The best choice you make today may well be deciding to find a rehab in Buckingham with the help of Action Rehab.
Drug and alcohol addiction can take a hold on anyone’s life, it does not pick and choose. Addiction can also creep up on a person, and what you may have thought was just a seemingly harmless recreational habit has suddenly gotten out of your control.
However, regardless of whether you are only just realising that you have fallen prey to an addiction, or whether you have been struggling with drug addiction and/or alcohol addiction for a long time, Action Rehab’s drug and alcohol treatment facilities can help you overcome your addiction and forge a long-lasting recovery.
The fact that you have arrived at this page suggests that you have accepted that you have a problem with substance abuse or alcoholism, which is an important first step on the road to recovery.
Alternatively, you may be here as you are concerned about the drug or alcohol habits of a friend or loved one. If this is the case, we can operate via family and friend referrals.
All you need to do is call us and explain the situation your friend or loved one is facing, and we will work together with you to formulate a plan which sees them get on their way to a well-rounded and long-term recovery.
How Do You Know That You Need Addiction Treatment?
Drug addiction or alcohol addiction can cause you to start neglecting all of the important things in your life.
When you are suffering from a serious substance abuse disorder your relationships, hobbies, job, friends, loved ones, and finances can all start to be neglected in pursuit of your next “fix.”
This can cause you to not only put your living situation in jeopardy but can also cause you to feel completely isolated and alone. However, at Action Rehab we are always here to listen and offer you a helping hand, no matter how alone you may feel.
Long-term drug or alcohol abuse can also cause you to develop serious physical side-effects as well, which can be more prominent the longer that your addiction goes untreated.
The long-lasting side-effects that drug addiction and alcohol addiction can include the likes of, but are not restricted to: diabetes, malnutrition, infertility, liver damage, heart damage, cancer, increased risk in suffering from strokes, seizures, development of behavioural disorders, anxiousness, depression, and an increased risk of developing schizophrenia.
As the side-effects of your addiction start to become progressively evident, it’s vital that you attend professional rehab treatment for your addiction as imminently as you can.
While you may be concerned that confessing to yourself and others that you have an addiction may mean that people form assumptions and start to look at you differently, keeping your drug or alcohol addiction as a secret can only further exacerbate come of your negative addiction side-effects.
Why You Should Start Attending Rehab
You may be under the belief that in order to overcome your substance abuse disorder all you need to do is to simply stop consuming the substance that you have become addicted to.
However, simply going cold turkey in your own home is not only unlikely to help you to achieve a long-lasting and successful recovery, but it also can be incredibly dangerous.
This is due to the symptoms that can present when a person goes through drug withdrawal or alcohol withdrawal. The process of detoxification is unavoidable on the road to recovery, as it is the initial process by which negative substances are removed from your body.
When a person is experiencing detox, they can present with a series of symptoms. Withdrawal effects everyone different, however, the symptoms can include anxiousness and paranoia, blood pressure fluctuations, hallucinations, nausea and vomiting, headaches, and many more.
In order to safely and healthily detox, you should experience the withdrawal process at one of Action Rehab’s detox clinic.
At our detox clinic, our medical staff will be able to help you to experience this process with medically-assisted detoxification treatments which will monitor and treat your symptoms as they present.
This will then allow you to be in the right physical and psychological condition to start the next courses of your addiction treatment.
Our Therapies And Courses Will Both Get You Sober, And Keep You Sober!
Once you have safely and efficiently detoxed, and have removed all negative substances from your body with our help, your body and brain will be perfectly prepped for the beginning of your recovery.
Such specialist treatments and therapies that can ensure that this is possible include the likes of:
One-to-one/individual therapy — one-to-one therapy sessions conducted with the guidance of one of our highly-trained addiction therapists will help you to drill down and root out the cause of you having developed your addiction. This will enable you to be able to better confront it going forward.
Group therapy — a trained addiction therapist will also guide you and other people at the rehab through your issues by building an invaluable support network.
Psychological evaluation and cognitive behavioural therapy (CBT) — CBT and dual-diagnosis therapy will be able to help retrain the way your brain thinks about addiction, and also treat any other underlying mental health conditions that you have as well as your addiction.
Stress management — art therapy, exercise, family drug support, and other wellness classes will help to reduce your stress levels which can contribute to your addiction.
Relapse prevention and a complimentary aftercare program — by experiencing relapse prevention training and our one-year complimentary aftercare program your chances of relapsing will be massively diminished, meaning you can enjoy a long-lasting and successful recovery.
Going to rehab is a large life decision, but it is one that will improve your life for the better.
Being able to put the things you actually care about in life at the forefront of your mind, and living free from the spectre of addiction is something that you deserve, and something which you can start working towards today.