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Alcohol Rehab Centres In Northamptonshire

We have treatment centres for alcohol rehab in Northamptonshire

Are you struggling with a drug or alcohol addiction in Northamptonshire? Thankfully, there is help available to you and you can make a full recovery from your addiction by attending a drug and alcohol rehab centre.


A Bit About Drug and Alcohol Addictions

When you develop a drug or alcohol addiction, it doesn’t only affect you. It also affects those around you including your friends and family.

If you are currently suffering from addiction in Northamptonshire, it’s important to know that you are not alone. It’s no secret that the people in Britain enjoy an occasional drink.

Billions of people consume alcohol daily all over the world and Northamptonshire is no exception to that. Drinking alcohol and taking drugs is seen as an enjoyable experience for those who consume them. They’re often taken as part of socialising in places such as parties or events.

However, drug and alcohol consumption is not always fun and games. Sometimes, your innocent alcohol and drug sessions can soon develop into a dependency which results in a continued addiction to a particular subject.

These addictions can lead to the destruction of your personal life, damages to your health, and challenges with your professional life.

Drug and alcohol addictions have been known to break up marriages, cause loss of contact between parents and children, and cause many other negative relationship effects.

Addictions can also cause problems with finances and your job, which can result in accumulating a lot of debts and potentially even homelessness in some extreme cases.

The worst part of drug and alcohol addictions is the effects that it can have on your health. When you consume drugs or alcohol on a regular basis, your health can deteriorate extremely quickly.

It’s been found that drug and alcohol abuse can lower your life expectancy by at least 12 years.

If you are based in Northamptonshire and you’re suffering from a drug or alcohol addiction, get in touch with us today to start your recovery journey sooner rather than later.


Why Are Addictions So Hard to Beat?

Addictions are known as being a serious disease or disorder. Addictions tend to alter your brain. Substance abuse is a complex condition that works on a reward system. The more drugs and alcohol you consume, the more your body craves them.

One of the main characteristics of addiction is that the addict will continue to consume the addictive substance regardless of any psychological or physical damage that the addiction may be causing. They will continue consuming substances regardless of any negative effects that they may be having on their life.

This means that it is extremely difficult for addicts to simply just stop taking the substance they’re addicted to because even though they’re aware of the harm it’s causing themselves and those around them, the addiction still keeps them taking the substances.

Addictions are also known to become progressively worse over time. This is because the tolerance to drugs or alcohol increases over time. Also, withdrawal symptoms when addicts stop taking drugs or consuming alcohol get progressively worse over time as well.

Many addicts do have the desire to stop but will usually not be able to due to the withdrawal symptoms. This can then lead to the addiction problem getting even worse due to the negative emotions that come with not being able to stop.

Thankfully though, addictions can be treated and the most effective method is within a drug and alcohol rehab centre.


Coming Off the Alcohol or Drugs in Rehab

When you attend rehab, you will usually go through a detox stage at the start of the treatment program. This is the part of rehab when alcohol or drugs will leave your system. It is usually the most difficult part of the rehab treatment.

Withdrawal symptoms can vary depending on a variety of different factors including the type of substance that you’re addicted to, the amount of substance that was being taken, and the length of time that the addiction has been present.

When you go through a detox treatment in rehab, you will have access to around the clock care and support, and you will have access to medical assistance if needed.

This is one of the biggest benefits of rehab treatments and this stage can be quite dangerous to go through on your own. Usually, when people detox outside of rehab, they will often end up relapsing due to the withdrawals that are caused in this stage.

The majority of withdrawal symptoms in a detox stage will usually subside within 10-14 days after first starting the detox.

However, some of the psychological issues could remain for much longer and the cravings will often still occur for a very long time. For this reason it is also important that you have a good aftercare plan once you end rehabilitation treatment; services such as Alcoholics Anonymous can also help with relapse prevention in the long term.


Finding a Drug and Alcohol Rehab Centre in Northamptonshire

Are you an addict looking to make a recovery from your addiction, or is someone you know struggling with an addiction and you want to find out more about drug and alcohol rehab in Northamptonshire?

We have recovery centres based all over the UK and Spain. If you are interested in attending a private rehab centre to overcome your addiction, we can help make your dreams of recovery a reality.

Our residential treatment centres provide effective rehab and detox treatments that aim to heal the mind and body so that you can achieve a long-lasting recovery.

All of our centres provide accommodation with the best facilities and well-trained, friendly staff. We aim to make your stay as comfortable as possible when you’re with us. This means you can fully focus on your main goal of recovering from your addiction.

To find out more about our facilities and how we can help you, give us a call today on 03301 596 494 and our friendly team will be happy to answer any questions you may have.