Get Help With Alcohol Rehab
Whether it is you or a loved one, alcoholism damages relationships destroys families and can be life-threatening. Get the help you need with sobriety and achieve a happy and fulfilling life.
Alcoholism is a disease that some do not understand or talk about. And because of this, people feel they are alone or can handle their alcohol dependency on their own. Sad to say, this can only make things worse.
We are here to tell you that you are not alone. Our dedicated and compassionate staff care and go above and beyond to help you find the answers you need.
We can connect you with personalised and caring education and help to combat this terrible disease and overcome it.
Find an alcohol rehab treatment that will work with your specific needs.
With some individualised attention, you can achieve a happy and sober life.
Some of the long term effects of alcoholism to the body and brain include:
Following a careful and comprehensive assessment of your medical, psychological, emotional, physical and social care issues, we will recommend only the best alcohol rehabs in the UK; the ones that are able to deliver everything you need in terms of bespoke and personalised alcohol addiction treatment.
Rehab Guide have stringently vetted and approved every single rehab that we work with. We guarantee quality at no additional expense.
Why? Simply because we have been there ourselves. We who work at Rehab Guide have vast personal and professional experience of addiction and how to overcome it. We want to ensure that the rehab you choose is the right rehab for you so that you can learn to live a sober and happy life without the threat of alcoholic relapse.
Alcohol withdrawal symptoms are dramatically reduced or eradicated completely with the use of approved pharmaceutical medication.
Any individual that has suffered repeat adverse consequences as a direct result of drinking alcohol would benefit from going to a rehabilitation centre. In particular, those that are unable to control, moderate or stop drinking and those that quit alcohol for a period of time only to relapse at a later date.
Alcohol rehab is a purpose-built clinic that offers a number of evidence-based therapies and medical treatments aimed at targeting and healing the root causes of alcohol addiction. In a sense, alcohol rehab is a private hospital purely for those who need treatment for alcoholism.
Rehabs are staffed by qualified addiction specialists, many of whom have had personal experience of addiction themselves. They are in a unique position of being able to truly understand what it means to be an alcoholic and how this disease affects the whole family, not just the individual sufferer.
Alcohol detox clinics and rehabs have a multidisciplinary team of doctors, psychiatrists, counsellors, therapists, psychologists, nurses and recovery support workers. They offer their combined professional experience of working in the field of addiction treatment to help patients suffering from alcoholism to recover.
Alcohol rehab helps by focusing on and delivering a long-term practical solution to alcohol addiction.
Alcoholism is a disease of the brain. Through repeated exposure to alcohol, substantial chemical changes take place – rewiring the brain over time to compulsively seek and consume alcohol.
There is currently no scientific or medical cure for alcohol or drug addiction – anywhere!
However, all is not lost; alcohol addiction can be successfully arrested and treated. Through applying a new attitude and perspective, huge changes can be made to a recovering alcoholic’s life so that alcohol no longer has any place and serves no useful purpose.
This “physic change” is achieved through undertaking an alcohol recovery programme that supports cognitive behavioural change through specific personalised, evidence-based treatment therapies.
There is no one stock answer to this. The treatment takes as long as it takes to get you or your loved one well.
Length of time in rehab will vary from person to person and depend very much on their individual circumstances and treatment needs.
Ideally, the optimum time in alcohol addiction treatment has been shown to be between 8 and 12 weeks. This is how long it takes the brain to accept and implement new behaviours without too much thought or resistance.
Not everyone can stay as an inpatient for this period of time. Where this is the case, it is suggested a minimum of 4 weeks inpatient. This allows for the mental fog to lift after detox, for the individual to repair physically and for the basic seeds and foundations of alcohol recovery to be sown by the rehabs counsellors.
Therapies that are included in some of the treatment clinics programmes we offer are:
Addiction to alcohol affects each individual differently, yet the results are the same. A harsh master, addiction to alcohol can isolate, hurt, and damage almost every aspect of your personal, social, and professional life. You want to stop drinking alcohol, but every time you try to stop, you relapse back. These addictive behaviours can be overcome with an alcohol rehab programme that suits you.
There are several options across the UK for inpatient treatment, therapy sessions, and alcohol rehabilitation. We are here to assist you in finding the best treatment plan for you so you can get help centred on you.
How do we make that happen? First, we talk. We ask questions, and we listen. Then, we provide you with a careful and comprehensive assessment of your medical, psychological, emotional, physical, and social care issues.
Once we have your specific background in mind, we make our recommendation suited for you. The core of our recommendation is showing you where you can receive high-quality and personalised alcohol rehab treatment.
Residential alcohol rehab is beneficial, but can also be very dangerous if not done with the correct process. A person who does not recognise the signs and symptoms early on in their alcohol use disorder can become accustomed to drinking much larger quantities of alcohol than others. This can create a dependence that takes time and specialised medical care to make sure you detox. Medical supervision and trained professional staff will need to be on hand for treatment to be successful.
Our recommendations include these safe environments and therapies. We use only the Care Quality Commission (CQC) rehab facilities. And the rehabs we recommend have qualified medical professionals, some of whom have had personal experience of addiction themselves. Monitoring a detox is 24 hours a day, seven days a week by caring doctors, nurses, and counsellors. Compassionate care for each individual is monitored and guided by the highest standards.
These standards that we adhere to when making recommendations mean the utmost quality care for you, and your family.
Different types of treatment options are available depending upon the sufferer. So there are various locations recommended depending on what would work best for your circumstances and background.
For some, having an alcohol rehabilitation site nearby is ideal. Family visitations are much more easily enjoyed. Access to local alcohol support groups can make the process easier.
For others, going to a rehab that is further away is the better option. With less access to distractions and stresses found at home or work, a sufferer can instead focus solely on their treatment and getting better.
Whatever location is best for you, we will take your needs into account. We have locations all over the UK that can provide the quality care and attention you would need, whether close to home or a little further away.
There are numerous benefits to freeing yourself from this disease. Detox and removal or reduction of alcohol cravings through medication and therapy sessions. Support and help for the complex and self-defeating emotions that go with alcoholism. And a healthier, more fulfilling life for you and those that love you.
Is it hard for you to keep drinking within moderation? Are there symptoms to your physical health such as headaches, dizziness, or sweating, that crop up when you try to go without alcohol? Is drinking being used as a coping mechanism, and are you irritable if you have to go without? Have you suffered negative consequences due to drinking (trouble with the law, family problems, etc.)? Do you try to keep your drinking habits a secret?
This is not a comprehensive list of symptoms. Yet, if it seems like you need help, identifying the issue and being ready to ask for help is the first step.
If you think you might have an addiction to alcohol, then we here to help. Give us a call today, and we can determine what help is needed.
How do we make our recommendations? We offer a free, professional no commitment alcohol triage assessment. Then, guidance, care, and recommendations are made about what to do next.
Each of us has a wide range of expertise and knowledge when it comes to addiction to alcohol and how to treat it safely. Our personalised recommendations will cater to your specific needs.
The journey toward sobriety will not be an easy one, but it can be done with professional medical help. The rehab treatments we recommend are geared toward long term recovery through therapy sessions and monitored detox. A careful medical approach toward battling alcohol dependence is necessary to achieve long-term results.
Therapy usually includes addressing underlying mental conditions, such as depression, anxiety, panic disorder, and other problems. Diagnosing these mental conditions assists in comprehensively treating alcohol addiction.
This is a process that will not happen overnight. It takes courage to accept help, and we are well aware of how hard a fight it can be. But if you are open-minded to change and willing to accept help, you can win the fight against alcoholism.
Since most sufferers’ needs are different, there are different addiction treatment programmes available to provide more individualised care. These programmes can include inpatient, outpatient, daycare, and full residential treatment. Hence, the costs will vary.
However, our recommendations are based not just on your medical or physical needs. All personal factors are very carefully taken into account before we provide our recommendations. So we also base our recommendations on your financial needs.
If a lower-cost treatment is necessary, we will provide one that still provides exemplary care and sympathetic recovery efforts. We are willing to do whatever it takes to get you connected with the rehab programme and treatment that will help the most.
Each of our recommended alcohol rehab clinics is fully certified and registered by the CQC. Our personalised approach allows us to provide the fullest support and care for alcohol addiction sufferers. We have helped many successfully navigate and fully recover. People turn to us in a time of crisis, and we try to do all we can to connect them with careful and empathetic treatment that works.
Please do not give up. There is a light at the end of the tunnel. Let us help you get there.
Asking for help is never easy. And accepting that help takes a huge amount of effort. We are well-aware of how much of a struggle this process is because most of us at Rehab Guide has some background or expertise in dealing with and treating addictive behaviour. And because of that, we do whatever it takes to get you simple, quick, and personalised help.
We guarantee that we will do everything within our power to connect you with the best treatment centres available. We will also endeavour to remove the stress of organising everything by doing this for you at no extra cost. It is our belief cornerstone to make the process as positive and rewarding as possible.
Your life and the lives of your loved ones can find the guidance and direction needed. Alcohol addiction does not have to mean the end of the road for you and your loved ones. Instead, be freed from the burden it brings. Turn to Rehab Guide for thoughtful and compassionate guidance on what the next step in your life could be.
Experience the freedom that a life of sobriety can bring. Let us help you find the way there.
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