Realising Its Time to Go to Rehab
Have you been silently battling a drug or alcohol addiction?
Have you recently realised that it might be time to seek help from a rehab centre? Are you unsure of what to do? We are here to help you.
At Step 1 Recovery, we understand that when it comes to realising its time to go to rehab, you will feel somewhat overwhelmed and flooded with emotions.
You may also find yourself questioning whether attending rehab is actually necessary.
Determining that rehab is in your best interest can be perplexing.
Although it is likely that you have noticed changes in the way you behave and feel, you may not necessarily put this down to an addiction.
You may simply put this down to stress, anxiety or feeling generally unwell. However, if you have even the slightest inkling that what you perceived to be drug or alcohol abuse has escalated into an addiction, it is imperative to take action.
Drug and alcohol addictions take control of thousands of lives each year in the UK. Without the right treatment, they have devastating outcomes.
10 Signs That It’s Time to Go to Rehab
If you are reading this, chances are that you have come to realise that your addiction is beyond your control.
Nevertheless, you may not entirely believe that your addiction is severe enough to attend a private drug and alcohol rehab.
However, we must stop you in your tracks. Regardless of whether you have been suffering from an addiction for one week or one year, all addictions require rehabilitation.
As touched on above, without treatment, addictions have catastrophic consequences. Not only can addictions impact your physical and psychological health, but they can destroy your relationships.
In worst-case scenarios, left untreated, addictions can take lives.
After reading the above, if you still need convincing that rehab is in your best interest, we have shared our top 10 signs that it’s time to go to rehab.
1. You rely on drugs or alcohol to help you cope with everyday life
2. You consume drugs or alcohol on a daily basis
3. You administer drugs and alcohol to soothe a mental health disorder
4. You experience withdrawal symptoms if you are unable to consume drugs or alcohol
5. You have spent money feeding your addiction that should have been used elsewhere
6. Your appearance has drastically changed
7. You no longer take an interest in things you once enjoyed
8. You avoid certain people and locations
9. Your relationships with loved ones and friends have broken down
10. Your loved ones have expressed their concerns about your addiction
How to Join Rehab
From searching for rehabs to attempting to determine which is best for your addiction, as you realise that it’s time to go to rehab, you will potentially find yourself feeling swamped with information.
This can leave you feeling stressed and, in some cases, may even put you off of seeking help for your addiction.
At Step 1 Recovery, we can take the stress from your shoulders, giving you time to come to terms with your addiction and prepare yourself for recovery.
With addiction treatment centres across the UK and Europe, we take pride in our ability to provide state-of-the-art rehab treatment to those in need.
Although you may believe that joining rehab will be a rather lengthy process, this is far from the truth. Thanks to our treatment centres, we can offer you almost immediate support.
With our help, joining rehab could not be easier. The first step in treating your addiction and turning your life around is reaching out to us.
When you contact us, we will ask you a few questions that will form our treatment assessment.
This assessment will provide us with the ability to recommend what we perceive as a suitable treatment for your addiction.
Based on your assessment, we can then determine which of our treatment centres would be better suited to your recovery needs.
We will, of course, share our thoughts with you to ensure that you are comfortable with our recommendations.
Upon discussing our available treatment options with you, you will be welcomed to your selected treatment centre to commence your recovery programme.
Private Drug and Alcohol Rehab Treatment
As you are offered a place at one of our private drug and alcohol rehab centres, it is not uncommon for you to feel nervous, uneasy or anxious about the treatment you will face.
In fact, this is entirely normal. Please be assured that rehabilitation treatment is nothing to fear. There are times when you may be pushed out of your comfort zone.
However, you will have a team of professionals with you every step of the way.
The treatment you receive will be entirely bespoke to your personal needs. Equipped with an understanding of your addiction and the impact it has had on your life, you will be provided with a unique recovery treatment programme.
Typically, the treatment programmes provided by our centres include detoxification, rehabilitation and aftercare support.
Each stage will aid your recovery and provide you with the resources needed to live a drug and alcohol-free life.
I Have A Question
We understand that before you commit to attending a rehab, you’ll want to ask several questions. As a result, our team are on hand to answer any questions that you may have.
If you wish to find out more about our facilities, our treatment programmes or what will happen during your time in rehab, we have the answers.
We want to ensure that you are comfortable and confident, which is why we will always answer your questions as best as we can.
Contact Us Today
Upon realising its time to go to rehab, it truly is imperative that you seek help as soon as possible. Delaying treatment can cause your addiction to become fatal.
Please do not hesitate to contact us today on 0330 107 2950. We are here for you every step of the way.