Which Rehab Addiction Blog

Suffering from Lapse blog image

Relapse or Lapse?

5th April 2022

In addiction recovery, whenever a person returns to active involvement with their drug or behaviour of choice, it is considered a relapse that requires an appropriate response. However small it seems, any slip back into addictive behaviour, especially substance use, must be addressed swiftly and appropriately. Exactly how it is dealt with can be crucial.…

Read More
Alcohol addiction affecting your liver

How Does Alcohol Affect The Liver?

28th March 2022

The liver is one of the most crucial organs in the body, one we rely on to keep us alive. While we can survive with a partial liver, we can’t live without one at all. The liver is responsible for metabolising (breaking down) toxins from medications and alcohol. However, when the liver becomes overburdened, the…

Read More
selection of alcohol contributing to alcohol addiction

Are My Drinking Habits A Problem?

9th March 2022

Sometimes drinking habits can become problematic without you realising, and quite often an event occurs that will leave you concerned about the amount of alcohol you’re consuming. It’s important that you are honest with yourself about the extent of your alcohol use to prevent further damage to your mental and physical well-being.   What is…

Read More
choosing a Rehab with Which Rehab

Things to Consider When Choosing a Rehab

11th February 2022

Deciding to seek help for addiction is a big step and can often feel daunting. The fear of the unknown, paired with the added pressure of making the right choice is an overwhelming feat. Whether you’re looking to start treatment yourself, or you’re helping a loved one choose a clinic, there are several factors that…

Read More
alcohol addiction statistics

Alcohol Addiction Statistics in UK

22nd November 2021

Alcoholism, also referred to as alcohol use disorder has always been a major problem in the UK. However, in the last five decades alcoholism rates have increased by more than 50 percent, resulting in a huge rise in alcohol-related deaths, illness, mental health issues, and hospital admissions. When discussing alcoholism, many think about middle-aged people…

Read More