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Living with an addiction can seem like there’s no hope of a better, clean-living life. The chemical imbalance that certain substances can cause can make you feel as though it’s impossible to ever get well again.

This doesn’t have to be case at all, especially if you choose a home detox programme in Northern Ireland. They offer excellent quality of care at affordable prices.

You can withdraw from addiction and learn to live a life without it. In order for many people to beat an addiction, they will need a detox programme. The detox plans offered all over Northern Ireland. Home detox are carried out in a controlled and structured environment which will help you detox safely and comfortably. Our highly qualified and experienced staff have expertise in the areas of detoxification, all of which will be medically supervised so you can guarantee peace of mind.

Understanding addiction and its causes

Not all addictions are obvious, and they can affect anyone regardless of their age, background, gender or family situation. Many people assume that addicts fit the stereotypes of homeless alcoholics and junkies, but in fact, addiction can take many forms and can be displayed in a number of ways.

The most common addictions are to alcohol and to illegal drugs such as heroin and crack. However, patients might also present with addictions to recreational drugs, for example cannabis or ecstasy, or even prescription drugs such as opiate painkillers or antidepressants.

If you are struggling with an addiction, you might still hold down a job, look after your family, and complete other everyday tasks and activities. Those around you may be unaware of your addiction. However, as the drug takes hold or as you start drinking more, you may start to lose the ability to function. Addiction often leads to problems at home, issues with your physical and mental health, and the loss of your job.

Addiction can result from a traumatic experience, which the addict tries to block out through drug use or alcohol abuse. It can also be the result of excessive recreational use, which slowly becomes a dependency. Drinking alcohol is a normal part of life for the majority of people, and it can be hard to draw the line between heavy social drinking and an addiction to alcohol.

Drug & Alcohol Home Detox Northern Ireland

The first step to recovery from addiction is the admission that you have a problem and the acceptance of help for that problem. [No-one has to carry on a life of addiction and if you want the help to beat it, a choice of one of our home detox plans in Northern Ireland couldn’t be better.] All plans are flexible and can be tailored to your specific needs, with co-existing addictions and conditions accounted for during treatment.

If you or a family member or friend has an addiction and you need help to fight it, then a detox programme can do just that. All our staff in our Northern Ireland home detox team are former alcoholics or drug addicts and have first-hand knowledge of addiction. These are the best people to help!

Alongside professional medical support and counselling, our advisors can offer practical information and support. The best person to advise on the withdrawal process is somebody who has been through it. Our team apply their own experience to every case and give you the support you need to follow in their footsteps and beat your own addiction. Put your trust in our Northern Ireland Home Detox team, and let us help you to live your best life possible.

How the Northern Ireland home detox works

When you call and request treatment from the Home Detox by Steps programme, you will be referred to the medical team for a thorough assessment. Your Northern Ireland home detox programme will be medicated to ease the symptoms of withdrawal, and to give you the best chance of success. The initial home detox can be scary and daunting, but it is a short process and the bad feelings will pass. Once you have let your body get rid of the harmful chemicals, you can start the process of recovery.

Recovery is different for every addict. Almost always, there will be some element of personal or group therapy, such as attending support meetings or having regular counselling. Recovery might also mean cutting ties with drinking buddies or staying clear of friends who take drugs. During the recovery stage, you should focus on your health. Eat plenty of fresh fruits and vegetables, drink plenty of water, and when you feel able to, get out for walks. Exercise and a good diet will support your body while you get well.

Contact our Home Detox Northern Ireland advisors today

All our detox at home in Northern Ireland plans offer counselling and medical support throughout your detox programme. Our detox programmes also look at the mental and emotional effects that alcohol or drugs have had on you personally and on your family and friends. Our qualified therapists will not only oversee your detox programme, but will be there every step of the way to offer you all the support and help you need.

For free and immediate advice on our detox programmes, call today! We are available seven days a week to offer support and guidance, and to answer your home detox questions. As part of the national Steps UK network, we have regional offices that serve patients throughout the Northern Irish counties. If you would like more information, or to start your treatment and begin your journey to recovery, call 0333 444 0315.

For free and immediate advice on our detox programmes, call today!