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Drug & Alcohol Rehab Centres in Yeovil

In the Somerset town of Yeovil, you might not expect the people who live there to be affected by alcohol and drug abuse – yet many are. Just as in almost every other town and city in the UK, alcohol and drugs are causing problems to the lives of many people; and these individuals need help. With alcohol abuse responsible for poor health, premature death, relationship breakdowns, unemployment, poverty, crime and homelessness, it is essential that alcohol rehab in Yeovil is readily available to those who need it.

It is not just alcohol that the people of Yeovil need to be worried about. Many residents of the town struggle daily with crippling addictions to illegal drugs and prescription medication. Addictions to these substances can devastate the lives of individuals, families and entire communities, and they can have a negative impact on the economy. With substance abuse a leading contributor to violent crime and hospital admissions, it is easy to see how they can affect everyone and why there is such a pressing need for both alcohol and drug rehab in Yeovil.

Who Needs Alcohol and Drug Rehab in Yeovil?

Some people may be guilty of alcohol abuse occasionally but who do not require treatment for addiction. It is important to remember that not everyone who abuses substances is an addict. However, those who do abuse alcohol and drugs on a regular basis have a high likelihood of going on to develop an addiction.

There are different levels of substance abuse ranging from casual misuse to substance abuse to addiction. In terms of alcohol, drinking more than the government’s recommended weekly allowance of fourteen units is classed as abuse. Nevertheless, those who do this once or twice a year, would not generally have a serious problem that they need to worry about.

Regularly getting drunk and drinking more than you should is classed as substance abuse, and although the abuser may not yet have an addiction, continuing to abuse alcohol would almost certainly result in addiction, which is the next level up.

We often have people call us up who believe they could not possibly have an alcohol addiction because they ‘only drink beer’ or because they do not drink every day. Nonetheless, one thing to bear in mind is that addiction is not about the type of alcohol you drink or the frequency with which you drink it; it is about how much control you have over your drinking once you start. If you find that you struggle to control your consumption of alcohol, you could be in trouble and may find benefit from alcohol rehab in Yeovil.

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Accessing Drug and Alcohol Rehab in Yeovil

If you are concerned for yourself or a loved one, give Recovery.org.uk a call today. We can help by providing you with an in-depth evaluation of your situation. This will allow us to gauge how severe your illness is and it will give you a clearer picture of what you are dealing with. If we believe you have a problem that requires treatment, we will advise you of such.

We can help people struggling with addictions to all types of substances, including:

  • alcohol
  • illegal drugs
  • prescription drugs
  • over-the-counter medication
  • inhalants and solvents
  • former legal highs (new psychoactive substances).

If you decide to move on to treatment after your assessment, we can help. We can match you to a suitable alcohol or drug rehab in Yeovil and will provide you with advice and information on the various treatments available.

 

Featured Drug and Alcohol Rehabs in Yeovil

There are various types of rehab centres available in Yeovil, including inpatient alcohol rehab, luxury alcohol rehab, and private drug rehabs.

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Harm-Reduction and Rehab in Yeovil: Worth It?

You may or may not be aware of the harm that substance abuse can cause. Many addicts are oblivious to the damage their substance misuse is having on their lives and the lives of others, with most believing they are harming only themselves. This is rarely the case, and addiction is known as a family illness for a reason.

However, the brains of addicts are often affected by the substance they have been abusing. They are no longer able to make good judgements or to think logically. To them, alcohol or drugs may be the only good thing in their lives – they cannot see that their abuse of these substances is that which causes most of the problems in their lives.

Continued abuse of drugs and alcohol will almost certainly lead to harm in the following areas:

  • Physical Health – Alcohol and drug abuse can result in many illnesses, including high blood pressure, hepatitis, obesity, diabetes, liver disease, heart disease and cancer.
  • Mental Health – It is not just physical problems that addicts need to worry about as substance misuse often leads to mental health problems including depression, anxiety, paranoia, psychosis, schizophrenia and dementia.
  • Relationships – The relationship between an addict and the people he or she lives with will almost certainly be negatively affected, but other relationships will also suffer. It is common for problems to occur with extended family members, friends and even work colleagues.
  • Finances – Funding an addiction to drugs or alcohol is not cheap. As the addict progresses with his or her illness, more money will be required to fund the habit, and the effects of the illness will impact on his or her ability to work, often resulting in lost income or unemployment. Unfortunately, financial troubles are common among those with an addiction.

With rehab in Yeovil, most of the harm caused by addiction can be reversed. However, the sooner you reach out for help, the better. It is important to tackle your problem as soon as you can because every day you delay is another day wasted.

Recovery.org.uk wants to assure you that help is available and all you have to do is give us a call. Our 24-hour helpline is staffed by fully qualified professionals who are waiting to provide you with advice and information on the next steps you should take towards recovery.

With many of our staff having been through their own recovery journey, you can hear first-hand experiences of the recovery process and what to expect. Call today for more information on how we can help.

 
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