Drug and alcohol addiction can have devastating impacts on communities and families. The criminal offences associated with drugs and alcohol misuse and hospital admissions due to drugs or alcohol put intense pressure on our emergency services across the country.

Request a Callback

Enter your phone number and a member of our team will call you back to discuss your recovery.

These issues can be reduced if the people affected by drug or alcohol addictions access the treatment they need. It’s important that you know that treatment is easily accessible to you in Strathaven. If you want to find out more about alcohol and drug rehab treatments or if you’re interested in starting your recovery journey, get in touch with us today.

We are here to help you get the treatment you need to move forward to a much happier and healthier life. We can help you get back on track to living the positive lifestyle you deserve.


The Impacts of Long-Term Addiction

When someone has a long-term addiction, this can be linked to a lot of negative consequences. One of the most common consequences of long-term addiction is its adverse effects on your physical health. Mental health issues are also very common when it comes to long-term addictions. This is known as a dual diagnosis.

There is a reduced quality of life when you are addicted to substances. You may experience broken relationships, negatives in your career, an inability to do important tasks, and money concerns.

In some severe cases of long-term addictions, people may become homeless, experience problems with the law, develop severe mental health problems, and even become suicidal. These are all real concerns surrounding a long-term continued addiction.

Without the correct levels of control, consumption can quickly become substance abuse, which can quickly develop into a physical and psychological addiction. This problem can then become deeply ingrained. This can be extremely challenging to remove yourself from since drugs and alcohol will play such a massive role in your life.

Rehab can help you to revert all of the damage from addiction while also giving you a second chance at a positive life. Entering a rehab treatment plan will give you the best possible opportunity of making a complete long-term recovery.

If you are experiencing problems with addiction, it’s important to reach out as soon as possible. The longer you leave your addiction untreated, the worse it will get and the more difficult it will be for you to recover. As soon as you notice problems with substance abuse, it’s important to get the help you need to have the best chances of making a complete recovery and avoiding relapsing.

Email Icon Get in Touch

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.

Contact Us


Detoxing in Rehab

If you are struggling with an addiction to drugs or alcohol, you will usually start your treatment with a drug and alcohol detox. This needs to happen before you go forward with the intensive treatment for your alcohol and drug addiction and before the therapies.

The alcohol and drug detox aims to remove all traces of addictive and harmful substances from your system while controlling the uncomfortable withdrawal symptoms that come when you stop consuming the substance you’re addicted to.

You will be monitored by a team of medical professionals throughout the entire process. These medical professionals will monitor your progress and help to reduce and improve your withdrawal symptoms. They will work to ensure that you are physically ready and stable enough to go into your addiction therapy.

In instances where the withdrawal symptoms are intense, medical professionals may prescribe medication to help you get through the worst of your withdrawal symptoms in the safest and most comfortable way.


Residential Rehab Treatments

After you have successfully completed the alcohol and drug detox, you will continue on to your inpatient treatment and therapies. This type of treatment is extremely effective for addictions as it can provide you with some structure. You will have ongoing support and will be monitored throughout the entire process.

In addition, you will also get the chance to spend some time out of your normal living situation to remove all of the temptations and negative influences that could be fuelling your alcohol or drug addiction.

You will regularly meet with your psychiatrist in rehab to discuss your progress and feelings. Here, you will also build some coping strategies and new skills to help improve your lifestyle and ensure that you move forward to a much more positive future.

Inpatient or private drug and alcohol rehab can be quite daunting at first. However, you can be at peace knowing that receiving this treatment will give you the much-needed attention and care to thoroughly tackle your addiction. Plus, you’ll get the opportunity to tackle any co-occurring mental health issues.

Once you’ve completed your rehab treatments, you will then have access to an aftercare programme. This is put in place to ensure that you have the best possible chances of avoid relapsing. In your aftercare sessions, you will also continue with your therapies ongoing so that you can continue with your recovery journey once you leave the rehab setting.


Get the Help You Need to Overcome Your Addiction

As we have mentioned, it’s very important to reach out for help with addiction as soon as possible. If you or someone you know is struggling with an addiction to drugs or alcohol, get in touch with us today.

We have a team of specialists waiting for your call, and we would be happy to answer any questions you may have about rehab, the treatments available, and how to get started with your recovery journey. We can also offer free, confidential advice to those who need it. Don’t delay your treatment, and give us a call today on 01475 303998. This simple phone call may just be your most important call ever.


Frequently Asked Questions

What is inpatient treatment like?

Inpatient treatment is somewhat structured and quite intense. Although, for many, this is off-putting, completing a structured and intense treatment programme enhances recovery rates and helps many secure a future free from drugs and alcohol.

Can you recover from an addiction without attending rehab?

Recovering from an addiction without attending rehab is extremely difficult. This is because recovering without attending rehab will prevent you from securing psychological treatment, such as therapy and counselling. Attempting to recover from an addiction without attending rehab will also put you at a much greater risk of relapsing.

What are the most common signs of drug or alcohol addiction?

Drug and alcohol addiction will affect each individual in different ways, however, there are some common signs which may indicate that you require the support of a drug and alcohol rehab. These signs could include always feeling tired, frequent mood swings, consuming more alcohol or drugs to feel a stronger high/intoxication, being unable to say no to the substance, being dishonest, appearing pale and unwell, and being less interested in activities or socialisation.