Addiction Help in Llanddarog
Addiction is like a prison.
You feel chained to your situation.
You just cannot break away from drugs and alcohol.
You have felt helpless and powerless.
You have no choice but to surrender to your cravings.
But everything is all in the mind.
Getting clean and sober is not going to be easy.
But change is possible with the right treatment.
It’s never too late to change.
It’s never too late to try even if you have tried and failed many times.
If you, or a friend or loved one may have a problem with substance abuse, you can get help from Abbeycare.
We will help you get your life back together because your best days are still ahead of you.
Finding Freedom from Addiction
At the core, our treatment programme is a deep understanding of the relation between the mental, emotional, and physical components of addiction.
To successfully break the cycle of addiction, you need to simultaneously transform your attitude and develop stress coping skills.
The toxic chemicals of alcohol and drugs not only impair the nerves and reward system of the brain. they also numb unwanted emotions by a user, which makes one feel helpless, indifferent, and hopeless.
Through detox and counselling, normal thoughts and feelings start to return from the bonds of substance abuse.
The early stages of recovery may be a roller-coaster of respite, worry, and a variety of emotional reactions as you begin to face reality all over again.
Abbeycare will prepare you for the challenges ahead.
We will make sure that you have the tools, strength, and support needed to achieve freedom from addiction.
Rehab is not Punishment
Rehabilitation is the route towards effective addiction treatment and recovery.
While addiction is treatable, it is not an easy process.
Rehab literally means to inhabit yourself again.
This means that you restore your old self when you have complete control of your life.
Rehab is difficult because it involves a change.
A change that you need to undergo physically, emotionally, mentally, and spiritually to succeed in recovery.
The withdrawal symptoms are physically agonising.
Facing your repressed fears and anxieties is emotionally excruciating.
These pains are not your punishment for your addiction.
The experience of pain allows you to feel your strength.
And your greatest pains become your greatest strengths.
Call Abbeycare and we will help you gradually reintegrate into a meaningful and fulfilling life.
The Role of Therapy in Addiction Treatment
Treatment is not confined to stopping the use of drugs or alcohol.
Treatment aims in providing patients a direction to live a drug-free life.
Detox can cure your physical dependence on drugs or alcohol.
However, the underlying psychological and social factors that cause a person to take drugs and alcohol are not addressed.
This is where therapy like Cognitive behavioural therapy, family counselling, psychotherapy, and other approaches come in.
Therapy works to address the underlying or hidden psychological cause of substance abuse and provide clients with coping mechanisms to manage craving or impulse to use.
Therapy addresses the mental and emotional health that caused your chemical dependence.
It also helps you to readjust your attitude to bring you back as a productive and functional person who is an asset to his family, work, and society in general.
All life is a chance and you can take a chance now by calling Abbeycare on 01603 513 091.
Common Challenges during Recovery
Your month-long stay in rehab is not the end of your struggle.
You will face more challenges after rehab when you get back in the real world.
The primary challenge that you will encounter is the need to modify the coping strategies that you have learned in rehab to fit your reality.
Unlike the sheltered and monitored environment in rehab, you are more vulnerable to revert to your old habits because of the newfound freedom.
Rebuilding relationships with friends and family you unintentionally betrayed or hurt is a challenge because forgiving and forgetting is not easy.
That will take time because you need to earn their trust.
Finding your new purpose in life will also be a challenge.
Getting back to reality will confront you with daily activities such as finding a job, earning money, paying bills, taking care of many responsibilities, and other things.
Just like everybody else, you need to keep on working to improve yourself.
You need to eliminate your character flaws, become skillful, likable, and productive.
Call Abbeycare on 01603 513 091 because we provide the best aftercare programme that will help you survive life in recovery.
Abbeycare serving Llanddarog
Helping yourself or a loved one who is struggling with alcohol or drug addiction is a daunting task.
Where to get help and the best place to find treatment are an important question.
If you live in Llandarog, we believe that Abbeycare is your best choice for getting treatment.
12-Step Approach. The 12-step approach has been the standard for recovery from alcohol and drug addiction.
This approach applies to all types of people regardless of their religious or spiritual beliefs.
Inpatient (Residential) Rehab. This is the most successful rehab programme because it is intensive and comprehensive.
It requires a patient to stay in the rehab facility for 28 days to focus on one’s treatment and recovery.
Cost. The cost of rehab varies mainly because of the distance of the rehab centre, quality of facilities, and length of stay.
Abbeycare provides the most optimal cost for rehab treatment programmes in the UK.
Providing decent and comfortable accommodations and facilities. It is affordable and allows for convenient payment schemes.
Family Involvement. Addiction is a family disease because it affects not only the individual but the entire family.
Our rehab programme not only focuses on the individual treatment but the healing and recuperation of the whole family.
Accreditation and Certification. Abbeycare is accredited and authorised to operate its rehab clinics by the UK government.
All staff is professionally licensed and experienced.
Choose the right rehab today, choose Abbeycare.
- Why is addiction considered a disease?
Addiction is considered a disease because like other physical diseases, it manifests itself predictably.
Without professional intervention, the disease progresses, which could be fatal.
Its effect and impact on humans can be scientifically explained.
- Who can suffer from addiction?
Anyone can suffer from drug or alcohol addiction regardless of age, colour, ethnicity, nationality, economic, social or educational background, or religion. Addiction does not discriminate.
- Why do you screen when admitting for rehab?
Screening is necessary for rehab to rule out applicants who are not ready to take responsibility for their lives and those who may need immediate medical attention to address specific health conditions (e.g. liver failure) in a hospital setting.
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