We offer personalised addiction recovery treatments to people in the Tynemouth area. If you are struggling with a drug or alcohol addiction, get in touch with our team to start your recovery journey today.

Drug and Alcohol Rehab Tynemouth

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Living with a drug or alcohol addiction can be extremely physically and psychologically draining. Substance abuse significantly impacts your health and well-being, and quickly deteriorates your visual appearance. Excessive drinking or drug-taking will leave you more prone to developing diabetes, liver disease, heart disease, stroke, paranoia, increased depression and anxiety, bipolarity, and loneliness.

Not only does addiction have such devastating effects on your physical and psychological health, but it can also have an awful impact on your relationships with loved ones, your career prospects, and your financial situation, leaving you in a very negative situation which can be difficult to get out of without professional support.

Whilst many people believe addiction to be a personal choice, this isn’t actually true. Addiction to alcohol or drugs has proven to be a disease which cannot simply be fixed with medication alone. Drug or alcohol addiction requires the expert knowledge of addiction specialists to help break your connection to the substance.

Prescribed medication may be administered to support your psychological therapies and clinical therapies throughout your rehabilitation journey, but medication alone isn’t the solution to overcoming such a complex disease as addiction.

Now is the time to seek out professional help from our drug and alcohol rehab Tynemouth; there’s no time to waste when it comes to creating a happier and healthier future.


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Inpatient or Outpatient Rehab

Once you’ve decided to begin your rehabilitation journey, you’ll need to choose between inpatient or outpatient rehab. Both of these treatment options have their advantages and disadvantages, there isn’t a right or wrong option it just really depends on what’s best for you. In most cases, people who suffer from severe drug or alcohol addiction, they’ll benefit more from inpatient rehab as they have the 24/7 support of a team of counsellors, therapists, doctors, nurses, etc.

If your symptoms of drug or alcohol addiction are milder or you need to be more flexible in your approach to rehabilitation, then outpatient may be more suitable. As an outpatient, you’ll remain at home whilst visiting a drug and alcohol rehab in Tynemouth each day to receive your addiction treatment. Whereas, if you join our alcohol and drug rehab clinic as an inpatient, you’ll spend the night at our residential rehab whilst undergoing your alcohol or drug addiction treatment plan.

When you join inpatient rehab, you have the added benefit of being able to physically detach yourself from your home environment which many people associate with their drug or alcohol addiction. By physically taking yourself out of this environment, you’ll be away from any distractions or negative influences, giving yourself the greatest opportunity to recover by putting all of your concentration and efforts into your recovery. This is the primary reason why we see the highest success rates from inpatient rehab in comparison to outpatient rehab.


Rehab Clinic Therapy Options

At our drug and alcohol rehab Tynemouth, we deliver evidence-based therapies which have all proven to be effective when treating addiction. Our team are experts in their field and are very proud to deliver such a diverse range of psychological, physical and well-being therapies to ensure there’s something that will benefit everyone, whatever stage they’re at in their addiction and recovery journey. Some of the most common psychological therapies we deliver include dialectical behaviour therapy (DBT), psychotherapy, cognitive behavioural therapy (CBT), stress management, individual, group or family counselling, and relapse prevention.

As well as our psychological therapies, we also put a lot of emphasis on the importance of offering therapies to support your general well-being. These well-being therapies include relaxation and sleep management, mindfulness, fitness therapy, music therapy, and art therapy.


Drug and Alcohol Relapse Prevention

Perhaps one of the most useful therapies we offer is drug and alcohol relapse prevention, particularly helpful when you return home after completing your addiction plan. Within your relapse prevention therapy sessions our team will help you to identify what the underlying cause of your addiction is which should then help you to recognise what the triggers are, thus avoiding a potential drug or alcohol relapse.

Our expert team will provide you with the knowledge and tools needed to continue your recovery journey at home with the full support of our dedicated aftercare team who will provide you with a personalised aftercare plan. Call us today on 01908 489 421 to find out more about our services.


Personalised Addiction Aftercare

By joining our drug and alcohol rehab Tynemouth and completing a comprehensive addiction treatment plan followed by a personalised aftercare plan, you’ll be giving yourself the greatest chance of succeeding in achieving your successful long-term recovery. Following an aftercare plan is crucial to your recovery success, this is why we offer you our continued support whenever you need it upon your return home from our rehab clinic.

We highly recommend that all of our clients take advantage of our tailored aftercare plan which is a complimentary programme for all of our clients after leaving our drug and alcohol rehab Tynemouth. By taking in everything you’ve learnt at our rehab clinic, you’ll be able to effectively continue your recovery from addiction. We also recommend enlisting the help of friends or family in your recovery journey.

After completing your treatment plan which typically lasts around 28 days, we’re confident that you’ll be feeling motivated and enthusiastic about your recovery from drugs and alcohol. It’s crucial that you carry on practising your relapse prevention skills whilst making the most of our excellent mental health services and additional therapy sessions as required. Some of the additional therapy sessions we can deliver include individual, group or family counselling, cognitive behavioural therapy, and relapse prevention.

Once you’ve completed your addiction treatment plan and your tailored aftercare plan, we’re sure that you’ll be in a fantastic place both physically and psychologically to continue your recovery journey. Get in touch with us today on 01908 489421 or at info@asanalodge.com.


Frequently Asked Questions

What side effects could I experience during detoxification?

The side effects associated with detoxification can include hand tremors, DTs (delirium tremens), sweating, nausea, hallucinations, seizures, depression, insomnia, fatigue, irritability, anxiousness, and more. Detoxification side-effects vary from person to person, which is why it is important to do one safely in a facility with medical professionals.

How long does rehab last?

Rehab duration can often vary in certain, more severe, cases. However, most commonly we offer individuals a course of treatment which will last for around 28 days. A stay of this length is also more likely to increase the chances of a long-term recovery. It can seem a little daunting to commit to such a long course of treatment away from home, but the benefits of this duration cannot be understated.

Is long term recovery achievable?

Of course it is. It’s not something that happens overnight, and you must take life one day at a time – being sure to not put too much pressure on yourself and realise that the longest journeys are made by putting one foot in front of the other. Making use of the resources available and leaning on people for support will be key to achieving long-term recovery and leading a better life than the one that brought you to Asana Lodge.