Rehab 4 Alcoholism offers a free and utterly confidential drug and alcohol helpline for people living in Maidstone. When you contact Rehab 4 Alcoholism, we carry out a short initial assessment so we may correctly recommend the best possible treatment programmes available to you in Maidstone.
This assessment requires around five minutes of your time. This five minutes may be the most important minutes you spend this year, because the advice we give you will set you on the road to an alcohol-free future.
You can contact Rehab 4 Alcoholism today for help in Maidstone on 0800 111 4108.
If you identify as an alcoholic or 'problem drinking,' the blunt truth is that you probably enjoy drinking alcohol. For instance, many alcoholics suffered from traumatic events at an early age, and alcohol allows them to mask negative thoughts and feelings associated with these traumatic events. Others may drink alcohol to treat underlying anxiety and depression.
Notwithstanding these benefits you may derive from drinking alcohol, a time comes when the consumption of alcohol causes more problems than it solves. This is affectionately known as 'hitting rock bottom.' When you hit this stage in your alcoholism, you are likely ready to reach out for professional help in the form of inpatient or outpatient alcohol treatment.
If you have reached a place in your drinking career where the disadvantages of continuing to drink exceed the advantages, we urge you to contact us today for free and confidential help. Below we outline the various options open to you when you have reached the point where you admit you require professional help.
When you contact Rehab 4 Alcoholism, we recommend a course of action that will result in your recovery from your addiction to alcohol. This invariably entails you attending an alcohol rehab centre in Maidstone on an inpatient basis. This inpatient treatment programme requires you to invest around 2-6 weeks of your time away from temptation and bad influences. This gives you enough time to detoxify and rehabilitate. You typically also gain access to a prolonged treatment programme on an outpatient basis following the successful completion of inpatient treatment.
Your inpatient rehabilitation programme in Maidstone will begin with a short but intensive detoxification programme. A psychiatrist typically prescribes you with medication. This medication allows you to control withdrawal symptoms associated with an alcohol detox. These symptoms include nausea, diarrhoea, seizures and hallucinations. You will be given slow acting benzodiazepines that slightly sedate you during the detoxification phase of your rehabilitation programme. These drugs allow you to safely conclude your detox programme without experiencing potentially deadly withdrawal symptoms.
If your drinking is causing you to self-destruct, contact Rehab 4 Alcoholism today. We promote your recovery from many different avenues. This includes selecting the best possible treatment provider to meet your needs to housing and mutual aid support groups such as AA and NA. Contact us today on 0800 111 4108.