Typically employed by medical professionals as an anaesthetic, illegal Ketamine use has increased over the last ten years.
Offering short term relief from mental health problems such as depression and stress, Ketamine is known to make users feel relaxed and happy for a short period. However, many health complications such as hallucinations, confusion and anxiety come hand-in-hand with Ketamine use.
Sadly, a large percentage of Ketamine users overlook the health complications associated with Ketamine. Instead, they take advantage of the short term side effects that the drug provides.
Gradually, larger quantities of Ketamine are required to offer the high and euphoric sensation desired, leading many to become addicted to Ketamine.
When a Ketamine addiction arises, professional Ketamine addiction treatment & rehab must be sought. Yet many individuals defer treatment and find their lives significantly impaired.
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Ketamine rehab is available via various providers across the United Kingdom. Many rehabs are to be considered when searching for Ketamine addiction treatment & rehab from outpatient and inpatient rehabs.
Although having a selection of Ketamine rehabs to choose from ensures that you can consider many options before referring yourself to rehab for Ketamine addiction treatment, selecting a rehab can be somewhat overwhelming.
Regrettably, when you feel overwhelmed, you may be more inclined to defer treatment. Yet doing so will cause your Ketamine addiction to intensify.
Outpatient rehab is provided by both the NHS and private rehabs.
Offering treatment on an outpatient basis, these particular rehabs are known to provide various psychological therapies to help those struggling with addiction overcome their dependency and understand how to maintain long-term recovery.
If an NHS outpatient rehab is attended, treatment is free of charge. However, treatment options may be limited, and many often need to wait for the treatment they require.
In contrast, private outpatient rehab comes at a cost and is administered soon after a treatment enquiry has been made.
Inpatient rehab, or residential rehab as otherwise known, is commonly provided by private rehabs across the country.
Offering intense Ketamine addiction treatment programmes, inpatient rehab helps many successfully overcome their addiction by employing various treatments such as detoxification and rehabilitation.
Just as private outpatient rehab comes at a cost, private inpatient rehab treatment does too.
Selecting A Ketamine Rehab
Understanding the various types of Ketamine rehabs that treat Ketamine addictions, it is not uncommon for you to be unsure of which rehab you should attend.
However, with our support, we can help you make an informed decision that will enable you to put your Ketamine addiction behind you.
When it comes to selecting a Ketamine rehab, it is not as easy as simply selecting a facility close to your hometown. Many factors must be considered to ensure that treatment benefits you.
For example, when we discuss your addiction with you, we will consider the severity of your addiction, your age, your financial circumstance, and your addiction’s impact on your life before locating a rehab.
Although you may not realise it, considering these factors will ultimately determine which rehabs and treatments better suit your addiction and recovery needs.
Treatment For Ketamine Addictions
Ketamine addiction treatment dramatically varies, as does the intensity of treatment and how the treatment is administered.
To ensure that you have every chance of making a long-term recovery, you will be provided with a personalised Ketamine addiction treatment programme upon attending rehab.
However, as touched on above, the treatment implemented into your programme will depend on the rehab you attend.
Should you attend an inpatient rehab, your treatment will start with a medically induced detoxification. Detoxification will essentially initiate the withdrawal process, ultimately seeing harmful toxins removed from your body and brain.
Gradually, as you progress through detoxification, your Ketamine dependency will decrease, and you will find that cravings subside.
Although completing detoxification is a vital stage in Ketamine addiction treatment, as addictions are psychological disorders, you will find it virtually impossible to overcome your addiction without rehabilitation.
As a result, following a seven-day detoxification programme, you will be introduced to psychological and well-being therapy. Administered in both one-to-one and group settings, therapy will enable you to uncover the cause of your addiction.
Therapy will also encourage you to change how you perceive situations, ultimately helping you obtain a more positive outlook on life.
If attending an inpatient Ketamine rehab is not suitable for you, you will still have the opportunity to take advantage of many beneficial treatments.
Outpatient rehab will see you undergo detoxification and one-to-one therapies, such as cognitive behavioural therapy. However, you may find yourself at greater risk of relapsing during and after your treatment if you attend outpatient rehab.
This is because outpatient rehab, unlike inpatient rehab, will not provide you with the opportunity to remove yourself from your everyday life and focus solely on your Ketamine addiction and recovery.
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