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The Addiction Problem in Kincardine

Drug and alcohol addiction has continuously been a major problem across the UK.

In Kincardine, many people use alcohol and drugs as a way to enjoy themselves without considering the negative aftereffects that can come with its continued use.

What’s alarming is that the number of individuals suffering from addiction continues to rise every year.

Among the factors that contribute to the rise of addiction included the growing network or illegal drug trafficking and the varying opinions on drug and alcohol use promoted by popular media.

In many cases, the consumption of alcohol and drugs is portrayed as an enjoyable social activity.

Many fail to see the dark side of substance abuse which could lead to fatal health problems and ruin your life.

This failure is not a matter of choice but is often attributed to the fact that drugs and alcohol are simply addictive.

If you or someone you know in Kincardine is struggling with substance abuse, whether it’s a drinking problem or drug habit, you can get help for your addiction problem.

Abbeycare clinics serve the UK population, including Kincardine.

Internal and External Triggers of Addiction

One of the main drivers that makes addiction a trap are the intense cravings for drugs or alcohol that are difficult to control.

People suffering from addiction easily give in to these cravings and thus stay in the cycle of addiction.

Cravings are triggered by internal and external stimuli in a person’s daily life.

External triggers refer to physical things, places, and events that promote addiction.

These include drug dealers, former friends, and other people who influence you in taking drugs or drinking alcohol, bars, neighbourhoods, hotels, as well as concerts, parties, or other holidays when you previously celebrated by consuming drugs and alcohol.

External triggers are easy to determine and can be defeated by avoidance.

Internal triggers refer to emotions and psychological issues kept by a person inside.

These triggers often stem from negative experiences from a person’s past.

These triggers are often veiled or indefinite.

It requires psychotherapy techniques to unearth, interpret, and address internal triggers.

Abbeycare employs different strategies and therapies to identify and manage these triggers of addiction to achieve complete and long term recovery.

Emotional Traumas Linked to Addiction

Your addiction cannot just be attributed to bad influence or your environment.

It may have come from something deeper than that, such as a traumatic childhood experience.

These stressful childhood traumas include domestic violence, child abuse, neglect, and the loss of a parent, among others.

These traumatic experiences during childhood increase the chances of a person engaging in substance abuse and addiction during adulthood.

If not a chemical addiction, a child may also be prone to develop behavioural addictions like compulsive sexual behaviour.

The inability of children to perform contextual inferences to process traumatic experiences causes the negative impact of trauma to remain in a person.

Without proper family support and education, the child may be inclined to use drugs or drink alcohol to alleviate repressed emotions.

This can progress to addiction.

If you think that there is something inside you that’s driving you to drink or take drugs, we will help you identify and address that problem.

Medication-Assisted Treatment (MAT) in Kincardine

Abbeycare Clinic provides medication-assisted treatment programmes to clients suffering from addiction to facilitate healing and recovery.

Our treatment procedures and therapies are combined with medications or medicine to ensure long-lasting and successful recovery results.

Medications are used to hold off withdrawal symptoms during detox.

In some cases, tapering is implemented which involves a client taking medication in gradually decreasing amounts until the medication is totally eliminated.

This especially applies to clients addicted to opioids or alcohol.

Medication is steadily phased out to help the client learn to function without the substance at a steady pace.

Therapy can also be combined with medication to boost a client’s learning skills for living a life of recovery.

Medications are also administered for treating other pre-existing health conditions that a client has while undergoing rehab.

However, all medications during the treatment process are highly regulated for health and safety reasons.

To learn more about our Medication-Assisted Treatment, call us on 01603 513 091 .

The Dangers of Self-Detoxification

Attempting detoxification on your own without professional supervision and monitoring can be very risky.

Quitting suddenly is not safe especially for prescription drugs like opioids and alcohol.

Medication may be needed to allow the body to gradually adjust and be ready to stop using it.

Moreover, withdrawal symptoms can lead to very serious health complications.

Seizures and convulsions, as well as slow heart rates, can cause brain damage or even death if left untreated.

Hallucinations can lead to violent behaviours if left unattended.

Professional rehabilitation centres like the Abbeycare clinic prevent this from happening 24-7, monitoring and clinical support.

This is supplemented by a proper nutritional diet to improve physical health to combat addiction.

A professionally- managed detoxification provides a more comprehensive approach to physical health that leads to greater recovery success.

To learn more about our professional inpatient detoxification, call 01603 513 091.

Divorce and Addiction

Addiction is one of the leading causes of divorce.

However, with proper addiction treatment and marriage therapy, you can change your life and save your marriage.

As a progressive disease, addiction weakens relationships between couples by undermining the marital commitment they made to each other.
Addiction can ruin the trust between two people and replace them with suspicion and shame.

  • It disrupts the physical and emotional intimacy of couples.
  • It will be a source of unending conflict, differences, and fights.
  • It facilitates the occurrence of domestic violence and aggression, childhood abuse, and neglect.
  • It can lead to financial difficulty, chaos, and instability in the future.

All these risk factors for dysfunctional marriage and unstable family environment will ultimately end in divorce.

Unless you seek professional help with your addiction, you can never save your marriage and keep your family from falling apart.

Call Abbeycare now 01603 513 091 to free yourself from addiction and save your marriage.

Addiction Recovery Options in Kincardine

In the Abbeycare clinic, our mission is to help our clients and their families achieve freedom from drug and alcohol addiction.

As part of our mission to the greater community, we also aim to educate the people and raise awareness about substance abuse and behavioural addictions.

We also encourage people to get professional rehabilitation treatment, which is the most effective way to beat addiction and recover their lives.

If you are looking for addiction treatment in Kincardine, Abbeycare Clinic provides:

  • Free assessment
  • Professionally managed detox
  • Personal care plan
  • Emotional and practical support
  • Counselling and advice
  • Effective coping ways and mechanisms
  • Development of life skills
  • Aftercare planning


  • Is binge drinking a sign of addiction?

No. Binge drinking is not a sign of addiction if done occasionally and if you can survive weeks or months without drinking.

However, binge drinking can be a sign of addiction if done regularly as the tolerance for alcohol increases and if you can no longer stop the craving to have a drink.

  • What helps people stay with the treatment?

Staying in rehab is critical for successful treatment. What helps people to stay in treatment includes personal motivation and the will power to change, the degree of support from family and friends, outside pressure from the law, government agencies, family or employer, and personal relationship of the client with rehabilitation staff and community.

  • Is Addiction a Choice?

Addiction is neither destiny nor a choice but a combination of both.

The negative impact of addiction on your life can rule out the notion that addiction is a choice.

However, you still have a choice to use your traumatic past as an inspiration to a better future instead of getting addicted.

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How To Book

To book addiction treatment near Kincardine, call our admissions team direct on 01603 513 091, or request a callback, at a convenient time.


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