If you’re reading this, then hopefully you’ve acknowledged that you need professional support for your drug addiction or alcohol addiction, or you’re seeking support for a loved one.
Asking for help is an extremely brave thing to do and should not be seen in any way as a weakness. Seeking out support from a drug and alcohol rehab is the first step, you then must be physically and mentally prepared to take on this life-changing experience which can be very challenging.
As long as you’re determined to turn your life around and prepared to listen to the guidance of our addiction specialists, then we can provide you with the necessary tools to overcome your battle with addiction.
Get In Touch
Are you suffering from a Drug or Alcohol Addiction and need help? If so, Asana Lodge is a leading UK based expert 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 call-back by clicking on the below form.
Our admissions team are more than happy to discuss the various treatment options we have available and alleviate any concerns you may have about our rehabilitation process.
If you’re happy to proceed after your initial conversation with our team, we can arrange a pre-screening assessment with you which gives us the opportunity to design the most effective addiction treatment for your unique needs.
We can then welcome you into our drug and alcohol rehab Thamesmead Moorings within 48 hours, ensuring you maximise your opportunity to utilise our facilities and achieve a successful long-term recovery.
Signs and Symptoms of Drug or Alcohol Addiction
Many people who suffer from drug addiction or alcohol addiction struggle to come to terms with their condition. They often attempt to hide their addiction from friends and family and can even be in denial about their suffering.
It’s only natural to downplay these negative signs and symptoms so we must try to understand what they’re going through as best we can. If you’re not sure whether your addiction warrants a visit to private drug and alcohol rehab then we want to emphasise there’s no addiction too mild or too severe; everyone should seek addiction treatment as soon as possible before it gets any worse.
If you have concerns about a loved one or if you need some reasoning that you really do require addiction treatment, then these are some common signs and symptoms to lookout.
- Do you consume alcohol or drugs at any point throughout the day?
- Are you confident that you have control over your substance abuse?
- Do you experience any withdrawal symptoms when you’re consuming alcohol or drugs?
- Has your physical or psychological well-being been negatively impacted?
- Have your relationships with family and friends broken down because of your addictive behaviours?
Addiction Treatment Options in Thamesmead Moorings
There’s a wide variety of treatment options available to you. It can sometimes feel quite overwhelming when you’re sifting through these options and trying to understand what’s best for you. Firstly, you can look into receiving free or low-cost addiction treatment with local health services such as the NHS.
This option may sound attractive but realistically, you’ll be added to a long waiting list to receive a generic treatment programme, simply because the NHS is sadly so underfunded and overstretched.
Alternatively, you can join a private drug and alcohol rehab like ours in Thamesmead Moorings. We take great pride in our high success rate of recoveries utilising evidence-based therapies included within personalised treatment programmes.
We’ve worked hard to create an experienced and qualified team of addiction specialists who are motivated to help you every step of the way along your journey to long-term recovery. Don’t let the word private put you off, we have treatment options available for different budgets which have proven to be much more effective than the generic addiction treatment programmes provided by local health services.
You will then need to decide whether it’ll be more beneficial for you to join outpatient rehab or inpatient rehab; this is really dependent on your personal circumstances.
The difference between the two is that outpatient rehab means you’ll remain to stay at home whilst visiting our rehab in Thamesmead Moorings on a daily basis to receive addiction treatment, whereas inpatient rehab requires the individual to stay at our private drug and alcohol rehab overnight for the duration of their addiction treatment.
Drug or alcohol relapse prevention is frequently delivered at our rehabilitation centre. It’s one of the most important tools you can return home with once you’ve completed your addiction treatment.
Our fantastic team can help you to identify the underlying causes of your drug or alcohol addiction so that you’re able to recognise the triggers thus preventing a relapse.
What is Outpatient Rehab?
To join outpatient rehab means that you’ll remain staying at home whilst visiting our drug and alcohol rehab Thamesmead Moorings each day to receive your addiction treatment. This is the main difference between outpatient rehab and inpatient rehab, as with inpatient rehab, you stay overnight at our rehabilitation centre until you’ve completed your programme. Both treatment options have their own advantages and disadvantages, whichever works best for you will be dependent on your own circumstances and the nature of your addiction.
What are the withdrawal symptoms associated with Detoxification?
We appreciate that drug or alcohol detoxification can be an unpleasant experience, however, it’s an essential process within most people’s rehabilitation. The discomfort of detoxification generally comes from the withdrawal symptoms which could include intense perspiration, the shakes, feeling anxious, feeling depressed, insomnia, feeling restless and irritable, hallucinations, seizures, and delirium tremens (the DT’s). By completing a detox under the supervision of an expert team and within the safe environment of our drug and alcohol rehab Thamesmead Moorings, you’ll be giving yourself the best opportunity to achieve your long-term recovery.
What happens after Rehabilitation?
Although the duration of each person’s addiction treatment programme will vary, we typically suggest a 28-day programme. Upon completing this addiction treatment at our rehabilitation centre, you will return home to continue your recovery journey with the support of our dedicated aftercare team. Just as your addiction treatment was personalised, so will your aftercare plan. We will offer dedicated helplines, access to local support groups and ongoing therapy sessions as required.