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This page was reviewed by Sarina Wheatman, (Emotional Freedom Technique Master Practitioner (EFT), Federation of Drug and Alcohol Professionals (FDAP) NCAC), Addiction Treatment Programme Manager at Manor Clinic.

At Manor Clinic, we understand the everyday pressures and life events that can lead to alcoholism. If you feel like your drinking, or that of a loved one, is out of your control, rest assured that we can help you to address these challenges.

What is Alcohol Addiction?

Alcohol addiction involves regularly drinking alcohol, often to excess, and struggling to stop. It is a medical condition, which is also referred to as alcoholism, or alcohol use disorder. This unhealthy relationship with alcohol can lead you to become physically and psychologically dependent on it. As with any substance misuse, you may feel you cannot function without alcohol.

The amount of alcohol use that can be classed as a disorder will be different for each person. You should rely more on the impact your alcohol use is having on your own health and day-to-day life as an indicator of its severity, rather than the amount ingested.

Signs you may need Alcohol Addiction Help

If you are addicted to alcohol, you may find it extremely difficult to manage the responsibilities of daily life. If this continues over a long period, this could have a significant impact on your wellbeing and the wellbeing of those around you. Addiction will begin to have negative effect on families, friendships and work relationships, straining them to breaking point.

If you feel like you have lost your ability to limit the amount of alcohol you drink, then this is a definite sign that you will greatly benefit from support offered at our alcohol rehab centre.

Excessive amounts of alcohol can cause the following negative symptoms:

  • Anxiety
  • Depression
  • Mood swings
  • Exhaustion
  • Weight loss or gain
  • Insomnia
  • Loss of co-ordination
  • Struggles with concentration
  • Memory loss
  • Reduced self-esteem
  • Feeling hopeless

However, there are other signs of alcoholism that can also be physical and emotional, as well as psychological. If you experience some of the other, damaging symptoms, you should reach out and talk to someone.

What is the Process for Entering Alcohol Rehab?

If you’re struggling with alcoholism, you can call us on 023 8046 4721  and speak to someone about your concerns, or you can enquire online using our enquiry form. Once you take this step, the process for alcohol recovery has begun.

We recognise that it can be difficult to take the first step towards recovery from alcoholism and this is why we offer a free alcohol addiction assessment to all of our prospective patients. In the assessment, you will be able to discuss your challenges in a confidential and compassionate environment with one of our specialists.

During the assessment, we will learn about your unique circumstances before setting out the next steps for treatment. Together, we can discuss our rehab admissions process and start your journey towards recovery from alcohol addiction.

Alcohol Addiction Treatment Options

Alcohol rehab at Manor Clinic takes place on a comprehensive residential (inpatient) basis. This usually lasts for 28 days, which is the recommended treatment time for alcohol addiction. We encourage you, as with all of our patients, to stay with us for longer than 28 days if you require more time to focus on your wellbeing and long-term recovery.

We can work completely around your circumstances and needs, so other treatment lengths are also possible, as needed. These include:

  • A 7-day detox process
  • A 14-day residential programme
  • A 21-day residential programme
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Struggling with addiction? We offer a free, no obligation addiction assessment. 

Book your assessment now, or alternatively, speak to one of our specialists on 023 8046 4721 today.

As part of your 28-day addiction treatment programme, you will have the chance to go through a robust medically assisted withdrawal detoxification programme, if required. This will physically remove all traces of alcohol from your body to ensure that you are physically stable. The assisted detox will also help you manage any alcohol withdrawal symptoms that you may experience.

Then, we use different kinds of addiction therapy methods to help you overcome your addiction. During our programmes, you will commence with intensive group therapy to address the psychological side of your addiction. We will also use therapy to assess the role of family and friends in the addiction recovery process, so that we can provide additional specialist support for your family and loves ones throughout your journey. One-to-one therapy will also be used to discover the root problem of your addiction. As well as these therapy methods, different therapy techniques will be used to help you manage your addiction symptoms. These addiction therapies can include yoga, mindfulness and meditation. A personal trainer also visits the alcohol rehab clinic, providing general fitness classes to improve your physical health. Both yoga and physical training are arranged on a weekly basis and depend on instructor availability.

Inpatient alcohol addiction treatment plans at Manor Clinic are tailored according to your personal needs and circumstances. In summary, our comprehensive, 28-day Addiction Treatment Programme consists of:

    • Free, no obligation addiction assessment - book your appointment today
    • Medically assisted withdrawal detoxification process for your alcohol addiction, if required
    • Structured group therapy programme
    • A high quality family programme
    • Access to 12-Step support groups
    • Free aftercare for life
    • Free family support for life

Our Expert Team of Alcohol Addiction Professionals

At our Southampton rehab, we have the experience and expertise to effectively treat alcohol addiction in a way that works for you. We will always factor in your own circumstances and goals, so that you can benefit from tailored treatment designed within NICE guidelines.

We carry out treatment with complete compassion, free from judgement. We will take everything at a pace you are comfortable with, making you feel completely reassured every step of the way. Our team of highly qualified addiction specialists take a therapeutic approach to treatment, so that we can address the root cause of your condition and work on reducing alcohol addiction symptoms. We aim to enhance both your wellbeing and your physical health, which is most successfully achieved with evidence-based therapy.

Why Choose Manor Clinic?

At this private alcohol rehab, we provide the ideal environment for your recovery. Our beautiful Hampshire-based hospital grounds have extensive gardens, comfortable en-suite bedrooms and welcoming living areas. This provides you with a retreat from the strains of life, where you can relax, unwind and focus on every aspect of your health and happiness.

Our highly qualified, empathetic team of addiction experts will support you in gaining relief from your routine of heavy drinking. They will teach you the necessary skills to help improve your quality of life and remain abstinent long after your alcohol rehabilitation. With years of experience, our specialists have successfully helped many patients to overcome similar challenges and get their lives back on track.

In addition to improving your physical health, our treatment can help you to cope with day-to-day life, work on rebuilding your relationships, and stop the risks of other addictions developing. This means that with Manor Clinic, you can enjoy a more rewarding, healthier lifestyle free from the pain of addiction.

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The Manor Clinic in Woking, Surrey, can help support clients and families who are suffering from co-occurring addiction and mental health conditions. For further information on treatment and rehabilitation programmes, please call: 023 8046 4721 or click here to book a FREE ADDICTION ASSESSMENT. 

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