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Alcohol Rehab Centres In Rhyl

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Addiction Treatment Options in Rhyl

Finding treatment for your addiction is the first step in your long journey to long-term recovery. It may not seem like that big of a step, but deciding on your treatment option can shape what the rest of your recovery process will look like. For example, you can seek treatment for your addiction from the NHS.

With this treatment option, you can expect to receive all your treatments as an outpatient service. This means that your recovery will be stretched out longer, and you will still have access to drugs and alcohol during this delicate time. It is also quite difficult to access as there tends to always be a long waiting list to see a doctor about a potential addiction. It can be very easy to become disillusioned by the recovery process through this. It is a much longer process, but due to this treatment option being free for everyone in the country, it can help people who maybe can’t afford the next option.

That option is treatment from a private drug and alcohol rehab centre in Rhyl. Private rehab can offer a much more linear experience as it tends to be done as an inpatient service, and you will be able to receive all of your treatments one after the other.

You will also have the added benefit of being able to be kept from all temptation as the centre does not allow alcohol or drugs on the premises. The only way to access anything even close is by having it administered by a member of the facility’s medical team who is there to keep you safe and healthy. Some people can be put off by the price of private rehab as, on average, it costs £1,000 a week to stay for all of your treatments. But you really do get what you pay for and what your pay for is your future.


What Happens During Rehab Treatment?

Both the physical and mental aspects need to be considered to treat addiction. This means that there are separate treatments for both physical and mental addictions. If you want to achieve long-term recovery, both must be treated and taken seriously.

The first to be treated tends to be the physical addiction to alcohol and certain drugs such as heroin. Physical addiction is formed when you start abusing a substance, creating a dopamine rush. Soon your body will grow dependent on substance abuse and believe it needs it to produce any dopamine. As dopamine is a very important chemical that causes you to feel pleasure, your body causes you to cave drugs or alcohol to keep making it. And why, when these cravings are ignored, you will experience withdrawal symptoms that can include:

  • Mood swings
  • Anxiety
  • Depression
  • Irritability
  • Aggression
  • Paranoia
  • Insomnia
  • Nightmares or night terrors
  • Headache
  • Measure
  • Vomiting
  • Hives
  • Hot flashes
  • Chills
  • Diarrhoea
  • Muscle pain
  • Muscle spasms
  • Hallucinations
  • Fever
  • Dehydration
  • Delirium
  • Seizures

These are treated with a drug and alcohol detox that takes around ten days to complete and safely weans your body off all drugs and alcohol.

You will be monitored by the rehab centre’s medical team night and day during this time. They will ensure you are safe and that your withdrawal symptoms never get a chance to progress to the point of danger, as they can provide you with medication to relieve your withdrawal symptoms. This should deal with your physical addiction by making it safe to go without drugs or alcohol. It should also give you some relief from your cravings. The mental addiction is then treated with therapy.

Therapy in drug and alcohol rehab is designed to help you to understand your mental health so that you can identify the triggers for your cravings. You will also learn healthier coping mechanisms to replace your substance abuse so that you can manage your addiction in the long run. There are a few different types of therapy that you may be given during your stay. This is just because the human mind is very complex. It needs a personalised approach so that it can work for you.

The different types of therapies are:

  • Motivational interviewing
  • Group therapy
  • Cognitive behavioural therapy
  • Individual therapy
  • Holistic therapy


Is Private Drug and Alcohol Rehab the Best Form of Treatment?

It has been proven repeatedly that if you want to achieve long-term recovery, the best place to go is a private alcohol and drug rehab centre. Private drug and alcohol rehab centres are able to take the time to consider your personal needs and experiences so that you get the customer care you need. You are treated as a person, not just the patient with you, keeping the power to decide what kind of experience you want and need.


The Admissions Process to Rehab

To access treatment in a private drug and alcohol rehab in Rhyl, all you need to do is a book in for a pre-admissions assessment. This is so that you can talk to a staff member, and they can ensure that your individual needs will be met by the centre. This is a very short conversation; after it, you will be able to pay the deposit for your treatments and book in for when to start.

It is as quick and simple as possible because they understand that speed plays a key role in leading to a successful recovery journey. The biggest issue surrounding private rehab is knowing which one to go to and getting ready to begin treatments.


Start Recovery Today

At Rehab Clinics Group, we help you find the drug and alcohol rehab centre in Rhyl that will work for you. We have years of experience matching people with rehab that has led them towards long-term recovery, and we can do the same for you. To access our services and talk to a member of our team, all you need to do is give us a call at 0800 470 0382.


Frequently Asked Question

  • What is outpatient rehab?

    If someone is suffering from a milder form of addiction, they may be eligible for outpatient rehab. Outpatient rehab is when someone only attends a rehab facility for around 10-12 hours a week to receive treatment. They will still receive a mixture of therapies and work on recovery the same as someone in inpatient rehab. However, the benefit of outpatient treatment options is that the person can still attend work or school whilst receiving their treatment. Sometimes inpatients may become outpatients as a way to slowly make the transition out of rehab.
  • Is It Common To Attend A Residential Rehab?

    Due to the demand the NHS faces, a surge in people attending residential rehabs has been noted in recent years. Although many believe that residential rehab is only available to a select few, this is not true. People from all walks of life enter our private residential rehab centres across the United Kingdom every day.
  • How long are rehab programmes typically?

    Typically, rehab programmes usually take around 28 days – that programme includes drug or alcohol detox. After detox, you will be physically sober and hopefully feel ready to return to your normal life. Some people can afford to stay in rehab longer and programmes can run up to 12 weeks in some facilities, depending on the severity of the addiction. What is important is that you pick the programme that suits your circumstances and recovery goals.