Addiction Treatment Programmes
We understand that overcoming addiction is probably the biggest challenge you’ll face in your life. That is exactly why we at Detoxplus are here. No one can face it alone. That means our drug treatment programmes are comprehensive and progressive, with each stage of treatment building on one another for a thorough approach to recovery. If you are looking for the best addiction treatment UK programmes available, we have the resources to help you from start to finish of your treatment.
From the moment you contact us, our certified counsellors perform a complete in-depth assessment of your case and personal condition. We know that this is one of the most important decisions of your life, so every aspect of your recovery is taken with the utmost care and consideration.
A personalised addiction treatment program will be chosen for you, applying the therapies best suited to your background and personal preference. And through additional education courses and talk therapy, you’ll discover what led you to drugs or drinking and the individual steps you must take to live a fulfilling and healthy lifestyle.
There are several stages, or phases, to treat alcohol and drug addiction of which detox, or detoxification, at a drug detox centre is very important, although not always necessary. Whether you need detox or not depends on several factors; such as what drug you have been abusing and become addicted to (such as alcohol, heroin, methamphetamine, cocaine, etc.), how long you have been abusing the drug, or been addicted to it, and your medical condition.
If you are in need of acute detox services, you will most likely find a hospital treatment centre would be best for you. Here there are staff nurses and doctors around the clock to closely oversee your detox. However, in other instances, where the possibility of fatality is not so profound, but the patient should still be closely watched, you would find yourself in a detox centre where patients are closely monitored, a support worker is present around the clock and the patient’s detox will be at the supervision of a medical doctor.
Residential Drug Treatment
Once you have detoxed, you will be able to indeed focus on your recovery and therapies. The clinic will uncover the reasons behind your addiction and create a program around solving those issues, as well as educating you on addiction and what it does to your body. You’ll also begin to restore your body to its former health with exercise, yoga, and other physical activities.
Ongoing care. In this stage, will help you prepare a relapse prevention plan and keep you connected to ongoing counselling sessions or other therapies to maintain a steady momentum in a life of sobriety. Aftercare is an integral part of addiction treatment.
This will help connect you with a support system back home so that you have friends and support and can continue your recovery effectively.
Your recovery is important to us. We want to plan the best course of action for your addiction treatment.
Give us a call or learn more about the intake process to find the options that are right for you.
Different medications are used to treat different withdrawal symptoms. Some of the drugs that are prescribed in detox include: Benzodiazepines- These drugs reduce anxiety and irritability. Anxiety is a common symptom of withdrawal from many drugs, including cocaine and opiates like heroin. Benzos have a sedative effect, which helps ease alcohol withdrawals. Doctors are cautious about prescribing benzos because they are addictive. Antidepressants- Without drugs, an addicted person cannot produce natural amounts of happiness-inducing chemicals in their brain. Because they’ve relied on drugs to keep them happy for so long, people in detox often experience depression. Antidepressants like Zoloft and Prozac can help relieve these feelings until the brain is able to produce happiness-inducing chemicals on its own again.
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