Gideon completed Help Me Stop’s Digital Dayhab programme for ketamine, cocaine and alcohol addiction. In this blog, Gideon speaks about his experience of addiction treatment.
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Toulou wasn’t looking forward at all to treatment with Help Me Stop for ketamine addiction. She chose our Digital Dayhab, where she discovered the space to talk about things she needed to face.
Like so many people with alcohol addiction, Mark tried to hide and control his drinking for years. After many attempts to drink within limits, Mark accepted he needed help with addiction to alcohol. Mark contacted Help Me Stop for confidential alcohol addiction treatment.
Results from our Q1 client satisfaction survey are now in. Clients from the Help Me Stop Dayhab and Online Dayhab programmes all stated that treatment with Help Me Stop exceeded their expectations.
Drug And Alcohol Treatment For English Speakers Living In Western, Eastern, Northern and Southern Europe
Living outside of the UK and getting intensive treatment for drug and alcohol problems is no longer an issue with the increasing availability of online programmes.
If you are looking for intensive drug or alcohol treatment for yourself or someone you care about, it is well worth considering Dayhab as an alternative to residential rehab.
The short and long term negative effects of cocaine use are often overlooked and underplayed by individuals that use the drug.One of the first solutions in stopping cocaine use and staying stopped is to understand why you want to do it? What’s your motivation to stop?
Even though nearly 50 % of people say they want to improve their health and wellbeing and save money, only 16% say they want to do something about their drinking and there are never any published data around drug use and New Years resolutions. The fact that alcohol use can contribute to over 60 negative physical and mental health conditions and is full of sugar it should be much higher on the list of things to address to improve your health. And with cocaine related hospital admissions at a 10 year high and over 350,000 alcohol related hospital admissions in 2019 stopping your use will also help our overstretched NHS who are busting at the seams with COVID-19 patients at the moment.
Cannabis is the most common illicit drug in the UK and people use it for a wide variety of reasons. While it is not as addictive as many other drugs, weed can still be habit-forming and some people who decide to quit may struggle. Read how to quit smoking weed in this blog.