You’ll likely be dealing with the devastating impacts which addiction has on your physical and mental health, not to mention the damaging effect it has on your relationships with family and friends.
Life can be very challenging when you’re suffering from an addiction, but it’s important to remember that it’s not just yourself that you’re affecting, but also those around you.
If you’re not motivated to seek out professional rehabilitation support for yourself, then perhaps you’ll be motivated to give your loved ones a better quality of life where they’re not stressed or worried about you all of the time.
How does someone become addicted to Alcohol or Drugs?
There are many reasons why someone may develop an addiction to alcohol or drugs, most of the time it can be a combination of different reasons which has led someone down this path.
Our expert team of addiction specialists will help you to identify the cause of your addiction which will in turn aid your recovery as you’ll be able to better understand your triggers and how it all started.
One of the most common reasons why people develop a drug addiction or alcohol addiction is when they’re suffering from poor mental health and turn to substance abuse as a way to cope with their psychological pain.
Of course, this only makes things much worse in the long run as you’ll be living with an addiction and mental health problems; we refer to this as a dual diagnosis.
Our team are well-experienced in treating all severities of different kinds of addictions including dual diagnosis. Whilst you may not even realise you have a dual diagnosis; we’ll be able to identify this and treat your condition accordingly.
There’s absolutely nothing to be embarrassed or ashamed of when it comes to asking for help, it’s an extremely brave thing to do for which you’ll be rewarded a happier and healthier future to look forward to.
Another common reason why someone may have become to addicted to alcohol or drugs could be down to the environment in which they grew up in or the circle in which they now socialise.
These environmental factors like where you live or who you surround yourself with can be very instrumental in an addiction developing.
Peer pressure is often a cause of substance abuse which quickly turns into a physical dependency followed by a psychological addiction which is much more difficult to recover from.
Some people turn to alcohol or drugs as a way to cope with a traumatic event in their life such as a bereavement or job loss. Similarly, to the above, this could begin with small amounts of consumption but quickly develop into a full addiction.
You must seek professional support from a drug and alcohol rehab as soon as you can. Drug addiction or alcohol addiction can’t be treated with medication alone, you require the physical, psychological, emotional, and social support of addiction specialists at our rehab in St Annes.
Finding the right Rehab Treatment for you
If you were to search online for a ‘rehab near me’, you’ll be faced with a wide variety of addiction treatment options. From low-cost ineffective treatments with free local health services like the NHS to private drug and alcohol rehab centres like ours who boasts a very high success rate.
With the NHS addiction treatments, you’ll likely be added to a long waiting list to receive your rehab treatment which will then be a generic programme to follow.
Whereas, with our private drug and alcohol rehab in St Annes, we have the resources and expertise to completely personalise your addiction treatment so it’s as effective as it can be for your specific needs.
Studies have shown that addiction treatment is much more effective when you join a residential programme as opposed to receiving rehab treatment as an outpatient.
When you stay with us at our drug rehab for the duration of your treatment, you’ll benefit from 24/7 support and care, in addition to continuous progress checks, leading addiction therapies, and the space to fully focus on achieving your long-term recovery goals.
Being able to give your rehabilitation your 100% focus is imperative to your recovery. As an outpatient returning home each night, you’ll likely be faced with distractions along with the stresses of daily life.
This can make focusing on your rehabilitation even more challenging as you could be returning home to negatives influences each night, which could potentially lead to a relapse.
Give yourself the best opportunity to succeed by joining our residential addiction treatment programme at our drug and alcohol rehab St Annes.
We take care of your laundry, all housekeeping, and provide daily nutritious meals to ensure you remain motivated whilst working towards your recovery.
What kind of Therapies do we deliver?
We’re very proud to deliver industry leading addiction therapies which focus on your psychological and physical connections to drug or alcohol addiction.
Some of the highly recommended therapies we may include in your personalised addiction treatment are cognitive behavioural therapy, counselling, motivational interviewing, relapse prevention, stress management, and drug or alcohol detoxification.
In addition to these more traditional therapies, we also ensure that each of our clients receive therapies which focus on improving their general well-being such as mindfulness, yoga, relaxation and sleep management, low level laser therapy, art therapy, music therapy, fitness therapy, and nutritional support therapy.
This holistic approach to your rehabilitation will give you the best chance of success.
If you’re prepared to fully focus on your rehabilitation and give it everything you have, then we want to hear from you.