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Inpatient Detoxification Services in Sale

Last Updated: June 24th, 2015

There are many different kinds of addictions, from alcohol to drugs like cannabis and cocaine, to prescription medication and gambling.

Our alcohol rehabilitation centres offer counselling and support to the people of Sale and the surrounding Greater Manchester area. Call 0808 163 9632 for immediate access.

Addiction Helpline is at the centre of alcohol rehab. UK nonprofit organisations such as ours offer 24 HR access to qualified professional counsellors in Sale, at no cost. They can tell you about the resources available at our local addiction treatment centres.

Situated on the south bank of the River Mersey, the town of Sale is in Greater Manchester in the North of England. It has 134,022 residents and 0.25%% of the populace of England. The townspeople of Sale have had to cope with the same problems as other Greater Manchester folk, and that includes issues with alcohol.

If you live in or nearby Sale and are struggling with alcohol, then you are not alone. Those feeling low, and in need of support, can call us. We are waiting to hear from you. If it sometimes seems that no one understands what you're going through, then Addiction Helpline certainly does, and we are here to help.

Find out more the detoxification and withdrawal treatments we provide, by contacting our alcohol and drug rehab clinics in your area. Addiction Helpline has the programs available to put you on the road to recovery.

With 109,423 Sale townspeople of legal drinking age out of it's total populace of 134,022, National figures may indicate that for Sale:

  • 7,391 Sale men are regular drinkers
  • 4,935 female Sale townspeople are habitual drinkers
  • 11,839 Sale women and men are very frequent drinkers
  • With 22,054 Sale townspeople in the town of 65 and over, 2,488 men in Sale aged 65 and over are most likely to drink regularly with 1,573 female Sale townspeople of the same age also drinking very often .
  • 3,970 Sale townspeople over 65 drunk alcohol on five days or more in the last seven days : a higher amount than any other age group
  • 662 Sale townspeople aged sixty five and over that could be abusing alcohol
  • 2,555 school children in Sale may have drunk alcohol in the last week
  • 745 11-15 year old Sale townspeople in the town drink regularily every week
  • 43 eleven year olds in Sale think it is normal practice to get drunk weekly.
  • 751 15 year old Sale townspeople think it's normal to get drunk once a week
  • 1,701 16-24 men in Sale might be consuming more than double the medical alcohol consumption guidelines.
  • 1,446 16-24 year olds could also be drinking too much
  • 4,257 sixteen to twenty four year old Sale townspeople have perhaps drunk very heavily at least once in the previous 7 days.

References:

  1. Office for National Statistics - Marriages in England and Wales (Provisional)
  2. Health and Social Care Information Centre - Statistics on Alcohol: England, 2013
  3. Office for National Statistics - Drinking Habits Amongst Adults, 2012
  4. Relate - Separation and Divorce Statistics
  5. Drink Aware
  6. Alcoholics Anonymous (AA)

Alcohol Rehab in Sale

If you are based in Sale in Greater Manchester and need to enter rehab, telephone our alcohol treatment centres for immediate advice. Email our alcohol and drug rehab clinics in private, using the contact form on this page. Our support line is open to all, including family members, friends and workmates who are worried that alcohol addiction is affecting someone close to them.

Calls to our alcohol and drug rehabilitation centres are strictly confidential. We will not ever share your private details with anyone.

AH can help you through alcohol and drug rehab. UK networks like ours have the qualified staff to deal with any addiction issue.

Addiction Helpline alcohol treatment options include:

  • Alcohol Rehab: fast access to alcohol or drug rehab clinics in or near Sale (within 24hrs).
  • Counselling: At home counselling service in Sale.
  • Greater Manchester Home Detox: At home outpatient alcohol or drug rehab treatment and detoxification plan, using medication.
  • Greater Manchester Alcohol Guidance: Advice on all Sale based addiction services, including drug and alcohol rehab centres.
  • We can help locals bypass Sale local health board red tape and get you rapid expert assistance and support.
  • Greater Manchester Residential Detox: Residential in-patient detox programs in alcohol rehabilitation centres in Sale.

Make today the day you save yourself or someone you worry about. You are only a 5 minute call away from success.

Contact our alcohol and drug rehab centres on 0808 1639632 and speak to an advisor today.



Alcohol Addiction

Alcohol Addiction Destroys Everything

If alcohol abuse were a path to happiness, it would be wrong to try to convince people to give up this behaviour. The reality is though, that far from being a path to happiness this behaviour is a path to hell. Alcohol addiction destroys everything – not only for the individual but also for their loved ones. Nobody ever asks to become addicted to this substance, but it is completely up to the individual to escape the abuse. There are plenty of resources available to help people break away from this type of addiction once they have developed the willingness to do this.

What is Alcohol Addiction?

One of the most confusing things about addiction to alcohol is the terms used to describe the situation. Some experts will talk about alcohol dependence, while others will refer to the same condition as alcoholism or alcohol addiction. There can be some disagreement about what is meant by these terms but generally speaking:

  • Alcohol abuse – this means that the individual is drinking at a level that it is likely to be bad for their health. This would mean that they are drinking more than the recommended 21 units per week (where the units are spread out over the week).

  • Alcohol problem – this means that the individual is getting into trouble because of their alcohol use.

  • Alcohol dependency – the individual is psychological or physically dependent on alcohol – usually both.

  • Alcoholism – this means that the individual is physically and psychologically dependent. It is often used by people who believe in the disease theory of addiction.

  • Alcohol addiction – this term gets used interchangeably with alcohol dependency and alcoholism.

The terms used can be confusing, but it is important not to become too focused on the terminology. The important thing is that the individual is having problems with alcohol, and they need to change this behaviour. If the person is not physically or psychologically dependent they may be able to drink safely in the future, but once they have crossed the line into addiction, the only real solution is lifelong abstinence from alcohol.

Signs of Alcohol Addiction

The following are just some of the most common signs of alcohol addiction, and this is not an exhaustive list. It is also not necessary for the individual to have all or even most of these symptoms for them to be dealing with an alcohol addiction. Some of the signs of this condition would include:

  • The person has an increased tolerance for alcohol. This means that they need to drink more in order to get the same effect that they once had achieved with less.

  • The individual suffers withdrawal symptoms when they try to stop or reduce their intake of alcohol. This is an almost certain sign of physical dependence.

  • The person may experience blackouts – this means that there are periods of time when they are intoxicated that they are unable to remember later. Although this symptom is commonly associated with alcohol addiction, some individuals may not experience it – or not notice that they have memory blackouts.

  • The individual regularly has hangovers.

  • The person’s alcohol intake is getting in the way of their ability to take care of work, family, or social commitments.

  • The individual may regularly do things that they regret while under the influence of alcohol.

  • They have tried to reduce their intake of alcohol, but they are unable to maintain this for any real length of time. The individual may also have a history of trying to quit but later relapsing.

  • The person is sometimes worried about their alcohol intake.

  • They may become defensive when other people mention their drinking. This is usually because of being caught in denial.

  • The person may have lost interest in activities that they once used to enjoy – all they want to do now is drink.

  • The person may feel reluctant to go places unless there is going to be alcohol involved. They will consume alcohol before going to a party because they worry that there will not be enough alcohol there.

  • They feel the need to hide the extent of their alcohol consumption.

  • They have developed financial problems because of their drinking.

  • The individual spends an increasing amount of time thinking about alcohol.

  • Other people have expressed concern about their drinking.

  • The individual has developed legal problems because of their drinking.

  • They have a decreased interest in taking care of their physical appearance and personal hygiene.

  • The person continues to consume alcohol even though it is obviously causing them harm. This is an almost certain sign that the individual has become addicted to this substance.

How to Escape Alcohol Addiction

Alcohol addiction is sometimes described as being like a lift in a building that is always descending – it is up to the individual to decide at which floor they will get off. The longer that the person remains addicted, the more they are going to suffer, and if they wait too long they could lose everything including their life. There is no need for the individual to lose one more thing because of their addiction. They can stop now and find happiness in a life free of alcohol addiction.

Our team has a great deal of experience of working with people dealing with an alcohol addiction. We will be able to recommend a treatment plan that will allow you to break away from addiction. Many of our team have had personal experience with addiction, so they know where you are coming from. 


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