Do you live in Norfolk and suffer from alcoholism? At Rehab 4 Alcoholism, we specialise in assisting those affected by alcoholism and other forms of substance abuse, with our Alcohol Rehab Norfolk service. We are confident we can help you too. When you contact Rehab 4 Alcoholism, we carry out an initial assessment to determine your recommended treatment options in Norfolk. These options consist of residential, outpatient and home detox options.
If you suffer from alcoholism, it is probably because you have suffered trauma in your lifetime. This trauma is typically sexual or physical in nature. It may also be possible that you suffer from alcoholism for genetic reasons or a combination of genetic and social reasons.
When you contact Rehab 4 Alcoholism, we seek to determine the possible causes of your alcoholism. The specific causes of your alcoholism will influence the type of treatment we recommend to you.
We also assess your 'personality type'. It's common for people suffering from alcoholism to also display an addictive personality type. This generally makes you more likely to develop an addiction. Addictive personality traits include impulsiveness, risk tolerance and non-conformity.
It's essential for you to appreciate your personality type. This gives you the ability to monitor and control your behaviour more effectively. Over time, you will be given the tools to overcome your addictive personality. You will also be taught to satisfy your personal needs without resorting to alcohol.
Many people suffering from alcoholism are unable to accept professional help until they have hit 'rock bottom'. This is an unfortunate reality and one you must avoid. Hitting rock bottom is not entirely necessary. We urge you to seek out help well before you hit rock bottom.
At least know that when you suffer from alcoholism, it's not a question of 'if' you will hit rock bottom, but a question of 'when'. Seeking out early help means you may be able to undo much of the damage caused by your alcoholism. Refusing to seek out help due to denial or a reluctance to change may result in you losing everything you hold dear to you.
If you are the loved one of an addict in denial, we offer a free intervention service. We will speak directly with your loved one to convince him or her of the benefits of seeking out addiction treatment. This service is entirely free of charge. To enquire, contact us today on 0800 111 4108.
If you suffer from acute alcoholism, we generally recommend you seek out treatment at a residential alcohol clinic in Norfolk. Why? Because residential treatment requires you to live in the clinic for the duration of your rehabilitation programme. You are thus removed from addiction triggers that might have otherwise resulted in an early relapse situation.
Going to rehab may seem like an unfamiliar or even alien concept for many people seeking out help for the first time. However, know that Rehab 4 Alcoholism is on hand to ensure the process is simple and straightforward.
Following the completion of the initial telephone assessment, we then advise you on various treatment options in Norfolk. Once you decide to attend one particular treatment provider, we then advise you on what will happen next.
Generally, you will receive an admissions timetable. On the day of the admission, you will be psychiatrically assessed. Alcohol withdrawal is well-known for withdrawal symptoms. To help you detox without suffering these symptoms, the psychiatrist will prescribe you with medication designed to treat these symptoms from day one.
Following the completion of your detox programme, you may optionally decide to remain in the rehab clinic so that you may receive therapy and counselling sessions. This is highly recommendable. A detox programme will not treat the underlying emotional causes of alcoholism, and thus it's important for you to remain in the rehab clinic for around four weeks so that the emotional healing process may take place. This helps you to reduce the risk of relapse following the completion of your detox programme. You will also benefit from an extended programme of aftercare following the completion of your overall rehabilitation programme.