Drug and Alcohol Rehab Nottinghamshire
Whether you are personally suffering from a drug or alcohol addiction, or you know someone that is, recovery is most likely to be at the forefront of your mind.
If you have been looking for a drug and alcohol rehab in Nottinghamshire, why not broaden your horizon and consider our residential rehab?
Regardless of whether you are hoping to obtain professional support yourself or think that an intervention is required for a loved one, at Cassiobury Court, we are here for you every step of the way.
The Difference Between Drug and Alcohol Abuse and Addiction
Before you conclude that an addiction is present, it is imperative to distinguish the difference between drug and alcohol abuse and addiction.
Although you may believe that abuse and addiction is somewhat similar, this is not true.
Drug and alcohol abuse will see an individual irregularly use substances to help them unwind. In many cases, this abuse is conducted in a social setting.
Binge drinking, for example, is one of the most common forms of alcohol abuse.
Unlike addictions, those that abuse substances will be able to function without frequently administering them.
Although they will experience short-term side effects such as hangovers, drug and alcohol abuse is not as severe as addiction.
Nevertheless, if you, or someone you know, regularly abuses substances, it is still crucial to seek help. Failure to do so could see an addiction arise.
An addiction, on the other hand, sees an individual become reliant on a substance to complete everyday tasks. They will also often find that they are unable to think clearly without consuming drugs or alcohol.
As an addiction cripples them, they will find it challenging to stop administering a substance.
As and when they are unable to obtain the substances that they need, they will experience withdrawal symptoms, causing them to become extremely unwell.
Signs That You Are Battling an Addiction
If you have come to realise that what you thought was drug and alcohol abuse has escalated into an addiction, you must reach out for help as soon as possible.
The sooner that your addiction is addressed, the easier it may be to overcome. Left untreated, addiction can quickly take control of your life, leaving your physical and psychological health to spiral.
Unfortunately, the ramifications of addictions can have life-changing consequences. In addition to harming your mental and physical health, addictions can induce conditions such as heart and liver failure.
If you think that you may be suffering from an addiction, you are likely to experience symptoms including;
- – Increased anxiety
- – Frequent mood swings
- – Unexpected weight loss
- – Changes in your physical appearance such as red eyes
- – Inability to concentrate
- – Feeling somewhat irritable
- – Headaches
- – Nausea
- – Confusion
Some of the above symptoms are also associated with withdrawals. If you consistently administer drugs or alcohol and have been unable to do so over the last few days, you are likely withdrawing from a substance.
In this case, we would advise you to reach out for urgent support. Withdrawing from a substance can be extremely unpleasant and should only be administered by health professionals.
Signs That Someone Else Is Suffering from A Drug or Alcohol Addiction
Have you noticed a change in a friend’s behaviour recently? Has their physical appearance drastically altered?
If you answered yes to any of the above questions, and you are concerned that an addiction is present, it is worth considering whether your friend or family member is displaying any of the below symptoms;
- – Seeming somewhat confused
- – Unable to have a conversation
- – Lack of concentration
- – Inability to remember something that you have said to them
- – Changes in their physical appearance such weight loss
- – Lack of personal hygiene
- – Constantly fidgeting
- – Become somewhat secretive about their whereabouts
- – Asking to borrow large amounts of money regularly
- – Complaining that they feel unwell with headaches and nausea
Having glanced over the symptoms listed above, if you can say for sure that you have noticed these changes in your friend or family member, an addiction may well be present.
It is important to remember that the symptoms you see will only be half of the story. In addition to physical symptoms, the individual in question will also experience several psychological symptoms.
It is because of this that we would ask you to refrain from confronting the addiction until you make contact with us.
We can support you and help you to come up with a suitable way to talk to your friend or family member about the changes that you have observed in their behaviour and appearance.
If having read the information provided above, you are sure that an addiction is present in a family member or even friend, we would encourage you to stage an intervention.
Although this may cause you to feel uncomfortable, it truly is in their best interest. Staging an intervention can be distressing, but we have ensured that this a relatively straightforward process. All you will need to do is pick up the phone and contact our team.
The Benefits of Attending A Residential Drug and Alcohol Rehab
As you come to understand that attending a drug and alcohol rehab in Nottinghamshire is the best solution, you will likely have questions surrounding the benefits of attending our residential drug and alcohol rehab. To help you, we have listed just a few of the benefits below;
- – We offer around the clock care to ensure that the recovery process goes as smoothly as possible
- – We provide one year of free aftercare support
- – All of our treatment programmes are tailored to the needs of the individual
- – Our rehab facility boasts a tranquil environment
- – We offer private rooms
- – Amenities included in our packages consist of housekeeping and home-cooked meals
- – Residential rehab enables individuals to focus on their long-term recovery
Contact Us Today
Irrespective of whether you seek treatment for yourself, or wish to stage an intervention, we welcome you to call us today on 01923 369 161.