Are you worried that someone you love could be suffering from an addiction to alcohol or drugs? Or maybe it’s you that’s struggling to overcome an addiction? In either case, now is the time to seek help.

Drug and Alcohol Rehab Truro

Our drug and alcohol rehab Truro can offer the very best drug and alcohol rehab treatments to help you achieve a long-term recovery. If you’re seeking help on behalf of a loved one, we can arrange a family or friend intervention if necessary.

This has proven to be a great way to help the person in need to recognise that they critically need professional support and encourages them to join a residential rehab.

Call us today on 01908 489 421 or email us at info@asanalodge.com. Even if you’re not completely ready to commit to our full rehabilitation programme, we’re more than happy to speak with you and answer any questions you may have about our private drug and alcohol rehab.

 

How does Addiction impact your life?

A drug addiction or alcohol addiction impacts your life in more ways than you can imagine. If you’ve been living with the awful effects of substance abuse for some time now, you’ll be all too familiar with how devastating it can be.

Possibly the most noticeable impact that addiction to alcohol or drugs has is on your physical health. Even short term substance abuse can quickly change your physical appearance, making your eyes bloodshot, your skin pale, and you could significantly gain or lose weight in an unhealthy amount of time.

Drug or alcohol addiction also has a dramatic effect on your mental health, sometimes damaging it beyond repair if you don’t seek help soon enough. These substances can alter the make-up of your brain, making you more susceptible to developing anxiety, depression, stress, and leaving you at much higher risk of suicide.

As your physical and psychological health deteriorates, your ability to function effectively also gets worse. This can be most noticeable at work when you’re required to perform to a certain level. As your performance worsens, it’s likely to be picked up on by your team which could potentially result in a dismissal.

Addiction can also considerably impact your financial stability, especially if you’re having issues at work. It’s a very expensive habit to fuel which has led some people to committing crimes just to pay for their next ‘fix’. This is not a road you want to go down; our team can help you to avoid this.

When you’re living with an addiction to alcohol drugs, it can take over your mind. You’re likely to feel quite antisocial, therefore reluctant to socialise with anyone or spend meaningful time with another person at all.

This can be very tough for your loved ones; they might not even know the reason behind your behaviour to begin with so it’s important that you try to open up to them and let them in on what you’re going through.

 

What is Our Admissions Process?

Once you feel as though you’re ready to fully commit yourself to giving up alcohol and drugs for good, we’re ready to welcome you into our rehabilitation centre. You will typically begin your drug and alcohol rehab treatments within 48 hours of your initial contact.

We will take you through a pre-screening assessment where we can review your physical and psychological well-being. This is also a great opportunity for us to get to know each other and discuss the underlying reasons of your addiction which will help us to create the most suitable programme that’s personalised for you.

Studies have shown that in addition to joining a residential rehab where you’re free from any external distractions, following a personalised treatment programme will also give you the greatest chance of succeeding in your long-term recovery.

Once you’re happy to proceed, we will welcome you into our rehab centre with open arms. A member of our friendly recovery team will take you through your induction and ensure you’re familiarised with your own private room and your new surroundings.

We’re aware there are some preconceptions when it comes to what rehab centres are like, however, we can assure you that our drug and alcohol rehab Truro is a warm, friendly, and relaxing environment where you’ll find heaps of positivity and motivation.

Once you’re settled in, a visit to our detox clinic is usually one of the first steps. We highly recommend detoxification as it’s widely regarded as the most effective way to break your physical connection to alcohol or drugs. Whilst detoxification can be an uncomfortable process, by undergoing this at our residential rehab, you’re in the most capable hands to ensure a smooth experience.

Our medical team are on hand 24/7 to help you with the inevitable withdrawal symptoms. These can range from mild nausea, dizziness, and headaches to more severe symptoms such as insomnia, seizures, or delirium tremens (DT’s).

In the case of these more serious effects, it’s important that you have people around you who can request urgent medical support. It’s for this reason that any attempts at a home detox can be very dangerous, even fatal.

 

What kind of Therapies to we deliver?

After completing your detoxification, we can move onto your psychological and well-being therapies. We always make sure that every client receives a combination of both to maximise the recovery results.

Some of the therapies we deliver include stress management, cognitive behavioural therapy, dialectical behavioural therapy, individual, group, or family counselling, relapse prevention, art therapy, nutritional supplement therapy, fitness therapy, mindfulness, yoga, music therapy, relaxation and sleep therapy, and low-level laser therapy.

All of this concludes with our complimentary 12-month aftercare service where our dedicated aftercare team will continue to support your recovery journey upon your return home. Now is the time to invest in yourself and change your future for the better.

Call us today on 01908 489 421 or email us at info@asanalodge.com to begin this life-changing experience.