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Alcohol Rehab Centres In Leigton Buzzard

We have treatment centres for alcohol rehab in Leighton Buzzard

Treatment Options for Addiction in Leighton Buzzard

When getting help for your addiction in Leighton Buzzard, you have a few treatment options available.

The first treatment option is NHS rehabilitation outpatient services.

The NHS can provide anyone in the country treatment for alcohol addiction for free. It tends to be done via an outpatient treatment plan designed to help you deal with the most severe parts of your addiction, such as your withdrawal symptoms.

If you choose this treatment option, it is important that you are fully aware of the positives and negatives associated with the NHS addiction treatments.

The positives are:

  • Free to anyone who needs it
  • Safe and done in a medical treatment facility

The negatives are:

  • Long waitlist to see if your addiction is severe enough to qualify you for treatment
  • Difficult to access treatment as limited resources force them to only prioritise the most severe cases
  • A limited number of spaces are available, leaving you on another long waiting list to access your treatments
  • Understaffed facilities leave you without personal one-to-one attention
  • Often only available via outpatient treatment

If you are considering using the NHS, you also use the next option alongside it for support during and after your treatments.

Support groups such as Alcoholics Anonymous and Narcotics Anonymous are run by volunteers, many of whom have also struggled with drug addiction. They can help you start reducing your drug or alcohol use and provide you support around your treatments.

They can be a very good way to monitor your progress and help you when you are struggling. They are available locally, and across the entire country, so you will always be able to find a meeting.

The final treatment option is to seek help from a private rehab facility in Leighton Buzzard.

Private drug and alcohol rehab facilities can offer you all the benefits of an NHS ran one without the drawback of the wait times and understaffed facilities.

Private rehab is comfortable and efficient, letting you receive all your necessary treatments in a luxurious facility. Your every need will be taken care of, and any of your fears will be eased.


Drug and Alcohol Detox Process

A big part of your addiction treatment involves making it safe to go without drugs or alcohol. This is important because, for many addictions, such as alcohol addiction, heroin addiction and prescription painkiller addiction, you will experience withdrawal symptoms once you stop your substance abuse.

Withdrawal symptoms are your body panicking that it is going without a chemical that I believe is producing dopamine. It believes that you need drugs or alcohol to function properly, and without it, you go into withdrawals.

Withdrawal symptoms can include:

  • Chills
  • Hot flashes
  • Muscle pain
  • Anxiety and depression
  • Insomnia
  • Paranoia
  • Nausea
  • Headache
  • Vomiting
  • Diarrhoea
  • Mood swings
  • Dehydration
  • Seizures

But there is nothing to worry about. While the drug and alcohol detox is not exactly comfortable, it is perfectly safe. This is because the rehab’s medical team will monitor you during the entire ten-day process.

They will ensure that you are perfectly safe by monitoring your progress and providing you with medication to relieve your withdrawal symptoms should they prove too much for your body to handle.

By the end of the drug detox, your body will be weaned off all drugs and alcohol. This means that you should see some relief to your cravings and that so long as you avoid abusing substances, you should never need to worry about experiencing withdrawal symptoms again.

The detox under the right circumstances can be very dangerous, so it is important that you never attempt it alone. If you suspect you are experiencing withdrawal symptoms, please seek medical attention as soon as possible in Leighton Buzzard.


How Do Addiction Therapies Work?

Therapy in relation to addiction plays a very specific role that can be broken down into three smaller parts.

Part one is all about looking into your mental health. More often than not, substance abuse stems from an underlining mental health condition that needs addressing. Some people even use drugs or alcohol to self-medicate an undiagnosed mental illness.

During your therapy, you may be able to work towards a dual diagnosis that will see you getting help even after you leave the rehab.

Part two involves you learning how to identify the triggers for your cravings. Once they are identified, you will be able to start trying to avoid them or preparing yourself before dealing with them.

Part three is learning how to replace substance abuse with healthier coping mechanisms such as mindfulness. This is a big part of long-term addiction management that will allow you to achieve long-term recovery.

All of these treatment therapies should come together to allow you to identify your problems, avoid your triggers and live a healthier lifestyle.

It won’t be easy, but it will give you the best opportunity to achieve long-term recovery.


What is the Cost of Private Rehab?

With private rehab, you really get what you pay for. Much of the cost comes from how long you want to stay at the facility and the kind of experience you want.

Some factors include:

  • If you want a private or shared room
  • What kind of therapy do you want
  • What additional extras you may need
  • The length of your rehab programme
  • The rehab location and facilities

On average, it costs anywhere from £3,000 to £12,000 for the full rehab stay.

But don’t worry, it is always worth checking if you or your employer pays into private medical insurance as they may be able to cover some or all of the costs.


How Rehab Clinics Group Can Help

At Rehab Clinics Group, we can see that you end up in a drug and alcohol rehab centre that can help you. We can book you in for a drug and alcohol rehab centre in Leighton Buzzard or anywhere else in the country that you may prefer.

We are here to make this difficult time in your life just a little bit easier by taking the pressure and guesswork away from finding the right rehab centre.

We take the time to get to know you and ensure that you are in the right place. Then, we are here to help you.

All you need to do is call us at 0800 470 0382 or fill out our contact form.


Frequently Asked Questions

  • How do I find a rehab near me?

    If you’re looking for a drug or alcohol rehab in Bognor Regis we can help find the perfect place for your individual needs. All it takes to start the ball rolling is a call or message so contact us today.
  • What are the main signs of addiction?

    There are many signs and symptoms of addiction but three questions you should ask yourself include: Do I drink or take drugs despite knowing there may be negative consequences? Do I need more and more of the substance to get the same effect? Do I feel anxious and feel physical and psychological symptoms when I don’t drink or use drugs? If the answer to any of these is ‘yes’ you are likely to have a problem and may have a full-blown addiction.
  • What happens after I finish rehab?

    The issue of relapse prevention is very important. You will leave rehab with the tools, knowledge and motivation you need to stay clean and sober going forward but it is always a challenge, particularly during the first couple of months. At Rehab Clinic Groups we can offer a complimentary aftercare plan for the first 12 months, which can help keep you focused and motivated, as well as provide vital support when you need it.