Are you or a loved one in need of a behavioural rehab? Not many understand that compulsive destructive behaviours can be a symptom of an addiction.
Common examples of behavioural addictions include:
All behavioural addictions can carry severe consequences including financial debt, loss of jobs, destroyed relationships, physical and mental illness, severe anxiety, depression and even suicidal ideation.
Behavioural addictions require professional treatment. Behavioural rehab provides the best in tailored behavioural therapies that can not be accessed to the same degree of speciality or intensity on the NHS.
A behavioural addiction is where an individual becomes addicted to a particular behaviour/activity to the point where it becomes detrimental to their mental, physical, social and spiritual health.
The individual has no control to resist these behaviours and they are carried out compulsively, even when there is a desire to stop and negative consequences are being accumulated
The brain will receive pleasurable rewards as a result of the behaviour but will become tolerant over time. The individual is then compelled to take bigger risks with their behaviour in order to satisfy the brain, which will have rewired itself to compulsively feed the addiction.
Which Rehab offers a number of behavioural rehab treatment options, that offer many benefits to an individual that is struggling with a behavioural problem or addiction, including:
Behavioural addiction can be successfully treated with an individualised treatment programme. Therapies that have been proven to work in helping an individual to overcome a behavioural addiction include:
Whatever your budget, circumstances or location, Which Rehab can conduct a free of charge, no-obligation assessment of your treatment needs. From there, we can formulate a professional treatment plan ensuring that all elements of your treatment requirements are addressed comprehensively.
Those that suffer from a behavioural addiction, often suffer from an alcohol or drug problem in addition. This is not uncommon. They may also suffer from a dual diagnosis illness, such as Post-traumatic Stress (PTSD) Anxiety Disorder, Depression, Borderline Personality Disorder (BPD) or Bipolar Disorder.
It is critical that all illnesses presenting are addressed comprehensively and simultaneously in order to safeguard against relapse.
Call us now for advice and help on accessing the best behavioural rehab for your individual needs.