When you are suffering from an addiction, the less reason you have to avoid recovery, the better. When you first search for rehab centres in Cumberland, near you, you look at a list as long as the length of your arm. How are you supposed to choose from so many options? It is no surprise that most dependent drinkers and drug takers don’t ever give it up. Help 4 addiction were established to combat exactly this crisis by making your transition from user to recovered addict is as smooth as possible.
Quitting drinking or stopping taking drugs isn’t an easy, or a pleasant, thing to do. Your body will go through physical changes which won’t feel good – but which are definitely for the better. Getting off the substances you are abusing will get you back to the type of life you can enjoy, instead of the type of life that you are living only through habit at the moment.
Rehab clinic selections can be overwhelming, so trust us to narrow it down for you and get you the referral you need. With a little Help 4 Addiction everyone is able to quit, in their own time and their own, tailored, way. If you live in Cumberland and you want this help then we are here, ready and waiting. Contact us via our online consultation page or call us, on 0203 955 7700 to get started on your journey to recovery.
How Do I Know If I Am Addicted to Drugs?
If you (or someone you love) is suffering from a drug addiction, help is on hand to get you into rehab… However, that doesn’t always mean that you will know that you need help to begin with. They do say that, in order to treat an addiction, the first step is to admit that you have a problem. If you don’t admit it, you won’t seek help. Without the aid and support you need to stop taking drugs or to stop drinking, you are unlikely to succeed.
With this in mind, we thought it would serve us well to recap how you know if you, yourself, have an addiction problem. Some of the following points are summaries of clues you can see if you spot in yourself. If you recognise them, then you should probably seek help. If you aren’t already addicted to substance abuse, you may well be developing one through bad habits.
Ask yourself these questions if you think you are addicted:
- Does using or drinking make you feel happy for a limited time?
- Once you have used up your supply, do you suffer from a bout of depression?
- Do you suffer from anxiety at the thought of going without the substance you think you are addicted to?
- Do you panic if your supplier is out?
- How long can you go without drink or drugs before it starts to bother you? Do you experience the symptoms of withdrawal?
Getting through Detox is the Key
Anyone who ever tried it knows that drug detox isn’t easy, but if you cannot get through this particular stage then a complete recovery from drug or alcohol abuse simply won’t be possible. To get ‘clean’ you must first let the chemicals you were hooked on leave your body. Without doing this, you may never be free of drink or drugs.
Once you have hit a certain number of hours you will have no more drugs in your system. This is when it starts to physically hurt. Your brain and body are trying to tell you that you need a drink or a hit to survive – but this is a lie. You will survive, and be healthier, if you stick out the detox and make it through this step. Your mind will try everything it can to trick you into using again. Don’t fall for it. If you can get through it then every day from then on will be that little bit easier than the day before.
How Do I Know If I Have An Alcohol Addiction?
There are many signs of alcohol addiction that you may need help noticing in yourself. Alcoholism is insidious in that it tricks us into thinking we don’t have a problem, even if we do. Some of the signs of an alcohol addiction include the inability to go more than a full day without drinking, sweating, and shaking when you don’t get your ‘fix’ of alcohol or getting physically ill without a drink. If you feel that you can’t turn a drink down you may have a problem, even if you aren’t in the full throes of addiction just yet. Addictions form out of bad habits, so it is never too soon to seek help.
If you live in Cumberland and you believe you have a budding addiction, then we want to hear from you. Contact us as soon as you suspect you have a drink or drug problem and we will connect you with the resources you need to stop yourself before it gets out of order. Call us today, on 0203 955 7700 to find out more. Life is much easier when you tackle it with a clear mind.
Achieving Alcohol Addiction Recovery
If you can get through the alcohol detox stage then you have every chance to stay off drink. The greatest success rates are achieved in full time, residential rehab facilities. These rehab clinics in Cumberland aren’t all private, either. You can find NHS sponsored facilities, too. Help for alcohol addiction is available in all areas of Cumberland. Call us now, on 0203 955 7700.
Are Drugs and Alcohol a Problem Around Cumberland?
Drugs and alcohol are a problem in all the counties of England. Unfortunately for the residents of Cumberland, this location is no exception… although maybe it is a little bit. The HMS Cumberland isn’t related in anything but title, but this savvy Navy vessel has helped bust more than 200 million pounds worth of narcotics in its time. The News and Star reported on a case last year where a Carlisle man died after taking class A drugs. Officers found and arrested the suspected dealers. A second incident is recorded by the press regarding a nurse stealing drugs from the hospital they worked at in Carlisle. They had 15 years of dedicated service behind them… so it just goes to show that addiction can strike anyone, at any time. There is no shame to it.
Alcohol is a similar story. All over England it is sold through outlets that aren’t pharmacies, and that probably shouldn’t be selling such an addictive substance. Legality aside, alcoholism is often thought of as the most common addiction in the country. In Cumberland, this translates to around 15 alcoholics per 1000 people, an incredibly high sum. Of this number, the most likely to die an alcohol-specific death are in the 55-69 age group. This isn’t what we were expecting at all, but the figures don’t lie[i].
How Can I Find The Best Rehab Centre Near Me?
To find the best rehab centre near you, all you need to do is to click this link to our online consultation service. We will be in touch to find the right service provider in your area. If you would prefer to talk by phone, then give us a call. We would love to help you choose a rehab clinic that can get you off drink and/or drugs.
Although help is available the choice of rehab clinics can be overwhelming. Those suffering from addiction are put off by bumps in the road, as it were, and we here at Help 4 Addiction do our best to level the path. For an easier, smoother transition out of a life of addiction, contact us today, on 0203 955 7700.
Help For Addiction is Available in All Areas of Cumberland!
Cumberland is absolutely full to the brim with different rehab clinics and centres. How do you choose the best one, regardless of where you come from? You turn to the expert team here at Help 4 Addiction, who have years in experience with referring the right services to the right person. Let us help you with the mammoth task of finding rehab clinics near you, by making it more manageable, palatable, and all-round simpler.
We offer help for those who are suffering from an addiction in these places:
Although the list doesn’t end there. The chances are that you can find help with Help 4 Addiction regardless of where you stay in Northern England. We operate a specific, dedicated service, committed to getting you the help you need to kick the habit of addiction, once and for all. Are you ready? We are… All we need is for you to make that call. Reach us on 0203 955 7700 today to start getting your life back, one day at a time.
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