What is Rehab?

Published 8 June 2020, in
  • Rehab

‘What is rehab?’ is a commonly asked question here at Addiction Advocates. Although ideas of rehab are shared through society and the media, a true understanding of what rehab is and what it can offer is limited, unless you or a loved one has experienced it.   It’s also important to

Our Guide on Living with An Alcoholic

Published 8 June 2020, in
  • Alcohol Addiction

Living with an alcoholic is very challenging. Although substance use disorders are tough for the individual at hand, for friends and family, this time can be disheartening, worrying and difficult to accept. The rollercoaster of emotions commonly experienced over long-term alcohol abuse can be hard to deal with. The experience

Am I An Alcoholic?

Published 8 June 2020, in
  • Alcohol Addiction

Do you compare your drinking habits with those around you, mentally asking yourself ‘am I an alcoholic’? Are you struggling to understand the blurred line between normalised, excessive drinking habits and an alcohol dependence? Are you hoping to grasp where you currently stand with alcohol? In today’s society, excessive alcohol

How to Stop Drinking Alcohol 

Published 8 June 2020, in
  • Alcohol Addiction

Are you currently living with an addiction, wondering how to stop drinking alcohol for the long-term? Are you hoping for the safest and most effective route? Or are you hoping for the quickest turnaround? Before reducing or stopping your alcohol consumption, you must firstly understand your tie to addictive substances.

How Long Is Drug And Alcohol Addiction Treatment?

Published 8 June 2020, in
  • Alcohol Addiction
  • Drugs
  • Rehab

If you are addicted to drugs or alcohol you might want to consider getting professional help in the form of a rehabilitation or rehab programme. It’s a proven fact that you are more likely to recover in rehab than trying to go it alone and there are a number of