Drug and alcohol addiction can cause a plethora of troubles quickly. Not only will you feel isolated, scared and fearful that you will never break the cycle, but you may also be concerned about the stigma in society.
At private drug and alcohol rehab, you can focus on a simple goal: sobriety. With the help of an exceptional and professional team, you’ll have round-the-clock care.
There is no need to suffer in silence. Many people facing addiction face the illusion that everything is OK. Emotional dependence and sometimes codependency mean you are caught in a web of addiction. That is why it’s important to know the signs early on to ensure that you can tackle them.
Signs of Addiction
Learning the signs of addiction could save your life. Often denial appears first, you may feel as if you do not have a problem and other people are simply overreacting. However, knowing the signs will allow you to reach out when the time is right for you. You should never leave addiction long-term because it can create numerous health implications. Both physical and mental problems can arise. Here are some signs to flag up:
- Irritability/ low mood
- Low self-esteem
- Lack of interest in hobbies/work/social life
- Mood swings
- Lack of personal hygiene and care
- Financial issues (possibly relating to your addiction)
- Trouble at work/ not turning up/ not being on time
- Muscle fatigue/aches
- Change in your personality/ altered mood
If you are suffering from one or more of the above, this is a sign to reach out. Any of the above symptoms can lead to drastic health issues. These include heart disease, stroke, heart attack, and even cancer. Psychological impacts are also very damaging. You may develop schizophrenia, personality disorder, and other mental health disorders. You can reach out to your GP for a medical assessment, or you can speak to one of our team members. A simple call will help you determine your best course of action.
Finding Help for Addiction in Harwich
Substances with addictive potency can wreak havoc on the body. This is why you should consider private alcohol and drug rehab immediately. Thankfully, we are here to help. Our simple referral system allows you to be assessed and potentially begin your programme quickly. Finding help sooner will allow you to detox quicker and therefore have fewer issues in doing so. You may already be accustomed to addictive substances. Therefore the process of withdrawal may be a little lengthier. However, it will always be worth it.
Is Private Rehab Worthwhile?
We will be happy to explain if you’d like to learn about some of the many benefits of private drug and alcohol rehab. The public sector is simply incapable of handling all types of addiction, and therefore there is no staff or facilities to cater for everyone. That is when people facing addiction go unnoticed and do not get the intensive help they truly need. You should always remember that private rehab is a residential programme. Every element of your recovery is factored in, to your every need. Here are some of the major benefits behind private rehab:
- A sense of community
- Caring professional multidisciplinary team on hand 24/7
- Building friendships/ sharing and learning stories
- Good diet
- Focus on physical health – activities available
- World-class mental health therapies
- A personalised plan that works for you
- No waiting lists
- Luxury room and facilities
- Life skills training and learning mindfulness
- Assistance with reintegration
- An aftercare plan
How Much Does Residential Rehab Cost?
Rehab costs factor in multiple streams. The many benefits associated with private rehab are worth their cost. Professional teams and dedicated bespoke care create a pathway to success. You can sometimes fund your rehab via your insurance if you have it. Therefore, it is best to seek advice on this.
You can expect to pay around £1,500 per week. The whole month’s treatment is likely to cost around £6,000, but these are not fixed. You should consider seeking financial assistance if you would like to enter rehab. The general weekly costs associated with rehab are:
- 1-week rehab program: £1500+
- 2-week rehab program: £3000+
- 3-week rehab program: £5000+
- 4-week rehab program: £6500+
Start Treatment Today
Addiction recovery is a lifelong commitment, and it begins with rehab. Once you learn the vital tools to take with you on your journey after rehab, you can continue your sobriety. You are never alone when you join rehab. You’ll learn a set of specific life skills and therapy that will unlock past and present traumas and
We will consider your specific personal goals, so we can determine ways to reach them together. Along with doctors, psychologists, social workers, and occupational therapists, you can strengthen your initiative with a network of support. You will find strength on your journey. You will have a fresh desire to learn about creating a new healthy life, as well as permanent reintegration. You will have learned mindfulness, living in the present and changing your thought patterns. You will find confidence in yourself again.
If you’d like to be part of this journey, please let us map out the treatment phases for you. We will create a programme that works for you. We will offer you all the help you should need for a healthy future. You do not have to be alone. Our rehab programmes have exceptionally high success rates. Please do not hesitate to contact us to create a life you deserve. You may gain access to a quick assessment on the phone. You can ask as many questions as you desire, and even visit us if this aids you in your decision-making.
Please get in touch with us today for more information on making this a reality. You can call us on 0800 012 6088 or Text HELP To 83222. Let us help you focus on a healthy future once again.