Alcohol rehab centres

We live in a culture that embraces alcohol as a normal part of everyday life. In the UK we drink with meals, drink when we are out, drink at home and at special events. This can make it difficult for someone to recognise addiction in themselves. It also makes it easy to conceal an alcohol addiction. Private Rehab Guide is here to provide support for those dependent on alcohol and guide them towards healthy coping mechanisms. The first step in successfully breaking addiction is to detox, and the second is to immerse yourself in the support of therapy. Both of these are available at our rehabilitation centres.


Why alcohol is addictive

Researchers have discovered that alcohol consumption causes the brain to release what are known as endorphins. These endorphins are natural opioids that cause feelings of pleasure.

Someone who drinks large amounts of alcohol will eventually become accustomed to the experience, and will have to consume more each time in order to feel the same pleasurable effect. This is how addiction begins.

The purpose of detox

Alcohol detox centres like the ones we work with exist for one reason: to interrupt the drinking cycle by creating an alcohol-free space. When that cycle is interrupted, it forces withdrawal and stops the release of those pleasurable endorphins. For those with high levels of alcohol in the blood, medication will be offered to ease withdrawal symptoms and discomfort, until the body is free from harmful toxins.

The purpose of rehab

Addiction is not about the substance itself, but a coping mechanism of deeper issues which someone may be suppressing. These underlying issues are addressed in rehab. Our alcohol rehab centres provide a safe and supportive atmosphere in which clients can address their past when they ready, through a variety of therapy approaches and counselling.

When to call us

Private Rehab Guide works with the best alcohol detox centres in the country. However, we cannot help if you do not call. If you or a loved one is exhibiting any of the following symptoms, we urge you to consider the possibility of alcohol addiction:

  • Regular drinking to relax or feel better.
  • Lying about drinking habits to others.
  • Feelings of guilt or shame involving drinking.
  • Wanting or needing a drink first thing in the morning.
  • Requiring alcohol to get through the day.
  • The need for greater amounts of alcohol to achieve the desired effect.

If there is even the slightest chance you have a dependence on alcohol, there is nothing to gain trying to ignore it. Please get in touch with Private Rehab Guide so we can help you get on the road to recovery.

Alcohol addiction destroys families, ruins careers, robs you of your finances, and wreaks havoc on your health. We believe there is a better life out there for you or your loved one; a life free from the prison of alcohol. Our alcohol rehab and detox centres are here to help you or your loved one today, and are on the end of the phone when you are ready to get support.