Ramsgate Drug and Alcohol Rehab Treatment Centres

More individuals than you may realise are currently struggling with drug addiction and/or alcohol addiction across the entirety of Great Britain.

However, only a worryingly small fraction of individuals will actually reach out for professional drug and alcohol treatment.

We have drug and alcohol treatment centres in Ramsgate

Drug and Alcohol Rehab Centres in Ramsgate

Not taking serious steps to overcome your addiction will not only cause you to push those who you love further and further out of your daily life, but it will also mean that you’re limiting your life expectancy due to the horrific physiological side-effects of long-term drug and alcohol addiction.

A lot of people can think that they can overcome this affliction on their own, but the sad reality of the fact is that professional psychologists are often needed to make the severe break from the addictive cycle in order to cultivate a long-lasting recovery.

For many addicts, they can fool themselves into thinking that they’ll have “just one more hit” or “one more drink,” but that final drink repeatedly occurs.

Don’t let addiction rule your every waking moment any longer, call Ocean Recovery on 01253 847 553 in order to start receiving a course of addiction treatment of the highest quality.

Affordable, professional addiction treatment that is proven to work is only one phone call away, so why wait any longer? Take back control of your life today.


How Can You Be Sure That You Have An Addiction To Drugs And/Or Alcohol?

For a lot of people with drug and alcohol issues, it can sometimes be very difficult to recognise that what was once a harmless bit of fun has turned into an all-consuming addictive disorder.

An addictive cycle can be very vicious, and once you’re caught up in the midst of that addictive cycle is can be difficult to recognise how you can break free from it.

If addiction was easy to break free from, then no one would have an addiction — but, the truth of the matter is that addiction is a complex, deep-rooted, and multi-faceted illness which requires severe treatment.

As mentioned previously, addiction can cause a massive array of negative effects on your physical, mental, and behavioural health. Therefore, it is incredibly important that you seek out treatment for your addiction as early as possible in course of your illness manifesting.

Although, part of getting treatment early involves being able to identify when you’re losing control of your addiction early in the process — which can be a very difficult thing to come to terms with.

Below is a list of things that you should be on the lookout for in your own behaviour (also, in the behaviour of those who you are concerned may be developing an addictive disorder):

  • Have you noticed that your drug or alcohol consumption is increasing steadily over time?
  • Are you willing to live with the negative effects of substance use to enjoy the momentary high it provides?
  • Are you lying to others about the extent to which you use narcotics or consume alcohol?
  • Do you find that it is difficult to go for periods of time without drinking alcohol or using drugs, with withdrawal symptoms starting to manifest in such instances?
  • Do you need to consume more drinks or drugs in order to feel the same “high” that you used to experience?

If you find that some of the above questions resonate with you then now may be the time to consider reaching out for Ocean Recovery’s professional addiction treatment.

Alternatively, if you have identified any of the above characteristics in a friend or loved one, then call our helpline and express an interest in our family and friend referral scheme.

Our helpline staff will be able to provide you with resources and information which will be integral in organising an intervention, as well as setting up appropriate treatment plans for your loved one.


Why Do You Need To Reach Out Now?

At present, you may be under the impression that your substance use and/or alcohol consumption is at a manageable level.

However, frequently consuming addictive substances such as narcotics and alcohol is a slippery slope. Before you know it, your seemingly harmless activity will have become a craving which fuels your daily life.

The longer that you leave an addictive disorder, the harder it can be to treat. This is not only because your mental state will deteriorate exponentially, but also due to the fact that your body will develop a much more severe physical dependency upon the substance, you’re consuming. Removing this dependency is what is broadly termed “withdrawal.”

Many addicts will understand how unpleasant and dangerous the process of withdrawal is; however, a worrying amount addicts believe that the best way to experience this is by going “cold turkey” alone in their home.

If you entrust your addiction treatment to Ocean Recovery then you will also benefit from our detox clinic, at which you will experience a closely monitored drug and alcohol medically-assisted detoxification treatment.

This physical treatment will manage your withdrawal side-effects, lowering the risks to your health that would be apparent if you tried the “cold turkey” method.


Addiction Exists In The Mind As Well As The Body

While the act of getting clean can initially be seen as a purely physical act, only your body is free from all negative substances you must then clear your mind of the influences of addiction.

Treatments such as dual-diagnosis therapy, one-to-one trauma/grief counselling, CBT (cognitive behavioural therapy), DBT (dialectical behavioural therapy), and family drug support counselling can also work towards making sure that you do not let your brain fall prey to addictive cycles every again.

All that is required, is that you truly commit yourself to the treatments that we provide — if you do that, then you can overcome any addictive disorder and start living a healthy, sober life.

Our multitude of treatments, expert therapists, and luxurious facilities are only one phone call away — so call Ocean Recovery today on 01253 847 553.