Key offerings available include:
- 1:1 Support from Clinical Nurse Practitioners, Registered Mental Health Nurses and Therapists
- Access to Trained Psychiatrists
- 24 Hour Nursing Care
- Comfortable & Quality Accommodation
- Clinically Led Recovery Model Underpinned by Dialectical Behavioural Therapy (DBT)
- 1 Year Aftercare
The sooner you obtain the support, guidance and treatment you need, the sooner you can overcome your addiction and live a healthier, happier and substance-free life.
Signs and Symptoms Associated with Drug and Alcohol Addictions
As an addiction arises and begins to take control of the way that an individual thinks and behaves, various signs and symptoms will be experienced. These signs and symptoms include short term symptoms that alleviate within 24-48 hours and long term symptoms that have lasting consequences.
If you have recently come to realise that you are struggling with an addiction, you will have likely felt a wealth of the short term signs and symptoms associated with drug and alcohol addictions. However, you may have believed that these were due to generally feeling unwell, especially if you have only just identified that an addiction is indeed present.
If you have been struggling with an addiction for a prolonged period, in addition to feeling the short term signs and symptoms that an addiction presents, you may have also begun to experience the long term signs and symptoms of an addiction. However, for various reasons, you may have deferred treatment or kept your struggles to yourself.
Irrespective of whether you have only recently established you are addicted to drugs or alcohol, or have been addicted for quite some time, the signs and symptoms you will experience will typically include the following;
– Persistent headaches
– Heightened anxiety
– Intense cravings
– Changes in your appearance such as weight loss and pale skin
– Extreme fatigue
– Mood swings
– Changes in appetite such as eating more or less
– Rapid heartbeat
– Loss of physical coordination
– Muscle aches and pain
You must seek support if you are experiencing any of the above signs and symptoms. Failure to do so will cause your addiction to escalate beyond your control.
Not only will this impair your physical and psychological health now, but it will leave you feeling the ramifications in the future too.
The Importance of Seeking Drug and Alcohol Treatment
If you are struggling with an addiction, you must make contact with a drug and alcohol rehab in Angus sooner rather than later.
As touched on above, failure to do so could see your addiction escalate beyond your control and have lasting ramifications on your life.
At Action Rehab, we appreciate that discussing your addiction with others is not easy. The various stigmas surrounding addictions and rehab additionally cause many to defer treatment.
However, failure to obtain treatment from a drug and alcohol rehab in Angus could see your addiction eventually cost you your life.
Regardless of your personal circumstances, you will find that there is a wealth of treatment, support and guidance readily available for you to take advantage of. You will also find that many others will resonate with how you feel.
If you still find yourself debating whether or not to seek support from a drug and alcohol rehab in Angus, we have listed just some of the benefits of doing so below;
- – Attending a drug and alcohol rehab in Angus will help you withdraw from the substance you have become addicted to in a safe space.
- – Attending a drug and alcohol rehab in Angus will provide you with the opportunity to uncover the factors that have contributed to your addiction and develop coping strategies that will help you overcome these.
- – Attending a drug and alcohol rehab in Angus will mitigate the risk of relapsing in the future.
- – Attending a drug and alcohol rehab in Angus will alleviate the short term side effects associated with an addiction and minimise the overall impact that the long term side effects have on your life.
Referring Yourself To A Drug and Alcohol Rehab in Angus
At Action Rehab, our team is often the first port of call for those struggling with addictions. Although the thought of referring yourself to a drug and alcohol rehab in Angus for addiction treatment is daunting, we are here to support you.
As and when you are ready to make contact with a drug and alcohol rehab in Angus, our team will be on hand to provide you with non-judgemental and confidential guidance.
We will take the time to listen to how your addiction has impaired your life, and offer a wealth of support surrounding how to turn your life around.
When you contact us, we will also conduct a pre-admission assessment. This assessment will take place over the phone and will seem more like a conversation about your addiction than it will an assessment.
We will ask you a couple of questions to determine the severity of your addiction and the side effects that you experience, before recommending treatment that is in your best interest.
If you are happy to go ahead and embark on the treatment that is recommended, we will locate a suitable drug and alcohol rehab in Angus for you. We will then ensure that you are provided with an admission date so that you can commence treatment.
Throughout the referral process, we will be on hand to answer any questions you may have.
Take The First Step In Overcoming Your Addiction Today
Are you ready to put your addiction behind you once and for all? Do you desire a future free from the shackles of addiction? Are you determined to seek treatment and make a long term recovery?
If you have answered yes to any of the above questions, seeking support from a drug and alcohol rehab in Angus is in your best interest.
By calling us today, we can ensure that you secure the treatment that you require from a suitable rehab.
Take the first step in overcoming your addiction and call us on 0151 268 6992.