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Help for myself

Help for myself. Is it you that’s struggling with addiction? Help for myself. Are your worried that your bad habits and behaviours are taking over your life? Your personal history and background is irrelevant when...
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Help for a friend

Help for a friend. Do you have concerns that your friend is secretly battling a problem with addiction? Even if the substance they are abusing is not addictive in itself, they still may develop a...
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Help and Info for families

help and info for families. Addiction is an issue affecting not just the sufferers themselves, but the family too. Help and Info for families. If your loved one is an addict, you may feel helpless...
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Contact us Contact us. Here are our contact details. We are open 24 hours a day, everyday. We are happy to help you with all aspects of drug and alcohol addiction. You can even book...
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Help for myself

Help for myself rehab treatment

Help for myself. Is it you that’s struggling with addiction? Help for myself. Are your worried that your bad habits and behaviours are taking over your life? Your personal history and background is irrelevant when it comes to an addiction, be it: alcohol, drugs, gambling, eating disorders or sex. Being an addict is not a reflection of anything negative, it’s something that happens, and with the right treatment, you can get better! ADUS  Healthcare understands that this can be a difficult situation to find yourself in, which is why we are here all the way, supporting both you, and your loved ones.

Are you addicted – Help for myself

If you think you may be addicted to alcohol or drugs (either prescribed medication or illegal) you may want to consider the following…

    • Is your consumption becoming more frequent?
    • Have you had to increase your consumption to get the same effect?
    • Have you tried – and failed – cut down, or stop altogether?
    • People you know passes comments on your usage?
    • Do you engage in your addiction to suppress feelings?
    • Do you blackout after using either drink or drugs?
    • Have you woken up feeling confused, or low after drinking or taking drugs?
  • Have you shunned either friends or hobbies in place of your addiction?

If you have answered yes to one or more of these questions – it’s likely that you might have a problem with a drug or alcohol addiction.

Simply follow this information, and we’ll let you know how best to seek help.

Simply phone us for free advice, in the strictest confidence. Together, we can talk through the choices available, whether it’s residential rehabilitation, local support groups, counselling or outpatient programs.

Main Number Tel: 0845 3881 543 (Calls cost 1p per minute)

Mobiles Call Tel: 07811 606 606

Email us at adushealthcare@gmail.com

Text us on Tel: 07811 606 606

Help for a friend

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Help for a friend. Do you have concerns that your friend is secretly battling a problem with addiction? Even if the substance they are abusing is not addictive in itself, they still may develop a dependence.

It may not just be drugs either. Have you noticed that they are engaging in unusual behaviours to feed their addiction, such as stealing? Often, those with an addiction are in denial, and refuse to believe that they have become dependent on them. It may be an idea to decide how you’re going to approach the sensitive subject matter with them. They may be really defensive, and refuse to listen to you at first. Don’t be discouraged by this however, you just want them to know that you’re there to support them, and willing to help them to change the situation.

We understand

ADUS completely understands that this may be a tough time for you, especially if you’re unsure of how best to move forward, and which direction to turn to. This is where we can help! We’re here to ensure you get the best treatment possible for your loved one, and we’ll make sure you feel supported throughout the entire duration.

There are many signs and symptoms associated with different addiction. Although many can be discovered by answering a few simple questions. Please consider the following:

    • Has their social circle chance?
    • Are they having frequent mood swings?
    • Do they take less care of their appearance?
    • They losing weight?
    • Are they becoming sly and secretive?
    • Are things going missing?
  • Or are they disappearing for unknown reasons for extended periods?

If you have answered yes to any of these – it’s clear that your loved one may be struggling with addiction.

Don’t panic, and just follow the information to let you know how you can be helped.

What to do

First, give us a call – for specialised, confidential advice. Perhaps we can help put your mind at rest if you have any kind of suspicion. Often though, our intuition is correct, therefore we can help you get the right help and investigate which kind of treatment will be best for your loved one, be it residential rehabilitation, local support groups, counselling or outpatient programs.

Help for a friend

It’s completely normal for the addict to be resistant to change, and reluctant to seek help. This is where intervention comes in; it’s the best method of helping your loved one get the help that they require. At first, it can just help them gauge an understanding of just how bad their problem is. Our interventionists have all the skills and experience to help your loved one get the support that they need.

Next Step – help for a friend

Help for a friend. One of the next steps is finding the right treatment centre. But don’t fret! This is where we come in. We have access to some of the best private rehabilitation and detox clinics both in the UK, and internationally. You can be confident in the knowledge that we shall do our very best to match you to the appropriate services for your loved one. We shall help you to set up payment, and can even provide transport to take your loved one there. We work on the basis that help for family and friends is just as important as the individual battling with addiction.

You are helping

Help for a friend. Simply just by reading this information, you have taken the bold initial step towards helping your loved one on the right path. The next step is to give us a call, where our phone lines are open for you 24/7.

ADUS are here every step of the way, to support you and ensure everything goes as smoothly as possible on this journey.

Help and Info for families

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help and info for families. Addiction is an issue affecting not just the sufferers themselves, but the family too. Help and Info for families. If your loved one is an addict, you may feel helpless and lonely in your current circumstances. This is not the case however, and ADUS Healthcare are here to help you through. So that with the right help, you too can conquer this.

Dealing with addiction

Dealing with addiction in the family can be especially difficult to detect, as the feeling of wanting to think the best of them, may just override the suspicions you have about them. These may give the addict free rein to carry on the path of self-destruction, until it’s too late.

It’s important to get the facts and information about the addiction, so that you develop more awareness of what’s going on. However, it really is crucial that you seek help from a professional if you want your loved one to overcome what has been consuming them.

Seeking help

Here at ADUS Healthcare, we frequently receive phone calls from family members’ nationwide seeking help for their loved one. Often they are well informed about a particular form of addiction, however when applied to their current situation, it’s common that they can reach the wrong conclusion, which can be frustrating and damaging to those around them. Hence, why we encourage you to seek the right help.

Questions – Help and Info for families

You may have a number of burning questions about the situation you’re in, such as: ‘how is best to broach the subject of addiction’? ‘Who is best to solve the problem’? Or even ‘What are others going to think’? Rather than relentlessly trying to solve them, we encourage you to seize the day and make that simple phone call to us, so that together; we can make progress in the right direction. We have helped a huge number of people through the years, with the same issues that you and your family are experiencing. We’re here to listen to you, and help make things easier, after all – we understand!

All Addictions – help ad info for families

Help and Info for families. Addiction is not only limited to substance abuse. It can include addictive behaviour, like gambling, eating disorders, or sex.

Even just knowing somebody very well can be enough to realise when something’s just not right. There are a few identifiable traits in somebody with an addiction that you may be able to recognise in your situation, these include:

    • Sudden changes in the social circle of the individual
    •  Unexplained weight change (may be loss or gain)
    • The individual disappearing for long periods of time.
    • A lack of interest in personal appearance.
    • Severe and random mood swings (regularly)
    • Bizarre changes to the individuals finances
    • Personal property around the home disappearing
  • The individual suddenly becoming secretive over their life.

All of the above are traits that as a family member, you may be able to recognise in your loved one. They may begin to show certain signs and symptoms related to the substance, or activity they are frequently engaging in.

How does addiction go – help ad info for families

Help and Info for families. Unfortunately, it is not as straightforward as simply forcing the addict to stop. Addiction runs deeper than that… psychologically, addiction makes an individual believe that it is another circumstance, or person responsible for the unhappiness they are experiencing. They believe that engaging in their vice is the only thing that is keeping them going. From the outside, we can see that this is not the case. However, addicts just need help to help them unravel them from that mindset.

Withdrawal

As you may already be aware, there will indefinitely be a period of withdrawal for anyone with an addiction. If the addiction is severe enough, the process of withdrawal could mean a medical emergency; with the worst case scenarios being severe injuries or death. Enforcing detox without correct medical supervision could well be a fatal mistake.

In many cases, the best solution to addiction recovery is an addiction treatment program made obtainable by a residential rehabilitation centre. The thought of vetting and selecting a treatment centre by yourself may be an overwhelming prospect. However, this is where ADUS Healthcare is here to help. We have dealt with many cases, and have the knowledge and experience to put your mind at rest.

Recovery

Help and Info for families. Although it may be tempting, we strongly advise that you do not take matters in your own hands when it comes to recovery. You may feel that you are doing them a favour, and believe that it is the right thing to help them realise the error of their ways and adjust accordingly,  however – this is not the case!

There are many physical implications if withdrawal is not supervised by experts. There have been a significant number of cases where physical problems have escalated and even death has occurred.

Common withdrawal symptoms by addicts can include:

    • Nausea and Vomiting
    • Involuntary shaking
    • Anxiety
    • Excessive sweating
    • Headaches
  • Insomnia

Delirium tremens (DT) – a situation where the previously suppressed neurotransmitters in the brain, suddenly become hyper excited. This can lead to excessive agitation, convulsions and grand mal seizures. Needless to say, these are very dangerous.

Again, ADUS Healthcare actively encourages you to seek professional help for the individual. Withdrawal should always be medically supervised, and you should never attempt detox on your own.

Is it sustainable

Help and Info for families. If for whatever reason, you do decide to go it alone, and help detox your loved one without medical supervision, you need to consider whether it’s a temporary fix, as opposed to a long term solution. It’s most likely the former, as detox is a lot more than simply a physical concern – it’s deeper than that, both emotionally, and psychologically.

Detox is the first step in recovery; it’s the period at the beginning which allows them a break from whatever substance it is they have been abusing. Following detox, it’s crucial that a complete rehabilitation sees them through. Without the right help and professional treatment in a suitable location, the addict will most likely return to their vices at the first sign of trouble. This, as you can see is not sustainable.

It may be a good idea to consider whether alcohol access is readily available in your area. If it is too easy, it may be the first port of call your family member turns to in stressful times. If it is always there for temptation, without first resolving the psychological reason for the addiction, it may always be there for them as a means of coping. Rehabilitation therapy, however, actually changes the thinking so that the mind will be focused more on avoiding alcohol.

CBT and Intervention

There are two main techniques used by addiction therapists to treat the psychological aspect of addiction. Intervention and CBT.

Cognitive behavioural Therapy (CBT) is an approach to treatment that was developed originally to treat depression, but has since been adapted to improve a number of various mental health illnesses, including addiction.

Help and Info for families. The key understanding in CBT is that thoughts, feelings and behaviours are all interlinked – and the way that we are influenced and subsequently influence others. Feelings are said to impact your thoughts and behaviours, as well as be impacted by your thoughts and behaviours. This concept gives hope to the individual, by realising this pattern, and therefore improving the relationship between them all.

Intervention is a situation whereby the family members actually confront their loved one with the addiction, and help to motivate and actively encourage them to seek treatment. With the help of a professional, intervention can help the addict to see just how their behaviour is impacting not only their own lives, but on the lives of their loved ones around them. Often, just realising the damage they are doing to their loved ones, is enough to prompt them to get the help they need.

The combination of these two techniques can be enough to completely alter the way an addict thinks. Both can be included in a treatment program to help the addict their way to being addiction free. Without them, however, the road to recovery may quickly descend back into a path of destruction, where relapsing is inevitable.

Warning Signs

After reading the information on this page, you may still be unsure of whether or not your loved one is battling with an addiction. We encourage you to re-read the signs and symptoms of a physical dependence on drugs or alcohol.

Help and Info for families. You will notice them increasingly as the effects of the drugs or alcohol wears off. When the addict becomes aware of them, is the time they may feel the need to re-engage with the substance. This makes it clear that a physical dependence is present. Please be aware of these signs, as taking action really could save the life and health of your loved one.

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Contact us. Here are our contact details. We are open 24 hours a day, everyday. We are happy to help you with all aspects of drug and alcohol addiction. You can even book yourself into one of our 8x rehab centres, and also book a home detox on this number.

ALL your correspondence with us is treated in the strictest of confidence.

Call Tel: 07811 606 606

You can also text this phone number for a call back.

Let us help you

Being realistic. What have you got to lose by calling us. We do not record our calls. We do not even ask your name. Your doctor will not know you called, so it will not appear on your medical record. We are all here to support you. No one is going to judge you. We have all been there. No one wants to live with an alcohol or drug addiction.

We can help you – Contact us

Yes. We help 100’s people every year. Most of these people now have a life without addiction. You too could have a life without addiction. And surprisingly, it is not that hard to do once in professional hards. I was an alcoholic and i know that addiction is really self harm. There will be a good reason why you have your addiction. We can sort this. I also know how easy a medical detox is. No injections. Just pills.

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I look at it like this. Making that first call is like jumping in the deep end of a swimming pool for the first time. But once you have done it. The rest is easy. Take the plunge. Call our team  ow. We know what we are talking about and we can help you. Call Tel: 07811 606 606 (24 hours) We are open NOW.

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