How do you know if you need drug and alcohol rehabilitation?
We commonly find that people who are suffering from an addiction to alcohol or drugs struggle to admit that they have a problem at all. Before we can offer you our dedicated support, you must first acknowledge and accept that you have an addiction. We appreciate how difficult this can be and want to reassure you that our team have helped countless people recover from drugs or alcohol addiction, it all begins with one phone call.
If you’re not sure whether your addiction warrants a visit to a drug and alcohol treatment centre or you’re worried about a loved one struggling through addiction, then ask yourself these following questions.
- > How often do you use alcohol or drugs?
One of the most obvious signs that you need professional support with an addiction is that you’re excessively consuming alcohol or drugs. If this is a daily occurrence where you only feel satisfied once you’ve had your ‘fix’, then it’s imperative you seek help immediately.
- > Is your addiction affecting your physical or psychological health?
Addiction can have a wide array of serious effects on your mental and physical well-being. From chronic headaches and nausea, to life-changing illnesses and diseases, addiction can also result in feelings of depression and anxiety. There is a long, unsightly list of terrible effects which addiction can have on your body and mind. Speak to us today and don’t let these get any worse.
- > Is your addiction to alcohol or drugs impacting on your relationships?
It’s quite common for people who are addicted to alcohol or drugs to be unable to see the negative effects their behaviour is having on their friends and family, but we can assure you, it’s certainly impacting their lives. If your loved ones are being harmed by your substance abuse, whether it’s emotionally, physically, financially, or otherwise, then you need to seek expert support right away.
- > Is your addiction to alcohol or drugs affecting your career?
The detrimental effects that addiction has on your physical and psychological health will of course reflect on your performance at work, making it difficult for you to concentrate on important tasks. If you’ve noticed your standards slipping or you’re becoming more tempted to take sick days to avoid the workplace, then you’re in need of professional support.
- > How do you feel when you’re without alcohol or drugs?
When you’re addicted to alcohol or drugs, you’re physically dependent on it. Your next drink or next drug tends to be all you can think about, the thought of living without it may seem impossible. This is a natural feeling when you’re struggling with addiction, however, it is a huge cause for concern and one you must address straight away with the help of an experienced medical team likes ours at our rehab in Cannock.
What are the benefits of residential drug and alcohol rehabilitation?
One of the main benefits of our residential rehab in Cannock is that you’re removing yourself from the distractions and negative influences of daily life. Our recovery-focused rehab centre gives you the best opportunity to solely focus on your recovery without having to be worried about anything else. We pride ourselves on providing a comfortable, relaxing setting whilst you undergo your addiction treatment. You can enjoy the privacy of your own room in addition to all the home comforts you could ask for. We take care of your laundry, housekeeping and ensure that you have daily nutritious meals to aid your recovery.
Unlike free local health services like the NHS, we have the funds and resources to design a bespoke treatment programme to suit your needs. This has proven to be the most effective method in treating drug or alcohol addiction. We take the time to get to know you and understand the nature of your addiction, allowing us to create a treatment programme which will benefit you most. We will conduct an initial assessment on your physical and psychological health which will give us a greater insight into what may have caused your addiction to alcohol or drugs. This also helps us to establish the best course of action when designing your drug and alcohol treatment programme and to avoid any techniques which may have a detrimental impact on your recovery. With no waiting times, you could be starting your addiction treatment with us only 48 hours after your initial enquiry. There’s no time to waste!
What addiction treatments do we offer at our rehab in Cannock?
Every person’s journey into addiction is unique, therefore it’s unrealistic to expect anything other than a bespoke treatment programme to be effective. We believe a combination of traditional therapies and well-being therapies is the most effective approach to achieve long-term recovery. Our dedicated team deliver cognitive behavioral therapy, individual or group therapy, relapse prevention classes, full alcohol and drug detox, and psychotherapy. In addition to these traditional therapies, we also offer mindfulness, relaxation and sleep management, fitness therapy, low-level laser therapy, yoga, nutrition and diet therapy, and art, drama, and music therapies.
We’re here to help you get the most out of our comprehensive treatment programme whilst ensuring you’re comfortable, safe, and remaining motivated. Our friendly team will be happy to answer any further questions you may have, or alleviate any concerns surrounding our rehab in Cannock.
We personalise your treatment programme so that it’s unique to your specific needs, therefore giving you the best chance of achieving long-term recovery. If you’re ready to commit to a life-changing rehabilitation programme, then call our experienced team at Rehab Clinics Group on 0800 470 0382 today.