DRUG REHAB THAILAND

Regardless of what drugs you are taking, the first question you need to ask yourself is:

Are you controlling your drug use or is your drug use controlling you?

Drug addictions that we commonly treat include but are not limited to: cocaine, heroin, crystal methamphetamine (also known as meth or ice), amphetamine, benzodiazepines, marijuana, ecstasy (MDMA), GHB and ketamine addiction. Our professional team at The Beach Rehab have extensive experience in dealing with all types of drug addiction.

Drugs are psychoactive, which means they affect the brain and central nervous system. This can change the way a person, feels, acts, and perceives the world around them. Drug use can cause erratic behavior and unpredictability, as well as a decay in mental and physical health.

Clients often turn to drugs as coping mechanisms or a form of escapism, but over a period of time, long-term damage can develop such as brain damage, depression, anxiety, irregular heartbeat, other cardiovascular difficulties, coma, and death.

Those struggling with drugs might find themselves using drugs longer or more than they wanted to and try to cut back or stop, but not be able to. They might find themselves spending more and more time using, scoring drugs, or recovering from drug use. Cravings and urges to use drugs become unmanageable.

As drug addiction progresses, an individual might find that they are failing in aspects of daily life, like school, work, or maintaining a home, and continue to use drugs despite it causing relationship problems.

The disease of addiction is chronic and progressive, and people may relate to different symptoms and experiences based on their own progression into the disease.

Addicted man is broken

Addiction can be a daunting prospect to overcome, and the idea of giving up your drug of choice or experiencing withdrawal can be ominous, however there is hope and help out there for you or your loved one. We offer medical detox services that can help with the symptoms of withdrawal and the initial first step in long-term treatment.

During our residential rehab program we work on the whole person and help the person learn and often re-learn how to live a life filled with meaning and purpose, drug free. We also offer a very comprehensive individualized aftercare programme to give you or your loved one the best chance of long-term sobriety.

All drug addictions are treatable, and with experienced rehab professionals and support staff, combined with a willingness to change, addiction can be overcome.