Overcoming a drug or alcohol addiction can be very challenging. However, it is so worth it in the end when you can live a happy and healthy life without depending on drugs or alcohol. It’s important that as well as detoxing from the substance that you’re addicted to, you must also address the behavioural issues that accompany the addiction and that can cause the addiction in the first place.
Addictions can impact both your physical and mental health and usually, it is the behavioural aspects of an addiction that are most noticed by your friends and family. Attempting to stop using alcohol or drugs without professional help can be very difficult and it can sometimes even be very dangerous when physical dependence is present. Give us a call on 0800 012 6088.
If you want drug and alcohol rehab to be a success, you must be willing to make some behavioural changes too. The recovery rates in rehab will depend on your motivation and your willingness to make these important changes. In rehab, you will be offered a tailored treatment plan that is designed to suit your specific needs. You will also be monitored throughout the course of your treatment plan to ensure you’re comfortable and to make sure you feel as safe and secure as you possibly can be during your recovery.
What Is Rehab Like in Haywards Heath?
We believe that for your addiction treatment to be a success, it must be customised to suit your personal needs. There is no single approach to addiction recovery as every person is different. This is why the treatment plan is personalised to every client in alcohol and drug rehab.
We provide a comfortable, safe, happy, and relaxed environment that has proven to help recovering addicts like yourself. Staying at a rehab facility like ours allows you to have a private stay with your own room in a high-quality treatment centre. Here, you will receive a very carefully selected set of treatments including holistic and traditional addiction therapies that will help you achieve long-term sobriety.
Studies have shown that residential rehab centres are much more effective in helping recovering addicts than outpatient services or other attempts to recover. One of the major factors is that you are able to move away from your usual negative temptations, distractions, and triggers. Since these are things that may slow down or prevent your recovery, residential rehab is the best option for successful addiction recovery.
When you go through your treatment in a rehab centre, you will be supported constantly. This will help you overcome the difficulties when trying to avoid drugs or alcohol. With minimal distractions and disruptions, you can focus completely on your recovery and be free from drugs or alcohol in the long term.
Alcohol and drug detoxing is an important part of the start of rehab. This is where you will rid your body of all of the negative substances that are causing problems. We can support you during this time and may prescribe medication to make you more comfortable and help with the withdrawal symptoms that you will experience during this stage.
Drug and alcohol detox is best to do before your following therapies and treatments, as it will be much more effective; you will have completely cleansed your body of all of the bad toxins and you can go forward with a clear mind.
Throughout the course of your treatment, we will constantly monitor your emotional, psychological, and social effects. We will get you through a range of treatments and therapies that will help you have the best possible chance of achieving long-term sobriety.
What Addiction Treatments Are Used In Rehab?
Many people find that talking to a group of people about addiction is quite stressful and daunting. However, group therapies can be one of the most rewarding things in drug and alcohol rehab. Many addicts find that this type of therapy allows them to gain a better understanding of their addiction and how to overcome it.
When people go to group support sessions, they will feel grounded and connected to the people around them. They will most likely notice a significant shift in the way that the recovery continues after they leave the rehab centre.
Group therapies are great because you get to converse with a group of people, and all share your experiences with each other. This is a great way to build a strong network of support and this can help you to stay motivated even after you have left the rehab facility.
Other therapy options include one-to-one therapies. You may go through one-to-one talking therapies or cognitive behavioural therapy to help you get to the root of your addiction problem and learn new ways to avoid negative behavioural patterns and thought processes in the future.
Many rehabs also include alternative therapies. These may be things such as mindfulness courses, music therapies, and meditation practices. It’s a good idea to take part in additional activities in rehab to help you stay motivated and avoid distractions.
How Long Is Rehab?
The length of time that you spend in rehab will depend on your specific circumstances. The most common length of stay in rehab is 30 days. However, inpatient programmes can range from 14 days to 90 days and sometimes longer if the staff feel that this would be beneficial to the patient. Extended rehab programmes have been shown to increase the chances of success, so it’s often better to stay in rehab for longer in order to get the best results.
If you want to find out more about what rehab involves or if you have any questions about rehab or the treatments available, please contact us. We can provide you with free confidential advice and our helpline staff are always available to answer your questions.
Equally, if you’re interested in starting a rehab treatment plan, do not hesitate to get in touch as soon as possible. The sooner you reach out for the help you need to overcome your addiction, the better!
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