Getting Help For Myself - Rehab Guide

Getting Help For Myself

Getting Help For Myself

Self-help for addiction

Do you worry that your drinking, drugging or eating is getting out of control? Perhaps you are concerned about the amount of time you spend gaming or online? Do you feel you are taking unhealthy risks when it comes to your sex life? Or, perhaps you are spending too much money on gambling or shopping?

Addiction comes in many shapes and forms; not all are related to a substance. You can even be addicted to a person (codependency). Telling the difference between what’ is ‘a bit of a problem’  and an actual or potential addiction can be hard, but if your reading this page, then chances are you feel the problem is bad enough that you need some help.

Rehab Guide specialises in helping addicted individuals to access the correct bespoke treatment so that they can free themselves from the very thing that is making them feel unhappy and trapped. We understand how difficult it can be to ask for help. No one wants to admit they are not coping and engaging in unhealthy behaviours in order to just survive. Yet by asking for help, you are taking the very first step to setting yourself free and starting a brand new life.

The good news is that you no longer have to struggle alone, Rehab Guide is here to give drug addiction help and advise, support and provide you with all the information you need so that you can make the right choices with regards to your treatment. We will not only support you through your entire treatment journey but will also happily provide free advice and support for your family and friends.

How do I know if I have an addiction problem?

Addiction is a very serious and life-threatening condition that requires special medical and psychological treatment in order to overcome. If your struggling with a drug or alcohol problem, you may well feel that there is no hope and that this is it for the rest of your life.

If you need drug addiction help, we want to reassure you that no matter how bad things may seem now, overcoming addiction is entirely possible! We have helped thousands of individuals to turn their lives completely around and achieve what they also once thought was impossible – A happy life, free from addictive behaviours and substances.

If you are worried that you may be addicted to alcohol, prescription drugs or illegal drugs, ask yourself the following questions and answer them honestly:

  • Have family and friends commented or challenged you over the amount of alcohol or drugs that you consume?
  • Are you preoccupied with thoughts of getting and taking alcohol or drugs?
  • Has your drinking and drugging become progressively worse over time?
  • Have you had to increase your alcohol or drug intake to gain the desired effect?
  • Do you feel that you ought to reduce your alcohol or drug intake but find it impossible to cut down?
  • Do you feel anxious and panicky if you have run out of alcohol or drugs?
  • Do you try to conceal the amount of alcohol or drugs that you consume from others?
  • Do you regularly drink or take drugs to excess, to the point where you black out (cannot recall events that happened while you were intoxicated)?
  • Do you wish you could stop or moderate your drug or alcohol intake but feel like you are constantly fighting a losing battle?
  • Do you feel anxious, frightened, jittery or depressed after drinking/drugging?
  • Have you lied to, or manipulated someone, to get alcohol or drugs?
  • Do you worry others would be shocked or perhaps judge you if they knew the extent of your problem?

If you have answered yes to any of these questions, then this certainly indicates you have a problem at the very least. Please read on for immediate drug addiction help.

Help for myself – Get free expert, confidential advice now – Call Rehab Guide on 02072052845

Rehab Guide provides free, confidential and expert advice to anyone concerned about a drug or alcohol problem. All of our addiction treatment experts are in recovery themselves and will do their utmost to help you to find the right course of treatment.

Rehab Guide also specialises in professional treatment for dual diagnosis and process addictions. On receiving your call, we will provide a free of charge addiction treatment assessment before advising you of the most appropriate course of action.

We can provide confidential advice on inpatient rehab, outpatient programmes, daycare programmes, one to one counselling, detox programmes and local support groups. We guarantee you a professional and caring service at all times, and our lines are open 24 hours a day, 7 days a week. We are waiting to take your call now.

Finding the best/right treatment centre for you

If you have made the decision to undergo a treatment programme, to deal with addiction and choosing the right treatment centre can be a terrifying thought.

What if it doesn’t work? What if I hate it? Rehab Guide is here to help you every step of the way, so do not worry!

We work with many renowned, established and CQC registered treatment centres that provide only the best in cutting edge addiction treatment. All of our UK rehab centres and detox clinics follow stringent regulations and are fully staffed by medical professionals and addiction treatment specialists.

Following on your telephone assessment, we will match you with the perfect rehab that will take care of all of your treatment needs. We also provide free aftercare and sober transport to ensure that you arrive safely and on time.

Get help now – Let us help you

Whatever addiction it is you are struggling with Rehab Guide are ready to help. It is as simple as picking up the phone and speaking with one of our knowledgeable and compassionate advisors to help you with your alcohol recovery or drug addiction.

We want you to know that you don’t have to feel alone any more and that there is quality addiction treatment available that works. You have read this far, so if you do want help, it’s as easy as calling us. This is your first step to recovery!

Call Rehab Guide on 02072052845

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