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Drug and Alcohol Rehab Salford

Drug and alcohol addictions affect people all over the world. This is something that no one ever thinks will happen to them. This is exactly why addictions can creep up and affect anyone from any walk of life.

It’s very easy to allow occasional drinking to turn into a drinking problem. It is also common for drug experimentation to turn into a drug addiction. Addiction is much more common than you may think, and it can affect both women and men of all ages.

Why Do People Become Addicted to Drugs or Alcohol?

There is never just one explanation as to why people become an addict. Addiction is extremely complex.

Every single person is different, however, there is always an underlying issue as to why they have become an addict in the first place. These underlying issues could be something such as poor mental health, negative life circumstances, or habits formed in their childhood.

When addiction is deeply rooted, it can be extremely difficult to break away from it. There is a common misconception that addicts can simply just stop, however, the reality is that it is so much harder than that.

To successfully recover from addiction, you need to make a complete mental shift. You will need constant positive reinforcement and a stable and secure environment to recover in. This is exactly what a residential rehab is for.

Do I Need to Go to Rehab?

You may be wondering whether rehab is the right choice for you or whether you need to go. Below is a self-assessment to see if you need rehab. Answer yes or no to the questions below:

  • – Have you turned to drink or drugs because you have been influenced by the people around you?
  • – Are you experiencing any withdrawal symptoms such as nausea when you stop consuming alcohol or drugs?
  • – Has anyone in your family ever had problems with drugs or alcohol before?
  • – Have you ever turned to alcohol or drugs because of life stressors such as the loss of a loved one, the loss of your job, or after a breakup?
  • – Do you think about alcohol and drugs a lot of the time?
  • – Do you feel like you can’t control your drug and alcohol intake?

If you answered yes to three or more of the above questions, then rehab is definitely the right step for you. We have everything you need to make a full recovery, so give us a call today and take that first step towards recovery.

Detox Expectations

When you’re addicted to drugs or alcohol, your brain functionality changes as well as physical changes, therefore, you will quickly require drugs or alcohol to feel normal. With this in mind, as most addicts go through the detox stage, they will undergo a certain amount of withdrawal symptoms.

Detoxing can be dangerous if done alone. Medical supervision is necessary to safely detox. Addictions, without professional help will be incredibly difficult to overcome.

You need to have someone watching over your health during the detox stage as you could experience some very negative side effects that come as a result of your body adjusting to functioning without the drugs or alcohol that it has depended on in the past.

Withdrawal will produce slightly different symptoms in each person. They can range from minor headaches to intense seizures, so you need to be monitored closely during this stage.

Withdrawal symptoms can usually first be felt around 8-10 hours into your detox and they usually reach their peak at around 24-72 hours after you initially start your detox.

Below is a list of some common withdrawal symptoms that you may experience during the detox stage of your recovery:

  • – Headaches
  • – Shaking
  • – Nausea
  • – Insomnia
  • – Sweating
  • – Poor appetite
  • – Seizures
  • – Increased heart rate
  • – Mood swings
  • – Fatigue
  • – Agitation
  • – Depression
  • – Anxiety
  • – Hallucinations

These are all relatively common side effects of going through a detox stage, however, the detox is vital if you want to make a full recovery from your drug or alcohol addiction.

What Happens After the Detox Stage?

Once you have completed the detox stage, your rehabilitation treatment can begin. Treatment centres are immensely necessary during rehab treatment because you are surrounded by extremely supportive people whose main goal is for you to reach sobriety.

The type of treatments that you have in rehab will depend on your type and severity of addiction. Some common types of treatment in rehab include cognitive behavioural therapy, support group sessions, family group sessions, and intensive one to one counselling.

Once you are ready to leave the treatment centre and go back to your home life, you will be armed with the tools and skills needed to begin your new life that is drug and alcohol-free. You will also benefit from an aftercare program that aims to support you with your continued recovery when you go back to your home setting.

After leaving the treatment centre, you will be encouraged to attend programs to help you regularly. This may be something like Alcoholic Anonymous or Narcotics Anonymous.

These sessions can help you to stay sober and avoid chances of relapse. You will also get the opportunity to build a support network of other recovering addicts.

Finding a Drug and Alcohol Rehab in Salford

If you’re looking for a drug and alcohol rehab in Salford, then get in touch with us today. Give us a call on 01923 369 161 and our friendly team of experts will be on hand to answer any questions you may have and guide you through the rehab process. There is no better time than right now to reach out about addiction recovery. Take that first step towards a life of sobriety today!

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