Finding help for Alcohol Addiction in Hampstead
Once you have made up your mind that you want to walk away from your alcohol addiction, you need to make sure that you find the right help and support that will ensure that you beat the addiction once and for all. Many people who are addicted to alcohol, will go through periods of not drinking, sometimes for several months at a time, but more often than not, they will relapse if
they have not got the right support infrastructure in place to ensure success.
Withdrawing from an addiction is not straightforward and you will encounter many challenges along the way. The withdrawal symptoms you will experience can be frightening and sometimes life threatening. People are often not prepared for how severely it is going to affect them and it is easier to return to drinking than work through it alone. With expert medical support and supervision these symptoms and self-doubts can be overcome, but without that help, you are statistically more likely to fail.
However, it is not just the withdrawal symptoms that people need help managing. When you have become addicted to alcohol, you will have developed certain patterns of thought and behaviour that lead you to drink. This is often as a result of your response to stressful situations in life and you will need help developing new, more positive stress responses which will mean that you do not turn to alcohol in difficult times. Equally your social groups may have become centered on drinking and it will be important to develop new social groups, which will support your efforts rather than challenge them.
What type of rehabilitation support do I need?
There are many different types of rehabilitation programmes available from in-patient stays in rehab clinics to weekly support group meetings. The type of treatment you need will depend on a variety of different factors, such as how long you have been drinking and the level of your dependency. These are factors which have bearing on the likely severity of your withdrawal symptoms and therefore will affect the type of treatment and support you might need.
Understanding the differences between treatments and clinics and working out which will work best for you can be confusing. Figuring out the different treatments, what is involved, the costs and how they help is an important factor in helping you to make the right decision and allowing you to build a programme of treatment and support which will work for you.
Let us help you find the right rehabilitation programme Hampstead for you.
Our experts provide free independent and confidential advice on choosing the best solution for your alcohol addiction and rehabilitation. Someone will chat with you to learn more about your personal situation and then make recommendations on the best treatment and support for your withdrawal to ensure that you achieve long term success.
Call us today on 0330 088 9518 and make the first step towards a lasting recovery.