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Treatment Centres

Our centres are situated throughout the country offering convenient and secluded retreats for our treatments.

Sleeping Tablets Rehab


Sleeping tablets can create unsafe calming effects when abused and this can manifest in many ways, for example poor judgement and loss of movement. Sadly, as a user's body becomes accustomed to the drug it develops tolerance and a higher dose is needed to produce the same effect. This means that over a period of time the benefits lessen as the dose needs to be raised.

Abusers of this drug would initially need to detox from this drug, generally working on the medical reduction process with the support of a medical team, and then there should be a period of rehab. There are many different programs which may be suitable for clients, and these include cognitive behavioural therapy, group therapy and counselling, this type of support will help users to get to the root of the abuse problem.

Therapy is one approach used in rehab; it deals with the individuals concerns that are caused by personal issues. This will help the user to learn to deal with life’s circumstances without the dependence of sleeping tablets.

Another common approach used is coping strategies, this is also known as behavioural therapy. The purpose of this is to address thoughts and behaviours and to modify them in ways that make addictive situations less of a challenge. These strategies are personalized to assist the client cope in ways that are best for them.

Rehab offers support this reassures the user that they not alone. All rehab programs we refer to, provide a network of support both before and after addiction treatment. A supportive environment.

Anyone with this dependency may have struggled for years to overcome it, unfortunately sleep disorders are common in today's demanding society, and sleep medications are frequently turned to for a quick fix. Although these types of medications, such as Xanax and Ambien can solve sleep issues temporarily, pills are not the safest way to overcome a problem.