Drug and Alcohol Rehab Brentford
No matter how mild or severe your addiction to drugs or alcohol may be, you’ll always have treatment options to choose from. Firstly, we can help you decide between outpatient or inpatient treatment.
As an outpatient, you’ll remain at home but will visit our rehab clinic each day to receive your addiction treatment. Whereas, if you choose to join our drug and alcohol rehab Brentford as an inpatient, you’ll stay at our residential rehab throughout your addiction treatment.
We frequently see more effective rehabilitations with inpatient treatment as you’re removed from the negative influences and distractions of daily life, whilst benefiting from a motivational environment. However, the choice is yours and one treatment option may work better for you depending on the severity of your addiction or on your personal circumstances.
Whether you’ve selected residential treatment or outpatient treatment, you’ll always have a wide selection of psychological, well-being, and physical therapies we offer at our rehab clinics.
So if you need help with your addiction and are seeking confidential support, our London Based rehabs are QCC registered and ideally placed to see you through an immediate programme.
Drug or Alcohol Detoxification
All of our treatment programmes are personalised to benefit the individuals’ unique needs, although we’re likely to recommend a drug or alcohol detoxification to everyone at our treatment centre. Alcohol or drug detox is a crucial part of most people’s road to recovery as it’s the most effective way to gradually reduce your consumption of drugs or alcohol and cleanse your body and mind of the harmful toxins within these substances.
We appreciate that a detox isn’t the most pleasant experience as you’ll likely experience withdrawal symptoms which can range from mild nausea, dizziness, and headaches to the more severe symptoms of delirium tremens (the DTs), seizures, and insomnia.
Whilst these withdrawal symptoms can be unpleasant, our expert team will be there to support you throughout and can administer prescribed medication to ease the discomfort if necessary. Undergoing detoxification will also help you to think more clearly and give your body more energy to engage with your subsequent psychological and well-being therapies.
See more information about our detox services offered in the London area here.
Holistic Approach to Addiction Treatment
Offering a holistic approach to addiction treatment has proven to be a successful way to treat substance abuse. By following a carefully selected programme of psychological and well-being therapies in addition to a physical detox from drugs or alcohol, you’ll be in the best position to achieve your long-term recovery.
At our drug and alcohol rehab Brentford, our range of psychological therapies includes psychotherapy, counselling, stress management, relapse prevention, and cognitive behavioural therapy (also known as CBT).
Our range of well-being therapies includes mindfulness, yoga, relaxation and sleep management, nutritional supplement therapy, art therapy, music therapy, low-level laser therapy, and fitness therapy.
Noticing Signs and Symptoms of Addiction
We often see people in denial about their substance abuse. These feelings of denial are quite natural as addiction is still perceived as a weakness to some people, therefore we naturally try to hide our weaknesses.
If you’re concerned that a loved one may be suffering from drug or alcohol addiction or if you need some convincing yourself that you require the professional support of a drug and alcohol rehab, then are some common signs and symptoms to look out for.
Drug or alcohol addiction can significantly damage your physical and psychological health, you’ll likely appear gaunt or pale, have bloodshot eyes, have skin sores, or be dramatically fluctuating in weight.
You could be suffering from anxiety, depression, loneliness, low self-esteem, or even suicidal thoughts. Addiction makes you much more susceptible to liver disease, heart disease, stroke, diabetes, depression, anxiety, bipolarity, and paranoia.
You may begin to care less about your appearance or personal hygiene and have no desire to socialise or take part in activities that you once enjoyed. You may find yourself constantly craving alcohol or drugs and suffering from withdrawal when you’re not drinking or taking drugs.
These are all signs that you need to speak to someone and receive professional help as soon as possible. Drug or alcohol addiction won’t go away on its own, you must receive addiction treatment if you want to create a better future for you and your loved ones to look forward to.
Drugs we provide treatment for in the London area;