Are you struggling to overcome a drug or alcohol addiction? If you’re looking for a drug and alcohol rehabilitation who can help achieve long-term recovery, then our rehab in North Wales is the solution for you. Here at Step One Recovery, we provide a unique residential addiction experience through our specialised rehab centres in the UK and Europe. We focus on healing your body and mind from addiction and if needed, we can also help with any mental health issues. Our drug and alcohol treatment centre offer unparalleled support, discretion, and world-class addiction treatments in luxurious accommodation. Take your first step to recovery and call us today on 0800 012 6006.
There isn’t one right answer to this question, every person who suffers with drug or alcohol addiction will have a completely unique experience into how they became addicted. Some common factors could be a background of abuse or a negative upbringing, resulting in abusing alcohol or drugs as a coping mechanism. Trying to deal with situations like this, most of the time alone, can be extremely tough but once addiction takes hold, it’s even harder to cope with the effects.
You may have heard the phrase ‘gateway drug’ which is used to describe the first substance consumed, which then lead on to regular misuse of alcohol or drugs, and eventually to addiction. More often than not, marijuana is a popular gateway drug as it’s easily accessible and doesn’t have so much of a stigma attached to it as other drugs such as Class A’s for example. But whatever the cause or reasons behind your addiction, there is one common factor, it’s a destructive illness which can result in severe physical or psychological damage.
Take painkillers for example, at first they’re a safe, prescribed drug which is there to help you. However, you can quickly become dependent on painkillers as in order to retain the same painkilling effect, the dose has to be increased; this is a dangerous situation to be in. Like with any substance misuse, if you don’t reduce the intake carefully, you can experience painful withdrawal symptoms. This is how the team at our drug and alcohol rehab in North Wales can help you. You’ll follow a tailored treatment programme to benefit your specific needs, overseen by our team of medical professionals. They look at the social, emotional, physical, and psychological factors connected to your addiction. This helps you to understand the root of the problem and betters equips you to manage the effects.
It’s important to remember that drug or alcohol rehabilitation isn’t a nice break away from home, it’s a challenging ordeal but one with great rewards. At our rehab in North Wales, we want you to get the best results from your time with us. Therefore, we expect you to participate in highly structured treatment programmes inclusive of group and individual therapy sessions in addition to various other therapies, all of which are created to give you the tools and motivation you need to overcome your addiction to alcohol or drugs.
It’s so much safer and much more successful to go through a professional rehab centre like ours as opposed to attempting to treat your addiction at home. We have a dedicated team who supervise your progress each day offering support where you need it, particularly when experiencing potential withdrawal symptoms from detoxification. Our support doesn’t end when you leave our treatment centre, we also provide an exceptional 12-month aftercare programme ensuring you continue to achieve your recovery goals when you’re back at home.
This aftercare plan is completely free and is one of the most integral stages in your recovery, particularly as you’ll be faced with external influences once you’re back at home, potentially leading you to relapse. Once you’ve beaten your drug or alcohol addiction, your physical and psychological health will significantly improve, as well as relationships with family and friends.
Starting your journey to recovery is a quick and simple process. We’re just at the end of the phone, we can get you enrolled into our treatment centre within 48 hours of your initial enquiry.
At our treatment centre, our top priority is always your safety. Our aim is to provide a safe, welcoming environment for all our clients to feel rewarded by their efforts. We manage all aspects of your treatment programme with the utmost care and professionalism, meaning the risks associated are significantly reduced, particularly when faced with withdrawal symptoms during detoxification.
During your detox, if you’re classed as a binge drinker as opposed to being alcohol dependent, you’re less likely to face the same level of risk when undergoing treatment. This is because it’s unlikely that binge drinker’s bodies have developed a physiological dependency. Common withdrawal symptoms which indicate a physical addiction to alcohol or drugs are headaches, paranoia, anxiety, shaky hands, and insomnia. In more severe cases, you can experience seizures, delirium tremers (DT’s) or hallucinations; these require emergency medical attention therefore it’s essential that you have the support of our team 24/7 whilst going through a detox. Although detoxification can be dangerous, it’s one of the most effective methods to treat addiction. With the correct professional support and medical advice, our drug and alcohol rehab in North Wales can be the solution to achieving long-term recovery.
Our friendly team are here to answer as many questions as you like. Feel free to give us a call to discuss anything further, you’re welcome to visit our rehab centre before committing to a treatment programme. You shouldn’t feel alone in this fight with addiction, rest assured your time and efforts will be worthwhile at our rehab in North Wales. Get in touch with us today on 0800 012 6006 and turn your life around for the better.