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    Drug & Alcohol Rehab in Newquay

    For lots of people suffering from a drug and alcohol addiction, the idea of recovering from their addiction might at times feel impossible.

    The team at OK Rehab truly understands how hard it can be to picture a better life when you feel so vulnerable.

    However, because of our deep understanding of addiction and how it might feel to be addicted to drugs or alcohol, our team is ready and waiting to help and guide you through this tough time.

    Lots of people put off seeking help because they either don’t know where they should start, or have no understanding of what the rehab process actually involves.

    However, by working with OK Rehab, these issues are easily overcome and questions quickly answered.

    We can help you grow in confidence and knowledge, so that you feel as strong and prepared as possible to enter a rehab programme.

    By speaking to a member of our team today, you will be taking the first steps to a better future.

    To get a phone call consultation and kick start the process, call a member of our team at OK Rehab today on 0800 326 5559.

    What’s the Detox Process Really like?


    Most people are aware that withdrawing from drugs and alcohol and entering a detoxification programme is one of the hardest steps of recovery.

    However, it’s also one of the most important.

    If you’ve suffered from long term addiction, then it’s likely that you will have a very high tolerance to drugs or alcohol. Therefore, once you withdraw your body from the addictive substance, your body will experience some negative withdrawal symptoms.

    These withdrawal symptoms are the hardest part of the detoxification process. They’re likely to put people off starting the detoxification process in the first place.

    However, it’s important to remember that in order to get past this stage and recover from your addiction, you must soldier on.

    As these withdrawal symptoms make detoxification so difficult, it’s really important that you recover in a safe, comforting and professional environment.

    It’s also important to know that the severity of your withdrawal symptoms will also depend on the severity of your addiction.

    This is also the case for a number of other factors including what type of drug you’re addicted to and what kind of current state of health you are in both mentally and physically.

    When Should I Start Detox?

    The fact of the matter is that it’s never too early to start detox if you’re addicted to drugs and alcohol.

    However, we do highly recommend that you begin your detoxification in a safe environment, such as a local rehab centre.

    If you do enter a rehab programme, then it’s likely that the detoxification process will kick start your treatment, as it’s one of the first steps that are required.

    This is because the rest of the treatment can be carried out much more easily and successfully once the body has withdrawn itself from the addictive substance.

    Once this is done, the treatment can then be focused on attending to any other medical needs or focussing on any physiological issues.

    Before any treatment can take place, including the detoxification programme, you must first go through a consultation and admissions process. This is so that we can fully understand your addiction and what’s led you here. We will therefore be able to recommend the very best forms of treatment and support.

    You must understand that trying to detox at home is not a good idea.

    It’s an extremely hard process to go through alone or without the right support.

    By attempting to do so, you will only be making it harder to fully detox next time round and will likely only make your cravings worse.

    In order to successfully detox, you should get in touch with a member of our team today and do this properly.

    To get a phone call consultation and kick start the process, call a member of our team at OK Rehab today on 0800 326 5559.

    How to Know if it’s the Right Time for Rehab?

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    Rehab is now luckily available to anyone who feels like they need the help and support.

    Whilst many users might believe that they’re just simply not ready for rehab, or that they have to wait until it gets a lot worse, that simply isn’t the case.

    Likewise, many users might also believe that they’ve simply been addicted to drugs and alcohol for too long, and treatment would therefore be wasted on them.

    This just simply isn’t the case.

    There is no doubt that if you’re addicted to drugs and alcohol, attending rehab at any stage of the process will help.

    Because of these wrong and incorrect beliefs, individuals rely on trying to detox on their own or by searching online for the right kind of help and support.

    Whilst any support is better than none, you need professional help.

    There are all kinds of professional help out there, but rehab is definitely the best form of treatment. There are also different forms of rehab such as outpatient and residential. On top of this, there are many different forms of treatment, too.

    Taking all of this into account, it’s never too early or too late to enter rehab.

    One of the most important and beneficial things you can do before entering a rehab programme is to inform yourself on how rehab actually works. You will also need to prepare yourself for what’s about to happen on a physical and mental level.

    Once you’ve prepared yourself in this way, you’ll be at a much better stage to start your rehab journey.

    It’s also a good idea to speak to family and friends about your plans to enter rehab, so that they can be there to support you now, during and after your rehab programme.

    By preparing yourself in this way, you’ll be at a much better stage to enter rehab.

    Where Can I Get Treatment From in the Newquay Area?

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    For many people, they might believe that they don’t have a say in where they go to rehab. However, with OK Rehab that just isn’t the case. We recommend a selection of local rehab centres from which you’re able to pick.

    For lots of cases, attending a rehab programme close to their local area holds many benefits. You are somewhere familiar, and you know you have the help and support of your family and friends close by.

    However, at OK Rehab we are very aware that for some individuals, they would benefit from attending a rehab centre away from their local area.

    For example, if an individual has some negative and triggering relationships at home, they might be better suited to receiving treatment far away and removed from that environment.

    In this case, OK Rehab would work with you to find you the right kind of treatment that’s far away from the Newquay area.

    At OK Rehab, we want to find you the best rehab centre and treatment for you, whether that means staying close to Newquay or moving slightly further away.

    That’s why it’s really important to be honest with us in the early stages of the consultation stage. This way, we’ll truly understand the triggers at play and be able to cater around them.

    To get a phone call consultation and kick start the process, call a member of our team at OK Rehab today on 0800 326 5559.

    What Will My Life Look like After I Leave Rehab?


    If you’re addicted to drugs and alcohol, then you probably have a routine that currently works around your addiction to drugs or alcohol.

    Lots of people end up quitting jobs or getting new jobs to cater for their addiction needs, or they end up no one seeing friends or taking part in hobbies that they once loved. Eventually, the addiction takes over your life and your routine.

    Once you leave rehab, it’s important that you do not go back to your old routine, but forge a new one.

    Unless you do this, you’ll be much more likely to relapse due to old temptations and habits.

    You should fill your new life and time with positive habits, such as meeting up with certain friends or family who support your treatment, or finding new hobbies that you enjoy.

    It’s also important that you put into use all the techniques and treatment that you learnt whilst at rehab, so that if you do come face to face with a trigger then you will be in a much better place to overcome it.

    If you’re looking for drug and alcohol rehab centres and treatment in Newquay, then get in touch with a member of our team today.

    To get a phone call consultation and kick start the process, call a member of our team at OK Rehab today on 0800 326 5559.


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