At Rehubs, we understand how difficult it can be to deal with addiction. This is why it is our mission to help people overcome their addiction to alcohol, and make treatment accessible for all.
With our rehab program, we can help you break free from the grips of alcohol addiction and embrace lasting recovery from the comfort of your own home.
If left untreated, your alcohol misuse may continue to affect your brain function, relationships and well-being. It may also lead to (or worsen existing) physical and mental health problems. Seek the support you need today and begin your sobriety journey with Rehubs.
Recognising the signs and symptoms of alcoholism is the first step towards a healthier and happier life. If you find yourself wondering whether you have a problem with alcohol, it’s important to listen to your body and your emotions.
One of the main signs of the term ‘alcoholism’ is that you are dependent on alcohol is the lack of control over drinking alcohol. This may include harmful or heavy drinking (binge drinking), or struggling to stop drinking once you start.
Another sign is an increased tolerance to the effects of alcohol. For example, if you feel as though you need more alcohol to feel the same effects, then it may be time for reflection.
If you have an alcohol addiction, you may also notice physical changes. You may notice that your sleep patterns are becoming disrupted or you’re experiencing changes in weight and seeing high blood pressure numbers. You may also notice emotional changes such as mood swings or increased irritability.
Additionally, another sign that you may need to seek alcohol treatment is that alcohol has become a priority. You may withdraw from loved ones, or neglect your responsibilities in order to drink alcohol.
If you resonate with any of these signs, take some time to self-reflect and think about treatment for alcohol addiction. Consider talking to friends, family, or a healthcare professional. There are resources out there that can help you navigate this journey towards recovery.
Understanding and acknowledging these signs is the first step towards a brighter and healthier future. Reaching out for support is a sign of strength, not weakness. People with alcohol use disorder (AUD) have a disease, and it is not your fault.
The first step of addiction treatment is detoxification. Detoxification addresses the physical addiction – it is the process of allowing your body to rid itself of alcohol while managing potential withdrawal symptoms.
It’s crucial to begin alcohol detox with care and seek professional guidance for a safe and supported experience.
There are different approaches when it comes to detoxification. Some people prefer to detox from home with an at-home detox kit, whereas others prefer a more medical setting to detox from alcohol.
If you think you’ll be at an increased risk of severe withdrawal symptoms (for example, if you have severe alcohol dependence), we recommend that you undergo a medically supervised detox.
It’s important to note that detoxification alone will not be enough to help you overcome your addiction. Detoxification does not consider the emotional, psychological or social aspects of addiction. This is why therapy is such an important part of any alcohol rehab program.
At Rehubs, our therapy program is accessible to all, and we’ve already helped over 200 people maintain abstinence through it via our trained professionals and evidence-based programs. We recommend that you begin therapy after completing detoxification, or after the withdrawal symptoms have eased.
Your recovery journey with Rehubs will begin with a personalised assessment. We will explore your addiction history and your recovery goals, and use this information to determine the best approach for you. We understand that one size does not fit all when it comes to recovery, which is why each step will be tailored to your specific needs and circumstances.
Recovering from addiction can feel like an uphill battle if you don’t explore your emotions, thoughts and relationships. Our therapists can help you to understand your behaviours, emotions and actions. We can help you to address negative or difficult emotions such as anger or shame and help you face them instead of avoiding them.
When you opt for addiction treatment through Rehubs, you can make the most of daily group sessions. This can help you to build relationships with others with similar experiences and foster a sense of community. These support groups are a safe space for you to share your goals and experiences, and provide an opportunity to learn from each other.
As well as group therapy, we also offer one-to-one counselling sessions. These sessions can help you to address the root causes of your addiction. This can help you to address the issue, and truly recover from addiction.
We use a combination of evidence-based therapies and practical exercises to give you the best chance of overcoming alcohol use disorder/ AUD for good. We can offer you a safe space to self-reflect, heal, and grow as a person.
We can help you to become the best version of yourself and pave the way for a better future. Through the use of behavioural therapy, our treatment options will equip you with the tools you need to deal with the ups and downs of recovery.
Collectively, our team at Rehubs have been helping people with alcohol abuse issues and alcohol addiction for years, and we can help you too. We believe everybody has the capability to change their lives for the better, whether they’ve experienced a severe case of post-traumatic stress disorder or drink due to social anxiety. The first step in doing so is reaching out for support.
Our alcohol rehab program is designed to help you achieve lasting sobriety, with a focus on your well-being. Our team of addiction specialists at Rehubs can empower you with the knowledge and tools you need for long-term recovery.
Turn over a new leaf with Rehubs. Take our consultation today, or contact us on 0330 094 5970 to enquire about our services.