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Can I Do Rehab By Myself?

Finding The Right Help For Your Addiction

Going sober alone can be difficult and sometimes dangerous. Before getting any type of treatment program, one need to analyse that how much chances they have to increase their soberness.

One the hardest decision anyone take is whether to go for rehab or not. You might be dealing with worries about spending time apart from the ones you care about, how to cover-up the expense of medical care, or even the negative stigma around addiction and rehabilitation.


Rehab centres can help you in various ways even if you find yourself uncertain about it. These rehab centres will surely help you get recover.


This may make you think about going it alone and trying to get sober 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
  • Therapies that work and support groups
  • Support long-term wellness treatments and Ongoing therapy
  • What to do to avoid going back to drinking again

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What Are The Issues Of Quitting Alone?

Safe detox and a supportive, strong base for lasting sobriety are the two main reasons for choosing a medical rehab centre. Dangerous withdrawal symptoms are experienced by some people who are addicted to alcohol, benzos, and other highly addictive substances. These deadly withdrawal symptoms are taken off in a comfortable, medically supervised detox program. To break the addiction cycle the reason why you become addicted in the first place needs to be addressed.


The have a solution of every problem. They are intent to help you out at every single step. After analysing your specific requirements, the rehab specialists will develop a tailored therapy plan to suit them.

An overview of the rehab program can include the following:

  • How severe your addiction is
  • What drug are you addicted to
  • If there are other medical issues, you are contending with
  • Family atmosphere and social groups

Detox Risks

If a patient has developed addiction to drug or alcohol substances, he becomes physically and psychologically dependant on them. The person is mentally and physically dependent on the drug.

Stopping to use the drug suddenly will cause an upheaval in the system, upsetting the balance and causing withdrawal symptoms that can sometimes be far-reaching.

Making the hard choice to get sober is an enormous and essential stage for your future. 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


There are many side effects of withdrawal like: Gloominess or suicidal feelings, seizure or shiver, heart problems Delirium tremens. So get the treatment from professionals who know how to carry out the detoxification.

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

Drugs That Require Medical Detox

Throughout the medical detoxification, doctors and nurses will be monitoring your heart rate, Take essential evidences and assure that nothing goes wrong.

  • Monitoring is paramount for some drugs and alcohol that produce terrible withdrawal symptoms.
  • The following drugs may require you attend a rehab centre for medical detox and they include:
  • Prescription pain pills
  • Alcohol
  • Heroin
  • Benzodiazepines
  • Inhalants
  • Methamphetamine
  • Club drugs such as ecstasy

Even though the list above is short, abusing any of these drugs can cause huge problems to your health that can lead to a supervised medical detox.

During detoxification, a medication that helps in the process may be administered to you. The medications that are used during detox behave like the drug you are addicted to, giving you the same euphoria but stopping the withdrawal symptoms.


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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. The advantage for this kind of treatment is that it removes you from your environment and lessens chances of falling into the temptation to use, you are also living in a clean place, you get personalized attention and service, and you are within easy access to training and education.

In Outpatient treatment, an individual is supervised throughout the whole day and gets treatment but they can go back to their home in evening. Among the pluses of the above is the possibility to work or study and to enjoy the support from relations with friends or family members during the treatment program.

The ones with serious addictions will help most from an inpatient rehabilitation, whilst those with minor serious addictions might find that an outpatient program perfectly suits their requirements.


How Important It Is To Be Supported When Recovering

It cannot be stressed enough that medical support during recovery is the safest and most effect rehab. If you get support from patients, who are experiencing the same situation, you are not just encouraged, you are most likely ensured from relapse.

An experiment held in the 1970s, proved the relationship between bad housing facilities and drugs abuse. Psychologist Bruce K. Alexander a Canadian did an experiment that showed that rats put in a dark solitary place, they chose drug-infused water over clean water developing addiction quite fast. 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. This simple case demonstrates how essential is to have interaction, support and exercises that supply an empty place many choose the substances in order to fill.

"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

Psychologist Bruce K. Alexander said of his Rat Park experiment, that creating social contacts with others will make a difference when giving up drug or alcohol abuse. 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:
  • Psychological - Someone to share their feelings with or to help divert their attention to positive ideas.
  • 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 Encouragement - Noting a former abuser's successes, admitting his accomplishments, providing constructive critique, 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?

Medical care centres offer the mechanisms for durable recovery over healthy style of living changes, support groups, continuous treatment and relapse avoidance tips. When you allow yourself to be helped by a medical professional, you are ensuring you will remain sober in the long-term.