If you’re suffering from an addiction to alcohol or drugs, you’ll know only too well the devastation that it causes to many aspects of your life.
Possibly the most noticeable affect is the toll it takes on your physical and psychological health, and how quickly your well-being can deteriorate as a result of drug or alcohol addiction.
You’re at much higher risk of developing liver disease, heart disease, diabetes, depression, anxiety, and even suicide if you continue to abuse alcohol or drugs.
Not only does addiction severely impact your physical and psychological health, but it can also destroy your meaningful relationships with family and friends as the thing you care most about is your next fix. As you’re consumed by your addiction, everything is less important.
This can lead to poor performance at work, potentially even resulting in a dismissal, adding to your financial problems as fuelling as addiction to alcohol or drugs is very expensive. There is no situation where addiction is acceptable, it causes an onslaught of problems for every aspect of your life; don’t let this continue.
Put a stop to your addiction today by contacting our drug and alcohol rehab in Staveley and begin your journey to long-term recovery.
Are you ready to join our rehab for drug and alcohol abuse?
It’s very common for people who are suffering from an addiction to alcohol or drugs to be in denial about their condition. We appreciate it can be a very difficult thing to admit and to even accept yourself.
If you’re downplaying your symptoms or are unsure whether you’d benefit from a private drug and alcohol rehab, we’re here to tell you that there’s no addiction too mild which wouldn’t benefit from professional support. The longer you leave it, the worse it will get, potentially leaving you with life-changing damage.
If you’re still not convinced, there are some common signs and symptoms to help you identify a drug or alcohol addiction, whether that’s for yourself or for a loved one.
- Do you have the urge to consume alcohol or drugs even though you’re entirely aware of the damage it can cause?
- Do you feel unable to reduce or stop your intake or alcohol or drugs no matter how hard you’ve tried?
- Are you experiencing physical or psychological health problems such as significant weight loss, skin sores, bloodshot eyes, headaches, confusion, or inability to focus?
- Do you feel withdrawal symptoms when you’re not consuming alcohol or drugs?
- Have your relationships with family or friends become strained as a result of your addiction?
If you’ve answered yes to any of the above, it’s highly likely that you’re suffering from an addiction to alcohol or drugs and require immediate professional support.
You must take back control over your life and create a future free from addiction, otherwise you might not have a future to look forward to.
What addiction treatments do we offer at our rehab in Staveley?
We have a thorough and structured pre-screening process which helps us to understand you and your addiction on a deeper level. This unique insight allows us to design the most beneficial residential addiction treatment to suit your specific needs.
Our personalised treatment programmes are highly effective and have a fantastic rate of success. They include a carefully selected mix of well-being and psychological therapies to ensure you receive a holistic approach to your addiction treatment.
We deliver cognitive behavioural therapy, also known as CBT, which works by changing the way you think about alcohol or drugs, helping you to break down bigger problems into more manageable pieces.
Other psychological therapies we offer include drug and alcohol relapse prevention, stress management, and individual, group or family counselling. These are then combined with our well-being focused therapies such as relaxation and sleep management, art therapy, fitness therapy, and diet and nutritional therapy.
We also recommend a drug and alcohol detoxification in most cases as it’s the most effective way to rid your body of harmful toxins.
Are you concerned about a loved one?
Perhaps you’ve noticed changes in behaviour from a friend or family member and are concerned that they could be suffering from drug or alcohol addiction. If this is the case and you’re struggling to encourage them to open up to you, you can utilise our friend and family referral service or intervention process to help them see that they would benefit from rehab for drug and alcohol abuse.
Whilst your loved one may be reluctant at first, seeking support on their behalf can be the most valuable and rewarding thing you could ever do for them.
Once you get in touch with our referral team, we can advise the next steps which need to be taken. We’ll talk you through the entire process to ensure you’re comfortable with how it all works before requesting further details on the addiction in question.
We can then make the necessary arrangements and hopefully guide your loved one along our treatment journey to achieve a long-term recovery.
Do we offer a drug and alcohol aftercare programme?
All of our clients benefit from a free 12-month drug and alcohol aftercare programme once you’ve completed your residential addiction treatment.
During your first year upon returning home is when you’re most likely to relapse as you adjust to putting everything you’ve learnt at our rehab for drug and alcohol abuse into real life practise.
We have dedicated helplines to offer support whenever you need it, we can also arrange ongoing drug and alcohol relapse prevention sessions if necessary. Our aim is to help you stay motivated and positive throughout your aftercare, and of course to avoid any potential relapses.
If you have additional questions or would like our team to alleviate any concerns you may have, then please call us today on 01908 489 421 or email us at email@example.com.