Drug and Alcohol Treatment Blackpool

We have treatment centres for alcohol rehab if you live in Blackpool

If you’re based in Blackpool and searching for a rehab centre to help with your drug and alcohol addiction, we have all the answers you need. Stop ignoring your issues and seek professional and supportive help from one of our well-established clinics around the U.K. and Spain.


How a Drug and Alcohol Addiction Can Affect Your Mental Wellbeing

Studies have found that many people with mental disorders reach for drug and alcohol to relieve any discomfort feelings. However, this can result in a drug problem or alcohol abuse. There are many short-term effects associated with drug and alcohol addiction and mental disorders. Most common, drug and alcohol abuse can instigate panic attacks. Also, someone with a drug and alcohol addiction will likely experience overwhelming feelings of fear and anxiety for no apparent reason. Many substance abusers also experience hyperventilation, increased heart rate and a feeling like you’re generally out of control of your body.

Excessively consuming drugs and alcohol can cause mental disorders such as depression. This is often because certain drugs – such as ecstasy, increase levels of serotonin in the brain which increases your feelings of happiness. Once you reduce or stop taking this drug, your serotonin levels dramatically drop to leave you feeling anxious and unhappy. This major drop is because the brain finds it difficult to produce serotonin levels by itself. Withdrawal symptoms can include intense feelings of sadness and a severe lack of energy. However, drug rehab can help alleviate these negative feelings by providing you with natural stimulants and strategies to increase your serotonin levels again.


Addiction Treatment with Our Services

If you’re looking for an alcohol rehab in Blackpool, Ocean Recovery is one of the best drug rehabs in Blackpool to help people with all types of addictions. All of our treatment plans are completely confidential and aimed to help you rediscover the version of you before drug and alcohol abuse. Our rehab clinic enables you to speak with a trained addiction specialist to discover your needs and preferences. When you enter our addiction rehab, you’ll undergo an assessment which is usually over the phone and requires very little of your time. Your answers will allow us to uncover the nature of your addiction to collate the most suitable alcohol rehab treatment for your case.

We provide treatment options to help you manage your cravings and temptations for the long term and our residential rehab shares expert advice to everyone so you can overcome addiction for the long-term. This will then follow with a drug and alcohol detox to clear your system of any substance abuse. You should never undergo a drug and alcohol detox programme without medical assistance and there can be serious, even life-threatening, implications. The main objective of detox is to flush all the toxins out of your body so your body and mind can begin the healing process.

The detox stage varies – including the length and intensity. If you have a severe addiction, you’ll experience a more intense detox programme which lasts longer. Typically, this programme lasts 3-7 days, during which time, a medically-trained team will regularly review your progress. Doctors will also examine how you’re getting on, and adjust your prescribed medication to ease any discomfort, if necessary. The detox process should be taken seriously since it’s the beginning of your recovery, so we’ll confiscate any sharp objects or equipment/devices which will distract you from a healthy recovery.


Strategies to Deal with Withdrawal Symptoms

When you’re at our rehab centre, you’ll likely experience withdrawal symptoms during the detox stage. These can merely be uncomfortable, but sometimes, more severe and life-threatening. You’re always surrounded by supportive and educated staff who are on-call to provide you with a shoulder to cry on during any difficult moments. There are plenty of ways to alleviate the physical and psychological side effects that come with withdrawal symptoms.

For example, meditation has been proven to help you shut down any external processes and negative thoughts. By focusing on your breathing, you distract your mind to move away from a moment of discomfort and towards a peaceful zone. We encourage everyone to obtain exercise during a detox programme. Walking is an effective exercise to soothe aching muscles and alleviate any joint or bone pain. Exercise also triggers endorphins to help you feel positive about yourself. A combination of Cognitive Behavioural Therapy (CBT) can help to clear your head and encourage you to create positive patterns for long-term recovery. Talking and addressing your issues helps you to stay on track.


Medication for Withdrawal Symptoms

You’ll likely need controlled medication to help ease any withdrawal symptoms, and these will be prescribed by a doctor at our rehab centre. Benzodiazepines help to reduce anxiety and mood swings. Drugs such as heroin and cocaine can leave you feeling agitated, so this drug helps to balance out your emotions. Antidepressants provide the happy chemicals in your brain to help you feel content and reduce any feelings of sadness or depression. These can relieve any negative feelings until your brain is ready to naturally produce this chemical again by itself.

Another popular prescribed drug is Clonidine which reduces muscle aches and pain and stops seizures (which can often occur from a high-class drug).

At Rehab Clinics Group, we treat many addiction cases and create unique programmes to help people from all walks of life have a drug-free future. We ensure you’ll receive the best care and attention you deserve to stop the vicious cycle of addiction. Also, we offer extended care and additional services for anyone who feels they need further support after time in our rehab clinic. Do you have any questions about our treatment programmes? Or maybe you’re ready to take the step to a brighter future. If so, give us a call on 03301 596 494 to discuss your options.