Drug Addiction Treatment
Drug Addiction Help in Essex & London
While many associate drug addiction to surround the likes of heroin addiction or cocaine addiction, a person who finds themselves unable to stop taking regular prescription drugs has a substance dependence and thus falls under the category of drug addiction. Drug addiction or otherwise known as dependence is a chronic condition that is recognised as a brain disorder or illness.
It can result from having to take prescribed medication due to an underlying medical condition as well as a result of taking drugs recreationally. When someone begins experiencing drug addiction, they lose control of how they use their substance; neither when or how much in some cases which leads on to people needing drug addiction help without realising.
What’s The Difference Between Addiction & Misuse?
Drug addiction and drug misuse are two very different things. When we talk about drug misuse, we refer to incorrect, perhaps even excessive and of course, non-therapeutic use of drugs, both medicinal and recreational that is beyond the occasional use.
It’s worth noting that not everyone who misuses drugs has an addiction however, it does lend itself to a higher probability that addiction may develop as symptoms of addiction beginning to surface.
What may hamper the development of an addiction is when a drug user has put off further use thanks to the harmful side effects such as vomiting, low mood, lowered motivation, inability to function at full capacity etc.
Someone with an addiction will continue using drugs in spite of experiencing some of these side effects. There are many types of addiction that affect people in different ways. This is why we offer our range of drug rehab services in Essex & London, to help people take control over their lives again.
Symptoms Of Drug Addiction
The primary indications of drug addiction can take many forms. These include:
- An uncontrollable need to find drugs
- Needing to use drugs to feel a sense of “Normal” or relief
- Justifying the use of drugs or making excuses
- Engaging in harmful activities in order to source drugs
- Losing interest in any other activities that do not include drugs
- Difficulty keeping or forming new relationships
- An inability to stop using altogether
- Difficulty keeping a job
- Avoiding responsibilities
- Changes in appearance; noticeable to all
- An often disregard for personal hygiene
- Increased risk taking
Drug Addiction Treatment in Essex & London
Addiction treatment is an incredibly personalised process, which is why here at Infinity Addiction, we tailor our addiction treatment plans and recovery approaches to each individual we work with.
When someone suffering from drug addiction seeks drug addiction help, we have to hand, a multitude of different treatments and services in order to help anyone on the road to recovery.
Our plan is to help treat both the psychological and the physical effects of drug addiction, both of which need different elements of treatment.
Our treatment facilities are here to help both the addict themselves and those around them. Do you know someone suffering from drug addiction that needs or is actively seeking help?
Infinity Addiction Can Help
Here at Infinity Addiction, we can provide treatment and recovery options for a variety of drug addictions and have a range of differant treatments to help any drug addiction sufferer put their best foot forward. For more information, please contact us today on 0800 3345541.
Thank you Infinity for sorting out the detox for my Dad. You are great.Catherine M
The case management service is brilliant and you have supported me so much I owe you my life. Im 6 months clean now and feel alive again thanks to you.Ben
Infinity arranged treatment for my daughter and have been amazing throughout the whole process. knowledgeable and always willing to help. I can't thank you enough as i've now got my daughter back.SarahJob Title
The family training was outstanding. You have given me such a good understanding of addiction and I am now able to help support my son. So informative.Denis