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Easy to Form, Difficult to Break

posted on: October 12th, 2012
Addiction is a complex illness with many different physiological and psychological symptoms and side effects. Addictive behaviour can affect all aspects of an addict’s life: their friends, family, job and social life. The knock-on effects of an addiction can be devastating. Around two million people in the United Kingdom have an addiction to some sort of substance.

People can be addicted to many different things, from alcohol to cocaine, gambling to nicotine. Of course, some are more socially acceptable than others. Smoking is an addiction, but as it is legal, many people do not recognise that they actually have an addiction. There is a common misconception that addictions are only to substances which are illegal, however this really isn’t the case.

Addictions, especially to legal substances, are easy to form, but difficult to break. Alcohol addiction for example, forms over many years, but always begins with drinking for effect. The drinker will drink to change his or her feelings about something, to release stress, or to blot out memories. Doing this on a regular basis causes the body to becoming resistant to the alcohol. This causes the drinker to need more and more to get the desired effect. 

For many reasons, an addict may want to change his or her life and choose to seek help in the form of drug or alcohol rehab. The first step of recovery is admitting that there is a problem in the first place. It may be that it is affecting home life, or their job is in jeopardy. Whatever the reason, the first port of call should be a GP who will advise the person on the how and where to get help.

No matter where a patient is in the country, help and advice will be available to them. Choosing to go to a private clinic for help can be difficult, but Drug and Alcohol Rehab are here to guide people to the right help for them. Alcohol and drug rehab can be difficult on the individual and on the family, so specialist rehab clinics can not only help the individual, but their family and friends too.

The alcohol rehab Cheshire clinic can assist in stopping alcohol use once and for all. We can offer advice and offer counselling to deal with the trauma or situation which led to the alcohol abuse in the first place. Offering a bespoke service, catering specifically to the individual’s needs, can make all the difference. A plan, tailored to the individual, deals with cravings and triggers and inspires the person to change for the better. The alcohol and drug rehab Cheshire clinic can even guarantee sober housing for all those clients who request it, for as long as they need it.

There is a huge amount of support out there for those who want to beat their addictions. It won’t be easy, and there will be a lot of hard work involved, but for those who truly want to break their addictions, the drug and alcohol rehab clinics will offer support and guidance in any way they can.

 

 

 

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