If you’re struggling to rid yourself of your addiction to alcohol or drugs, then our residential rehab is the best solution for you to lead a happier, healthier life.
Addiction can have devastating effects on your physical and psychological well-being, not to mention to those around you. Here at Nova Recovery, our rehab in Ayr can support you with innovative addiction treatments, comfortable accommodation, and a highly experienced team of medical professionals. Give yourself the best chance of recovery and contact our team today on 0147 530 3039.
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Are you suffering from drug and/or alcohol addiction and need help? If so, Nova Recovery are leading UK based experts in Private Drug and Alcohol Rehabilitation Treatment. Find out how we can help by getting in touch with our friendly team today.
We can help you work through your denial
The feelings of rejection and denial are very common for those struggling with drug or alcohol addiction. If you’ve ever attempted to recover at home, these feelings can be intensified as a result of a failed recovery attempt. It’s not unusual to feel like you’re convincing yourself that you don’t need professional support.
However, this couldn’t be further from the truth. No matter how mild you might think your addiction is, if you don’t seek help immediately, your addiction will only worsen leading to potentially life-threatening illnesses or diseases, or irreversible mental health damage.
Admitting that you need help is a big challenge to overcome, but you must recognise that your addiction is affecting your ability to make logical decisions. More often than not, people who are addicted to alcohol or drugs will have a dual diagnosis, meaning they’re also suffering from a mental health problem. Both an addiction and a mental health problem will have a detrimental effect on your decision-making capabilities.
Do you find it difficult to reason with yourself or feel impulsive towards certain things? It’s quite common for people who are addicted to alcohol or drugs to experience these feelings and to believe that they remain in control of the situation, of course, they’re not. These factors only mean that you need professional support more than ever.
How do you know when you or a loved one is suffering from an addiction?
In the UK, drinking alcohol is widely accepted as a social activity and is safe to do so in moderation. However, when this social drinking becomes much more excessive within a short space of time, you could be binge drinking which is then likely to turn into an established alcohol addiction. Similarly, with drugs, this abuse can result in life-changing illnesses, many of which can be irreversible if left too late to treat.
As discussed, most people who suffer from drug or alcohol addiction are unable to recognise when they need professional support. There are some common symptoms to look out for such as depression, anxiety, sweats, dizziness, difficulty sleeping, skin sores, shakes, redness of the face, fluctuating temperatures, feeling sick and weight gain. If you’ve noticed that yourself or a loved one is experiencing any of these, and you suspect a drug or alcohol addiction, then it’s imperative you contact us immediately.
What is our private residential treatment hospital like?
Our private residential rehab hospital is widely regarded as the most successful method of addiction treatment. Whilst there are other low-cost, ineffective treatment programmes available either provided by free local health services or through an outpatient service, why waste your time and efforts on them when we have such a high success rate of recovery. We can give you the best chance of living a life free from alcohol or drugs.
Please don’t be put off by the word ‘private’, whilst private rehabilitation isn’t the cheapest option, you will certainly receive the best value for money. In addition to our innovative addiction treatments and expert team of professionals, you’ll also benefit from organised social activities, daily nutritious meals, and all your housekeeping needs taken care of.
What does our detox hospital involve?
We pride ourselves on delivering bespoke treatment programmes to all of our clients. However, one common factor that we usually recommend, is that you begin your stay with a visit to our detox hospital. This is the process of reducing your consumption of alcohol or drugs allowing your body to cleanse and remove all the harmful toxins. You’ll receive a full structured detoxification, continuously supervised by our team around the clock.
If you’ve ever attempted to detox at home and failed, don’t be too disheartened. It’s extremely difficult to detox without the help of professionals, you wouldn’t be giving yourself the best chance to succeed. It’s also very dangerous to attempt a detox without any professional support as it’s likely you’ll experience withdrawal symptoms. These can range from mild sickness to severe, life-changing diseases or illnesses. It’s imperative that this process is overseen by a team of experts to ensure your safety throughout.
Although detoxing is a pretty unpleasant experience, we wouldn’t recommend it unless it was an integral aspect of your recovery journey. It helps you to think more clearly and makes your subsequent therapies even more effective.
What happens after you’ve completed your treatment programme?
Even after you’ve finished your addiction treatment with us, our dedicated team provide ongoing support with our free 12-month aftercare plan. You’ll be assigned a dedicated addiction specialist, who’s there to help you along each step of your recovery journey, providing constant support and advice.
It’s important to note that many of our team have experienced drug and alcohol rehabilitation themselves, giving them a unique insight and compassion into what you’re going through.
We provide relapse prevention classes, regular support groups and recommendations for Alcoholics or Narcotics Anonymous. Group sessions have proven to be a great help in maintaining your new behaviours and leading a life free from alcohol or drugs. Designed to keep you motivated and avoid any potential relapses, our aftercare plan is essential to continue your successful journey to recovery.
Contact us on 0147 530 3039 today to begin your life-changing experience at our rehab in Ayr. We can assure you an effective addiction treatment programme is waiting for you.
Frequently Asked Questions
What Is Drug Rehab?
Drug rehab is a programme which includes assessment, detox, counselling, and aftercare preparation to help people recover and be free from addiction.
Do I need to go Rehab?
If you are finding that your daily life is negatively impacted by the use of drugs and or alcohol then rehab would be advisable.
What is the difference between detox and rehab?
Detox is one step in the process which provides the client with the necessary treatment to rid the body of drugs. Rehab helps people stop using drugs and get over addiction using a number of different therapies.