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Can I Do Rehab By Myself?

Finding The Right Help For Your Addiction

If you decide to give up alcohol or drugs without any support, it can be risky and hard. Discover how you can rise your possibilities of maintained sobriety by joining a medical care program.

One the hardest decision anyone take is whether to go for rehab or not. You can face some problems regarding addiction and rehab centres as well as financial problems and difficulties connected with staying away from home.


Though you may hesitate, it's worth to enter a rehab program, which will greatly support you increasing your chances for sustained sobriety.


Sometimes the pressure is so much that you think you may be better off doing it by yourself. Rehab centres offer comfort in a welcome environment and offer sobriety tools including:

  • Safe drug or alcohol detox
  • Demonstrated treatments and assist meetings.
  • Counselling and support for long term sobriety goals
  • Strategies to prevent relapse

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What Is The Risk Of My Quitting On My Own?

There are two main reasons to get specialized assistance when it comes about abandoning drugs or alcohol: assuring security during detoxification and setting the basis for durable recovery. Dangerous withdrawal symptoms are experienced by some people who are addicted to alcohol, benzos, and other highly addictive substances. For hazardous side effects, medical regulatory bodies help you out. At such treatment centres, the cause of the problem, the triggers of your addiction are also dealt with to make sure you will be able to live without relapsing once you get off the substance.


Treatment centres are intended to support you during all stages of healing. Once your needs are understood a rehab program can begin.

An overview of the rehab program can include the following:

  • How severe your addiction is
  • Which substance you have got addiction to
  • The occurrence of co-occurring disorders
  • Family atmosphere and social groups

Detox Risks

If someone gets addicted to alcohol or drugs, they have developed a mental and physical dependence on that element. This clearly shows that their whole body feels comfortable with the occurrence of drug.

Eliminating the drug will result in a lack of balance leading to withdrawal side effects that range from moderately irritating to fatal.

Make a decision to become a sober is one of the hardest and difficult step anyone could take. Allow us helping you to look for the ideal treatment centre for your requirements in case you are prepared to begin now call on 0800 246 1509


Among widely spread withdrawal symptoms are the following: Depression with or without suicidal tendencies, Shivering or seizures, Delirium tremens or Heart disorders To achieve the best results in healing alcohol or drug addiction you must take advantage of support from experienced qualified staff.

  • Anxiety
  • Depression or Suicidal thoughts
  • Seizure or Shakiness
  • Heart Failure
  • Delirium tremens
  • Hallucinations

Substances That Need Medical Supervision During Detoxification

The treating personnel keeps track of your vital signs including pulse during a detox program ensuring you are safe.

  • This very important to observe during medical detox for regular users.
  • There are some drugs addiction to which would need medically guided detoxification:
  • Prescription pain pills
  • Alcohol
  • Heroin
  • Benzodiazepines
  • Inhalants
  • Methamphetamine
  • Club drugs such as ecstasy

A medical detox is usually the best solution if an individual becomes addicted to any of the drugs listed above.

In order to get benefit, while detoxing, the substance there are particular medicine available to help you. These pharmaceuticals preparations are not addictive they are just provided to minimize the withdrawal side effects.


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Call 0800 246 1509 for the different types of treatment facilities for both inpatient or outpatient treatment.

In Inpatient treatment the addicts are managed by supervisor 24 hours a day. Being taken away from a setting that could be tempting and decrease the success of your treatment is a great plus, along with a healthy environment with medical care and access to the tools you will need for long-term sobriety will help you succeed.

During Outpatient Program, the recovering patient undergoes treatment in the centre in the daytime, but gets back home for the night. Outpatient treatment gives some benefit for example: to carry out their office work or school, be with family and friends during treatment.

Inpatient benefits are given to those who have a high addiction problem while outpatient benefits are given to those who have less addiction problem.


Why Support Is Necessary During Recovery

If your believe you can accomplish detox successfully without any assistance, please think about the social issue of undergoing a treatment. Being able to interact with others who are in the same boat with you gives you the strength and encouragement to pull through and not go back.

An experiment held in the 1970s, proved the relationship between bad housing facilities and drugs abuse. Bruce K. Alexander, a Canadian Psychologist discovered that rats living alone and in darkness would choose to drink drug-infused water over clean water became addicted very quickly. During the same study he placed rats in places with open space and other rats for company, almost none of the rats chose the drug-infused water. The above experiment vividly proves the importance of interaction and sharing support, otherwise, drugs are used in order to fill the void.

"Along with this understanding comes a much greater emphasis on attempting to establish addicted people in a welcoming community, thereby reducing their need for addictive compensations." Psychologist Bruce K. Alexander on Rat Park experiment

This experiment of Rat Park by Psychologist Bruce K.Alexander made the difference to stop drug and liquor and make connections with people. Connection with family, counsellors, sponsors or other in recuperation may offer the encouragement and effect needed to accomplish sobriety.

  • As he recovers, the patient needs to have a constant social support in these areas:
  • An individual talk about their emotions, positive conversation and a comfort shoulder to lean on: Emotional
  • Physical - This type of support can be everything, from running tasks to assisting the individual financially.
  • This support include, giving compliments and positive criticism on an individual progress: Positive Feedback
  • Education - You can get them reading the material and other providing resources that help in understanding and beating the addiction for the recovering patient to use during recovery and giving them helpful information geared towards preventing a relapse.

Will A Return To Rehab Keep Me Sober?

Medical care centres offer the mechanisms for durable recovery over healthy style of living changes, support groups, continuous treatment and relapse avoidance tips. You are enable yourself for a long-term sobriety, after taking help of alcohol abuse from experts