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Drug & Alcohol Rehab Kenilworth

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

    Drug & Alcohol Rehab in Kenilworth

    Many people suffering from addictions are afraid to speak out, for a multitude of reasons.

    They could be embarrassed, or be afraid of judgement from others. They might not even want to admit that they have a problem in the first place.

    But acknowledging those issues and then reaching out will help you massively in the long run. At OK Rehab, we have the tools to help you manage your drug and/or addiction in the long term, no matter what you’re addicted to.

    We’re also made up of people who’ve experienced everything you’re going through and who want to help you recover in the same way they have.

    Here we have a bit more information on the benefits of rehab, as well as advice on how to know if you need help and descriptions of typical treatments available.

    For more information about drug and alcohol rehab in Kenilworth, call us today at 0800 326 5559.

    What Can Drug & Alcohol Rehab in Kenilworth Do for Me?

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    We need to establish this from the start: the intention of drug and alcohol rehab in Kenilworth isn’t to cure you. Our aim here is to help you manage your addiction, so you can move forward to a better quality of life moving forward.

    Professional rehab also gives you access to a level of care and support that you probably won’t be able to get anywhere else. As we mentioned previously, we have a whole team of people here who want you and everyone else suffering from addiction to healing.

    Even after you’ve finished treatment, we’ll be there to offer you advice and support.

    How Will I Know if I Need Help?

    To measure if you need help with drug and/or alcohol addiction, here are a few key questions:

    • Are you unable to stop, due to either physical withdrawal symptoms, psychological symptoms, or both?
    • Do you drink alcohol or take drugs in secret?
    • Do you find yourself unable to concentrate in your day-to-day life thinking about the next time you’ll drink or take drugs?
    • Have you risked something important for your addiction?
    • Do you become agitated if you haven’t drunk or taken drugs for a while?
    • Have you noticed an increased tolerance to drugs and/or alcohol?

    If you answered yes to more than one of these questions, or even to one, we would suggest that you try to get help.

    Even if you don’t think you have that bad of an issue, it’s still important to look into it. Addiction is a disorder that often worsens over time – and the more progressed it is, the more tricky it becomes to treat.

    If you’re at a higher level of addiction already, please be reassured that.

    For more information about drug and alcohol rehab in Kenilworth, call us today at 0800 326 5559.

    What Treatment Will be Available to Me Through Drug & Alcohol Rehab in Kenilworth?


    Now let’s talk a bit more about the specific treatments that are available via drug and alcohol rehab in Kenilworth.

    Treatment is generally divided into three stages: detoxification, rehabilitation and aftercare. Within that, there’s also a combination of mental and physical treatments, which is needed since addiction itself has a mental and physical side.

    No matter what comes next, nearly all treatment plans start off with some kind of detox. Physical withdrawal symptoms are often a huge barrier to recovery, stopping any other treatment in its tracks. So we’ll start off by breaking that physical connection to whatever you’re addicted to and then move forward from there.

    Then, you’ll likely encounter a combination of therapy and counselling, as well as workshops, support groups and physical therapies like yoga, reflexology, massages and acupuncture.

    A diverse range of therapies and counselling techniques are often used at this point in the process, including:

    • Cognitive behavioural therapy – This is a kind of therapy that focuses on the toxic thinking and behaviour patterns here called “cognitive distortions”. If left unchecked, these can massively hinder your recovery and really cause you to spiral.
    • Dialectal behavioural therapy – As a similar name would suggest, this is based on cognitive behavioural therapy. But here the focus is on emotions and more specifically controlling and processing them. If you learn to do this without turning to substances or to alcohol, you have a much better chance of avoiding relapse.
    • Art and music therapy – On a lighter note, art and music therapy provide a lot of people with a creative outlet. Like all the other treatments on this list, it of course doesn’t suit every personality type. But if you find it cathartic to express yourself through music or art, this could be for you.
    • Group therapy – This has a similar effect to the support groups we briefly mentioned above – like that, it puts you in touch with people who truly understand what you’re going through and will allow you to share your story and let out any emotions in a confidential space.
    • Contingency management – Contingency management uses a system of rewards called “reinforcements” to keep you on track with your recovery.

    The final stage of the process is a transitional stage called “aftercare”. This is where you’ll continue treatment after the initial stages of rehabilitation and detox, on a more localised level with more of a focus on preventing relapse.

    On that note, an effective relapse prevention plan is also vital to long-term recovery. A few key things should make the list, with the three most important being:

    • Any triggers or cravings you might encounter once your treatment period has ended – It’s important to know what these are so you can recognise and then handle them moving forward
    • Any lifestyle changes you might need to make moving forward – Whether it’s work, where you live, any habits you need to break or even relationships, to fully recover you’ll need to be prepared to make changes to your life in the outside world.
    • A plan for if you do relapse – It’s also important to have an exact plan if the worst does happen. If you at least know where to go and what to do, it will make things easier even in a bad situation. This should also include contact details of anyone whose help or support you would need.

    Get Help Today

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    Getting help for addiction is so much easier than a lot of people think – all you need to do is get in touch with OK Rehab, either on the phone or via our website. We’ll be able to give you instant advice and support, as well as a treatment plan if that’s something you feel you need.

    If you’re worried about someone else, we can help you too, either with advice or an intervention.

    For more information about drug and alcohol rehab in Kenilworth, call us today at 0800 326 5559.


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