In the UK, addiction to alcohol or drugs still has a stigma attached to it. Many people still view addiction as a weakness, which can make it even more difficult to admit that you need professional support. There is no need to feel embarrassed or ashamed about asking for help, it’s actually an extremely brave thing to do.

Drug or alcohol abuse can happen to anyone, no matter what your background or current lifestyle is; it’s an illness which requires urgent attention. If left untreated, addiction to alcohol or drugs will only become more severe. It’s imperative that you seek support as soon as you’re aware of any symptoms linked to drug or alcohol abuse.

Our rehab in Shropshire can provide you with this essential support and get your life back on track, free from addiction.

Drug and Alcohol Rehab Shropshire

If left untreated, addiction to alcohol or drugs will only become more severe. It’s imperative that you seek support as soon as you’re aware of any symptoms linked to drug or alcohol abuse.

Our rehab in Shropshire can provide you with this essential support and get your life back on track, free from addiction.

How does our rehabilitation centre work?

We appreciate how difficult it can be to ask for help, but once you do, we can begin your recovery journey. After you have made the courageous decision to join our drug and alcohol rehab, one of our addiction specialists will talk you through the various therapies we have available. Once we have reviewed your physical and psychological health, we can begin to design your personalised treatment programme including a combination of traditional and well-being therapies.

After abusing alcohol or drugs for a prolonged period of time, your body will become dependent on the substance. It’s important to reduce this intake gradually and safely in a secure environment like our rehab in Shropshire. This is why your stay with us will normally begin with a visit to our detox clinic to remove the harmful toxins from your system caused by alcohol or drugs. During a drug or alcohol detox, you’ll typically experience some withdrawal symptoms. These can range from mild headaches or nausea to more severe symptoms such as insomnia, seizures, or delirium tremens (DT’s); these more serious symptoms need to be met with immediate medical assistance.

It’s important that you don’t attempt to detox at home without any professional support as it has the potential to be quite a dangerous process. Our dedicated team provide you with 24/7 care and attention to ensure your safety throughout the whole treatment.

What addiction treatments do we offer?

Our personalised approach to addiction treatments means that you participate in the most beneficial therapies for your unique needs. We will conduct an assessment into your physical and psychological health to help us gain a better understanding into the nature of your drug and alcohol abuse. From there, we can build your programme, complete your drug or alcohol detox, and begin your psychological therapies.

A common therapy we include in most treatment programmes is cognitive behavioural therapy (also known as CBT). More often than not, cognitive behavioural therapy produces great results. It works by changing the way that you think about using alcohol or drugs as a coping mechanism. This therapy is based on the concept that your thoughts, feelings and actions are interconnected, negative thoughts can trap you in a vicious circle; if you don’t get out of this cycle, the damage could be irreversible.

Cognitive behavioural therapy helps you to deal with problems which could feel overwhelming in a much more positive way by breaking them down into more manageable pieces. Our qualified team also deliver 1:1 counselling, group and family counselling sessions, stress management, psychotherapy, and relapse prevention, in addition to well-being therapies such as mindfulness, art therapy, fitness therapy, diet and nutritional therapies, and relaxation and sleep management.

Our aim is to provide the highest quality treatments, reduce stress and ensure that we make our clients recovery process as comfortable and as effective as possible.

Why should you join our private rehab in Shropshire?

Here at Asana Lodge, we take pride in our leading addiction treatments, dedicated team of medical professionals and our luxurious facilities. As a private rehabilitation centre, we have the advantage of no waiting lists unlike free local health services such as the NHS. Unfortunately, due to the increased demand on the NHS, combined with their shrinking resources and funding, they’re unable to provide quick admission or effective personalised treatment programmes. As soon as you’re ready to join our drug and alcohol rehab, we’re ready to accept you. Our rehabilitation centre is the perfect place for you to recuperate and relax whilst achieving long-term recovery.

Not only do we help you live a life free from alcohol or drugs, but we also ensure you receive all the home comforts you could need whilst enjoying the privacy of your own private room. From taking care of your laundry and housekeeping to providing you with daily nutritious meals, you’ll feel as comfortable as possible in the homely environment which we’ve created. Its hugely beneficial to join a residential treatment centre like our rehab in Shropshire, as opposed to undergoing outpatient services or attempting to rehabilitate at home.

By removing yourself from your comfort zone, which is also where you’re used to abusing drugs or alcohol, you’re giving yourself the best opportunity to succeed in your recovery by being physically separated from the negative environment; the only thing left to focus on is your recovery journey.

What do you need to do to join our rehabilitation centre?

For our treatment programmes to be effective, you must want to change your negative behaviours. As long as you’re committed to turning your life around for the better, we’re here to help make a difference by giving you the tools needed to beat drug and alcohol abuse for good.

In addition to our comprehensive treatment programmes which last approximately 28 days, we also provide a free 12-month aftercare service for all our clients to help with relapse prevention and to maintain motivation.

The first thing you need to do is just give us a call on 01908 489 421.

You can speak with our dedicated team and ask any additional questions you may have about our addiction treatments.