At our drug and alcohol rehab Clydebank, we take great pride in offering fully personalised addiction treatment programmes.

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We have a fantastic team of experts who dedicate their time to guiding people every step of the way along their road to recovery. We will take you through an initial assessment to discuss the various treatment options available and ensure you’re comfortably settled in before beginning your drug or alcohol detoxification.

This can be an unpleasant experience but it’s essential in removing the toxins from your system and allowing your body and mind to cleanse in preparation for your subsequent therapies.

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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.

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Signs and Symptoms of Addiction

It’s still very common to see people in denial about their drug addiction or alcohol addiction. This is a natural reaction as we don’t want to be seen as having a weakness in life, so we try to hide it or deny it. However, when it comes to addiction, it gets to a point where it will begin to control almost every aspect of your life. Living with an addiction to alcohol or drugs seriously impacts your physical and psychological health.

Some of the signs and symptoms include sudden weight changes, a pale or unwell appearance, bloodshot eyes, vomiting, memory problems, and skin sores. You’ll also be more prone to developing diabetes, liver disease, heart disease, and stroke. Your psychological health can deteriorate just as quickly as your physical health; you may notice increased stress, paranoia, anxiety, depression, bipolarity, loneliness, and even suicidal thoughts.

Other signs to look out for if you’re concerned about yourself or a loved one suffering from addiction are a breakdown in relationships with family and friends. Sadly, it’s quite common to see families torn apart from one person’s drug or alcohol addiction. Their loved ones often struggle to cope as they don’t fully understand how to best support their person in need.

As your relationships with friends and family break down, your relationships with colleagues and your attitude at work are also likely to see a negative impact.

The awful toxins within alcohol or drugs can alter your brain functionality so drastically, you may find it increasingly difficult to concentrate in the workplace or to perform tasks that were once simple. If this goes on over a long period of time, you’ll be at risk of a warning or even a dismissal, leaving you in a terrible situation.


Inpatient Rehab vs Outpatient Rehab

Our private drug and alcohol rehab Clydebank offers both inpatient and outpatient rehab options. Each one has its own advantages and disadvantages and will work in different ways for different people. During our pre-screening assessments, we can go through these treatment options with you to ensure you’re maximising your opportunities and have the best chance of success in your rehabilitation.

Inpatient rehab is where you stay at our rehabilitation centre for the duration of your addiction treatment. Our drug and alcohol rehab Clydebank has fantastic facilities for you to take advantage of during your stay including the use of evidence-based addiction therapies, an exceptional team of addiction specialists, and a high-specification facility with private rooms for all of our guests.

As an inpatient, you’ll benefit from 24/7 support within a recovery-focused and motivational environment. Generally speaking, inpatient rehab generates a higher rate of successful recoveries because of this constant support and guidance from our inpatient team.

With outpatient rehab, you’ll be receiving the same treatment options but will remain to stay at home throughout the duration of your addiction treatment. This may be more suited to your specific circumstances, however, there are downsides to remaining at home whilst going through rehabilitation.

Most people suffering from drug addiction or alcohol addiction, have a negative association with their home environment or can be negatively influenced by people outside of our rehab in Clydebank.

Outpatient rehab still has its positives, but you are more likely to experience a drug or alcohol relapse as an outpatient as you don’t have the 24/7 support from our team of addiction specialists in our Scottish rehab clinic.

Frequently Asked Questions

What happens during our Admission Process?

Once you’ve decided to take the first step in deciding to turn your life around for good, all you need to do is contact our friendly admissions team over the phone or via email; they are happy to answer any questions you may have about our private drug and alcohol rehab Clydebank. If you’re happy with the discussion, we’ll then invite you to a pre-screening assessment to review your physical and psychological health and just to generally get to know you better, so we understand which therapies work best for you.

How long does Rehabilitation take?

This is really dependent on the severity of your drug or alcohol addiction, in addition to your personal circumstances. We can be quite flexible and tailor your addiction treatment programme around you as long as it’s still proving to be effective for your rehabilitation. Typically, our comprehensive treatment programmes last around 28 days followed by a personalised aftercare plan.

What is the Aftercare Process?

Ensuring that you have effective aftercare is just as important as your initial addiction treatment programme. After completing your detoxification and subsequent therapies at our drug and alcohol rehab Clydebank, you will return home to continue your recovery journey. We offer a free 12 month aftercare plan to all of our clients which includes dedicated helplines and access to local support groups such as Alcoholics Anonymous or Narcotics Anonymous to share your experiences with others in a similar situation to you.