If you’re looking for drug and alcohol rehabilitation centres, we can help. With centres located across the UK, you’re never far from rehab for drug and alcohol abuse.
We understand that seeking help for you addiction can be extremely challenging, which is why we want to make that process as smooth as possible.
With an experienced team, a number of which are recovering addicts themselves, can help guide you through the admittance process and support you throughout your rehab.
At Asana Lodge, we recognise that every recovery is a personal journey, which is why we tailor each treatment programme to the individual.
Let us help you turn your life around, by contacting our friendly and supportive team today.
Will Rehab Work For Me?
The idea of drug and alcohol rehabilitation may seem like a daunting prospect. You may have already tried drug and alcohol detoxification at home and failed.
You may have a great support network and you may even attend AA meetings, but sometimes residential addiction treatment is what’s required to break that habit.
You may never have thought, in a million years, that you’d end up in rehab, but it’s more common than you think. No matter the severity of your addiction, all substance abuse requires professional treatment to overcome.
Having trained professionals help you detox and deal with the causes of your addiction can mean the difference between temporary release from the addiction and long term recovery. At Asana Lodge, you’ll be guided by expert professionals every step of the way.
Do I Need Rehab For Drug And Alcohol Abuse?
Addiction is defined as something you have no control over doing, but which causes you harm. Anyone can become an addict, no matter your social circumstances. Addictions can also form from a variety of activities, such as shopping, work, gambling and alcohol and drugs.
What makes addiction so challenging to overcome is the entanglement with your physical and psychological health. For most people, mental health issues can cause and be created by addiction.
That’s why we also present a dual diagnosis to our patients to ensure that every treatment plan caters for the mind and body in recovery.
Anything from childhood trauma, PTSD, anxiety, depression and stress can all cause addictions to form. At first, you may think that you can control your addiction, but you couldn’t be further from the truth. Addiction takes over lives, isolates the addict and slowly tears down their world.
No matter the severity of your addiction, if you see the warning signs, it’s vital you seek help.
Why Should I Choose Residential Treatment?
When searching for drug and alcohol rehab near me you may be daunted by the amount of search results you encounter. The two main different types of treatment you’ll find will be outpatient and inpatient, or residential, treatment.
You may think that outpatient treatment is the most ideal form of treatment, as you can recover whilst staying at home. During the day you’ll attend a detox clinic or therapy sessions and at evenings and weekends you’ll return home.
For some, this type of treatment works effectively, especially if the individual has a strong support network.
However, outpatient treatment provides no distance from the negative influences that drive your addiction, making it particularly challenging and even impossible for some.
Residential addiction treatment, on the other hand, provides distance from you and your toxic lifestyle. You’ll be admitted to a drug and alcohol rehabilitation centre, where you’ll stay for 28 days whilst receiving your treatment.
Luxury accommodation and all meals are included during your stay and depending on where you choose to go, a variety of facilities are available for you to make the most of during your recovery process.
What Can I Expect At Asana Lodge?
Upon arrival at Asana Lodge, you’ll undergo a full medical examination, whereby our team of medical professionals will assess your physical and psychological health. You’ll work with these professional to design your treatment programme for your stay.
The first step of any rehab is drug and alcohol detoxification. It’s vital that you’ve a clear mind for your therapy treatment, so your consumption levels must be reduced until your body is free from the substance.
Withdrawal symptoms are common at this stage and the more severe your addiction, the more severe your withdrawal symptoms are likely to be.
However, at Asana Lodge, you’ll receive round the clock care and, where required, prescription drugs can be provided to help make you more comfortable.
We would always recommend that detox is only undertaken in a medically supervised environment, as the withdrawal symptoms can become dangerous if they’re not managed. We would, therefore, never recommend that you try detoxing at home.
Once your detox is complete you’ll start your therapy treatment. Cognitive Behavioural Therapy is the most common type of therapy used to treat addiction, as it identifies the causes of addiction and works with you to develop coping strategies and more positive habits.
All of our treatment programmes offer holistic practices alongside detox and therapy to help you develop a healthier lifestyle before re-entering your daily life. It’s likely you’ll have access to some of the following at Asana Lodge:
- Individual Therapy
- Group Therapy
- Art Therapy
- Motivational Sessions
- Dietary plan from onsite nutritionalist
- Mindfulness Therapy
- Fitness Activities
- Family Therapy
Once you’ve successfully completed your rehab you’ll receive a drug and alcohol relapse prevention plan to help you maintain your long term recovery.
Since the first 12 months after rehab are the most critical, we provide all of our patients with 12 months free aftercare to give you the best possible chance of rebuilding an alcohol and drugs free future.
Admitting to your addiction is often the hardest step of recovery, but once you managed to overcome your denial, we’re here to help you recover.
All you have to do is contact our team for a free and confidential initial consultation, whereby we’ll ask you about your addiction, lifestyle and medical history, and we’ll advise you on the best treatment options for you in Nottinghamshire.
Contact our dedicated team of experienced professionals today and we’ll help you rebuild your life so you have a future to look forward to.