Addiction Recovery in Exeter
Accepting your addiction problem is the first step towards recovery.
Getting a professional rehab treatment programme is the second step.
The last step is committing to what you have learned in rehab to continue a life of sobriety.
The steps are simple but the process of recovery is not easy.
It takes an enormous amount of willpower to change and a strong commitment to holding on to it while on the process of change.
It entails self-discipline and a lifetime of dedication to maintain enduring sobriety.
However, you never need to be alone on this journey.
Abbeycare rehab clinic in Exeter will be with you every step of the way.
We will also encourage your family, friends, and other loved ones to support you in your struggle.
The path of recovery is not going to be easy.
But it sure is going to be worth it. If you are looking for rehabilitation treatment option in Exeter then Abbeycare Rehab Clinic is the right place to choose.
Abbeycare serve clients UK-wide.
Co-dependency and Addiction
Co-dependency can help fuel and sustain addiction.
It is a situation in which a person who wants to help a loved one suffering from addiction end up nurturing or supporting addiction instead.
This is common among spouses, intimate partners, and children.
Here are some signs of co-dependency, which you should not obstruct you from seeking professional rehab help.
Taking responsibility for the addicted loved one. A person who is in a co-dependent relationship often loves their partners or children so much to the extent that they are willing to bear the responsibility or consequences of their loved one’s faults or failures.
For instance, some parents are willing to pay criminal damages caused by their addicted children to protect them from getting jailed.
Putting the other person’s feelings first. A person who is in a co-dependent relationship will prioritise their loved one’s needs or feelings over their own.
A mother, for instance, would just give money to finance her child’s addiction because she can’t endure seeing her child suffer without drinking alcohol or taking drugs.
Fearing abandonment in the relationship. A person who is in a co-dependent relationship is afraid of losing a loved one if he or she disproves the loved one’s addiction.
A wife, for instance, would just allow her husband to engage in his addiction activities for fear that her husband would leave her and her whole family if she antagonizes or does not support her husband’s addiction.
Not talking about their feelings. A person who is in a co-dependent relationship would prefer to stay quiet and just bear the pain he or she is suffering.
Instead of seeking help, he or she blindly hopes to fix the loved one’s addiction on his or her own.
Confounded notion of love. A person who is in a co-dependent relationship is inclined to always agree and accommodate a loved one’s addiction despite the pain one suffers.
They believe in the notion of love as a sacrifice and believe that they are actually in charge of the abusive situation.
If you are in one of these co-dependency situations, and living in Exeter, call Abbeycare Rehab Clinic 01603 513 091 for a free rehabilitation consultation in Exeter and surrounding areas.
Depression and Addiction
People suffering from addiction drink alcohol or take drugs to make themselves feel better.
However, these on-going bad habits will eventually result in depression.
Once your body gets used to drugs or alcohol, you will start to always feel physically depressed without alcohol or drugs.
You also feel psychologically depressed because of the need to take drugs or alcohol.
More than just a feeling of sadness or loneliness, depression is a medical condition in which a person feel useless, hopeless, and often experience suicidal thoughts.
Substance abuse is akin to depression because drugs and alcohol impact the neurotransmitters in our body’s system.
Consistent consumption of excessive alcohol, for instance, can damage the production of serotonin which regulates our mood.
This abnormally induces our body to crave alcohol to feel good, else we feel depressed.
Taking drugs, on the other hand, can increase dopamine, which results in artificial and exaggerated feelings of joy.
Regular taking of drugs will increase your tolerance thus requiring you greater dosage to reach the same level of high.
Stopping the use of drugs will trigger a feeling of depression.
Thus, depression is also one of the withdrawal symptoms that you will experience during detoxification. But if the detoxification is done from a professional rehab clinic like Abbeycare the withdrawal side effects can be minimized and can be avoided too.
The depression associated with drugs is manifested in a person’s loss of interest, petulance, moodiness, loneliness, suicidal thoughts, and untidiness, lack of hygiene, and weight gain or loss, among others. If you see any of these symptoms in yourself or your loved ones, please call Abbeycare Rehab Clinic in Exeter.
You are not helpless
When it comes to addiction, you or your family are not helpless.
While you cannot force a person to quit drugs and alcohol or get into rehab, you can help to get your loved one to reach for rehabilitation treatment.
Here are steps on how to help your loved one get the rehab assistance they need:
1. Enforce rules and expectations strictly. This means you should let your addicted loved one bear the consequences of his or her addiction. Instill the idea that he or she should take responsibility for his/ her life.
2. Always speak positively. Don’t accuse or blame your addicted loved one. They will only feel shame and guilt that can result in further depression and hopelessness.
3. Be a source of inspiration and reassurance. Always boost or motivate your loved one.
4. Be educated about addiction and rehab. There are tons of resources and information available on the Internet for rehabilitation treatment. Educate yourself with the professional rehab treatment available.
5. Encourage professional treatment. Call Abbeycare rehab Clinic now on 01603 513 091
Customised Drug and Alcohol Addiction Treatment
No two addictions are the same because no two persons are the same.
At Exeter Abbeycare Rehabilitation Clinic, we don’t just focus on your addiction problem. But we have a comprehensive rehab aftercare treatment plan.
We consider your weaknesses and needs and capitalise on your distinctive strengths and strong assets to create a bespoke rehab treatment programme.
There is no one-size-fits-all approach to addiction recovery.
Your rehabilitation treatment programme must be personalised to fit and address your special needs.
We will develop a rehab plan that has everything you need to help you achieve a successful recovery.
Our goal is more than just your long sobriety.
We at Exeter Abbeycare Rehab Clinic aim for you to live a happy and meaningful life, free of drugs or alcohol.
Abbeycare Rehab in Exeter Promise of Recovery
Abbeycare Rehab in Exeter commits itself to your recovery.
After completing our 28-day inpatient rehab programme, you will gain a solid foundation for your long-term sobriety.
If you remain committed to the rehab programme that we designed especially for you, you will be treated and will remain sober.
This is our promise to you.
And it always seems impossible until it’s done.
Our comprehensive rehabilitation treatment programme in Exeter offers:
- Professionally supervised detox
- Customised rehab treatment programme
- Social support system
- Holistic therapy
- Continuous monitoring and care
If you reside in Exter or surrounding Call Abbeycare Rehab 01603 513 091 to start your journey to recovery!
- Can I work while in treatment?
No. You need to stay in Abbeycare Exeter rehab clinic the whole day, every day and focus on undergoing our intensive residential rehabilitation programme for 28 days.
If you need to spend time working, you can opt for outpatient rehabilitation that is offered by some rehab centres.
Note however that inpatient rehab has a higher success rate of recovery.
- Can I just take anti-addiction medications to treat my addiction?
No. Anti-addiction medications are primarily used during the detox stage in rehabilitation. They are used to eradicate cravings and relieve people from uncomfortable withdrawal symptoms. However, they do not address the root cause of addiction.
Relying on anti-addiction medication alone can result in another form of addiction.
- What happens after I complete treatment?
Once your rehabilitation treatment is completed. We will help you to develop an exit strategy and aftercare rehab programme that suits your personal needs.
This will include regularly meeting with support groups, employment recommendations, and engagement in other activities that will prevent you from relapse and help you live a meaningful life of recovery.
Serving Rehabilitation and Addiction Treatment in Exeter & Surrounding Areas, including:
Abbeycare provides rehab treatment in Exeter and surrounding areas, including:
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