Finding Alcohol Rehabilitation Programmes in Notting Hill
People who are addicted to alcohol often find themselves in a cyclical struggle to give up and break away from their addiction. Periods of abstention will be followed by relapse as you find yourself
unable to break the negative patterns of behaviour that have led to your dependence on alcohol. Withdrawing from alcohol without support is not easy, which is why finding the right support and rehabilitation treatments is an essential part of the recovery process.
What type of support do I need?
The type of support you need will depend on the level of your dependency – how long you have been abusing alcohol and how much you drink. Almost everyone will experience withdrawal symptoms to some degree but the severity of the symptoms will vary from person to person as will the level of support required. Many of the withdrawal symptoms can be life threatening at their worst and even at their mildest can make day to day life difficult to manage.
Rehabilitation treatment can take many forms, from stays in treatment centres as an in-patient providing medical supervision to help you manage your symptoms to weekly support meetings or individual therapy programmes. Your treatment will need to be tailored to your specific needs and circumstances to help you overcome the challenges you will face and achieve lasting sobriety.
One of these greatest challenges presented by withdrawing from alcohol is dealing with the withdrawal symptoms that you will experience during the process. Managing a withdrawal under expert supervision will greatly increase your chances of making a permanent success of it.
In addition, there are also other patterns of behaviour that you will need to address, which can be done through cognitive behavioural therapy and support groups. Each person will have key triggers which lead them to drink, sometimes a stressful situation or difficult relationship can make someone seek refuge in alcohol, and identifying these triggers and eliminating them where possible, or changing your response to them, will also play an important part in your recovery.
Alcoholics will often have built a social life up for themselves around opportunities to drink and changing this will also be a key to lasting success. Support groups can help you to meet other people in the same circumstances who understand what you are going through and will help you.
Get help finding the right rehabilitation programme Notting Hill
If you would like help finding the right rehabilitation programme for you, speak to one of our experts. With our knowledge and experience we will listen to your story, understand your particular circumstances and make recommendations on the best rehabilitation treatment and support for your withdrawal from alcohol.
For free independent and confidential advice on choosing the best solution for your alcohol addiction call us today on 0203 955 7700.