Residential Rehab Treatment for Drug Abuse & Drug Addiction

 

 Only 1.2% of problem drug users in contact with the statutory drug-treatment systems under the NTA enter rehab. In 2008/9, it was 4,711 out of 202,000 users, or 2.3%. In 2009/10 numbers fell to 3,914 out of 320,000 users.  Source Addiction Today 14th March 2011)

 

…if you want residential treatment you will need to go privately… 

 

 

At Ayurva we believe that "one size does NOT fit all." We understand that client is and individual who has a unique road to recovery, which is why Ayurva Counselling tailors each treatment plan to every aspect of a person's life, including the residential rehabilitation aspect of treatment.  We place you in a residential facility that meets your specific and individual needs.

 

 

When someone you love is struggling with drug abuse or addiction, families and other loved ones need fast information on how they can help. That’s the purpose of this page. Ayurva drug rehabilitation clinics have been successfully helping and treating addicts for many years, and we hope we can help you understand the solution to the drug abuse and addiction you or someone you care about may be suffering.

 

 

Below you will find some of the most common questions and answers related to drug abuse and drug addiction. Please feel free to contact us if there is other information you need or if we can help you in any way with the problems you, or your family, are facing.

 

 

What are Some of the Common Signs of Drug Addiction?

 

A person abusing drugs will fail to handle and maintain their usual responsibilities, such as work, school work, care for animals, children or other dependents.  You will starts to notice that their addicts home will start to be unclean and there may be no food in the kitchen. They may also start to fail to keep themselves clean and groomed. They will often not eat or sleep normally, staying up long hours into the night when others have gone to bed or become groggy and sleepy during normal waking hours. They may be irritable and antagonistic and even hostile if questioned. Their friends may change and they may become secretive about what they are doing or where their money is going and they may start to hide themselves and withdraw from the world. Personal possessions or items from the home may be missing or they may have too much money suddenly.

 

 

When does Drug Misuse and Drug Abuse turn into Drug Addiction?

 

Addiction is a condition characterised by repeated, compulsive seeking and use of drugs, alcohol or other similar substances despite adverse social, mental and physical consequences. It is usually accompanied by psychological and physical dependence on the abused substance and the appearance of withdrawal symptoms when the addictive substance is rapidly decreased or stopped. When and individual becomes an addict they often say the drug use controls the individual rather than the individual controlling the usage. When a person loses the ability to make a rational choice about whether or not to use a drug or alcohol, he or she is addicted.

 

 

How Quickly Can a Person Become Addicted to a Drug?

 

With some drugs, such as heroine or crack cocaine, addiction can occur very quickly. What that means is that after just one, two or three uses, a person can start to experience such strong cravings for the drug that they are driven to use it again even though they might know better and know the impact it will have on them and their loved ones.  Other drugs can be slower in becoming addictive, these can be cannabis and alcohol.

 

 

What Social Problems are Created by or are Worsened by Drug Abuse?

 

Communities with high levels of drug or alcohol abuse usually also have increased levels of anti social behaviour, crime and violence.  This can also be accompanied by higher levels of domestic violence and abuse along with child abuse and neglect.  There may also be an increase in homelessness, unemployment, poverty and drug-related deaths.

 

 

Can a Drug Rehab Programme Really End Drug Abuse and Addiction?

 

When someone decides to get clean and stop their addiction they must choose a drug rehabiliation clinic carefully. An effective rehab programme, such as those offered at Ayurva, support and educate the addict to develop ways to reduce and manage their cravings.  This also helps the recovering addict to enjoy a drug-free life again. Each person must also repair, through effective counselling, the life situations and decisions that led them into drug abuse initially, and they will have to rebuild a new life to replace the one that was destroyed by addiction. The Ayurva drug and alcohol rehabilitation programme, named ‘Adapts’ has components that have been proven to be successful in each of these areas.

 

How Can I Help a Person Who Is Abusing or Addicted Drugs?

 

No matter what excuses a person makes, abusing addictive drugs is both physically and pshcologically dangerous and damaging to themselves and other people around them. The best way to help a person is to get them to stop. If they promise to stop, and try, but fail, you may be saving their life if you get them into the Ayurva drug and alcohol rehabilitation programme.

 

 

How Can I Get a Person Started on a Ayurva Drug Rehab Programme?

 

Unfortunately, many addicts fail to see their own problems and can initially refuse help. This is due to the addiction taking over their lives.  The addiction counsellors and drug workers at an Ayurva rehab clinic can help advise you on the best way to approach this problem and can coach you all the way through the person’s arrival at an Ayurva rehab facility. 

 

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