Batley Drug and Alcohol Rehab Treatment Centres
Whatever your addiction problem may be, our drug and alcohol services can help you get your life back on track. Call us on 01253 847 553 or text HELP to 83222.
If you’re in the Batley area and feel that you need drug and alcohol rehab, our Ocean Recovery Centre branch is right for you. Admitting yourself to alcohol or drug rehab can be the most difficult step on the road to recovery. This is closely followed by the detox process, which can be a challenge for those in the grips of addiction.
Our addiction treatment facilities in West Yorkshire use the most advanced technology. Our highly trained staff will know exactly how to approach your illness and will create the best possible treatment plan for your drug problem. Each of our patients is analysed individually for the best results.
If you’re a family member of somebody struggling through drug and alcohol addiction, you’re probably doing your best to help them. Unfortunately, those who suffer from addiction aren’t their usual selves. Often, they’re too ashamed to admit that they have a problem. With our help, you can help them see how destructive their substance abuse is, and after admission to our private rehab facilities, they can begin with the detox process.
The Detoxification Process
Every single addiction is treated differently. Different substances are taken in varying quantities and the core reasons which started the addiction are unique to the user. Different addicts are dependent on drugs and alcohol in different ways. For some, the detox process is a formality. For others, it can be the most intense and difficult part of the addiction treatment.
The detox process isn’t a substance treatment in itself. It’s just the first stage of battling through an addiction. When an addict’s body becomes reliant on either drugs or alcohol, removing it completely is likely to create withdrawal symptoms.
When you undergo a drug detox, all of the drugs which are currently in your body are given a chance to pass through your system. As well as having to brave the physical symptoms of withdrawal, you’ll have to face the mental battle too.
When addicted to drugs, the regular chemical intake impacts your brain. Your brain becomes used to the constant supply of drugs and the chemical make-up is altered. Your decision making and logic are interrupted by overwhelming urges to find more drugs.
At Ocean Recovery Centre, we’re with you every step of the way. During the detox, you’ll need medical supervision and observation. You’re likely to suffer from insomnia, shaking, seizures and nausea. You’ll crave the very thing you’re trying to escape from. We monitor your progress and supply medication where we think it’s required. After a couple of days, the drugs will have been mostly flushed from your system and you can begin to focus on the rest of the recovery with us.
Any drug and alcohol rehab in the Batley area should be conducted with professional help. Unlike a drug detox, the detox from alcohol can sometimes be life-threatening. By undergoing the detox with our medical professionals, you’ll be kept in a stable condition and won’t be putting your life at risk.
When you’re addicted to alcohol, you need to drink more and more to achieve the pleasure your brain is searching for. Eventually, your body develops a tolerance to alcohol and you need to drink every day to feed your dependency.
Suddenly cutting the alcohol supply from your body is extremely dangerous. It shocks the nervous system and if it isn’t supervised in the correct way the consequences can be grave. For this reason, alcohol detox should be performed in a rehab clinic.
Once you stop drinking, there’s a good chance that among the other symptoms of alcohol withdrawal, you could suffer from the delirium tremens. Emotional distress, hallucinations and even seizures are common. Our medical professionals are trained to monitor your progress and make the important checkpoint as comfortable as possible for you.
Why You Need To Leave Your Usual Surroundings
We’ve already discussed why you would need private rehab to undergo the detox process. But what about after the detox process? What then?
With our addiction treatment in Batley, you’ll stay with us for around 28 days after your detox. During this time, you’ll take part in group meetings, speak to former addicts and learn about the root causes of your addiction. In a peaceful and comfortable surrounding, you’ll benefit from our holistic treatments and enjoy regular therapy sessions. All of this is designed to remove addiction from your system and help you learn how to combat any urges in the future.
It’s highly recommended that your rehab process is undertaken at our modern rehabilitation facility. Your normal surroundings, influences and even friends tend to make quitting your addiction more difficult. No two people suffer from substance addiction from the same reason. Addiction is a complex mental illness and one which needs to be carefully explored.
You may be surprised to learn that one of the reasons for your addiction could be unhealthy family relationships or past family trauma. It could be work-related stress or even an emotional trauma. For this reason, it’s important that you’re removed from your normal environment during your recovery. If drugs and alcohol are a normal part of socialising with family and friends, then continuing to see them during your rehab will do more harm than good. Constant reminders of trauma or mental health difficulties will only make the rehabilitation more challenging.
Your Stay At Ocean Recovery Centre
Whatever your addiction problem may be, our drug and alcohol services can help you get your life back on track.
Call us on 01253 847 553 or text HELP to 83222. Anybody suffering from drug and alcohol addiction in the Batley area deserves the opportunity to visit a rehab facility.
When you speak with our friendly and patient team, you can do so knowing that they’ve seen and heard it all before. They know how to help, no matter the circumstance. After you’ve been admitted, they’re the ones prepared to take the best possible care of you while you face the challenging, rewarding process towards rehabilitation.