We understand how hard life can be when you’re living with an addiction. Over the years, we’ve seen people lose their jobs, witnessed families torn apart, and watched people’s physical and psychological health deteriorate so significantly they’re almost unrecognisable.
Our drug and alcohol rehab will help you to avoid these devastating effects of addiction and encourage you to see how much better life could be when you’re free from alcohol or drugs.
We boast an excellent drug and rehab facility with luxurious accommodation and private rooms for all of our clients. We’re so proud of the exceptional team that we’ve created to take care of your addiction treatment.
Made up of psychologists, doctors, nurses, counsellors, mental health therapists, and various other recovery workers, our team are highly motivated and very experienced when it comes to treatment for drug addiction.
They will guide you every step of the way as you embark on your journey to long-term recovery. Support for family is also provided as we completely understand how important it is to make sure you’re loved ones are taken care of.
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Are you suffering from Drug and Alcohol addiction and need help? Action Rehab is a leading UK based expert in Rehabilitation. Find out how we can help by getting in touch with our friendly team today.
What are the Signs that you need Treatment for Drug Addiction?
At our drug and alcohol rehab Keighley, we often see clients who are in denial about their drug or alcohol addiction. Whether they’ve been referred by a friend or family member or they’ve taken advantage of our intervention service, the first step to admitting they have a problem can be very challenging.
When you’re suffering from an alcohol or drug addiction, you’re often oblivious by anything else going on around you as you’re so focused on your next ‘fix’. You’ll likely believe that your actions are only having an impact on yourself, but this couldn’t be further from the truth.
Your friends and family will also be feeling the devastating effects which addiction has on so many lives.
If you’re noticing any of the below about yourself or a loved one, it could be an indication that treatment for alcohol addiction is needed immediately.
- Having difficulty remembering things, particularly short term
- Feeling isolated from friends and family
- Feeling withdrawal symptoms when alcohol isn’t consumed
- Joining a new social circle who encourage substance abuse
- Stealing from loved ones to fund a drink or drug habit
- Secretly consuming drugs or alcohol at any given opportunity
- Lying about your substance abuse
- Losing interest in your appearance and personal hygiene
What Therapies are included in Addiction Treatment?
During your time at our drug and alcohol rehab Keighley, whether you’re an inpatient or an outpatient, you’ll follow a personalised addiction treatment programme which has been tailored to suit the needs of your specific condition.
Our expert team will carefully select the therapies which they believe will be the most beneficial to your recovery and will include a variety of physical, psychological and well-being therapies to ensure you receive a well-balanced approach to your treatment for alcohol addiction.
An alcohol detox is a therapy we regularly recommend for most of our clients as it’s the most efficient way to remove the toxins from your system. Detoxing is the process of gradually reducing your drug or alcohol intake until you’re left with none in your system, thus reducing your physical cravings for the substance.
It’s very important that you only ever undergo an alcohol detox in a safe and professional environment such as our drug and alcohol rehab Keighley. Detoxing is a risky process if you don’t understand what you’re doing, it requires the guidance and support of medical professionals within a secure setting.
Our team can offer prescribed medication if necessary to ease the discomfort of withdrawal symptoms.
Once you’ve completed your alcohol detox, you’ll likely move onto your subsequent psychological and well-being therapies.
These could include cognitive behavioural therapy (also known as CBT), dialectical behaviour therapy (DBT), drug or alcohol relapse prevention, stress management, counselling, mindfulness, art therapy, music therapy, fitness therapy, yoga, low level laser therapy, and relaxation and sleep management.
By following a mixture of these therapies, you’ll be giving yourself the best opportunity to achieve a long-term recovery from drug or alcohol addiction.
What happens after Drug and Alcohol Rehab?
Once you’ve completed your drug or alcohol rehab programme which typically lasts around 28 days, you will return home to continue your recovery journey with the tools and knowledge you’ve gained from our addiction specialists.
Making sure that you follow a structured aftercare plan is just as important as completing your therapy sessions.
Rehabilitating from drug or alcohol addiction is a complex challenge, it won’t just happen overnight so it’s essential that you’re fully prepared to take on this experience.
We’re confident that our drug and alcohol rehab Keighley can safely guide you along this life-changing journey to create a happier and healthier future to look forward to.