We have Treatment Centres for Drug and Alcohol Rehab in Brighton

Across East Sussex, drug and alcohol addictions harm the lives of many. If you have found that you consume large quantities of substances on a daily basis and have become reliant on them, seeking treatment for addiction may be necessary.

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Drug and Alcohol Rehab Centres In Brighton

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We offer residential treatment that is close to the Brighton area.

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Drug and Alcohol Rehab Brighton

Although there are a number of drug and alcohol rehabs in Brighton that can provide you with the treatment you need, attending a rehab away from home is in your best interest.

If you are searching for a drug and alcohol rehab in Brighton, why not consider attending our residential drug and alcohol rehab in Towcester instead?

Located just a few hours from your hometown, when you attend our rehab, you will be provided with around the clock care, industry-leading treatment and tailored programmes that will give you the tools and support you need to make a long-term recovery.

 

What Are The Signs and Symptoms That Highlight Treatment Is Required?

It can be difficult to distinguish whether addiction is impairing your life. However, if you find yourself looking for a drug and alcohol rehab in Brighton, you will likely have come to realise that you may be consuming an unhealthy amount of drugs or alcohol.

You may have also been approached by a loved one, friend or employer who has concerns about your relationship with substances.

If you are worried that addiction is impairing the quality of your life, there are a number of signs and symptoms that will essentially highlight that you must take action and seek treatment for your addiction.

To ensure that you are able to identify the signs and symptoms that highlight addiction treatment is required, we have outlined just a number of the physical and psychological symptoms you may experience below.

 

Physical Symptoms

  • Headaches
  • Nausea
  • Fevers
  • Weight loss
  • Discoloured skin
  • Pale skin
  • Bloodshot eyes

 

Psychological Symptoms

  • Fatigue
  • Insomnia
  • Anxiety
  • Depression
  • Paranoia
  • Hallucinations
  • Intense cravings
  • Difficulty concentrating
  • Memory loss
  • Irritability
  • Mood swings

In addition to experiencing the above physical and psychological symptoms, as your addiction takes its toll on you, your behaviour will drastically change. You may begin to isolate yourself from your loved ones, and you may become increasingly secretive.

It is possible that you will also lose interest in your hobbies, and you will likely take on less responsibility at home or at work. You may even begin to spend large sums of money to feed your addiction. This could sadly cause you to experience financial difficulty.

 

What Causes Addictions To Arise?

Addictions arise from many different factors. However, many people find that their addiction is ignited by intense pressure, stress, mental health disorders, trauma, genetics and social contributions.

Although it can be challenging to determine what has caused your addiction to arise before seeking treatment, as you enter our drug and alcohol rehab and progress through a programme, you will have the opportunity to decipher the factors that have played a role in the development of your addiction.

 

What Treatment Will I Be Offered During My Time In Rehab?

During your time in our rehab, you will be offered a wealth of various treatments that, combined, will ensure you are able to make a long-term recovery.

It should be noted that the treatment incorporated into your treatment programme will depend on the severity of your addiction, the psychological ramifications of your addiction and the physical impact your addiction has had on your life. With this in mind, before receiving treatment, you will be required to complete a clinical assessment.

Please also bear in mind that if you decide to attend a drug and alcohol rehab in Brighton, the treatment you are offered will differ from the treatment we can provide.

As we focus primarily on brain and body restoration here at Cassiobury Court, our treatments include detoxification, one-to-one counselling, group therapy and psychotherapy.

You will also have the opportunity to take advantage of well-being therapy, Satori Chair Therapy and NAD+ therapy during your time in our rehab.

 

Why Is Therapy Incorporated Into Rehabilitation Treatment?

As you review the treatments that are often incorporated into our addiction recovery programmes, you will have come to realise that therapy is administered in many different forms. As a result, you may question why therapy is important.

Simply put, therapy is important as it will enable you to understand why addiction has come to impair your life. Therapy will also ensure that you are able to determine how you can overcome the factors that have caused you to become reliant on substances.

In doing so, you will be able to work with our team of professionals to determine how you can put your struggles with substances, including drugs and alcohol, behind you once and for all. This will ensure that you are able to mitigate your risk of experiencing a relapse as you recover.

 

Are You Ready To Attend A Drug and Alcohol Rehab In Brighton?

Are you ready to confront your addiction and turn your life around? Are you ready to attend a drug and alcohol rehab in Brighton? Are you open to considering our drug and alcohol rehab?

If you are ready to confront your addiction and turn your life around, we welcome you to contact us to discuss how we can support you in the near and far future.

As you do so, we will assist you in completing a pre-admission assessment. This assessment will enable us to understand your addiction. It will also ensure that we can inform you of the treatments you may encounter during your time in rehab.

We can also provide you with the support you may need to discuss your addiction with your loved ones and employer.

 

Call Us Today

Although confronting your addiction and taking the first step in securing help is daunting, the sooner you secure treatment, the better.

To discuss our treatment programmes and facilities with us, please call us today on 0800 001 4070.

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