If you’re living in Seaford and suffering with a drug or alcohol addiction, then we can help you.

Drug and Alcohol Rehab Seaford

Here at Asana Lodge, we provide leading scientific treatment options in state of the art accommodation to help you achieve long-term recovery. Turn your life around today and commit to your recovery by contacting our friendly and supportive team.

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Are you suffering from a Drug or Alcohol Addiction in Seaford and need help? If so, Asana Lodge are leading UK based experts in Private Drug and Alcohol Rehabilitation Treatment. Find out how we can help by getting in touch with our friendly team today. You can either call our confidential helpline or request a callback by clicking on the below form.

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What is Addiction?

Addiction is defined as something you do that you have no control over, despite the fact that it causes you harm. It can happen to anyone and people become addicted to a variety of substances and activities, including, but not limited to; alcohol, drugs, gambling, work, sex, the internet and shopping.

The term addiction stems from a Latin word that translates to the notion of enslavement, which aptly describes the nature of addiction. This hold that an adduction has on a person, means that addiction often intertwines with mental health issues, since it creates an isolating, unhealthy lifestyle.

Spotting your own or a loved one’s addiction is particularly difficult, since addiction is shrouded in denial, but there are some signs you can look out for, these include:

  • Increased isolation
  • New circle of friends
  • Increased secrecy
  • Irritability
  • Anxious and/or depressed
  • Problems sleeping
  • Bloodshot eyes
  • Blotchy skin

If you think that you or a loved one is suffering from an addiction, it’s imperative that you seek professional help as soon as you can.

 

How to treat an Addiction

You may think that you can simply detox at home and recover from your addiction. Maybe you have some friends that said they would help or join you for the detox, or you’re planning on attempting to detox on your own.

We would always recommend that you seek professional help and detox only under medical supervision.

Depending on the length and severity of your addiction, you’ll experience withdrawal symptoms when you detox, which is why it’s important that you only proceed with the right medical care.

Drug or alcohol detox is not the only form of treatment that is required to make a full,  long-term recovery. Mental health is just as important as your physical health, which is why therapy is a vital aspect of your recovery at Asana Lodge.

Cognitive Behavioural Therapy (CBT) is one of the most common types of therapy used to treat addiction. CBT works through psychoeducation, whereby you’re retrained to develop more positive thought processes and habits.

Through this process you’ll gain an understanding of your addiction, its triggers and how to manage the cravings in day-to-day life.

 

Drug and Alcohol Rehab in Seaford

If you’re searching for alcohol and drug rehab near me, then chances are you’ve already overcome your denial and ready to commit to long-term recovery.

However, you may feel daunted by the amount choice you have when it comes to rehab in Seaford and the surrounding areas.

The biggest decision you will have to make is whether you opt for outpatient or inpatient treatment. The main difference is that outpatient treatment is conducted at a clinic, whilst you live at home, whereas inpatient treatment, sometimes called residential treatment, requires you to live onsite whilst you receive your treatment.

Now, you might be thinking that outpatient treatment is definitely the right treatment for you, as it means you can recover whilst living at home and continue, to some degree, with your normal life.

However, we would encourage you to reflect on your own unique set of circumstances and consider every aspect of your treatment options.

Here at Asana Lodge, we provide residential inpatient treatment programmes. The benefit of residential treatment is that you gain distance from your toxic daily life, meaning that those negative influences that drive your addiction cannot impact on your recovery.

It’s important to give yourself the time to focus on the recovery or your mind and body in a safe and supportive environment. Only then can you foster sustainable long-term recovery.

Peer support is an integral aspect of successful recovery. Through both outpatient and inpatient treatment you’ll meet people who are going through, or who have been through similar experiences to you.

It’s these relationships that will help you through the hardest times and help you maintain your sobriety.

 

Why choose Asana Lodge

We understand that every recovery is a personal journey, which is why we will help you find the best treatment programme for your own personal needs. Through initial consultations we’ll help guide you and set up the most appropriate addiction treatment.

Upon arrival at one of our rehabilitation centres you’ll undergo a full medical assessment, to determine your physical and psychological wellbeing. From this assessment, our expert team will work with you to develop your personalised treatment programme for your 28 day stay.

With an onsite chef and luxury accommodation, you’ll feel as though you’ve checked into a wellness spa. Our centres are set up to provide you with home comforts, a safe and supportive environment and friendly, expert staff to care for you around the clock.

Our addiction treatments provide plenty of choice to suit everyone and include some leading scientific treatments, such as Intravenous Brain Restoration and the Satori Chair Therapy. These treatments are exclusive to Asana Lodge.

We believe that a holistic approach to treatment encourages a more well-rounded recovery, as it allows you to relax both your mind and body and develop more positive an healthy habits.

With this in mind, we provide a wide range of workshops and activities to help you develop a new and positive lifestyle.

Completing your rehab in Seaford is not the end of the journey, as committing to recovery means committing to a lifetime of long-term recovery. The first twelve months after rehab are, therefore, the most challenging and the most likely time that you may relapse, which is why we provide 12 month of free aftercare.

We’ll help you complete a relapse prevention plan and introduce you to local support groups that can offer you vital peer support. If needed, we can also provide further therapy as well as guidance and advice.

Get the help you by calling us today on 01908 489421.

 

Sources

https://www.nhs.uk/live-well/healthy-body/addiction-what-is-it/

https://www.tandfonline.com/doi/full/10.1080/16066359.2018.1543412

https://www.healthline.com/health/addiction#signs

https://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pmc/articles/PMC2897895/