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Can I Do Rehab By Myself?

How To Get Assistance In Beating Addiction?

Accomplishing sobriety by yourself can be hard and risky. Learn about your opportunities of long-term abstinence through special therapy.

Choosing if you should or not go to rehabilitation is an immense choice. You need to consider the changes you will be making, such as spending time away from loved ones, spending money on treatment and also the negativity that is connected with rehab.


Whilst it is comprehensive to have doubts, rehabilitation may assist you in so many ways and it effectively raises your chances of a prosperous durable recovery.


Sometimes the pressure is so much that you think you may be better off doing it by yourself. At a rehab centre, you are made to feel valued and comfortable so that you can concentrate on beating the addiction.

  • Safe drug or alcohol detox
  • Support meetings and therapy
  • Counselling and support for long term sobriety goals
  • Suggestions for relapse prevention.

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What Is The Risk Of My Quitting On My Own?

Two major aspects make qualified help essential for successful quitting and recovery: providing supervision over detoxication and ensuring long-term sobriety. Alcohol, benzodiazepines and many other drugs have such kind of dangerous side effects that lead anyone to death if using regularly. Medical supervision may deal with any risky effects the patient may be feeling and offer relief. 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.


The have a solution of every problem. They are intent to help you out at every single step. With the understanding of your needs as an individual, the doctors will put together a special treatment schedule that will work for you.

What to consider when putting together a customized plan may include:

  • How severe your addiction is
  • What you are addicted to
  • The occurrence of co-occurring disorders
  • Family and social conditions

Detox Risks

Whilst addicted to drugs or alcohol your body will have become dependent on that substance. In other words, his mind and body have adapted to the substance inside.

Withdrawal side effect lead to death when there is a difference while eliminating the substance.

If you make to this tough decision about becoming sober, you need to take a crucial step and stick to it for the rest of your life. 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


Feelings of hopelessness or suicidal thoughts, Convulsions and Tremors, Heart attack, Delirium Tremens are some of the deadly withdrawal symptoms presented by sudden stopping to take alcohol and related drugs. Attending a medically supervised clinic that knows how to assist with withdrawal symptoms during detox is essential.

  • 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.

  • Monitoring is paramount for some drugs and alcohol that produce terrible withdrawal symptoms.
  • 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

Abusing any of these drugs in the list above can lead to a supervised medical detox.

In order to get benefit, while detoxing, the substance there are particular medicine available to help you. This type of medication takes on the same effects of the substance the patient is addicted to but without the high.


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

Inpatient Treatment - This includes living in a monitored accommodation 24 hours per day. Among the advantages of this approach are the following: living in positive environment, away from virulent conditions thus decreasing temptation, getting benefits of personal consulting and having opportunities to study and train.

Outpatient Treatment - As an outpatient, You visit a treatment centre during the day for therapy but go home in the evening. Advantages of this treatment are: You can carry on working or going to school, and you enjoy the support and encouragement of friends and loved ones as you work through the program.

If you have a severe addiction you would benefit far more from an inpatient program and move onto an outpatient facility once you are stronger, however, an outpatient facility is good for those with a less severe addiction.


The Importance Of Support During Recovery

It cannot be stressed enough that medical support during recovery is the safest and most effect rehab. 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.

We found the interrelation between poor living situation and substance abuse through experiment in 1970s. Bruce K. Alexander, a psychologist from Canada, discovered : rats that were living in secluded and dark conditions preferred water with drugs in it to pure one and quickly became addicted. But they didn't drink drug water when they are put in the normal environment with other rats. 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. Family relationships, counsellors and others in therapy can also provide the support and encouragement you will need to gain sobriety.

  • Social support is a crucial part of an individual's recovery, this comes in many forms:
  • An individual talk about their emotions, positive conversation and a comfort shoulder to lean on: Emotional
  • Physical - This is where the person will need someone to help in running errands, stepping in when finances are low and everything in between.
  • Positive Feedback - Honouring a user's achievements, identifying his/her growth, providing constructive criticism, etc.
  • Education - This can include methods of self help, tools for keeping sober and tips to prevent relapse.

Will Going To Rehab Help Me With Long-Term Recovery?

Healthy diets, support groups, relapse prevention instructions and ongoing counselling are the tools giving by the rehab centres in long-term treatment program. By selecting to allow a specialist help you with element abuse therapy, you are paving the method for durable sobriety.