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Do I Need Medical Help or Can I Do It on My Own?

How To Get Assistance In Beating Addiction?

It is hard and little bit dangerous to become sober once again. Getting help through medical rehab will improve your chances of staying sober.

Choosing the way of treatment through a rehab centre is a tough issue. You may face a lot of difficulties during the rehab like: first thing is that you will be away from your family and friends, how to cover expenses and the negativity around your environment.


Rehab can help you gain long term sobriety


After listening these realities, you would find yourself thinking about whether to try to get sober on your own or not. At a rehab centre, you are made to feel valued and comfortable so that you can concentrate on beating the addiction.

  • Safe detox from alcohol and drug
  • Therapies that work and support groups
  • Counselling and support for long term sobriety goals
  • What to do to avoid going back to drinking again

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What Is The Risk Of My Quitting On My Own?

Two major aspects make qualified help essential for successful quitting and recovery: providing supervision over detoxication and ensuring long-term sobriety. Dangerous withdrawal symptoms are experienced by some people who are addicted to alcohol, benzos, and other highly addictive substances. Professional guidance can handle any serious symptoms and ensure safety. They even determine the hidden reasons you started utilizing and why you utilize it regularly.


The have a solution of every problem. They are intent to help you out at every single step. After analysing your specific requirements, the rehab specialists will develop a tailored therapy plan to suit them.

Following are the aspects of customize treatment program:

  • How severe your addiction is
  • The sort of substance you were habitual of
  • Whether you have associated health problems
  • Friends and family support

Detox Risks

Whilst addicted to drugs or alcohol your body will have become dependent on that substance. This indicates that their system and brain have adapted for the presence of the drug.

Eliminating the drug will result in a lack of balance leading to withdrawal side effects that range from moderately irritating to fatal.

It is a big step to decide to get sober but you will be glad in the future when you are living the life you deserve. Allow us helping you to look for the ideal treatment centre for your requirements in case you are prepared to begin now call on 0800 246 1509


Feelings of hopelessness or suicidal thoughts, Convulsions and Tremors, Heart attack, Delirium Tremens are some of the deadly withdrawal symptoms presented by sudden stopping to take alcohol and related drugs. Attending a medically supervised clinic that knows how to assist with withdrawal symptoms during detox is essential.

  • Anxiety
  • Depression or Suicidal thoughts
  • Seizure or Shakiness
  • Heart Failure
  • Delirium tremens
  • Hallucinations

Substances That Need Medical Supervision During Detoxification

Nurses and doctors will be present to control your vital signs, including heartbeat rate, and manage that everything goes properly.

  • Monitoring is paramount for some drugs and alcohol that produce terrible withdrawal symptoms.
  • The following drugs may require you attend a rehab centre for medical detox and they include:
  • Prescription pain pills
  • Alcohol
  • Heroin
  • Benzodiazepines
  • Inhalants
  • Methamphetamine
  • Club drugs such as ecstasy

The drugs in the list above are serious and come with life changing problems if an individual becomes addicted as this can follow on to a supervised drug detox.

In order to get benefit, while detoxing, the substance there are particular medicine available to help you. These pharmaceuticals preparations are not addictive they are just provided to minimize the withdrawal side effects.


Are You Ready To Get Help Today

Contact us as soon as possible on 0800 246 1509 and talk to one of our helpful treatment consultants.


Call on 0800 246 1509 to find out about the different kinds of rehab available for both inpatient and outpatient care.

Inpatient treatment - This is a residential rehab which includes comfortable accommodation and 24 hour medical staff care. The advantage for this kind of treatment is that it removes you from your environment and lessens chances of falling into the temptation to use, you are also living in a clean place, you get personalized attention and service, and you are within easy access to training and education.

During Outpatient Program, the recovering patient undergoes treatment in the centre in the daytime, but gets back home for the night. Outpatient treatment gives some benefit for example: to carry out their office work or school, be with family and friends during treatment.

If you have a severe addiction you would benefit far more from an inpatient program and move onto an outpatient facility once you are stronger, however, an outpatient facility is good for those with a less severe addiction.


How Important It Is To Be Supported When Recovering

It cannot be stressed enough that medical support during recovery is the safest and most effect rehab. If you get support from patients, who are experiencing the same situation, you are not just encouraged, you are most likely ensured from relapse.

A 1970's study showed the connection between poor living conditions and substance abuse. Psychologist Bruce K. Alexander a Canadian did an experiment that showed that rats put in a dark solitary place, they chose drug-infused water over clean water developing addiction quite fast. During the same study he placed rats in places with open space and other rats for company, almost none of the rats chose the drug-infused water. From this example we can see how important living conditions and social interaction is to a clean life.

"Along with this understanding comes a much greater emphasis on attempting to establish addicted people in a welcoming community, thereby reducing their need for addictive compensations." Psychologist Bruce K. Alexander on Rat Park experiment

Psychologist Bruce K. Alexander said of his Rat Park experiment, that creating social contacts with others will make a difference when giving up drug or alcohol abuse. Family relationships, counsellors and others in therapy can also provide the support and encouragement you will need to gain sobriety.

  • During the process of recovery it's important that the former addicts have the following reliable social reassurance:
  • Psychological - Someone to share their feelings with or to help divert their attention to positive ideas.
  • Physical - This type of support can include doing things for the patient, lending money and carrying out other errands.
  • Positive Feedback - Telling a person how well they are doing will give them a natural high.
  • Education - This can involve budgets for the individual to refer to during recovery and providing tips for relapse avoidance.

Will Going To Rehab Help Me With Long-Term Recovery?

The healthy lifestyle changes taught at rehab facilities coupled with engaging in a support group and continuously attending therapy sessions and using the tips given to avoid getting back to abusing the substances are just some of the keys used to ensure your long-term recovery. You are enable yourself for a long-term sobriety, after taking help of alcohol abuse from experts