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Drug & Alcohol Rehab Lytham St Annes

Find help and support for addiction via drug and alcohol rehab Lytham St Annes

    Drug & Alcohol Rehab in Lytham St Annes

    Are you or someone you love looking to attend a drug and alcohol rehab in Lytham St Annes? Are you unsure about how to get there? Look no further than us here at OK Rehab.

    OK Rehab specialises in placing individuals suffering from addiction into suitable rehabilitation, and on the right track towards recovery.

    We understand that dealing with an addiction, withdrawal symptoms and the general pressures of modern life can be hard enough without also having to spend time looking for treatment. This is where we can come in and offer a helping hand during this challenging time, and find you the perfect rehab in Lytham St Annes for your needs.

    Through our excellent advisory and referral services, and no long waiting lists, OK Rehab can have you on the road to recovery in no time. Get in contact with us today to see how we can help you or a loved one dealing with addiction.

    When to reach out

    Like many illnesses, the earlier an addiction is noticed, the easier it is to treat.

    Addiction can worsen very quickly and is an extremely hard disorder to handle alone. This is why when you begin to notice any signs or symptoms of addiction within yourself, you should seek professional help immediately. The quicker you reach out, the higher chance there is of a full recovery in the future.

    Even if these signs are small and seem manageable at first, we recommend reaching out regardless. Even the first noticeable symptoms of addiction can cause lasting damage to the body and brain, and can rapidly become much more severe as time goes by.

    Signs and symptoms of addiction in your life can include: Your physical appearance has changed, such as loss of weight or changes in your skin, your mental health worsens notably when you are away from the substance for a short period of time, loved ones have expressed concern over your use of the substance, you are more easily agitated and on-edge than usual, you have a stash of the substance hidden away, and you are avoiding responsibilities in your work or home life.

    This is not an exhaustive list of symptoms, and they are very broad signs of an addiction, but if you are beginning to notice any of these in your life, it may be time to call and seek help with OK Rehab.

    Of course, it isn’t always this simple, and many individuals still believe they are not in need of medical intervention even with the obvious existence of many of these signs, or that they are in complete control of their condition. Unfortunately, the reverse is usually true, with the addiction often having control over the individual.

    For people in this type of situation, seeking help is rarely on the agenda. It can be an endless cycle and sadly sometimes a fatal one. If this sounds like you or someone you know, please break that cycle and get in contact with us today, we can help you receive crucial addiction treatment before your condition deteriorates.

    Drug and alcohol rehab in Lytham St Annes

    If you are someone who has acknowledged the existence of addiction in your life, a drug and alcohol rehab in Lytham St Annes is most likely your next step.

    We understand this part of the journey to recovery can be daunting and can feel like a huge investment of your time, money, and effort. Rest assured that these do not go to waste.

    Rehab is in your best interest if you are dealing with a drug or alcohol addiction, and is the best form of treatment when compared to outpatient, or various at-home treatment options.

    Here at OK Rehab, we aim to make the admissions process as smooth and simple as possible, so you can focus on the more internal aspects of recovery. We will perform an initial assessment over the phone, and a second one when you arrive at your chosen rehab, so we can better understand you as a client.

    The information we gain about you, your addiction, and your mental and physical health will help us determine what your best options are for rehab and the various treatments on offer there.

    When discussing your needs and the different options available to you, we can factor in your personal financial situation and can work to fit any budget you may have. We can also help prepare you for your time in rehab by offering advice on what to do before your programme, and what to expect throughout.

    We will aim to make the transition from your home to rehab as easy and as comfortable as possible, and will be ready to offer any support or further treatment you may need when you return home.

    Treatments to expect

    Due to the specific treatments each client undergoes being decided by the two assessments at the beginning of the rehabilitation process, we cannot at this time detail the exact treatments you can personally expect.

    Each treatment plan is bespoke to the client, and relies on many factors such as personal data, personality, the length and severity of the addiction, and the substance/substances that have been used.

    Some methods of addiction treatment that you may come across include: CBT, DBT, family therapy, equine therapy, addiction counselling, art therapy, and group or individual therapy. You may also under a drug or alcohol detox, and be prescribed medication to ease withdrawal symptoms. what you receive will be down to you and the numerous factors mentioned above.

    The main benefit of receiving treatment for addiction in rehab is that you are treated both physically and psychologically.

    Detoxing the body of drink or drugs at home and abstaining from substances can seem easy to some, and is certainly doable for a few lucky individuals, but treating the mental aspects of addiction is incredibly challenging to do without professional help.  You can contact us on 0800 326 5559.


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