Drug and alcohol rehab is on the rise, as addiction and drug related deaths slowly increase. Addiction does not discriminate against age, background, wealth or lifestyle, but it does seem to carry a certain stigma around with it. Here at Action Rehab, we don’t judge based on the choices you have made, but instead we can provide a friendly and supportive team that will listen to your issues and help you find the best road to recovery.
With Rehab centres dotted around the whole UK, we can offer both residential rehab centres for rehabilitation, or outpatient services for detox clinics or specialised addiction treatment at drug clinics or alcohol clinics. Our high quality facilities and professional staff will provide you with a calm and supportive environment to help you understand your addiction.
Kick start your rehab in Dewsbruy today by giving our friendly and supportive team a call. With our initial phone assessment we will listen to your struggles and advise on the best course of action to take. We can help you choose your drug and alcohol rehabilitation treatment program and will support you every step of the way.
How do I know I have an addiction?
An addiction is defined as something you do not have control to stop doing, to the point where it becomes harmful to you. This means that you can become addicted to anything, from drugs, alcohol to shopping and work. Whatever your addiction is, you need to treat it as an illness to recover from it.
Addiction can be caused by stress, mental health issues and is also driven by the chemicals present in drugs and alcohol. The process of addiction involves a repetitive action that gives you that good feeling, “high”, sense of relief, that you continue trying to obtain; fuelling your addiction. This repetitiveness forms a habit that becomes the addiction. You can no longer find this good feeling, “high, or sense of relief anywhere else expect when you take this drug, or drink enough alcohol. Once you have established this particular behavioural pattern it is particularly hard to change, especially without professional help, as your mind and body becomes dependent.
Anyone can become addicted to something, which is why we will help support anyone that needs our help. When dealing with both the physical and psychological impact of your addiction, it is vital to seek professional help to achieve long term recovery. At our drug and alcohol rehab in Dewsbury we offer detox clinics and therapy treatment options to help you understand and overcome your addiction.
What are the effects of addiction on Mental Health?
Addiction is isolating and lonely. It damages your work life, breaks apart families and relationships and takes control of your life. If substance misuse forms part or the whole of your addiction, it will also have physical as well as psychological impacts on you.
The physical implications include serious health issues, such as irreversible liver damage from alcohol abuse. This is why it is so important that you don’t delay your recovery.
The psychological effects of addiction will depend, like the physical implications, in part on what your addiction is based on, but there are some similarities between all addiction types.
Suffering with addiction will isolate you socially from friends and family, as you will prioritise the addiction over everything else in your life. Friends and family will start to disappear and the loneliness that is left can have a detrimental impact on your mental health and wellbeing. As your social world breaks down, anxiety and depression become common mental health illnesses that isolate you even further.
At Action rehab, we have a friendly and supportive team who will offer you guidance through every step of your recovery. You can kick start your recovery today, by giving us a call. Let us help you rebuild your life and reforge your relationships and self esteem.
How can drug and alcohol rehab in Dewsbury help?
Our alcohol and rehab in Dewsbury provides completely personalised treatment options, allowing you to take back control of your life and decide on your recovery options. With high quality facilities and professional care, you can confidently check-in to one of our rehab centres, knowing you’re in the best possible care.
All of our treatment programmes include certain steps to help aid your long term recovery. Once you have settled into the centre, detox is always the first step. Through a detox we will slowly reduce your consumption levels until your body if free from the substance. Although it sounds fairly straightforward, detox can be a dangerous process; due to the withdrawal symptoms, and will always be conducted under medical supervision. Your withdrawal symptoms will depend on the length and severity of your addiction, which is why our team of medical professionals will work with you to create a personalised detox treatment program.
To help you understand your addiction and the triggers in your life, our rehab centres in Dewsbury also include therapy treatment. It’s vital for long term recovery that you understand the causes of your addiction, how to manage it and reduce those stressful situations that would drive you to it.
There are a number of therapy options that we provide and include the following; cognitive behavioural therapy, individual therapy, groups therapy and often motivational sessions. We’ll work with you to decide on the best course of therapy for you, based on your addiction, lifestyle and medical history.
Take back control of your life today at one of our drug and alcohol rehab centres in Dewsbury. With our personalised treatment programmes and aftercare support, such as meetings and group sessions, we can help you achieve long term recovery.
Where do I start?
All you need to do is give our friendly and supportive team a call. With our initial phone assessment we will discuss your addiction, lifestyle and medical history to help you decide on the right treatment options for you. From there we will book an admission date into one of our rehab centres and you can start your journey to recovery.
Take back control and kick start your long term recovery by giving us a call today.