If you or a loved one is suffering with an addiction, reaching out for help can seem like a daunting task.

Drug and Alcohol Rehab Uttoxeter

Addicts will live in denial for a long time before they’re ready to admit to their addiction, during which time their life will fall apart and loved ones will suffer alongside the addict.

At Asana Lodge, we provide scientific and evidence-based treatment in a therapeutic and homely environment. Our treatment is personalised for every patient and provides holistic practices that treat both the mind and body.

By contacting our supportive and friendly team today, we can help you take back control of you life and rebuild your relationships, for a brighter future.

 

Residential Addiction Treatment

Addiction is a serious illness that requires professional help to overcome. It not only ruins the lives of the addicts, but of those that care for them. If left untreated, addictions will only worsen and can lead to irreversible health implications and even death.

At Asana Lodge, we provide residential addiction treatment, whereby you’re provided with luxury accommodation and meals throughout your stay, whilst you undergo your treatment programme.

The alternative to residential treatment is outpatient treatment, where you receive your treatment whilst still at home. During the day you’ll attend a detox clinic or therapy sessions and in the evenings and weekends you’ll return home, surrounded by all the negative influences that drive your addiction.

Although outpatient treatment can be very successful for some people, it’s one of the more challenging options. Residential treatment, on the other hand, provides distance between you and your toxic lifestyle, giving you the opportunity to heal you mind and body and develop a healthier lifestyle before re-entering your daily life.

This approach is usually recommended for serious addiction treatments, or those with little support at home.

 

Benefits Of Private Treatment

The idea of paying for private drug and alcohol rehab may seem daunting, or put you off seeking private rehab, but if you consider the cost of sustaining your addiction the price may seem relatively cheap in comparison.

With the mounting pressures on the NHS, you may find that seeking help through your local GP, on the NHS, means that you have to wait for a long time before treatment is available to you. Your treatment is likely to be outpatient treatment and possibly located at various different clinics.

Every year, at Asana Lodge, we help thousands of people recover from their addictions and go on to sustain long term recovery. We understand that urgency is required when you’re finally ready to reach out for help, which is why we can admit patients to our centres as quickly as within 48 hours.

Once you’ve been admitted to one of our drug and alcohol rehabilitation centres you’ll receive round the clock care, support and guidance every step of the way.

Peer support is vital for sustaining drug and alcohol relapse prevention, which is why we encourage social activities and group workshops at our centres.

Every patient is provided with a dual diagnosis treatment programme to ensure that both physical and psychological causes and impacts of addiction are treatments to allow for long term recovery.

 

Our Approach

At Asana Lodge, upon arrival you’ll undergo a full medical examination to determine your physical and psychological health. Our medical professionals will work with you to design your unique treatment programme.

The first step for every programme is drug and alcohol detoxification. It’s important that you’ve a clear head for your treatment programme, so you must be clear from any substance influence. Our team of medical professionals supervise the detox process, as your consumption levels are slowly reduced until your body is free from the substance.

It’s extremely likely that you’ll experience withdrawal symptoms during this stage, as your body will have to learn to function without the substance.

Withdrawal symptoms will vary person to person, but the severity of these symptoms will depend on the severity of your addiction. To ensure you’re comfortable you’ll receive round the clock care and prescription drugs when required.

Once you’ve completed your detox, you’ll start your therapy treatment. The most common type of therapy used to treat addiction is Cognitive Behavioural Therapy (CBT), which identifies the negative thought processes and underlying causes of your addiction, to allow you to build more positive habits.

Since we provide leading scientific treatments, you’ll also have the opportunity, where necessary, to undertake Intravenous Brain Restoration, whereby your body’s cellular energy is increased to help boost recovery. The Satori Chair Therapy, which uses sound frequency waves in a meditative state, is also a treatment provided at our centres.

Alongside traditional and leading scientific treatments, you’ll have the chance to undertake a variety of holistic activities and workshops to help you develop a healthier lifestyle.

Most patients arrive at our centres malnourished, as they haven’t been eating properly for a long time. During your stay you’ll work with the onsite nutritionalist who’ll provide you with a dietary programme to aid your recovery.

 

Support Groups In Uttoxeter

Upon successful completion of your treatment programme, we’ll provide you with a drug and alcohol relapse prevention plan. The first 12 months of sobriety are considered the most challenging and the most likely time for relapse, which is why we provide all of our patients with 12 months of free aftercare.

To ensure long term recovery we strongly encourage you to build your own support networks within your local community. The best way to do this is through local support groups. These are the two recommended options that can be found across the UK:

  • Narcotics Anonymous (NA) – dedicated to helping those recovering from drug abuse. Hold regular meetings and often follow a 12 step programme.
  • Alcoholics Anonymous (AA) – provide mutual support for those recovering from alcohol abuse. A 12 step programme is often followed and regular meetings provide a space to build up peer support.

We can help put you in touch with your local support groups.

 

Where To Start

All you have to do is contact our friendly and supportive team today to start your road to long term recovery.