Often the hardest step is admitting you’re struggling with addiction, which is why we have a supportive and friendly team on hand to talk to you about your experience and advise on the best treatment options.
Addiction can happen to anyone, but it’s extremely difficult, and often dangerous, to break this cycle, especially if your substance misuse is a long standing issue. That is where we can help. At Action Rehab, we have a wide variety of resources on hand to help you find the best rehabilitation treatment centre for you. Whether you’re looking to get away from your everyday life and check-in to a residential rehab centre, or if you’re looking for specialised outpatient detox clinics, we can help you find the best treatment program for you.
today to start your long term recovery journey at drug and alcohol rehab in Anglesey.
What are the effects of addiction?
Addiction is defined as something you have no control over doing, to the point where it harms you. It can cause both physical and psychological damage and can affect anyone.
If left untreated, addiction can tear apart relationships, lead to job loss and can cause spiralling debt, as your focus shifts onto achieving the high from your addiction. Family and friends may disappear, creating a very isolating experience, which can lead to a rise in anxiety and depression.
Alongside these psychological effects of addiction, substance misuse can also cause irreparable damage to your body. If your addiction isn’t treated it could kill you.
However, no matter how bad your addiction has become, there is always a way to overcome it. With our help, you can find your pathway to long term recovery at drug and alcohol rehab in Anglesey and start rebuilding your life and relationships. Our dedicated team offer a free and confidential phone consultation where we will discuss with you your addiction, medical history and what help is available to you in Anglesey or further afield.
How we treat addiction
Addiction often starts as a coping mechanism, but it can quickly get out of control. Despite the temporary release you may experience from substance misuse, the effects of the addiction will continue to increase the longer you continue your consumption, as you’ll need to keep consuming more to reach that high.
At Action Rehab, we understand that treating addiction isn’t just about treating the body, but also the mind. We always recommend treating addiction at residential rehab centres as this can provide you with the space and positive environment required for successful recovery. At our rehab centres, we create personalised treatment programmes to suit each individual, but each treatment program will include both detox and therapy. It’s important to understand your individual causes of addiction, as well as what triggers your everyday consumption habits. Throughout your stay you’ll be provided with the tools you need to help you maintain your sobriety.
Detox is usually the first treatment undertaken, but is supported by a range of therapy treatment options. From cognitive behavioural therapy, to individual and group therapy, there are many options for you to choose from to help you recover from addiction.
Leaving rehab in Anglesey can be a daunting prospect and is often when relapse will occur, which is why we extend our support to you after you leave.
How detox works
Detox is always the first step that is taken at drug and alcohol rehab in Anglesey. It’s often tempting to try detoxing at home, by yourself, but we would always strongly discourage you from doing this. If you suffer from a well established addiction you will have built up a tolerance to the substance, which means that you’ll suffer from withdrawal symptoms if you try to reduce your consumption levels, or go cold turkey.
At our rehab centres in Anglesey, our professional, medical teams will work with you to develop a detox schedule, whereby your consumption levels are reduced at a safe pace, whilst being monitored. The longer your addiction, the more severe your withdrawal symptoms will be, which is why detox must be completed under medical supervision.
Detox can often just take a couple of days, but each program will be personalised to your own specific needs.
We always recommend taking detox treatment options at our residential rehab centres, rather than an outpatient detox clinic, as you’ll be separated from all of your daily temptations whilst dealing with this difficult task.
What to expect from residential rehab?
Drug and alcohol rehabilitation centres are often assumed to be clinical, cold and uninviting places, but this could not be further than the truth.
Residential rehab in Anglesey, offers a comfortable, welcoming, and supportive space, designed to make you feel at home. With healthy, nutritious meals, quality facilities and supportive staff, you will find the experience enlightening and relaxing.
Rehab treatment programmes will initially last for 28 days, but can be extended if required. Your personalised treatment program will focus on detox, group and individual therapy sessions, workshops and holistic treatment options. You’ll be given the time to reflect and develop a healthier, more positive lifestyle.
Our friendly and supportive staff offer help and advice every step of the way and you will be provided with the necessary tools to help you maintain your sobriety upon leaving the centre.
What happens after rehab?
Often the scariest part of rehab is leaving at the end of your treatment program, but rest assured we’ll still offer you support and advice when you leave.
At the end of your treatment program, you will develop, with the correct guidance, a Relapse Prevention Plan to ensure you feel confident to manage your long term recovery back in the real world.
We can also help you find alcohol anonymous meetings or groups for peer support in and around the Anglesey area, to aid with your healthier, more positive lifestyle.
Kick start your journey to recovery today and give our friendly and supportive team a .