General enquiries: 0800 326 5559
International: 0330 333 8188

What’s New

OK Rehab Blog

Check here for the latest ideas and insights from OK Rehab. We’ll share original articles by our clinical staff, helpful posts on recovery topics by guest authors, and keep you up to date on new research and innovative developments in addiction and recovery.

feature-image

What Are The Mental and Physical Effects of Ecstasy (MDMA)?

by Ray Sadoun ǀ November 20, 2022

Strongly associated with hallucinations and trips, Ecstasy (or MDMA) is a recreational drug famous all around the world. Its fame, however, does not translate into an equally universal understanding of its effects on the mind and body, and not everyone is aware of them. Ecstasy: everything you need to know 3, 4-methylenedioxy-methamphetamine, more easily known […]

Read more more
feature-image

Stimulant Drug Addiction: Types, Effects and Rehab Treatment

by Ray Sadoun ǀ November 13, 2022

Stimulant drug addiction is a growing concern across the UK, particularly among teenagers and young adults. Learn more about the various types of stimulant drugs, both legal and illegal, as well as the effects of these substances and how a stimulant drug addiction can be successfully treated at rehab. Facts about stimulant drugs What are […]

Read more more
feature-image

Ketamine Side Effects: Physical, Mental & Long-Term Effects

by Ray Sadoun ǀ November 6, 2022

Ketamine: everything you need to know Recognised for its anaesthetic properties, Ketamine is a drug which can be used to dull or manage pain in small, measured quantities. It is primarily used once other treatments have not proven effective in helping an individual. A study by Oxford University also found that Ketamine acts as an […]

Read more more
feature-image

Is Alcohol A Depressant?

by Ray Sadoun ǀ October 30, 2022

Depressants are substances that take a significant toll on mental and emotional health. Consuming them on a regular basis can be harmful to your mind and happiness, but is alcohol one of them? Alcohol and the brain Most people consume alcohol in order to access its stimulating effects. The sensations of drunkenness, such as feeling […]

Read more more
feature-image

How to Stay Sober

by Ray Sadoun ǀ October 23, 2022

There is no better feeling than conquering an addiction. Battling through rehab, achieving physical and psychological dependency, and coming out the other side is a massive achievement, so sobriety is absolutely worth fighting for. With all substance use disorders, the road to recovery is not complete after rehab. The threat of relapse is always present, […]

Read more more
feature-image

How Long Does LSD Stay in Your System?

by Ray Sadoun ǀ October 16, 2022

LSD is a widely known drug, used predominantly for recreational purposes. Despite its fame, there are a lot of questions surrounding its usage. Many people can have concerns as to how long the drug stays in the body, as well as whether there are risks associated with it. LSD: what is it? LSD, or Lysergic […]

Read more more
feature-image

How Long Does Ecstasy (MDMA) Stay in Your System?

by Ray Sadoun ǀ October 9, 2022

Ecstasy can stay in your system for hours or even days after you have used it. Depending on the testing method used and the amount is taken, this drug can be detected for several months after your last use. There are several ways to test for ecstasy, and this article will cover all of them. […]

Read more more
feature-image

How Long Does Adipex (Phentermine) Stay in Your System?

by Ray Sadoun ǀ October 2, 2022

If you are taking phentermine or Adipex, you may be curious about how long this medication will stay in your system. All medications will remain in your system for a certain amount of time. Some are processed quickly, while others take longer to leave your body. Certain ways of testing are also more sensitive at […]

Read more more
feature-image

How Long Do Opioids Stay in Your System?

by Ray Sadoun ǀ September 25, 2022

As there are many different types of opioids, they also stay in your system for different amounts of time. Some opioids such as heroin will pass through your system quickly, while others such as methadone will remain in your system for longer. There are various ways to test for opioids in your system, and this […]

Read more more

Get Help Today

Don’t go through the progress of recovery alone. Get in touch with someone who can help.

Request a Call