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Are you or someone you know living in struggling with a cannabis addiction?

At our private cannabis rehab centre, we are committed to helping individuals on the road to recovery from their cannabis addiction via a bespoke recovery plan.

We understand that each individual has their own unique circumstances and challenges when it comes to their addiction which is why every one of our cannabis addiction treatment plans is tailored to the individual and their specific needs. 

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What is Cannabis Rehab?

Cannabis rehab programmes help an individual to battle their addiction by delivering the necessary treatment and coping skills to get them on the road to recovery and reduce the chances of a relapse later down the line.

Inpatient vs Outpatient Treatments

Cannabis treatment programmes usually come under 1 of 2 types: inpatient and outpatient rehab.

Residential or inpatient cannabis addiction rehab facilitates more intense, round-the-clock care and support, unlike outpatient rehab, which only provides part-time support.

Inpatient rehabilitation programmes are typically better suited to those with more severe cannabis addictions and achieve greater long-term recovery results.

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Why Choose Private Residential Rehab?

In the UK, individuals struggling with a drug problem such as a cannabis addiction can get free access to services provided by the National Health Service (NHS), however, with such limited funding, there aren’t enough resources to meet the needs of all those seeking help.

This means lots of people don’t qualify for residential rehabilitation treatment on the NHS and those who do tend to experience long waiting times before getting the help they really need.

This is just one of the reasons why many individuals opt for private rehab treatment instead of NHS drug treatment

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The Most Effective Cannabis Treatment for Cannabis Addiction

In 2012, the NHS’ National Treatment Agency for Substance Misuse UK carried out a study that looked at the success rates of every private rehab clinic in the UK.

The study found that the best performing facilities had very high success rates, with 60% - 80% of those who received residential rehab treatment remaining abstinent for at least five years after completing the programme. 

The best private residential rehab clinics saw success rates that were many times better than those achieved through NHS and community-based services.

Long Term Recovery from a Cannabis Addiction

These results prove that residential cannabis rehab is the most effective cannabis addiction treatment and that you stand a better chance of achieving abstinence after five years by undergoing private rehabilitation.

Over the years, rehab experts have repeatedly affirmed that residential treatment at a private clinic is more successful than any other treatment option.

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Benefits of Residential Cannabis Rehab

Private residential cannabis rehab offers numerous benefits for individuals struggling with substance abuse and addiction. Here are a few key advantages:

24/7 Support

As mentioned above, in a residential rehab centre, individuals receive round-the-clock care and support from trained professionals, providing a safe and secure environment for recovery.

Evidence-Based Treatment

Residential cannabis rehab centres typically use evidence-based treatments such as cognitive behavioural therapy (CBT), mindfulness and 12 steps to help individuals overcome their addiction.

Medical Supervision

In a residential rehab, individuals receive medical supervision, which is especially important for those who have been using cannabis for an extended period and may have developed physical dependence.

Group Therapy

Residential rehab centres provide group therapy sessions, which offer the opportunity for individuals to connect with others who are also in recovery and provide mutual support and encouragement.

More Focused Treatment

Residential rehab provides a structured and distraction-free environment, allowing individuals to focus solely on their recovery, away from the regular stresses of day-to-day life.

Holistic Therapies 

Residential rehab often takes a holistic approach, addressing not only the physical aspects of addiction but also the emotional, mental, and spiritual aspects, providing a well-rounded path to recovery.

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How Can Rehab Manage Cannabis Withdrawal Symptoms?

The first step to getting on the road to recovery is to remove the cannabis from the body through a drug detox.

When an individual is addicted to cannabis, their body can sometimes become dependent on it in order to function both physically and mentally. 

This means that when they suddenly stop using weed, they can experience very unpleasant withdrawal symptoms.

These include:

  • Anxiety

  • Depression

  • Diminished appetite

  • Irritability

  • Sweating

  • Insomnia

  • Stomach problems

  • Mood Swings

These withdrawal symptoms can range from mild to severe and can be incredibly difficult to manage on your own, often leading to a relapse.

However, our private rehabilitation centre can facilitate the safe removal of cannabis from your body whilst helping you to manage the symptoms with a range of different treatments, getting you on the road to recovery.

Cannabis Relapse Prevention

Many people think that once they have removed the cannabis from their body that they will be able to stay sober and lead a cannabis free life, however, addiction is a psychological disease that often stems from an individual using weed in order to cope with something in their lives.

This could be stress, anxiety, depression, grief or a stressful event such as a job loss or divorce. 

To overcome a cannabis addiction and prevent relapse, it is crucial to identify and treat the root of it through psychotherapy approaches such as CBT and the 12 steps.

At our private rehabilitation centre, we work with individuals to help them cope with whatever it is that may be the root of their addiction and provide them with skills to avoid relapsing in the future following their cannabis addiction treatment.

When to Seek Treatment for a Cannabis Addiction

Before beginning the cannabis addiction treatment, the individual first has to recognise their addiction and want to stop using cannabis. 

Sometimes, someone may acknowledge their problem on their own, while other times it may be necessary for friends or family members to stage an intervention.

As with any form of substance misuse and addiction, a cannabis addiction may reveal itself through a variety of signs which can vary in severity for each individual. 

Some signs of a cannabis addiction that friends or family members may look out for are:

  • Frequent absence from work or school 

  • Mood swings

  • Prioritising cannabis consumption above everything else including work and familial responsibilities

  • Denial of cannabis use

  • Poor performance at school or work

  • Lack of interest in things they once enjoyed

  • Continuing to use cannabis despite the negative consequences that come as a result.

Put simply, you should seek cannabis addiction treatment if you have started to feel like your cannabis consumption is having a detrimental impact upon your life and if you have tried to stop but have been unable to do so.

Start Your Cannabis Addiction Recovery with the Help of Compassionate Professionals

Reaching out for help is the very first step to recovery. If you’re living and think you may be suffering from an addiction, get in touch for a confidential assessment with our compassionate team of professionals today about our cannabis rehab treatment.

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Cannabis Rehab FAQs

Can you Be Addicted to Cannabis?

Cannabis, also known as marijuana or weed, is the most commonly used illicit drug in the UK. Unlike other illegal drugs, the use of marijuana is less stigmatised in society and many people believe that cannabis is ‘harmless’. 

However, this isn’t the case. Cannabis abuse can and does ruin lives when individuals find themselves with a cannabis dependency and unable to stop using it. This can take its toll on their finances, relationships  and school or education, leaving people apathetic, isolated and financially insecure.

It is also possible for users of cannabis to become physically dependent on the drug over time. 

This is caused by the brain’s reward circuit adapting to the supply of THC and developing a tolerance to it over time, meaning the brain must readjust back when the supply is stopped, resulting in unpleasant withdrawal symptoms.

Fortunately, with the right kind of help, much like any other drug addiction, a cannabis addiction can be treated at specialist drug rehabilitation centres.

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What is a Cannabis Addiction?

A cannabis addiction describes when an individual is unable to manage their consumption of cannabis, or weed, despite the negative consequences they may face as a result, such as getting into trouble at work/school or with the police and experiencing financial hardship in order to purchase cannabis products.

An addiction to cannabis occurs when an individual uses it in order to cope with something in their lives for a long period of time. This could be mental health issues such as depression and anxiety or external factors such as a job loss, relationship problems or grief.

The effects of Cannabis can vary, however, it often causes the individual using it with feelings of relaxation and happiness and, just like any other substance, they will gradually become tolerant and start to consume more in order to feel the same levels of calmness.

They may also become physically dependent on cannabis and experience side effects of withdrawal if they attempt to stop or reduce the amount they take

What are Weed Withdrawal Signs?

Although withdrawal symptoms are not generally considered as dangerous, many individuals still suffer uncomfortable symptoms when they try to stop using it. 

Common symptoms of cannabis withdrawal include: 

  • Restlessness

  • Feeling anxious or worried

  • Nightmares and vivid dreams

  • Tiredness during the day, 

  • Lack of appetite and weight loss

  • Headaches

  • Cramps 

  • Depression

  • Irritability

  • Sweating

  • Insomnia

  • Stomach problems

  • Mood Swings

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Do you live and struggle with a cannabis addiction? Receive professional support from our team of experts to help you on the road to recovery.

At our private drug rehabilitation centre, we believe that everyone deserves the chance to overcome their addiction and lead a healthy and fulfilling life.

Our experienced team of medical professionals and therapists are dedicated to helping individuals achieve long-term recovery from cannabis addiction, no matter how severe their situation may seem.

We understand that the road to recovery can be difficult and challenging, which is why we offer a warm and supportive environment, where individuals can feel comfortable and confident in their journey towards sobriety.

Our team will be by your side every step of the way, helping you to manage the symptoms of cannabis withdrawal and provide you with the necessary skills to prevent relapse in the future.

So why wait? If you or someone you know is struggling with a cannabis addiction, get in touch with us today for a confidential free addiction assessment and take the first step towards a life free from drugs.

With our expert help and support, you can overcome your cannabis addiction and start a new chapter in your life, one that is filled with hope, happiness and health.

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