Are you suffering from an addiction to drugs or alcohol in Royton? You should know that you are not alone and you will most likely benefit from treatment in one of our state-of-the-art drug and alcohol rehab centres.

If you or someone you know is struggling at the moment with an addiction, get in touch with us today so that we can start your recovery journey.

Drug and Alcohol Rehab Royton

We offer a variety of different treatment options for a huge range of drug and alcohol-related addictions. We offer progressive treatments that are tailored to suit the needs of the individual.

Our well-trained staff are here to take care of you every step of the way so you’ll never feel alone during your recovery from addiction.

 

Overcoming Your Denial

It can take a lot of inner strength to overcome denial when it comes to addictions. Unfortunately, denial is one of the main factors that will keep someone’s addiction going.

Without overcoming denial, addiction will only get worse and this is where addictions can easily spiral out of control.

Overcoming denial is your first step towards recovery from your addiction. If you are struggling to overcome denial, we encourage you to take some important steps towards acknowledging and accepting that you have a problem with addiction.

If you are here reading this today, then that is already a very good sign that you are aware of your addiction, and you are on your way to accepting that you have a problem with addiction.

The best thing you can do is get in touch with us today for free help and guidance and to get started with your addiction recovery.

Once you have finally accepted your addiction and overcome your denial, the next step is to seek treatment for your addiction. The most effective type of treatment for drug and alcohol addictions is residential rehab treatment.

This is where you are removed from your usual environment that is filled with triggers and habits and, instead, you are moved to a safe rehab centre where you can make a full recovery.

 

Do I Need to Attend Rehab?

There’s a very good chance that if you’re reading this article, you are most likely worried about your addiction and searching for help. However, if you still feel unsure as to whether or not you need rehab treatment, there are several psychological, physical, and behavioural signs that you can look out for.

Take a look at the lists of addiction symptoms below to help determine whether an addiction is present:

 

Psychological Addiction Symptoms

Below is a list of the psychological symptoms of addiction:

  • Sudden changes in mood
  • Pre-existing mental health conditions become much worse
  • Excessive anger
  • Low self-worth
  • Excessive anger
  • Low self-esteem
  • Fatigue
  • Problems with memory
  • Paranoia
  • Poor judgements
  • Easily agitated
  • Problems with concentration
  • Problems with focus

 

Behavioural Addiction Symptoms

Below is a list of the behavioural symptoms of addiction:

  • Secretive
  • Overly defensive
  • Financial problems
  • Not attending work or education
  • Relationship problems
  • Avoiding social events
  • Avoiding responsibilities
  • Unable to stop using the substance in question
  • No interest in old hobbies or activities
  • Still taking drugs or drinking despite knowing the negative consequences

 

Physical Addiction Symptoms

Below is a list of the physical symptoms of addiction:

  • Irregular sleep patterns
  • Sudden changes in weight
  • Lack of personal hygiene

Many of the above symptoms may not be noticeable by the individual right away. It’s likely that your friends and family may notice a lot of these symptoms earlier than yourself.

If your friends or family have expressed concerns about your health or your substance abuse, it’s a good idea to listen to them and take action by getting in touch about residential rehab treatment before the problems get any worse.

 

Overcoming Your Addiction

Every single addiction is different and each person with an addiction will require a unique set of treatments. The treatments will depend on the person and addiction recovery is a different story for everyone.

Everyone has different circumstances that have to lead them to addiction. Treatments will be bespoke and based on a number of factors including how someone became an addict, how often they take the substance in question, how much of the substance they consume, what the substance is, and why they ended up taking it in the first place.

All of the above will be taken into account when deciding on an appropriate treatment plan in rehab. Treatments will focus on each individual point so that every single aspect of the addiction is addressed and treated appropriately.

Overcoming addiction can be quite a long journey and the thought of recovery might be worrying for some addicts. The most important thing that you can remember as an addict is that the outcome will most definitely be much better than where you’re at right now.

Rehab offers you a second chance at life and that is absolutely worth the time and effort that needs to be put into your recovery program. Recovery from addiction means that you’ll go on to live a much happier and healthier life.

In order to make a full recovery from addiction, you must really want to succeed with your recovery. Unless you fully want to recovery, you will struggle to get through the treatment plan.

Addictions can trick your brain into thinking that you need drugs or alcohol to survive. This can lead some people to not really want to recovery deep down.

Without really wanting to overcome your addiction, you will struggle to complete your treatment plan effectively. It’s important that you go into rehab with the right mindset and the right motivation.

 

The Symptoms of Withdrawal

When you start to recover, you will most likely begin to experience some withdrawal symptoms. Although these can be difficult at the time, it’s important to remember that they won’t last forever.

Below is a list of the main symptoms of withdrawals from drugs or alcohol:

  • Heart palpitations
  • Headaches
  • Nausea
  • Hallucinations
  • Anxiety
  • Depression
  • Paranoia
  • Vomiting
  • Trembling
  • High blood pressure
  • Seizures
  • Irregular heartbeat

Although these can seem scary, if you detox in a rehab centre, you will be surrounded by staff who can give you medications to help with the symptoms if needed, so you won’t need to worry at all.