From breaking down relationships with loved ones to ruining your career prospects, there really aren’t any good outcomes when it comes to drug and alcohol abuse.

The toxins within these substances are so damaging, you’re likely to cause yourself severe long-term physical and psychological trauma.

If you recognise the importance of seeking professional help at a rehabilitation centre, then you’re halfway there.

Most of the time, those individuals who are suffering from drug and alcohol abuse find it difficult to admit or even to acknowledge that they have a problem which needs addressing.

In most cases, they’re in denial about their drug or alcohol addiction and are trying their best to conceal it from everyone around them as well as from themselves. Of course, this will only make it worse in the long run.

In order to fully overcome your addiction, you must learn to completely change your behaviours and your mindset as you acknowledge that you need professional rehabilitation support.

Once you’ve made the courageous decision to open up and ask for help, our drug and alcohol rehab in Southwell will be waiting to welcome you in with open arms.

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What happens during your Drug and Alcohol Rehab Southwell?

The main purpose of our drug and alcohol rehab in Southwell is of course to help you achieve long-term recovery from your drug or alcohol addiction.

Our team are experts in their field and will provide you with the tools needed to live a meaningful life free from substance abuse.

We work hard to create an environment which promotes positivity, relaxation, and compassion within our residential rehabilitation centre.

We will take the time to get to know each of our clients personally so that we’re able to better understand the nature of your addiction and identify the underlying reasons of what may have caused your addiction to alcohol or drugs in the first place.

All of our addiction treatment programmes are personalised to suit the individuals’ specific needs but will likely feature a mixture of psychological and well-being therapies in addition to a drug or alcohol detoxification.

All of the therapies we deliver are evidence-based and have been highly successful in treating addiction to alcohol or drugs.

Some of the leading psychological therapies we offer include cognitive behavioural therapy (CBT), dialectical behaviour therapy (DBT), stress management, drug or alcohol relapse prevention, individual, group or family counselling, and psychotherapy.

Our team of addiction specialists will be on hand to offer support 24/7 and to guide you through all of your therapies.

Once we’ve created your addiction treatment programme featuring the above psychological therapies, paired with therapies which help to improve your general well-being such as mindfulness, yoga, art therapy, music therapy, relaxation and sleep management, low level laser therapy, fitness therapy, and nutritional supplement therapy, we’ll likely recommend that you visit our detoxification clinic.

What is a Drug or Alcohol Detox?

Detoxification is a professional rehabilitation method used to stop a physical and psychological addiction to alcohol or drugs which has been caused by substance abuse.

A detoxification is only effective when medically assisted by a team of addiction specialists to alleviate many of the dangerous symptoms associated with withdrawal.

These withdrawal symptoms can we quite risky when they’re not managed properly, this is why we strongly suggest that you only ever attempt a detox under the supervision of a drug and alcohol rehab, and is most cases, within a residential rehabilitation setting.

Withdrawal symptoms are fairly common and can be dealt with by our expert team, if the discomfort becomes too much, we can offer prescribed medication to ease the pain so that you can continue your drug or alcohol detoxification.

These withdrawal symptoms can range from mild nausea, headaches, dizziness, to the more severe withdrawal symptoms of delirium tremens (DT’s), seizures, and insomnia. In the case of the later, it’s essential that you have a medical team on hand to assist in any emergency situation.

How long does Drug and Alcohol Rehab last for?

Most residential addiction treatment programmes last for around 28 days, but the length of your stay will ultimately be determined by your individual circumstances.

There are other rehab treatment options aside from residential rehab which include outpatient treatment provided by a private rehabilitation centre or by free local health services like the NHS.

If you’re suffering from a complex, long-term addiction to alcohol or drugs, we wouldn’t recommend receiving outpatient care as returning home each night can be detrimental to your overall recovery.

Home life tends to be full of the usual stresses, distractions and potential negative influences as this environment could be where you’re used to abusing alcohol or drugs, therefore, it’s not an effective setting to focus on your rehabilitation.

By joining a residential programme, you’re giving yourself the best opportunity to be physically removed from this negative environment and undergo your drug or alcohol rehab in a recovery focused setting where there’s nothing to distract you from your rehabilitation.

Our fantastic team not only deliver exceptional addiction treatment therapies, but they also take care of all your housekeeping, your laundry, and ensure that you have nutritious meals each day to aid your recovery.

Our rehab in Southwell really is the best place for you to come and win your battle against addiction.

What happens once you’ve completed your Drug and Alcohol Rehab?

After successfully undergoing a drug or alcohol detoxification, along with psychological and well-being therapies, you should be feeling cleansed and much more prepared with the necessary tools to help you continue your long-term recovery upon returning home.

You will receive a free aftercare programme for 12 months to aid with this transition which includes dedicated helplines for additional support.

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