Addiction is a difficult thing to tackle. Whether you are coming off drugs for the third or fourth time, or whether you want to stop drinking for good – Help 4 Addiction were created to aid you. We are determined to make it easier for the people of Buckinghamshire to quit their addictions and get back to their regular, happy lives. We work hard to be one of the best resources for rehab, detox, and battling addiction, in England.
Buckinghamshire, sometimes known as ‘Bucks’ is a region in the south east of England which is covered by the National Health Service. According to their statistics[i], around 8.9 % of those living in this county live in deprived circumstances. 2% live in overcrowded housing, while life expectancy is around 83.2 years. In Buckinghamshire, alcohol addiction is a huge problem. In fact, a February 2020 report in the Bucks Herald recorded that alcohol abuse related hospital admissions had increased almost a full fifty percent, in this decade alone.
In recent years, Buckinghamshire hospitals received 175,000 admissions from those with an alcohol problem. Although this isn’t proof of addiction in the area, it is proof that all of us can fall foul to the problems of binge drinking. We often forget that alcohol abuse is bad for our health. Luckily, there are plenty of alcohol rehab centres and clinics in the Buckinghamshire area, in which we can get help.
Let Help 4 Addiction refer you to a rehab centre that is right for you. If you want to learn more about how to get off drink for good, we are here to help. Access our online resources – such as learning how to stop drinking alcohol – on our website to maximise your chances of quitting. You could even start your own online consultation, with no obligation to proceed any further, right now.
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It is said that the hardest thing to do when facing an addiction, is to admit that you need help. It is hard to know when you have a problem with drugs and alcohol, so take our advice and get help for your addiction if you experience the following symptoms:
If you experience these symptoms, you may have an addiction. Addictions get in the way of living a full and happy life. Get help to quit by calling us on 0203 955 7700
If you live in Buckinghamshire and experience the above symptoms, it is time to seek help for your addiction or emotional disorder. Unfortunately, many of us are in self-denial about what our problems might be. We need to tackle these issues with a range of therapy and medications, but you cannot do this unless you admit that you have a problem.
If you suspect that you may need alcohol rehab, or you want to get off drugs, and you reside in the Buckinghamshire area then help is available. Call us now, on 0203 955 7700. If you are uncertain whether or not this applies to you, see our previous article on alcohol withdrawal symptoms. This may help you decide if you need alcohol detox, or not.
When you choose to get off alcohol or give up a physical addiction (like gambling or sex) you will first need to go through detox. We will put you in touch with a detox plan that matches your needs, should you choose to complete our online consultation. Once your body is ‘clean’ of the substance, you need to work on breaking the habit and avoiding repeating the mistakes of your past. This is done with a combination of therapy and medications.
It is a hard path – but quitting an addiction is worth it. Your quality of life will improve instantly, you will be fresher, happier, and less poor. A fresh start is only a phone call or consultation away. Reach out now and get your life back.
Detox is the abbreviation of detoxification, which literally means to purge the toxins from your body. This can be done in a clinical environment with the correct medical staff, prescription drugs, and the correct combination of therapy. Detox may be done at home if you are eligible, but more often than not you will need to check in to a facility for this. Here at Help for Addiction, we are able to refer you to a detox program that will suit you, should you complete our online consultation.
If you have further questions about detox in Buckinghamshire, you will find plenty of information on our website.
If you are suffering from an addiction to alcohol and you happen to live in Buckinghamshire, then Help4addiction.co.uk are here to help you. We have further information regarding specialised home alcohol detox kits which you may be eligible for. To find out if one of our tailored, fully customised home alcohol detox supply kits might be right for you, we need you to access our online consultation. This is a simple process which you can find by following this link.
If you suffer from a drug addiction and are interested in getting off narcotics for good, you can find more information on drug detox within our pages. Help 4 Addiction exists to ensure you have all of the help you need to give up substance abuse, once and for all. Reach out to us today online or call us on 0203 955 7700.
Rehab in the UK costs around the £1400 mark for a 28 day stint. If you live in Buckinghamshire, however, you may be able to get help towards the cost of getting off drugs, through the NHS. For more information regarding the costs of rehab near you, consult this Help4Addiction article where we go into more detail.
In total, the drug abuse costs the NHS £500m per year, while alcohol abuse treatments cost up to £5bn. The Guardian estimates a social return of £3 for every pound spent on alcohol treatment. Those are not good odds.
There are generally two types of alcohol rehab in Buckinghamshire. You may go full time, to a residential facility. These will often be private or will cost more than the NHS version. Non-residential rehab is often cheaper and does not require you to live away from home. Dayhab options offer the same range of treatments and therapies but do not remove you from your current environment. While some people find it helpful to recover at home with no interruptions to their treatment, others find it is easier to recover away from their potential triggers.
Whichever rehab in Buckinghamshire option you choose, the important part is that you are starting your journey towards recovery. If you have just decided that you want to take the first step towards getting back to the old you, contact us for your online consultation, now.
There is no need to panic over choosing the correct rehab clinic for you in Buckinghamshire. You have access to a variety of services here which are all tailored towards helping you recover from alcohol addiction, or to get off drugs. It can be overwhelming, but help is at hand. Simply complete one of our detailed online consultations and we can work out which clinic or centre best suits your needs. Whether you want to stay at home or whether you want to go full residential, and the treatment you need, will help us to decide. You can then choose from our recommendations in order to progress to the next stage of treatment – getting you off drugs or alcohol, for good.
If you have limited internet access you can also contact us by phone, on 0203 955 7700. One of our experienced Help 4 Addiction team members will be happy to help.
Even if you live in a smaller settlement in Buckinghamshire, help for recovery from drug or alcohol addiction is available near you. Contact us now for a free online consultation and start your recovery.
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Nicholas Conn is a leading industry addiction expert who runs the UK’s largest addiction advisory service and is regularly featured in the national press, radio and TV. He is the founder and CEO of a drug and alcohol rehab center called Help4addiction, which was founded in 2015. He has been clean himself since 2009 and has worked in the Addiction and Rehab Industry for over a decade. Nick is dedicated to helping others recover and get treatment for drug and alcohol abuse. In 2013, he released a book ‘The Thin White’ line that is available on Amazon.
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