Drug and Alcohol Rehab Conwy
If you live in Conwy and have found yourself in the unfortunate position that requires you to seek support for a drug addiction, attending a drug and alcohol rehab in Conwy is in your best interest.
Signs and Symptoms Associated with A Drug Addiction
When a drug addiction is present, you will likely encounter and experience several signs and symptoms. However, before realising that you have become addicted to a substance, you may have put these signs and symptoms down to generally feeling unwell.
With this in mind, it is imperative to consider if you have experienced, are currently experiencing, any of the following;
- Persistent headaches
- Slurred speech
- Excessively sweating
- Heightened anxiety
The above signs and symptoms are usually experienced when a drug is consumed, after consumption and when an individual is withdrawing from a substance. They indicate that the substance consumed is taking its toll on the body and brain.
Ignored, these signs and symptoms can cause an addiction to become somewhat adverse. Eventually, they will leave you experiencing various short and long-term physical and psychological complications.
If you have become reliant on drugs and experience any of the above symptoms, we would urge you to contact us today.
What Are the Long-Term Consequences of Drug Addictions?
Sadly, drug addictions come hand-in-hand with a wealth of long-term consequences that are often irreversible. However, these consequences are often overlooked by those battling drug addictions.
As an addiction takes control of your life, your daily thoughts probably surround feeding your addiction. Although you may have experienced various symptoms, you will have likely brushed these under the carpet. Regrettably, the longer symptoms are ignored, the more devastating the long-term effects of drug addiction will be.
Some of the long-term consequences of drug addictions include organ failure, permanent memory loss, risk of stroke and heightened risk of cancer.
Seeking Treatment from A Suitable Drug and Alcohol Rehab
Across Conwy and the North of Wales, there are several local initiatives and rehabs that are available to support you should you find yourself battling a drug addiction. However, we understand that seeking treatment from a drug and alcohol rehab in Conwy may not be desirable for various reasons.
If this resonates with you, we would encourage you to consider attending our private residential alcohol and drug rehab in Watford.
Although we are located away from your hometown, at Cassiobury Court, we have the resources, facilities and experience required to treat various drug addictions successfully.
Without obtaining the support you need to overcome your drug addiction, you will eventually find that drugs control every aspect of your life. From the moment you wake up, you will crave substances and succumb to your addiction. Not only will this see your life drastically change, but you will find that your physical and psychological health becomes severely impaired.
What Drug Addictions Can Be Treated at a Drug and Alcohol Rehab?
As you turn your thoughts to contacting a drug and alcohol rehab in Conwy, or our residential rehab, you will likely want to gain an understanding of the drug addictions that rehabs can treat.
From cocaine to heroin and cannabis to prescription drugs, at Cassiobury Court, we are on hand to provide treatment for the majority of drug addictions.
Although we can provide treatment for various drug addictions, we cannot guarantee that a drug and alcohol rehab in Conwy will be able to do the same.
How Are Drug Addictions Treated?
At Cassiobury Court, the way in which a drug addiction is treated entirely depends on the ramifications that the addiction has had on an individual’s life. We know that no one addiction is the same, which is why we go the extra mile to create bespoke treatment programmes for those that seek treatment at our residential rehab.
Although it is difficult to determine which treatment will benefit you before conducting a pre-admissions assessment, we can offer insight into the typical structure of our treatment programmes.
As and when you are ready to commence treatment at our centre, you will first undergo a medically induced alcohol detox programme. Detoxification usually lasts an average of seven days. It ensures that you successfully withdraw from the drug you have become addicted to.
As you progress through your detoxification programme, you will commence the rehabilitation stage of your treatment programme. This stage will see you participate in traditional and non-traditional forms of therapy in both one-to-one and group settings.
The therapy that you are encouraged to take part in will entirely depend on the impact your drug addiction has had on your physical and psychological well-being. However, many individuals encounter Cognitive Behavioural Therapy, stress management, relapse prevention, art therapy and mindfulness therapy.
Irrespective of the therapy provided, you can rest assured knowing that you will have the support you need to reflect on your addiction, identify triggers and develop coping strategies to mitigate the risk of relapse in the future.
At Cassiobury Court, we understand that as you become subject to the vicious cycle of an addiction, you will lose control of your life. Your addiction will almost leave you in a trance, and your sole focus will surround ensuring that your addiction is fed at all times.
However, there will come a time when you eventually realise the impact your addiction has had on your life. There will also come a time when you can confidently say that enough is enough.
If you have recently come to realise that enough is enough and you are ready to regain control of your life, we would encourage you to call us today.
We know that discussing your addiction is daunting. However, the sooner you seek support for your addiction, the sooner you can put your drug addiction behind you once and for all.