Addiction Help in Bridgend
Many people suffer from addiction in the UK but only a few of them enter treatment.
While the problem of addiction can at times be subjective, there are only three main reasons why people do not seek any rehab help.
These are denial, shame, and fear.
Denial refers to their refusal to admit that they have an addiction problem.
Shame is the humiliation and disgrace associated with addiction such as irresponsibility, sense of worthlessness or failure in life, homelessness, poverty, and unemployment among others.
Fear is the terror of change or uncovering painful memories in the process, going out of one’s comfort zone, relapsing, and not succeeding in the end.
Don’t let these negative thoughts get in the way for you to seek rehab.
If there is even just a small desire to get the rehab help in your mind, grab it immediately before it fades away.
If there is realisation, willingness, or desire to get help, you should act quickly.
Abbeycare Rehab Clinic in Bridgend is here for you just waiting for your call.
The Dreaded Drug Overdose
Substance abuse constantly comes with the risk of fatal after effects.
Whether it is liquor, hard drugs like coke and heroin or a prescription drug like opioid painkillers, you are predisposed to addiction if abusive behaviour persists.
If left unchecked, the fear of a fatal overdone might just be ‘the’ reason for seeking rehab help.
In most instances, a drug overdose is accidental.
People with addiction drink more or take more drugs than before as they develop tolerance to drugs.
Others consume more to get a better high.
A person suffering from drug overdose often does not have the capability to call for rehab help.
Among the tell-tale signs of drug overdose included widened pupils of the eyes, unconsciousness, chest pain and breathing difficulty, discoloration (lips or fingers turn blue), disorientation, paranoia, violence, and agitation, and seizures/ convulsions.
If you or your loved one is experiencing any of the aforementioned symptoms, you must call 999 immediately.
Individual Therapy is Available in Bridgend
Individual Rehab Therapy is a critical part of addiction treatment and recovery.
Also known as psychotherapy, this rehab programme involves one on one private dialogue with an assigned personal counsellor.
It is important to provide clients with a channel to express their personal traumas and experience which may be too difficult or sensitive to share in a group.
Sometimes they include issues that are sexual in nature and private experiences/ behaviours that cause shame and guilt.
It allows individuals to express one’s true emotions uninhibitedly, without the worry of getting misjudged by others.
This way, no stones are left unturned as individual issues of each patient are addressed.
Individual Rehab Therapy also helps in addressing co-occurring illnesses such as depression and anxiety disorder.
It helps clients process difficult emotions, raise better self-awareness and eliminate obstacles that could hamper recovery.
Qualities to look for in a Treatment Centre
Accreditation, professional qualification of staff and facilities are the common factors can be easily evaluated when evaluating a rehab treatment centre.
However, there are other factors that you should look for.
Quality of therapeutic relationships. This relates to the depth of trust and confidence between individual clients and counsellors/ addiction experts.
Client engagement. The level of participation of the client in all activities/ sessions in the treatment programme including motivational intervention.
Continuing evaluation of a treatment plan. The customised treatment plan for individual clients may require adjustments based on the successful response of the client in the course of rehab.
Speak for free to one of our specialists at Abbeycare Rehab Clinic in Bridgend now 01603 513 091.
Choosing the right Recovery Programme
The best way to facilitate a safe and complete recovery from addiction in Bridgend is by a tailored approach to treatment.
Abbeycare Clinic in Bridgend customises its rehab programme for each individual client to fit their needs and circumstances.
However, the ideal recovery programme will ultimately depend on your other personal circumstances such as:
- Can your budget cover the cost of the rehab treatment programme?
- Can you use your insurance to cover the rehab programme’s cost?
- Do you prefer treatment closer to home or away from home?
- Does the rehab clinic have previous experience of treating addiction similar to yours?
- Can you get a time out from everything and dedicate one month of your life to rehab?
Aside from answering these questions, it would also help if you get professional advice or recommendation from your doctor. For consultation you can also call at Abbeycare Rehab Clinic in Bridgend.
Overview of Abbeycare’s Services
Abbeycare is a specialised in drug and alcohol addiction and rehab treatment clinic.
We have years of experience in treating various addictions including alcohol addiction, cocaine addiction, heroin addiction, prescription drug addiction, behavioural addiction, and other co-occurring diseases.
We have dedicated staff that genuinely cares about the full recovery of our clients.
We provide a safe, homely, and meditative environment that forms part of our therapeutic rehab location.
We can ensure your effective and lasting recovery in a comfortable manner as long as you remain committed to our rehab programme.
Our services feature:
- 24-hour care
- Fast admission
- Aftercare Plan
- Comfortable atmosphere and surroundings
- Experienced and Dedicated staff
- We take care of everything
Call us today on 01603 513 091 in Bridgend to begin your trehab reatment.
- Are painkillers safer than illegal drugs?
No. While opioid painkillers can be legally prescribed, they are equally dangerous as illicit drugs when it comes to addiction.
Despite its medicinal benefits, the effects of high doses of painkillers are equally fatal as high doses of illegal drugs like cocaine or heroin.
They both can cause coma and death.
- How long does detox take?
There is no standard timeframe for how long detox is going to take or when it can get completed. It depends on several factors such as the severity of a client’s addiction; the rate, dose, and duration of substance use; incidence of mixed substance abuse; previous detox attempts, and will power and health condition of the client.
- Can I use my cell phone and other electronics during my rehab?
Yes. However, access to cell phones while on rehab is very limited.
Access to phones is prohibited while undergoing detox.
Subsequent access to cell phones and other electronics are also strictly regulated to allow a client to concentrate on their treatment.
Serving Addiction Treatment in Bridgend & Surrounding Areas, including:
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