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Drug & Alcohol Rehab in Poulton le Fylde

    Drug & Alcohol Rehab in Poulton le Fylde

    There are around 280,000 adults in contact with drug and alcohol services every year in the UK.

    This number has risen steadily over the years, with more and more people seeking out professional treatment to help them on the path to recovery from their addiction.

    Addiction treatment is a vital service for many people whose lives have been overcome with drug and alcohol misuse, as addiction can affect every part of a person’s life, from their physical and mental health to their relationships, employment, finances and overall quality of life.

    If you are struggling with your drug or alcohol use and want to find local drug and alcohol rehab in Poulton le Fylde, or are concerned for a loved one, then we here at Rehab Recovery can help you find the right treatment options.

    To start your journey with Rehab Recovery at a drug and alcohol rehab in Poulton le Fylde, call us today on 0800 088 66 86

    Should I Attend Drug and Alcohol Rehab in Poulton le Fylde?

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    The short answer is yes. Whilst some people, in very rare cases, succeed in getting sober without getting professional help, this is not something we recommend.

    The main reason we would advocate for drug and alcohol rehab in all timesPoulton le Fylde over other addiction treatment options is that it is both safer and far more successful.

    There are members of staff present at  at drug and alcohol rehab in Poulton le Fylde, so this is by far the safest of the treatment types.

    At outpatient treatment, you would be unsupervised a lot of the time as you would still be living at home. With a home detox you would be unsupervised virtually the entire time, except for prearranged online and telephone contact.

    Drug and alcohol rehab in Poulton le Fylde is objectively more successful than outpatient clinics and home detoxes. There are many reasons for this, such as the 24/7 care, the relapse prevention plans, the range of therapies and the fantastic facilities.

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    If you are tempted to choose an option that does not require you to stay in a rehab facility for 28 days, we would strongly advise you to speak to an addiction expert about this.

    Get in touch with us and we will inform you whether we believe your decision is appropriate or dangerous.

    You can choose how you would like to get sober, so we will not force you into drug and alcohol rehab in Poulton le Fylde.

    However, sometimes our clients simply need to have some misconceptions about private rehab cleared up, and then they realise this is the best option for them.

    For example, some people believe the only effective rehab treatment for substance dependency or addiction is in urban towns, when there are in fact many intensive programmes based in rural towns.

    To learn more about how a drug and alcohol rehab in Poulton le Fylde can help you, call us on 0800 088 66 86

    Why is Long-Term Drug Use Dangerous?


    Long-term drug and alcohol consumption is dangerous because it can change how your mind and body work.

    First, we will explain how chronic drug and alcohol use can damage your mind.

    We all hear that what you put into your body affects your mental health, so you will not be surprised to know that abusing addictive substances can leave you suffering from mental illness, a condition known as dual diagnosis.

    Most mental illnesses have several causes, so it is likely that the individual was already vulnerable to developing a mental health condition when they began to suffer from addiction.

    However, sometimes drugs directly cause a mental health disorder to develop. For example, drug-induced psychosis is a condition that can occur after drug use, and the symptoms include delusions, antisocial behaviour, and hallucinations.

    Sometimes, these conditions stay around even after the individual gets sober. This means that when you use drugs, you are risking long-term mental health issues.

    You can get free mental health support from organisations like Mind UK, Young Minds, Rethink Mental Illness, Samaritans and Papyrus.

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    As for physical illness, there are a wide range of conditions that can be caused by drug and alcohol addiction. Again, some of these illnesses have other causes, whilst some are directly caused by drug or alcohol abuse.

    Drug-related conditions include:

    • Heart disease
    • Kidney disease
    • High blood pressure
    • Cancer
    • Pneumonia
    • Gastrointestinal problems

    If you are already prone to experiencing any of these conditions, using drugs will increase your chances of suffering from painful symptoms.

    The longer you stay in a cycle of addiction, the more likely it is that you will damage your physical health.

    Even if you do not get diagnosed with any of the above conditions, you could experience symptoms of illness that affect your life every day, such as an elevated heart rate, tremors, headaches or migraines.

    You will also experience frequent hangover symptoms, such as increased appetite, nausea, dry mouth, fatigue, anxiety, and excessive sweating.

    Some people even suffer from huge hangovers on a daily basis. Even if you are used to this currently, when you get sober, you will realise how damaging it was to feel like this so often.

    Don’t let addiction control your life – get the help of a drug and alcohol rehab in Poulton le Fylde by talking to our team on 0800 088 66 86

    Will I Be Free Of Mental Illness After Drug and Alcohol Rehab in Poulton le Fylde?


    It is not wise to adopt the mindset of going to drug and alcohol rehab in Poulton le Fylde for a miracle cure. Residential rehab will potentially heal some of your symptoms, but the main goal is to teach you how to deal with your symptoms.

    If you had a mental health condition before your drug or alcohol addiction, it is something that is likely to stay with you for life (though effective treatment can put the condition into remission, or reduce its negative effects).

    Even if your mental health disorder developed after your addiction, it would not be sensible to assume it is going to disappear after rehab.

    That being said, most people experience much better mental health after going to drug and alcohol rehab in Poulton le Fylde.

    If they went to rehab for the right reasons, they will feel proud that they have committed to sobriety, and they will be better able to regulate their emotions when they start to struggle psychologically.

    Find the support you need to overcome addiction at a drug and alcohol rehab in Poulton le Fylde by giving us a call on 0800 088 66 86

    Why is Detoxing Dangerous?

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    Detoxing is dangerous because you could experience withdrawal symptoms. If you undergo detox at a drug and alcohol rehab in Poulton le Fylde, this will be controlled and medically supervised, making the process both safer and easier.

    However, this can still be dangerous, especially if you are addicted to multiple drugs, you use drugs frequently, and you have a serious health condition.

    Detoxing on your own is significantly more dangerous than detoxing at drug and alcohol rehab in Poulton le Fylde.

    Without the correct medication, you could experience extreme withdrawals that threaten your physical and mental health.

    Doctors at residential rehab will look into your addiction history and prescribe detox medication according to this. For example, if you have a history of Deliriums Tremens (DTs), they will take this into account when arranging an alcohol detox.

    This is not something you can do on your own, so please always seek professional help for a drug detox.

    It is extremely important for patients to prioritise getting plenty of rest during the drug or alcohol detox, and this is also something that is easier to manage at drug and alcohol rehab in Poulton le Fylde.

    The staff will take care of cleaning your room, cooking healthy meals, and scheduling in time for recuperation.

    The other option is to find a home detox programme for drug addiction or alcoholism.

    You would get medication in this scenario, so it is much safer than doing it alone, but there would be no 24/7 care, including a personalised care plan and future care (aftercare).

    Home detoxing is only appropriate for people with mild substance abuse problems.

    Ensure that your detox is safe and effective with the help of a drug and alcohol rehab in Poulton le Fylde – call us today on 0800 088 66 86

    Should I Choose Private Drug and Alcohol Rehab in Poulton le Fylde Over NHS Treatment?

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    If you are looking for an NHS-funded drug and alcohol rehab in Poulton le Fylde, you will struggle.

    In most local authorities, it is extremely difficult to enrol on a fully-funded rehab programme, so you have to go down the private route.

    However, the NHS does have resources for long-term recovery that you could make the most of. Some of their resources include addiction counselling, addiction therapy, and self-help groups such as SMART Recovery,  Alcoholics Anonymous, Narcotics Anonymous and Cocaine Anonymous.

    There are several charity and NHS-run recovery services operating near Poulton-le-Fylde, including:

    1. CAMHS Blackpool

    Address: Whitegate Dr, Blackpool, FY3 9ES

    Telephone: 0800 121 7762


    2. Horizon

    Address: Winstone House, 199 Church St, Blackpool, FY1 3TG

    Telephone: 01253 205 157


    3. Inspire North and Central Lancashire

    Address: The Paterson Centre, 75 St Alban’s Rd, Lytham Saint Annes, FY8 1XD

    Telephone: 0808 169 8673


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    These could be beneficial for someone with a mild problem, but people with severe addiction need to go into drug and alcohol rehab in Poulton le Fylde to establish sustained sobriety.

    When you come out of drug and alcohol rehab in Poulton le Fylde, you can then utilise NHS mental health services to help you to stay sober. We believe this is the best path to take, as it keeps your relapse rate low.

    If you are concerned about the cost of drug and alcohol rehab programmes in Poulton le Fylde, please reach out to us and we will explain how much each treatment programme costs on average.

    The prices are different for each residential rehabilitation facility, as they set their own fees. If you already have a rehab centre in mind, we can tell you how much it would cost to attend.

    To make sure that you get the right help from the right drug and alcohol rehab in Poulton le Fylde, give our tea a call on 0800 088 66 86

    Can You Help Me Find Treatment in Poulton le Fylde?

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    Yes, we can help you to find the right drug and alcohol rehab in Poulton le Fylde. If you want to go to an outpatient treatment centre, or get a home detox, we can offer professional advice on this based on extensive experience.

    All you need to do is contact us on 0800 088 66 86. Our telephone assessments are completely confidential, so you don’t have to worry about your private information being shared.

    We also appreciate that you may need some time to decide whether rehab would suit you, so we do not contact you frequently after our initial free phone call.

    After we have explained the benefits of the right drug and alcohol rehab in Poulton le Fylde, and described the referral process, we will leave it to you to consider what the best course of action is.

    If at any point you need to discuss it further, you are welcome to reach out to us again and ask to speak to one of our addiction specialists.

    We would be honoured to take responsibility for finding effective treatment for you.

    Every rehab in England and Wales that we work with is vetted by the Care Quality Commission.

    Get help for addiction across Lancashire, including in Blackpool, Blackburn, Preston, Burnley, Bamber Bridge, Lancaster, Lytham St Anne’s, Leyland, Chorley, Fulwood, Accrington, Skelmersdale, Morecambe, Nelson, Darwen, Fleetwood, Ormskirk, Rawtenstall, Thornton, Colne, Haslingden and many more.

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