We have treatment centres for alcohol rehab in Nantwich
Effect of Addiction on your Health
Alcohol and drug addiction can cause serious and lifelong issues for both your body and your mental health. That is why it is important to try and do something about it as soon as possible.
The long-term effects of addiction include:
- Throat, lung or stomach cancer
- Heart or liver failure
- Kidney failure
- Bowel issues
- Erectile dysfunction
- Fertility issues
- Loss of teeth and hair
- Chronic insomnia
- Depression or anxiety
- Attention disorder
- Disassociative identity disorder
We don’t tell you this to scare you into making a change. A lifestyle change brought on by fear won’t last very long. Instead, we want you to be aware of the danger you are putting yourself in.
It can be difficult to accept that you are struggling with an addiction and need help. Reaching out is never easy, especially for drug or alcohol rehab. But it is never too late to start your recovery journey. You need to be ready to commit yourself to it.
Addiction is a very complicated condition that affects you both mentally and physically. This means that it is not something that can be cured. Unfortunately, there are no treatments to just make it go away.
Instead, the end goal is for you to learn how to manage your addiction by avoiding the triggers of your cravings and doing everything you can to prevent yourself from experiencing a relapse.
There is help available to you so that you can take control of your addiction before it is too late. You can find help in a drug and alcohol rehab centre in Nantwich, and you can start working towards long-term recovery today – call up 0800 470 0382 to start today.
Benefits of Private Rehab in Hatfield
When it comes to rehab, you have two main options available to you. The first option is to seek help from the NHS and to access treatments through one of their drug and alcohol rehab centres.
Now while the NHS is a very good option as it is accessible to everyone in the country for free, it is important that you have realistic expectations as to what exactly their help will look like.
Unfortunately, the NHS’ mental health sector is very underfunded, understaffed and overwhelmed now more than ever. They very simply do not have the resources to help everyone that needs it.
That often leads them to have no choice but to only prioritise the most severe cases.
The process in which they determine if you can get help from them or not can often take months and months. Leaving you on a waitlist to see if you qualify for help.
Even if you are offered treatment, it will often be in an outpatient facility that you will have to travel in for. That is why private alcohol and drug rehab treatment has a much better-proven success rate.
With private rehab, there are no hoops to jump through, and you are able to stay residential at the rehab for all of your treatments. This offers you a much more intense and linear treatment programme.
You will be surrounded by support and far away from any temptations, as your recovery is at the centre of everything.
While some people can be put off by the price of private rehab, the benefits far outweigh the negatives. You really do get what you pay for.
And what your paying for is the peace of mind of knowing that everything is taken care of. You don’t need to prove that you need help. With private rehab, you are given what you need, and everything will be done in a timely manner to a schedule that is convenient for you.
Private rehab can afford to give you luxurious facilities that are well-staffed and can give you the kind of rehab journey that you deserve.
The Detox Process
The detox process is a key treatment as it deals with your physical addiction and your withdrawal symptoms.
Withdrawal symptoms happen because, through developing an addiction, your body believes that it needs drugs or alcohol in order to function properly. The withdrawal symptoms can be dangerous if experienced when you are alone.
They can include:
- Hot flashes
The drug or alcohol detox can take around ten days to complete and requires careful monitoring by the medical team to make sure that the withdrawal symptoms never prove too much for your body to handle.
They do this by administering medication to relieve the withdrawal symptoms if necessary.
How Long Does Rehab Last?
Technically speaking, rehab lasts however long you want it to, as you are free to leave whenever you want.
It is recommended, however, that you at least stay for the ten-day detox treatment.
But for the best results, you should stay for the full twenty-eight-day treatment plan that will offer you everything you need for a successful recovery journey. Learn more about your options by contacting our team today.
Life After Rehab in Nantwich
Your recovery journey doesn’t end with rehab. If anything, it is only just beginning.
With most rehabs, you will be able to access aftercare services for up to a year after you have finished your treatments. This includes:
- Follow-up therapy sessions
- A custom relapse prevention plan
- Techniques on how to avoid your cravings and triggers
It is also recommended that you find yourself a local support group in Nantwich, such as Alcoholics Anonymous or Narcotics Anonymous, as they will be able to continue to support you.
Support groups can offer you the accepting and understanding environment that you would have gotten used to in rehab. They also tend to offer a sponsorship programme that will see you paired with someone further along in their recovery journey who will be there to help you.
No matter the time, day or night, if you need help, you can call them for it.
You are at the start of a long journey that will lead you to a happier and healthier life. But you don’t have to do it alone.
All you have to do is give us a call at 0800 470 0382 , and we will help you get on your way to your long-term recovery. Get help for your addiction in Nantwich with the help of our team today.
Frequently Asked Questions
How do I pick the right rehabilitation programme?You might be looking for a ‘rehab near me’ but sometimes finding a rehab that is the right fit for your personal requirements might mean looking a little further afield. We work with a range of rehabilitation centres around the UK and have a wealth of experience in matching people with the best drug and alcohol rehab for them. Contact us today to find out how we can help.
What does the rehab admissions process involve?Every addiction treatment programme is individually tailored and our thorough pre-admission screening and admission process is designed to determine your own situation and requirements. You will be interviewed and undergo a medical assessment to ensure that any treatment programme is sage to undertake before it begins.
Does rehab work?Yes, rehab really does work for those who are fully committed. Recovery is a very serious decision and for it to work you must really want to get better. Rehab will only work for you if you are committed to your recovery and stick to your treatment plan.