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Addiction is not a marginal problem in society. It affects many people worldwide. These problems do not disappear without help. Drug and alcohol addiction is common, but not everyone gets the help they need. Addiction may begin slowly or quickly, but either way, recovery is the only choice.

Rehab in Waterlooville is the best way to detoxify yourself and lead yourself onto a new path. You must be sure to make the right decision, for your health and your future. Rehab allows you to safely remove the toxins, without going ‘cold turkey’. This measure can be dangerous and potentially life threatening. It must not be attempted.

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Medical personnel must be in attendance of your recovery and together work through a plan based on your medical records and current physical health. Inpatient rehab provides this medical environment. There are different types of rehab available, and we will talk about a couple below.

In addition to illegal drugs and alcohol, some medications originally prescribed by a doctor can become addictive. These include painkillers, certain sleeping pills and tranquillisers, opiate painkillers, psychostimulants and more.  These drugs, when taken for longer than their intended time, can cause tolerance. This is when addiction begins.

Residential rehab

The residential and inpatient therapy starts with a one-week physical withdrawal, also called detoxification. This may take less or longer depending on the severity of your addiction. Be patient, this can be difficult. However when you commit to residential rehab, you will have access to 24 hour care.

Your symptoms will be well managed, sometimes with medication. This is harmless and will alleviate your withdrawal process. Ideally, you should then go seamlessly to the next stage. This is often the rehabilitation phase.

Oftentimes, you will have a detailed programme. This may include occupational therapy measures, cognitive behavioural therapy, group therapy and individual counselling. It may include creative therapy and mindfulness and relaxation exercises and dietary assistance.

You will have access to all the help you will need. You’ll learn new tips, make new friends. Your friends and family can be part of your recovery if you want them to be. We highly recommend this. They can see your progress and help guide you in the right direction.

 

Outpatient rehab

Outpatient rehabilitation usually lasts 12 to 18 months. The first step here is being referred by your GP. You can get this through the public service. However, you will not be able to access inpatient therapies this way.

With outpatient rehab, you will have access to professionals that offer personal one-to-one meetings with a counsellor. This will allow you to gain access to the therapy you need. You will learn more about yourself, your addiction and the reasons that lead you to it.

You will complete individual discussions and group therapy sessions. If necessary, relatives or important caregivers can be involved in the therapy. You can gain access to certain elements of inpatient care, such as activities and family support.

The goals of outpatient therapy are based on a personal treatment plan. You can work with your therapists to achieve a long-term abstinent lifestyle. There are elements of therapy for depression and anxiety, as well as assisting with personal goals. You do not leave your home city for this. Oftentimes you just visit the clinics. You do not get access to medical facilities.

Private Rehab

Private rehab will offer you access to medical care and medical assistance, including detoxification. Private rehab will give you a chance to move away from the toxic environment and spend time in a programme that is made for you. You can stay in the facility for as long as you need.

You will have your own space and round the clock care. Our mission is to ensure that you are happy and healthy when you leave the clinic. We endeavour to be as gentle as possible for the patient. We are respectful and non-judgmental.

Symptoms during physical withdrawal are alleviated by individual medications. Optionally, we offer withdrawal-supporting methods which may include behavioural therapies, counselling, and dealing with trauma and childhood issues. You can heal in a safe environment.

From day one, you will begin the weaning process, which includes comprehensive psychotherapy and more. You will have a chance to speak up and out about what worries you. Every day you will feel stronger and more prepared to start afresh.

In private rehab, you will also have access to a detailed aftercare plan.

Life after rehab

Rehab doesn’t just end. There is a lot of aftercare that must be carefully implemented. This will completely remove the worry of relapse. Follow ups are vital. You can easily find the help that you need at one of our clinics. You can rest assured that you will have a tailor made plan.

In follow-up care, you will consolidate your abstinence decision and deepen your desire further. This may be stepping back into the workplace, integrating with society again; and sometimes, even helping others.  With a new purpose, you will be able to feel yourself again.

Together we will help you develop perspectives for a life free of addiction.  Furthermore, this care plan will help you move towards constant sobriety. You will have the skills needed to prevent a relapse. Relapsing is less common with inpatient rehab. It has a very high success rate. You must never feel as if recovery isn’t possible. We know it is.

Within your care plan, you will have access to more therapy sessions if needed, and attendance of meetings, group therapy and more. You can easily and effectively find yourself on a new path. A path without addiction worries.

You will be able to carry on your life, with health and happiness, knowing there is a designated team ready for you after. This can often be the biggest challenge, so do not fear, you won’t be alone. For more information, please consider looking at our website – https://www.addictionadvocates.com/. It is possible to make a change, so please let us help you on your journey towards recovery.

 

Frequently Asked Questions

How do I convince a family member to go to rehab?
The most important thing is to have a discussion with your loved one about their addiction and the risks it poses to their health and wellbeing. Addicts often feel ashamed and embarrassed about their addiction, so it's important to approach them with compassion and understanding. Rehab can be an expensive and time-consuming process, so you may need to provide some financial assistance or take time off from work to support your loved one. There are also many rehab facilities available, so do your research and find one that best suits your loved one's needs.
What Happens After I Leave Drug And Alcohol Rehab?
After you leave drug and alcohol rehab, you will need to stay diligent in your recovery. This means continuing to attend support group meetings, seeing a therapist or counsellor regularly, and avoiding places and people that might trigger your addiction. It's also important to develop a support system of sober friends and family members who can help you through tough times. While it may be tempting to try to go back to your old life after rehab, this is often when relapses occur. So take things slow, build up your sobriety muscles, and always stay connected to your support system. With time and effort, you can maintain long-term sobriety and live a happy, fulfilling life.
What is a holistic approach to addiction treatment?
A holistic approach to addiction treatment often includes a variety of modalities, such as individual therapy, group therapy, 12-step programs, meditation and mindfulness practices, detoxification, and more. The goal is to address all aspects of the person’s life that have been impacted by addiction and help them develop the tools they need for long-term recovery