Skegness Drug and Alcohol Rehab Treatment Centres
It’s almost impossible to overcome such a complex addiction without the help of a recognised rehab.
Not only must you remove your physical connection to the substance, but you must be able to completely detach from it psychologically; this is where our expert team can help you.
Specialising in drug and alcohol rehabilitation, we have a fantastic team of medical experts who have helped countless people overcome their addiction to alcohol or drugs.
Contact our team today on 01253 847553 or text HELP to 83222 and join our drug and alcohol rehab in Skegness.
How do you know if you need drug and alcohol rehabilitation?
It’s very common for those who are suffering from drug or alcohol addiction to play down their symptoms or to even be completely in denial about their condition.
This can make it even more difficult to receive essential support from a rehab for drug and alcohol abuse, as the person who needs the support, might not even realise they have a problem.
There are, however, some tell-tale signs which could indicate that you require drug and alcohol rehabilitation:
- – Are you underperforming in work? The negative effects that addiction has on your physical and psychological well-being can significantly impact your ability to make logical decisions or to perform tasks which were once simple. This poor performance can quickly lead to problems at work, possibly even resulting in a dismissal.
- – Are you experiencing financial problems? Fuelling an addiction to alcohol or drugs is an extremely expensive habit. The more addicted you become, the more money you spend which could ultimately leave you in debt or resorting to criminal activity to fund your addiction.
- – Have your loved ones noticed any behavioural changes? What were once meaningful, loving relationships with friends and family may have become strained or hostile. The impact of drugs or alcohol can make you feel less interested in participating in social activities or make you care less about your loved one’s feelings as you push them to one side.
- – Have you noticed any changes in your appearance? Not only does drug and alcohol abuse have a devastating effect on your mental health, it also dramatically deteriorates your physical health. You may have noticed your eyes become blood shot, or your skin getting pale and gaunt. You might have lost an unhealthy amount of weight or developed irritating skin sores.
All of these signs indicate that you’re likely suffering from an addiction and would greatly benefit from the support of a private drug and alcohol rehab.
There’s no time to waste when it comes to seeking help. The longer you leave it, the worse it will get, potentially leaving you with irreversible, lifelong damage.
How can drug and alcohol rehabilitation help?
Here at Ocean Recovery, our primary aim is to help you win your battle against drug and alcohol addiction and achieve long-term recovery. We offer personalised treatment programmes to all of our clients over a 28-day treatment period.
During this time, you’ll stay with us in our luxurious accommodation where you’ll enjoy your own private room, home-cooked meals, and all of your housekeeping needs taken care of. We also ensure that you have some social activities to help you relax in your down time. We organise quiz nights, film nights, group walks or runs and family visits.
We utilise a holistic approach to our residential addiction treatment as we focus on both your physical and psychological well-being. We do this by taking the time to get to know you and understand the nature of your addiction before tailoring a bespoke treatment programme to suit your needs.
All of our treatments for drug and alcohol rehabilitation include a carefully selected mix of well-being therapies and more traditional, psychological therapies. This holistic, personalised approach to addiction treatment, has long been proven to be the most effective.
Some of the therapies our experienced team deliver include drug and alcohol detoxification, cognitive behavioural therapy, stress management, drug and alcohol relapse prevention, individual, group or family counselling, relaxation and sleep management, yoga, mindfulness, meditation, fitness therapy, art therapy, and nutritional supplement therapy.
This combination of evidence-based therapies is highly effective in achieving a long-term recovery from alcohol and drugs.
What is drug and alcohol detoxification?
We include drug and alcohol detoxification in most of our treatment programmes as it’s the most effective way to remove the harmful toxins from your body which are there as a result of drug and alcohol abuse.
You will likely undergo your detox within the early stages of your stay with us. We will gradually reduce your substance intake in a safe and controlled way, minimising the effects of withdrawal symptoms as much as we can.
Drug and alcohol detoxification can be a very unpleasant experience, particularly when withdrawal symptoms arise. These symptoms vary from mild nausea to severe seizures, insomnia, and delirium tremens (DT’s), of which the latter require emergency medical attention.
Our experienced team supervise your detox 24/7 to ensure you’re safe and as comfortable as possible. They’re able to administer prescribed medication if necessary to ease your discomfort. This is why it’s so important to undergo a drug and alcohol detoxification in a professional environment.
Attempting this on your own is highly dangerous and ultimately ineffective.
What happens when you leave our drug and alcohol rehab in Skegness?
Once you’ve completed your treatment programme with us, you’ll receive a free drug and alcohol aftercare programme for 12 months. This is available to all of our clients and is crucial in continuing your recovery at home.
Our dedicated aftercare team can offer ongoing drug and alcohol relapse prevention sessions to aid your transition back into homelife.
If you’re ready to take on this challenging yet highly rewarding experience, contact our admissions team today on 01253 847553 or text HELP to 83222 and join our drug and alcohol rehab in Skegness.