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Drug & Alcohol Rehab Dunstable

Find help and support for addiction via drug and alcohol rehab Dunstable

    Drug & Alcohol Rehab in Dunstable

    The repercussions of long-term drug and alcohol use are widely felt.

    Throughout the world people are suffering from chronic illnesses related to substance misuse, families are destroyed, and at its worst, people are dying.

    Despite the harrowing effects of drugs and alcohol, millions find it impossible to stop using. This is due to a number of factors including a person’s innate genetic makeup, a person’s upbringing, traumatic events, and of course, the changes that substance cause in the body.

    For people with addictions, it’s very common to become reliant on the substance in order to function on both a physical and psychological level. This is why treatment is essential. In order to combat this, professional help is essential.

    People who can explain the neurological, personal, and social contributors of addiction can support you to understand the disease better.

    This is useful because it will enable you to become more accepting of the issues you’re facing. This aids recovery.

    People who successfully quit drugs and alcohol usually have a driving force, something that will push them to seek help and stay focused. Having a think about what your driving force is can be really useful in this moment.

    This is the thought you should fall back on up to admission into rehab to keep you motivated in the present.

    To learn about all your treatment options in the Dunstable area, contact OK Rehab on 0800 326 5559.

    What makes rehab essential in terms of long-term recovery success?


    Waking up each day and thinking about or worrying about when you will get the next drink or drug fix isn’t a healthy way to live. Not only does it cause negative effects on your physical health, but it’s an extremely unhelpful focus for you mentally.

    There are other things in life worth your attention and rehab will support you in identifying what these are.

    By accessing rehab, you immediately begin prioritising your physical health. When you cut out toxic substances such as drugs and alcohol, this has a positive effect. You’re taking the strain off the vital organs which reduces your chances of chronic health conditions and diseases.

    By replacing drugs and alcohol with healthy food and drink, you begin to nurture the body. This helps to provide the physical space for healing.

    Being supported by professionals and peers at rehab, you find an environment that supports you no matter what. This is incredibly motivating. It’s very hard facing a challenge alone. Humans are social creatures, we thrive off input from others and connection.

    In fact, recovery success for people with addictions is more highly correlated in those who are less isolated.

    Connection is important. When you meet peers and others in similar situations through attending rehab or local 12 Step groups in the Dunstable area, you’re developing a network of support.

    This makes a huge difference in keeping people sober. (OK Rehab can explain what your local 12 Step groups are, for both those with addictions and the people attached to them.)

    Safety is a paramount concern at rehab centres. This is in terms of keeping the clinic safe as a place of healing, as well as ensuring you are safe throughout the detox and therapies. Through a strong foundation to build your recovery on, you are setting yourself up better for future success.

    Every person who has an addiction should access drug and alcohol services. This is because of the complex way it hooks into a person’s functioning. In order to recover, professional treatment is needed.

    Do I need to go to rehab in Dunstable or are there other options?


    There are rehab options throughout the UK. OK Rehab works collaboratively with the best rehab clinics in the country. We’re aware of the treatments being offered and what various clinics specialise in.

    Some people might prefer to attend a rehab centre near to Dunstable, others might want to go somewhere much further away. This decision really comes down to the individual, but is best discussed with our team.

    We can advise you on the options available to you and what would be most suited.

    To learn about all your treatment options in the Dunstable area, contact OK Rehab on 0800 326 5559.

    Why people go to rehab close to home near Dunstable

    Many people opt to stay local. This is because when you go to a local rehab clinic it’s much easier to maintain physical contact with the centre in terms of accessing ongoing outpatient services.

    Many people will want to keep going to the centre for various groups after discharge.

    Some families feel the destructive impact of drugs and alcohol in what might feel an irreparable way. Where this occurs, it can be very hard to know how to rebuild relationships.

    By going to a clinic in Dunstable, it’s much easier for families to access family and couples therapies together.

    Why people choose to go to rehab further away from home

    There are many triggers near to where you live and use drink and drugs every day. This for many might motivate their choice to attend rehab further away. When you put four or five hours between you and the place you live, you give yourself physical space from a large part of the problem.

    It’s worth having a discussion with OK Rehab about both options. Our team can advise on what will be more appropriate for you in relation to your lifestyle and personal circumstances.

    To learn about all your treatment options in the Dunstable area, contact OK Rehab on 0800 326 5559.

    What happens when you finish a residential programme?

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    A residential stay at a private clinic involves staying for length of time and being immersed in treatment. During these sessions you will be taught ways to manage your cravings. There will be plans made to support lifestyle changes.

    Along with workers, you’ll come up with an aftercare plan which will support your sober life outside of rehab. This will be a time of change and will include being prepared to and making changes.

    Some of these might be hard. It’s important you discuss any “problem areas” with doctors, therapists, and addiction workers in order to plan around these.

    The aftercare plan lasts twelve months and will ensure your life of healing is off to the greatest start. Call us on 0800 326 5559 to ask about treatment in your local area.


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