If you are trapped in the vicious cycle of alcohol or drug addiction, it can be difficult to know where to do next.

As an addiction is a strong, controlling, and relapsing disorder, experiencing and completing treatment is very important. Treatment will help to eliminate drugs and alcohol from the picture. It will help to heal any emotional ties to substance abuse. It will also help to plan for sobriety and how to maintain it.

There are a number of different ways that you can access addiction treatment. Finding and selecting the way that works best for your needs and lifestyle is recommended.

Available through the NHS, addiction treatment will be beneficial for those with mild symptoms and/or a limited budget. Private outpatient treatment will be suited for people who require flexibility, yet immediate support. Private inpatient treatment will be recommended for individuals who need immediate, consistent, and handheld support.

If you’re looking for a tailored experience of private rehab, finding a suitable drug and alcohol rehab in Oldmeldrum will be encouraged. Reaching out here at Nova Recovery will help you secure and experience high-quality treatment programmes.

A drug and alcohol addiction can be treated through the right means. Select the most effective through our private recovery hospital.

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Rehabilitation addiction treatment

As drugs and alcohol are highly addictive substances, their consumption can result in some impactful changes. Changes to how the body and brain function are common, changes to behaviours and actions are also expected, and changes to commitments, wellbeing and outlooks are also likely.

To recover from their addictive effects, each change will need to be reverted. Yet as an addiction can teach the body and brain to crave drugs and alcohol, changes will need to be sustainable and reliable.

The most effective way to change is through addiction treatment. Treatments and therapies are designed to assist with reverting the physical and psychological impacts of substance abuse. They help with withdrawal, to prepare the body for sobriety. They assist with healing the mind and stabilising mental health. They also offer the tools to lead a drug and alcohol-free life, embracing change.

Best completed through a bespoke programme, in the event of an addiction diagnosis, treatment can be highly effective. Through professional services, safe, proven, and suitable treatment options will be available.

 

Treatments available in Oldmeldrum

In your local area, addiction treatment will be available for free through the NHS. To access treatment, you’ll be added to a waiting list, up until your sessions become available. As great pressure is placed on the NHS, availability is limited, meaning that your admission may take some time.

If you’re looking for immediate treatment, with the possibility to withdraw and recover over the next few months, private rehab will be encouraged. Possible to experience via a drug and alcohol rehab in Oldmeldrum, inpatient and outpatient programmes can immediately start.

At Nova Recovery, we recommend inpatient rehab from our private recovery hospital, as it’s a consistent and highly impactful process. Great change can be expected due to the intense and targeted approach of residential care. As it’s also a very positive and progressive experience, you can expect to develop healthy outlooks, coping strategies and associations.

Outpatient rehab can work, to change behaviours, choices, and routines. Yet for clients with strong urges, symptoms and triggers, greater guidance will be essential.

 

The detoxification process

Detoxing is necessary to eliminate drugs, alcohol, and their effects. Without completing a withdrawal process, a build-up of both will remain, which can trigger future cravings and relapse risks.

Through private rehab, a treatment programme will begin with a detoxification process. With the aim to safely withdraw from drugs and alcohol, a medically assisted process will be arranged.

Withdrawing from drugs and alcohol will prepare the body for sobriety. It can also help to rebalance physical wellbeing and regress the health damages of addiction.

 

Rehabilitation and rebuild

The mind will also need to be healed through addiction recovery. Some of the greatest damages and consequences of addiction target the brain and mental health. To recover, both will need to rehabilitate.

Therapy sessions are effective when looking to rehabilitate and rebuild from substance abuse. A range of therapies are offered from our recovery hospital, to make sure that client needs, and experiences can be accommodated.

Our therapy sessions are underpinned by cognitive behavioural therapy, whilst also offering one-to-one and group sessions. Each session will be led by expert psychiatrists and counsellors to help promote safe and sustainable recovery.

The rebuild step of rehab will also focus on relapse prevention planning. Planning for future drug and alcohol exposure is very important, as relapse is a common reaction through early recovery. With a plan full of coping strategies, motivations and guidance, measures can be arranged to reduce the risks of relapse.

 

Life after rehab

Your life after rehab can be very different to your current reality if you’re open to change. Sobriety can be fulfilled and continued with ongoing focus and commitment.

To help you adjust to the changes of addiction recovery, 12 months of aftercare will be available, along with further relapse prevention planning. Both can help you feel confident and comfortable whilst working through the normalisation of drug and alcohol withdrawal.

Highly effective and change-driven treatments can be experienced here at Nova Recovery. Look to visit a drug and alcohol rehab in Oldmeldrum for immediate access.

Frequently Asked Questions

What is a family and friend referral?

If you’re concerned about the habits of a loved one, you can reach out here at Nova Recovery to complete a family and friend referral. This is a process which offers advice and direction on how to approach your loved one when considering their drug and alcohol problems. It makes rehab a potential option, by motivating uptake. It is important to remember that personal acceptance is required to access rehab. You can play a part in motivating their acceptance, whilst also offering your support through this difficult time.

Outpatient vs inpatient rehab – what’s the difference?

Through private rehab, you can select between outpatient and inpatient rehab. Both are personalised and can motivate addiction recovery. Outpatient rehab is a flexible programme which carries over a number of months. You’ll visit a rehab clinic to complete treatment from, whilst continuing through everyday life. Inpatient rehab is a much quicker process, of 28 days, as you’ll check into a drug and alcohol rehab in Oldmeldrum. It costs more to reside in rehab, yet offers an intense, effective, and advancing programme of treatment. Your selection should depend on your budget, how much time you have available to recover, and the strength of your addiction.

How to maintain sobriety after rehab?

Sobriety is the ultimate goal. It can be achieved through rehab itself. Yet to remain clean of drugs and alcohol, you’ll need to make some changes to your lifestyle and associations. You’ll need to remove yourself from high-risk situations, you’ll need to break off any relationships which may damage your journey, you’ll need to achieve balance and stability through your choices, and you’ll need to plan ahead. By taking control, and by also making use of aftercare services, there are many sobriety milestones to work through, to normalise sober living.