Fylde Drug and Alcohol Rehab Treatment Centres

Drug and alcohol addiction can affect anyone. It is a destructive disease that can take a hold of a person’s life.

Sometimes, you need help to turn things around. Ocean Recovery is a private rehabilitation centre that is dedicated to helping people fight back against addiction. With effective addiction treatment, guided by our experienced staff, we can help you stop addiction from making your life any worse.

Drug and Alcohol Rehab Fylde

Drug and Alcohol Rehab Treatment Centres in Fylde

What Causes Drug and Alcohol Addiction?

There are no clear answers to the causes of addiction as each person’s reasons for turning to drugs and alcohol can be different. There are factors that may make it more likely for a person to have a drug addiction or alcohol problem.

  • Family History

If you grew up in a household where heavy drinking or drug taking was present you may be more likely to become addicted too. It could be that these practices have been normalised or encouraged through the years and you grow up to copy your parents or older family members. Soon, it becomes too late to see how destructive these habits are.

  • Environment

Other environmental factors can be reasons for addiction. Binge drinking can be a staple at university and is often glorified so you may develop an addiction there. People in high-paying and stressful jobs, such as company executives, drink and take drugs to relax and keep up with the demands of their day.

  • Mental Health

Mental illness can sometimes play a part in addiction. People that suffer from depression or anxiety may initially self-medicate with drugs or alcohol. For a time, it may work but eventually, this can worsen the conditions, causing you to fall into a spiral of abusing substances more to try and gain the same “positive” effects.

  • Physical Pain

People in chronic pain sometimes develop addictions to prescribed drugs and opiates. If the legal supply of painkillers is cut off, some turn to drugs like heroin to ease the pain they are feeling.


Long-Term Effects of Drug and Alcohol Abuse

There can be long-term psychological and physical effects of addiction.

Addiction often harms your mental health. Drinking and taking drugs can lead to long-lasting depression and anxiety. Many try to self-medicate these issues with alcohol and drugs but end up making them worse. As conditions such as depression worsen, it can lead to suicidal thoughts that might turn into suicide attempts.

If you have a genetic predisposition towards developing a mental health disorder such as psychosis, then drug and alcohol abuse can increase the risk of this happening in the future. Developing psychosis may cause you to harm yourself or others.

Physically, long-term drug use can affect your kidneys and the liver can be destroyed by alcoholism. Liver failure will eventually prove fatal. Addiction can also affect your heart, increasing your blood pressure and heart rate – which could result in heart failure.

Outside of your health, long-term drug and alcohol abuse can affect other aspects of your life. Spending more money on drugs and alcohol will mean you suffer financially and your addiction may cause your work performance to suffer – resulting in you losing your job. Your changing attitudes and priorities may cause friendships and relationships to break down.

Before the situation worsens and these effects become reality, you should consider going to alcohol or drug rehab.


Residential Treatment: The Most Successful Treatment

A private drug and alcohol rehab like Ocean Recovery offers residential treatment. This is when you move into the facility for the duration of your addiction treatment programme. We believe it is the most effective form of addiction treatment and holds many benefits.

Structure and Professional Help

Residential rehab provides a structure to your life that you have been missing. Life before coming to rehab could have been a bit chaotic and it can be good to know what to expect from life day to day. During this time in rehab, you will be around staff who can provide the care you need.

Range of Treatments

We provide psychological and well-being therapies and a detox programme to help you. The range of treatments cannot be matched by the NHS and will make up a personalised treatment plan suited to your needs.

A New Environment

A change of scenery could be just what you need. At Ocean Recovery you will have the chance to take a step back and reflect. Our locale and facilities will give you everything you need to get in a better head space and focus on your recovery.


What Treatments are Available at Ocean Recovery

The first stage of recovery will be detox. During this process, you will stop taking drugs or drinking to allow your body to heal and flush the harmful toxins from your body. The process takes from 7-10 days and you will be under constant care.

Drug detox and alcohol detox are nearly identical processes. The only difference is the medication you could be administered if your withdrawal symptoms are severe enough.

Our therapies exist to help you delve deeper into your addiction. Psychoeducation and addiction counselling can help you understand the condition better and learn how to break the cycle. CBT-based group sessions will help build your self-confidence and learn coping skills to help you after you leave rehab.

Making use of well-being treatments such as yoga, mindfulness and daily wellness walks can help improve your mental health and make you less vulnerable to mental health issues like depression and anxiety.


What Happens After Completing Treatment?

The time immediately after leaving rehab is crucial. This period is when most relapses occur so it is important to remain vigilant.

Aftercare can help you stay on top of your addiction and provide crucial support. Attending weekly support meetings can help you stay connected to people also recovering from addiction. Making these regular connections is important as you can build a network that lasts for many years.

At Ocean Recovery, we hold meetings twice a week. One is self-facilitated and the other is guided by a therapist. You can attend these meetings in person or dial in over Zoom if you are not local to the area.


Get Help Now in Fylde

If you are ready for drug and alcohol rehab in Fylde, then don’t delay in reaching out. Call Ocean Recovery today at 01253 847 553 to get started on the admissions process.


Frequently Asked Questions

Choosing the right rehab treatment provider can be a life-changing decision; here are some of the most common questions we are asked pre-admission.

How do I start my recovery journey?

The fact that you are here suggests that you are ready to make the all-important step of actually attending rehab. Quite simply, your first step should be to call us on our helpline. Once you reach out to us and express an interest in attending rehab, then our helpline staff will be able to get the ball rolling on getting you set up at our facility. Seriously considering rehab is an important moment in your life, but actually calling us to set up a place is the most important step.

What Should I Bring To Rehab?

While you stay at our rehabilitation centre, you will engage with a wide variety of activities. Some of these activities may include leading the facility on long walks. Therefore, you should bring a wide array of clothing items for different weathers and activities. It is also encouraged that you bring pictures of your loved ones to help keep you committed to recovery, a notebook can also be an important item to record your progress. Finally, if you enjoy playing a musical instrument, then you may want to bring that along with you to enjoy during your downtime.

What is an admissions process?

A rehab admissions process simply refers to the step you go through before entering rehab. Our teams can answer any questions and concerns you might have and help you prepare for rehab. You will also go through a pre-admission screening to help us gauge your requirements and draw up a personalised treatment plan that is most likely to help you make a long-term recovery.