Are you struggling with your substance abuse? Do you think you might have an addiction and you’re losing control of your life? Are you not sure what to do next? Don’t worry! There are people all over the UK who are also suffering with addictions and you are not in this alone.

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Rehab is the best option for those who want to recover from addictions to drugs and alcohol and the admissions process for rehab couldn’t be easier.

If you or someone you know is struggling with an addiction, get in touch with us today. We can provide you with free, confidential advice about rehab and inform you of everything you need to know about the admissions process, the treatments available, and life in rehab.

As daunting as it may seem to reach out for help for your addiction, it will most likely be the best decision you will ever make.

So, if you’re ready to turn your life around for the better, get in touch with us today.

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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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Personalised Rehab Programmes

When you attend rehab for treatment, your treatment plan will be tailored to suit your needs. You will go through an assessment during your admission and this will determine the best course of action for you. This is so that you get the most from your rehab treatments and so that you have the best possible chances of a successful long-term recovery from your addiction.

The first part of a rehab treatment plan is always a detox. This is one of the most important steps in rehab as it allows you to move forward with all of your other treatments and therapies with a clear mind and without the cravings for drugs or alcohol.

This part of your treatment is designed to end all of the physical aspects that occur after ongoing drug or alcohol abuse. You will be provided with a medically assisted drug or alcohol detox programme and this helps you get through your withdrawals safely.

Some withdrawal symptoms can be very uncomfortable and may even be quite dangerous, so it’s very important that this part of your recovery is completed within the rehab setting where you can be monitored and made as comfortable as possible during the process.

In severe addiction cases, you may be offered some prescription medication to assist with these negative withdrawal symptoms that occur during the detox stage. Medication is needed for everyone, and this is usually only recommended for those who are addicted to alcohol, benzodiazepines, barbiturates, and opiates as these produce the most uncomfortable withdrawal symptoms that could be quite dangerous.

Throughout the course of your detox, you will be constantly monitored by medical professionals so that the entire process is as safe and comfortable as can be. Once you’ve finished your detox plan, you can then move on to your further treatments and therapies.

The further treatments and therapies that you go through in rehab are designed to address the psychological aspects of your addiction. In your therapies and counselling sessions, you will learn about the root causes of your addiction and how you can change your thought processes and behaviours so that you can avoid temptations in the future.

You will also learn a whole host of skills surrounding relapse prevention.

Your therapy sessions may be on a one-to-one or a group basis and each session is tailored to suit your needs as an individual. In individual sessions, you will talk with a therapist about your thoughts and feelings and may do some activities to help you learn more about your addictions and how you can cope moving forward.

In group sessions, you will converse with other recovering addicts and share stories about your addiction and your recovery process. Here, you can make some great new friends who will make up part of your support system as you go through your recovery process.


How to Deal With Addiction When You’re In Denial

Are you struggling with coming to terms with the negative parts of your drug or alcohol addiction by just focusing more on the highs? Are you perhaps justifying your bad addiction behaviours because you can’t face up to the harsh truth? Are you constantly abusing substances as a way of coping with life or to prevent withdrawal symptoms?

While you may believe that you are protecting yourself or those around you by not completely coming to terms with the reality of what’s happening to your life. This usually means that you are living in denial about your addiction, which is very common among addicts.

Having denial about your addiction can be very dangerous. This usually results in a great delay in your desire to reach out for recovery and means that you will continue with your addiction without getting the help you need. Without getting the help you need, your side effects can become worse.

When you leave an addiction untreated, it is also known to increase the possibility of a dual diagnosis, which is where you are diagnosed with mental health conditions alongside your addiction. This can result in it becoming much more challenging for you to recover down the line when you do finally come to terms with what’s happening.

With this in mind, it’s very important that you try to work past this denial and realise that you do need help. You should set your intentions on making a full recovery from your addiction in a rehab centre. You can achieve this by acknowledging how your addiction is changing your life and how it affects your moods and behaviours.

You should open up to those closest to you about your substance abuse problems and also seek professional help as soon as possible.


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Every little step you take in reaching out for recovery is a step forward in achieving the life of sobriety that you dream of.

Give us a call today on 01475 303998 if you would like a friendly and confidential chat about your addiction and the treatments available to you.


Frequently Asked Questions

What are the most common treatments for addiction?

As was touched upon before, there are a handful of addiction treatments that are commonly used in recovery programmes. The most common addiction treatments that you may experience during a recovery programme include one-to-one psychotherapy with a trained therapist, group therapy, and detoxification treatment. These treatments will often form the backbone of most treatment programmes..

What is inpatient treatment like?

Inpatient residential addiction treatment is the course of treatment which we recommend for most individuals who are looking to overcome a drug addiction and alcohol addiction. Inpatient treatment, due to the fact that you reside full-time at the place where you are receiving treatment, is a very intensive form of treatment. You will receive round-the-clock medical care from the comfort of a top-quality private bedroom. We will also provide you with three nutritional home-cooked meals prepared by our kitchen staff a day.

How do I get into rehab?

Getting in touch with our admissions team is a free and easy way to start the recovery journey. Our admissions team can take you through the whole process and get an admission date sorted out quickly so you can get the addiction treatment that you need. If you are going to a private drug and alcohol rehab like Nova Recovery you will have to pay, including a deposit, so it’s important to have the available funds.