However, for some, this social drinking can quickly turn into something more serious, particularly if this is mixed with drugs. Any addiction to alcohol or drugs can pose a severe risk to your physical and psychological health, not to mention destroy your career, financial prospects and your relationships with family and friends.
Put quite plainly, those who are suffering from an addiction to alcohol or drugs need to make a startling choice – stop abusing alcohol or drugs and create a positive future to look forward to or continue with your substance abuse and cut your life short.
It’s your decision, make the right one by getting in touch with our drug and alcohol rehab in Kirkcudbrightshire on 01475 303998 or email us at email@example.com.
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Quite shockingly, Scotland has more drug deaths per capita than any other European country according to a 2019 BBC report. Official statistics show the number of drug-related deaths in Scotland soar to 1,187 in 2018 which is a 27% increase from the previous year; this is in addition to the 1,136 alcohol specific deaths in Scotland in 2018.
The country’s drug death rate is now nearly three times that of the UK as a whole and higher than any other country in Europe. Sadly, out of these drug related deaths, 72% were male says the National Records of Scotland, and mostly aged 35-44.
Clearly, as the number of drug and alcohol addictions increase, there is more demand for drug and alcohol rehabilitation hospitals like ours. The good news is that we can help you overcome your addiction, no matter how severe your condition is or how long you’ve been living with it.
What can you do if you have an addiction to alcohol or drugs?
Admitting that you need professional help can seem like a daunting task, particularly if you haven’t really accepted your condition yourself yet.
Many people live in denial about their addiction, making it even more difficult to receive treatment. Once you’ve taken the brave step of reaching out to our drug and alcohol rehab in Kirkcudbrightshire, you can begin your transformation journey to a life free from alcohol or drugs.
Initially, we can carry out an assessment with you over the phone to gain a better understanding of your addiction and design a suitable treatment programme which is unique to your condition.
We can’t stress enough how important it is to open up to someone about what you’re going through, whether that’s a friend or family member, an anonymous helpline, or us, we’re all here to listen and help you through this challenging time in your life.
Beginning your residential addiction treatment can feel like a whirlwind of emotions.
Our fantastic team of recovery workers will welcome you into our warm and relaxed environment, ensuring you’re familiarised with your surroundings and comfortable in your private room before beginning treatment.
Typically, your first treatment will be a drug and alcohol detoxification which effectively removes the remaining toxins from your system, allowing your body and mind to cleanse.
Whilst this is a highly successful treatment method, it isn’t without its risks as withdrawal symptoms are fairly common.
These can range from mild nausea, dizziness, and headaches, to more severe symptoms such as seizures, insomnia, or delirium tremens (DT’s), all of which require urgent medical attention.
Due to the seriousness of this treatment, it’s essential that you undergo a drug and alcohol detoxification with the supervision of a medical team to ensure your safety throughout the process. Otherwise, you could be leaving yourself at risk of developing a life-threatening illness or disease.
Once you’ve completed your drug and alcohol detoxification, our team will continue to work with you as you begin your psychological and well-being therapies. Our evidence-based therapies are industry-leading and have a fantastic rate of success in addiction recoveries.
Whilst we personalise each of our client’s treatment programmes, we regularly feature some of the most useful therapies which will bring you even closer to achieving long-term recovery.
These include cognitive behavioural therapy, stress management, drug and alcohol relapse prevention, individual, group or family counselling, mindfulness, yoga, relaxation and sleep management, low-level laser therapy, art therapy, music therapy, and nutritional support.
Why is joining a rehab for drug and alcohol abuse so important?
Removing alcohol or drugs from your life is one of the most important things you can do for yourself and for those around you. Addiction destroys lives and will continue to negatively impact every aspect of your life until you break that connection.
But you can’t do it alone. You need the support of a recognised drug and alcohol rehabilitation hospital with a fantastic team of addiction experts. Rehab is incredibly important, it’s a life-changing experience that you will never regret.
We can help you to understand the underlying reasons behind your addiction to alcohol or drugs, thus helping you to identify the triggers and avoid any potential relapses.
We address your social, physical, psychological, and emotional links to substance abuse to ensure you’re fully prepared for your return home after completing your residential addiction treatment.
We will continue to support you even once you’ve left our drug and alcohol rehab in Kirkcudbrightshire.
Our drug and alcohol aftercare programme is a crucial aspect of your whole recovery journey, so it’s important that you take advantage of this as it’s free for the first year upon returning home.
Our aftercare programme offers ongoing drug and alcohol relapse prevention sessions or counselling sessions as required. We have dedicated helplines to support you and your family whenever you need It.
If you’re still unsure whether drug and alcohol rehabilitation is right for you, just imagine a happier, healthier life free from addiction. That’s what we can help you to achieve in an effective and positive way.
Get in touch with us today on 01475 303998 or email us at firstname.lastname@example.org.