Drug and Alcohol Rehabs in Glasgow
Giving up Alcohol isn’t easy. To support you in your goal to achieve sobriety Help4Addiction have created an extensive network of relationships with Rehabs in Glasgow and across Scotland.
Rehabs in Glasgow
If alcohol abuse is having negative effects on your life and you have tried to break the addiction but found yourself relapsing, you are not alone. This is a common cycle for many addicts who often manage to stay dry for weeks or even months at time, but then find themselves returning to drink when life situations get in the way.
Where are your Rehab Clinics in Glasgow?
We have created relationships with a number of clinics across Scotland. We have clinics based in the centre of Glasgow , just 5 minutes from the train station. We also have clinics in Edinburgh and the further reaches of Scotland . We can advise you which rehab will suit your needs and many other aspects of the rehabilitation process.
Do I need to go to Rehabs in Glasgow?
Many people use alcohol as an escape from stress, anxiety or other life situations that they find challenging. These behaviours have often been established from an early age and new coping mechanisms will need to be learnt in order to deal with everyday situations which are usually triggers for drinking. This is where a good rehab programme comes into play, helping you to identify the triggers and how to cope with them effectively instead of turning to alcohol. All of our rehabs in Glasgow are set up to support these needs.
When you try to break an alcohol addiction you will suffer withdrawal symptoms, some of which can be life threatening. It is important that your withdrawal is managed under medical supervision. The severity of your withdrawal symptoms will depend on the level of your addiction and the length of time you have been abusing alcohol.
Someone who has become alcohol dependent will have surrounded themselves with other people who drink heavily and regularly. Once you decide that you are ready to break the addiction, it will be important to avoid situations which are associated with drinking. For this reason the addict will need to find new circles of social support, which is where alcohol addiction support groups can help. You will find yourself with other people who are also trying to break the addiction or who have already done so. They will understand what you are going through and offer you support and help through the process.
The biggest challenge to breaking an alcohol addiction is staying sober, forever. Uncovering the root cause of your addiction will help you achieve this, which is where psychological support and cognitive behavioural therapy is helpful as part of a wider rehabilitation programme.
Speaking with someone who has expert knowledge can help you identify the best course of action for your particular circumstances and find a rehabilitation centre that is right for you.
Call to speak with one of our experts on 0203 955 7700 and we will advise you on the best course of action.