If you’re currently feeling that you or a close loved one, may have developed an addiction to drugs and/or alcohol, then it is vitally important that you start looking for help as soon as possible.

While there may be some local groups, centres, and/or outpatient clinics that can assist some people in dealing with their addictions, if you are serious about looking for drug and alcohol rehab in Tottenham to overcome your addiction for the long term, then you will likely have the best possible chance of recovery if you attend a residential rehabilitation centre.

Tottenham

Addiction Advocates have a number of drug and alcohol treatment services across the length and breadth of the United Kingdom for you to choose from.

At all of our facilities, whether it be our rehab in Tottenham or somewhere further afield, you will receive the world-class quality of treatment while enjoying the benefit of choosing to remain close to your home.

Furthermore, we make sure that everyone who reaches out to us gets into one of our drug and alcohol abuse centres as soon as is physically possible, as delayed waiting periods simply end up with people relapsing and suffering from a weakened resolve to actually commit to recovery.

What Actually Is Addiction?

Addiction is a disease that manifests when an individual becomes embroiled in a negative pattern of behaviour, a cyclical pattern of addiction, which involves using stimuli such as drugs and/or alcohol in order to placate internalised feelings residing in the individual’s brain.

Addiction, however, is a very complex illness that can manifest over time in an array of forms and side effects. This cyclical pattern can come to a negative effect on an individual’s relationships, employment prospects, financial stability, and physical and mental health.

As the cycle of addiction develops and continues over time, it can be more difficult to break from it, as the individual may become convinced that they are completely alone and develop feelings of shame about getting treatment to help with their addiction.

However, it is important to know that you are not alone right now, and with the help of Addiction Advocates, you can overcome this dark period and forge a better life. If you do not take this opportunity, the physical and mental side effects of drug and alcohol abuse can only become worse, and eventually, lead to premature death.

Some warning signs that you, or someone close to you, may be suffering from addiction can include the likes of:

  • Consuming drugs and/or alcohol on a frequent basis, often daily and to a high amount.
  • Requiring more and more drugs and/or alcohol to achieve the desired effect.
  • Hiding your substance abuse and/or alcohol consumption from friends and/or loved ones.
  • Development of physical symptoms when not consuming drugs and/or alcohol, such as sweating, shaking, or headaches.
  • Irritability when you are unable to consume drugs and/or alcohol.
  • Predominantly thinking about when you can next consume alcohol and/or drugs throughout your day.
  • Neglecting your health, and the health and wellbeing of those close to you, in the pursuit of your next fix.

What Benefits Can I Experience With Rehab?

By making a complete break from your day-to-day life and committing to a residential rehab programme, you will be able to spend your time with us completely focused on your recovery.

Our teams of dedicated medical staff can also help you through any cravings and prevent you from relapsing, something which will be very difficult to resist when you are on your own in your home environment.

There are some addiction clinics that will try to teach you how to moderate your consumption of drugs and/or alcohol; however, here at Addiction Advocates, we believe that complete sobriety is the most effective way to forge a long-term recovery — something which is backed up by our countless success stories in the past.

When you commit to an addiction treatment plan at our drug and alcohol rehab in Tottenham, we will typically ask that you commit to a full twenty-eight-day programme.

This length of time may seem quite daunting to be away from your home, but this length of time will allow us ample time to administer all manner of treatments and therapies in order to get the best results out of your recovery.

Additionally, by committing to such a lengthy period of recovery, we will also be able to help you through drug and alcohol withdrawal thanks to the help of our world-class detox clinic.

Our detox clinic staff will be on hand 24/7 in order to make sure that you are going through the detoxification process in the safest and medically controlled manner.

Once you have successfully recovered at our detox clinic, we will then be able to start such treatments as cognitive behavioural therapy (CBT), dual-diagnosis therapy, dialectical behavioural therapy (DBT), satori chair therapy, NAD+ brain restoration treatment, one-to-one therapy, group therapy, art therapy, and we will also help you to learn how to manage your stress going forward due to stress often being a large trigger for addicts.

All of these physical and psychological treatments will work to help retrain your brain in terms of how approaches the cycle of addiction.

This means that, as opposed to falling into old habits when you leave our facility, your relapse prevention training will help you to avoid slipping back into negative habits by encouraging you to turn to more positive outlets.

And, on the off-chance that you ever feel yourself becoming overwhelmed once you are back in your everyday life, our complimentary one-year aftercare programme will be there to help you through any challenges you face!

Don’t Delay, Call Us Today!

Our facilities are not only populated with highly-trained staff administering world-class therapies, but they are warm and welcoming places.

We want you to feel as at home as possible while you are with us, as we know how hard the process of recovery can be so want you to experience it in comfort.

Do not delay in putting off getting treatment for your addiction any longer, call Addiction Advocates today on 0800 012 6088.