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Addiction is defined as something that you cannot stop doing, despite the harm it causes you. An addiction will form a powerful influence over your brain to the point where you’ll liv win denial about your substance misuse.

Most addicts think they’re in control, but this could not be further from the truth.

If left untreated an addiction will slowly tear your life apart. First your relationships will break down, you may lose your job and you’ll find that your finances become strained as you solely focus on your addiction and that next high.

Mental Health issues, such as anxiety and depression are common amongst addicts, but these problems are not just caused by addictions but can also be one of the causes. With this in mind, only professional help can help you achieve sustained long-term recovery.

Since addiction is shored in denial it can be hard to spot the warning signs, but some symptoms to look out for include:

  • Increased secrecy
  • Heightened anxiety
  • Depression
  • New circle of friends
  • Isolation
  • Cannot go 24 ours without consuming the substance
  • Changes in personality
  • Memory loss
  • Sleeping problems
  • Bloodshot eyes
  • Blotchy skin

With the help of a medical professional you can treat both the physical and psychological symptoms of an addiction to help you understand your addiction, manage it in daily life and turn your life around.

 

Committed to long-term recovery

Most residential drug and alcohol rehab treatment programmes last for a duration of 28 days. This may seem like a long time, but in the grand scheme of things, this is just a fraction of your life and well worth spending at rehab if it gives you the chance of a brighter, better future.

However, recovery does not simply end when you walk out the rehabilitation centre, as drug and alcohol rehab means giving up drugs and alcohol for life.

Through your treatment programme you’ll be guided through how to make positive lifestyle changes that enable you to fill your time with healthy and positive activities.

It’s surprising how mush time you’ll gain once you’ve detoxed from your addiction, but its very important that this time is filled with positive and healthy choices.

Joining local support groups, fitness classes, or signing up to courses are some of the things you may consider after rehab.

Importantly, you’ll also be advised on what to look out for when relapse becomes more imminent. Just because you’ve completed your drug and alcohol rehab does not been that your journey has come to an end, in fact, it’s quite the opposite.

Committing to drug and alcohol rehab means committing for life. You’ll always have to look out for the warning signs of relapse, such as a drop in your self care routine, but as time goes on this threat may become less severe and you may find it easier to spot these symptoms and get help before you actually relapse.

 

Drug and Alcohol Rehab in Kidderminster

If you’re searching for ‘rehab near me’, chances are you’ve overcome your denial and you’re ready to commit to your long-term recovery. However, when you start your search you may feel daunted by the amount of choice you have.

The first decision you’ll have to make is whether you opt for outpatient or inpatient, residential treatment.

The main difference between the two is that with residential treatment you’ll live onsite at the rehabilitation centre whilst receiving for treatment, whereas with outpatient treatment you’ll live at home and attend drug or alcohol detox at a clinic during the day.

Now, you may be thinking that outpatient treatment is the easier option, and it is certainly cheaper, but you have to consider the environment you’re putting yourself in for your recovery.

At a residential rehab centre you’ll have round the clock care, peer support and you’ll be in a safe supportive environment that’ll nurture your recovery and wellbeing.

Whereas receiving drug and alcohol treatment at home means that you’ll be surrounded by the negative influences that drive your addiction whilst you’re trying to recover.

At Nova Recovery, we provide a homely, supportive and luxurious environment situation on the beautiful west coast of Scotland where you can escape your taxi daily life and recover in the tranquillity of the natural surroundings.

 

Aftercare

Once you’ve successfully completed your drug and alcohol rehab you’ll complete a relapse prevention plan, which will help you to spot an early signs of a relapse and manage your recovery in daily life.

However, we understand the the first twelve months after rehab are the most challenging, which is why, at Nova Recovery, we provide all patients with twelve months of free aftercare.

We’ll introduce you to local support groups, such as Alcohol Anonymous and Narcotics. These groups are a lifeline within your long road to sustaining recovery, as they will provide you with peer support from individual that share similar life experiences to yourself.

We can also assist you, with extra therapy sessions, in rebuilding broken relationships. It’s important to remember that everyone will react differently to your circumstances, which means that some people will take longer to accept your new life choices and trust that you are actually recovered.

 

Next Steps

If you’ve overcome your denial and you’re ready to fully commit to your long-term recovery, then we’re here to help you. It’s never too early to ask for help, but it can be too late if your addiction takes your life.

If you’re ready to turn your life around then all you have to do is contact our friendly and supportive team today and we’ll help guide you through the next steps in dining the right drug and alcohol treatments for you.

Sources

https://www.nhs.uk/live-well/healthy-body/addiction-what-is-it/

https://www.healthline.com/health/addiction#signs