We have treatment centres for alcohol rehab in Ireland

Living with an addiction is one of the hardest illnesses many individuals will have to experience. Yet, through this likelihood, many are avoiding the support of addiction specialists. 

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In the majority of cases, this avoidance will be fuelled by denial, where an unrealistic view on reality is maintained. Here, drug or alcohol consumption will be justified, will be viewed as harmless, will be covered up from others. However, for others, a lack of awareness will be present when considering the signs and symptoms of a drug and alcohol addiction, and its severity.

To aid you, no matter whether you’re living through denial or the vast cognitive adaptations caused by drugs and alcohol, below are common symptoms, helping you understand where you stand with either addictive substance. In addition, gauging a way out from addiction is encouraged, showcasing the probability of sober living.

While visiting a drug and alcohol rehab in Ireland may feel the best way out from addiction, see the value beyond localised recovery, available here at Cassiobury Court.


Am I addicted to drugs or alcohol?

While symptoms of addiction can reflect other physical and psychological health conditions, it’s imperative to have some form of awareness, for either your own sake or those around you. Spotting the signs of addiction, early, can boost rehabilitation probabilities, can make withdrawal easier, and can reduce the risk of long-term side effects.

With this in mind, it’s very important to measure your current experience with drugs and alcohol, with the below signs and symptoms of addiction, highlighting the severity of your relationship.

Common signs of a drug and alcohol addiction

  • > The inability to stop consumption
  • > Heightened withdrawal symptoms
  • > Mental health side effects, such as depression and anxiety
  • > Physical health problems, such as liver disease or respiratory problems
  • > Visible side effects, resembling a constant hangover feeling
  • > The inclination to distance yourself from people, from hobbies, from responsibilities
  • > Making drugs and alcohol the priority
  • > Avoiding confrontation when considering your drug and alcohol consumption

      If you are experiencing a mixture of the above, while abusing excessive amounts of drugs or alcohol, you could be suffering with a physical and psychological addiction, requiring professional support and addiction treatment.


      Visiting a drug and alcohol rehab in Ireland

      If you’re concerned that an addiction may be present, selecting a drug and alcohol rehab in Ireland will likely be your next step. This is understandable, especially if your diagnosis is a shock for you.

      Reaching out for localised rehabilitation is common, as it’s familiar to you, as it feels like a safer option, as it offers convenience. However, before jumping in, it is important to gauge the severity of your addiction, and whether you can cope through the familiarities of Ireland.

      Individuals living with a drug and alcohol dependence will likely thrive through localised recovery. Here they will benefit from both convenience and suitability, offering enough autonomy and flexibility to recover and maintain usual life. Those familiarities can also act as a motivator, to exceed drug and alcohol rehabilitation.

      Yet, if you’re struggling with a drug and alcohol addiction, where physical and psychological associations are present, looking beyond the location of Ireland will be encouraged. Via residential rehab, you’ll have the chance to remove yourself from those familiarities, selecting a drug and alcohol rehab at a distance. If this is the case for you, our specialist treatment centre at Cassiobury Court will be ideal.


      The value of residential rehab

      If the idea of rehab is new to you, it’s likely that residential rehab will also be unfamiliar. As this can cause anxieties, motivating the selection of a drug and alcohol rehab in Ireland, below we’ve highlighted the valuable assets of residential rehab, true to our offering at Cassiobury Court.

      • Distance and privacy

      If you are struggling with physical and psychological associations, distance will benefit you greatly. You’ll experience a private rehab stay, you’ll be removed from toxic influences, and you’ll have the time and energy to focus on your drug and alcohol rehabilitation efforts.

      • Personal, intense rehab programmes

      One of the key benefits of residential rehab is the ability to complete a personal intense stream of addiction treatments. Unfortunately, through cheaper treatment services, this approach will be unavailable. Yet, through a higher-quality rehab programme, your rehab stay will be catered around your needs.

      • Safer environments and treatment services

      • Your health and safety are very important when withdrawing and rehabilitating from drugs and alcohol. Without this security, there’s a likelihood that rehab will fail. Through residential rehab, you’ll be observed by medical professionals, ensuring that safe environments and treatment services are recommended.
      • Progressive milestones, at your disposal

      • Drug and alcohol rehab is all about progression. Through residential rehab, you’ll be provided with these milestones as a customary, helping you slowly yet sustainably reach long-term recovery.
      • Consistent, high-quality care

      • While specialist care may be available via a drug and alcohol rehab in Ireland, you’ll experience this, alongside the above benefits at Cassiobury Court. Our team is made up of leading addiction counsellors, medical professionals and life coaches.
      • Post-rehab plans

        Alongside your residential rehab programme, you’ll also be provided with a post-rehab plan, catered around your needs. This plan will be available via a drug and alcohol rehab in Ireland, offering convenience for you, while you work towards long-term recovery. Through ongoing care, you’ll already be withdrawn and realigned from addiction, yet now you’ll have the capabilities to maintain sober living.

        So far, it’s understandable if you have avoided professional addiction support. Yet, if you are experiencing the symptoms of addiction and can clearly acknowledge this, it’s important that you reach out for support. Whether that’s through a drug and alcohol rehab in Ireland, or residential rehab here in Watford, you’ll be better off than the results of ongoing substance abuse.

        Reach out today to take the initial step towards drug and alcohol rehabilitation. By doing so, you can experience the above benefits of residential rehab as a standard here at Cassiobury Court.

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