If you are suffering from a 'drink problem', then the thought of 'going to rehab' may be something you have been avoiding. The truth is that your drinking serves a clear purpose in your life. In fact, your drinking is probably the 'solution' to many of your problems. Thus, it's only natural that you will resist the temptation to tackle your drinking problem.
At some point or another, the problems caused by your drinking will begin to outweigh the problems that it purports to solve. This is generally when your drinking begins to cause health, relationship and financial problems. In fact, many people suffering from alcoholism will be faced with a rather bleak choice: continue to drink and die, or stop drinking and continue to live.
At Rehab 4 Alcoholism, we are here to tell you that you can cope with life's drama and problems through other means that do not involve the consumption of alcohol. In fact, there is almost an infinitive number of options available to you that will help you relax and enjoy your life without resorting to alcohol consumption.
To discover how to uncover these proven strategies that will help you stay alcohol-free for the rest of your life, contact us today on 0800 111 4108.
The vast majority of people suffering from alcoholism in Buckinghamshire will be best advised to enter a residential treatment centre. We psychologically prepare you for rehab and help ensure you select the most suited rehab for your needs.
Generally, the motivation for 'going to rehab' is typically built on necessity. This is when you have hit 'rock bottom' and you really cannot see a way forward other than going to rehab. At Rehab 4 Alcoholism, we help you fully assess the damage caused by your drinking. We assess the impact your drinking has on your family life, your health and your career. This helps to motivate you to seek out appropriate rehab treatment before it is too late.
You may have already lost your family, your career and most of your health due to your drinking. If this is the case, the writing really is 'on the wall' when it comes to attending rehab. In this situation, we merely help to assist you in selecting the best-suited rehab centre in Buckinghamshire for your needs.
Many of our callers suffer from a variety of mental health issues. This includes suicidal ideation, eating disorders and severe anxiety and depression. At Rehab 4 Alcoholism, we are trained in assisting you through these issues. We achieve this by carrying out a full assessment and then assisting you in your search for a rehab clinic in Buckinghamshire.
If you are calling on behalf of a loved-one, then denial is likely to be a major obstacle that gets in your way. The majority of people suffering from alcoholism will not seek out help until they have first 'gone to hell and back'. This is also known as 'hitting rock bottom'.
At Rehab 4 Alcoholism, we employ trained Interventionists who will help you assist your loved one in overcoming feelings of denial about his or her alcoholism.
When an addict realises he or she does indeed suffer from an addiction to alcohol, this realisation is usually shocking and may exasperate feelings of depression or anxiety. This may worsen your loved one's alcoholism, at least initially.
At Rehab 4 Alcoholism, we will arm you with several techniques to assist you in confronting your loved one without the risk of triggering these negative emotions.
Once the person with the addiction has overcome denial, the next logical step in the process is to locate appropriate treatment clinics in Buckinghamshire. At Rehab 4 Alcoholism, we conduct a thorough assessment to help your loved-one into a suitable rehab clinic in Buckinghamshire.
During rehab, the patient must initially undergo a medically assisted detox programme. This will help your loved one 'into recovery'. This detox programme typically requires 7-10 days to complete.
A detox programme aims to 'wean' patients off alcohol in a controlled and safe manner. Withdrawal symptoms will be closely monitored and treated. Medication is given to patients to help avoid or minimise alcohol-related withdrawal symptoms.
During the detox programme, patients are closely monitored by the rehab centre's in-house clinical team. This team consists of psychiatrists, psychiatric nurses and support workers. Medications are tapered down during the course of the detox programme. Patients will not be expected to continue to take these medications following the successful completion of the detox programme.
Following the initial detox programme, patients then attend daily therapy and counselling sessions. These sessions include group and individual therapy. Therapy includes CBT, psychotherapy, 12-step work and complementary therapies. Your loved one will also benefit from an extended aftercare programme. Aftercare helps patients remain in recovery for the first 12-months following the completion of residential treatment.
Therapy and counselling sessions aim to arm patients with relapse prevention strategies. Therapies also help patients raise their sense of self-worth and self-esteem. Patients are given the tools to build their confidence so that they may engage in activities that help them achieve happiness without drinking alcohol.