?

There are two types of rehab: inpatient and outpatient. The first is more intense than the latter but both have their merit dependent on your personal needs.

Inpatient rehab is a type of residential rehab, designed for patients to stay for the duration of a set programme. You will have your own place to sleep and you will have cooked food and activities to join daily.

Therapy and counselling sessions will happen during your stay until you are ready to reintegrate into the world again.

Inpatient drug and alcohol rehab has the highest success rate and it is ideal for people with more severe addictions. It allows you to remove yourself from the toxic environment you may have come from and it removes the ability to use the addictive substance again.

This time away will give you great assistance with your recovery. You will be able to gain new perspectives and meet new people. We offer 24/7 support so you will constantly have someone to talk to if needed.

Outpatient rehab offers you similar types of therapy and counselling, but without intensive support or any recreational activities and community.

Outpatient rehab may have long waiting lists, and you will not have the opportunity to remove yourself from the toxic environment. This could make your recovery longer however; you need to do what is in your best interest.

Outpatient rehab is less supportive in many areas and allows you to remain fully independent. For this reason, it doesn’t have a very high success rate. It is more likely that relapses will occur.


Counselling and Therapy

Various types of counselling can assist you in order to modify your behaviour and manage your worries.

Counselling will tackle any past and present traumas. The sessions will help you focus on the reasons that you began your journey with addiction.

Some of these treatments include:

  • Cognitive-Behavioural Therapy: This aims to help people recognise, avoid and deal with the situations where they are most likely to use drugs. It will help you to maintain inner strength and you will learn tools to manage your emotions and worries in high-stress situations.
  • Art Therapy: Art is a creative way to banish worries and troubles from your mind. Art can help you release tension, and create something to save or show others. Above all, it is a liberating and healing activity. It can relax the mind and disperse anxiety and depression.
  • Group Therapy Sessions: These seek to combat any issues within family members or friendships which may be affecting your ability to become clean and sober. Once these troubles are talked through, you and your family/friends can begin to heal collectively. They can also see your progress and learn tools to assist you on your journey after alcohol and drug rehab.
  • Positive Reinforcement and Aftercare Plan: These aftercare plans are the most important element of your recovery. Once you leave the facility, you will be able to focus on long-term support and rebuilding your life. This type of plan encourages sobriety and helps you sustain your new habits.


Support Available

It is important to know that you are never alone. If you are suffering from addiction, we appreciate the hardships that you are facing.

That is why it is important to find the right clinic. Thankfully, you do not have to face any decisions alone, and all your questions will be answered to ensure that you make the best possible choices for your needs.

To provide the best care possible, it is important to understand that no one treatment option is suitable for everyone.

We will be able to assist you in finding the right path to recovery. At Asana Lodge in Mitcham, we offer impeccable services and support that is adapted to meet your needs.


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We can provide targeted materials to facilitate the finding of quality treatment services. We appreciate the importance of finding a dynamic, accessible, available, and affordable treatment plan. Call us for an initial discussion on 01908 489 421.

That is why it is vital to start looking today. Don’t delay in getting the help that you need. If your situation is urgent or you are concerned about overdosing, then you can gain access to emergency admission.


Frequently Asked Questions

Is it safe to detox at home?

In short, no it is not safe to detox at home. Detoxification can present a whole host of negative side-effects for a person, so to do so without professional medical aid can result in very negative outcomes and even potentially lead to death. It should also be noted that most people who try to detox on their own end up relapsing due to the severity of the withdrawal side-effects. However, each time that you relapse, the withdrawal side-effects can be even worse the next time. Therefore, it is not only safer to experience withdrawal at our detox clinic, but it will also put you in better stead going forward.

How do I pick the right rehabilitation programme?

Ultimately the best programme is the one that suits your set of circumstances. It’s important to keep in mind your budget, whether you want to go through rehab on an inpatient or outpatient basis and if you wish to go to rehab close to or far away from your home. The need to get treatment might feel urgent but making a quick wrong decision will hamper future efforts at staying clean – so take the time to research.

What side effects could I experience during detoxification?

Side effects vary depending on the substance you are being weaned off and the severity of the addiction. Those undergoing detox can expect to experience withdrawal symptoms such as nausea, shakes, anxiety, trouble sleeping and increased sweating.