You may have begun your search online by looking for a ‘rehab near me’, if this is the case then you’ll likely have been faced with an enormous array of rehab treatment options.
There are many low-cost, ineffective addiction treatment services which will most certainly be a waste of your time and efforts.
At our private drug and alcohol rehab in Suffolk, we offer exceptional residential care, leading addiction therapies and personalised treatment programmes.
If you were to choose outpatient or free local health services like the NHS for your rehab treatment, it’s likely that you’ll be added to a waiting list to receive a generic programme to follow. This leads to an ineffective rehabilitation leaving you feeling disheartened and hesitant to make another attempt.
It’s long been proven that residential rehab treatment is much more effective than outpatient care. Save yourself the time and effort by coming straight to our rehab in Suffolk for your addiction treatment.
Sadly, we still experience a stigma attached to alcohol or drug addiction in the UK, despite the fact that we’re facing an addiction crisis as these substances become even more accessible.
This accessibility to alcohol and drugs has increased the demand even more for rehab centres like ours in Suffolk. We continue to do our best to raise awareness for the awful disease that is drug addiction or alcohol addiction and will also be here to help those who need it most.
Once you’ve taken that first step towards asking for support, we’ll be there to guide you every step of the way.
How do you know if you need Rehab Treatment?
Many people who are living with an addiction to alcohol or drugs could be in complete denial about their condition. This is very common as it’s only natural for us to try to hide what we may perceive to be a weakness.
However, this denial or avoidance can make getting help from a drug and alcohol rehab even harder.
If you’re unsure as to whether you have an addiction or you’re concerned that a loved one may be suffering from drug or alcohol addiction, then look out for these familiar signs to see whether you need to seek professional support immediately.
- – Have you noticed any changes in your physical appearance? Physical changes are often what we notice first, you may have noticed an unhealthy weight loss or gain, skin sores, bloodshot eyes, or pale or gaunt skin. Addiction also leaves you most susceptible to heart disease, liver disease, diabetes, and stroke.
- – Have you noticed any changes in your mental health? Not only does addiction have an awful impact on your physical health but it significantly deteriorates your mental health too. You could be experiencing increased anxiety, depression, low self-esteem, and even suicidal thoughts.
- – Are you struggling with tasks in work? The damaging impact which addiction has on your physical and mental health can have a serious effect on your capabilities in the workplace, making it difficult for you to function accurately whilst performing simple tasks, leaving you at risk of dismissal.
- – Are you experiencing financial difficulties? In addition to the possibility of losing your job, having to fund an addiction to alcohol or drugs quickly becomes very expensive. The longer your addiction continues, the more money you will spend, ultimately leaving you in debt.
- – Have your friends or family commented on any changes in your behaviour? Addiction can destroy meaningful relationships with your loved ones, as your behaviours and personality changes for the worse. Most people who are addicted to alcohol or drugs are only interested in their next fix; they tend to become disinterested in spending time with others.
Any of these signs could indicate that you’re suffering from an addiction to alcohol or drugs and need the support of a drug and alcohol rehab immediately. Your addiction won’t just fix itself, you must seek out rehab treatment before you cause yourself any long-term damage.
Do we offer Drug or Alcohol Detoxification?
Although we personalise all of our rehab treatments to suit the individual, our drug or alcohol detoxification is one of our most highly recommended rehab treatments.
It’s certainly the most effective way to safely remove the toxins from your system and cleanse your mind in preparation for your subsequent therapies.
We appreciate that a drug or alcohol detoxification can be an unpleasant experience as withdrawal symptoms are likely to present themselves.
Our team can help you to safely manage these symptoms however they can vary from mild nausea, dizziness, and headaches to insomnia, seizures, and delirium tremens (the DT’s); this is why it’s so important to undergo a detox under the supervision of addiction specialists.
If you were to attempt a detox at home alone, you’re unlikely to see any positive results whilst also putting yourself at very high risk.
What happens when you’ve completed your Rehab Treatment?
Once you’ve finished your residential addiction treatment which lasts around 28 days, our support will continue on your return home through our comprehensive aftercare plan.
The first 12 months after finishing your rehab treatment is the most challenging as this is when you’re most likely to relapse; this is where our aftercare plan helps you.
We provide dedicated helplines, addiction therapy sessions such as cognitive behavioural therapy or drug and alcohol relapse prevention, and recommend local networks including Alcoholics Anonymous or Narcotics Anonymous.
We urge you to take advantage of our excellent, evidence-based therapies within our luxurious accommodation at our rehab in Suffolk.
We will guide you every step of the way until you reach your long-term recovery goals and fully overcome your addiction to alcohol or drugs.