Are you or someone close to you battling Zolpidem addiction? If so, you may have reached the point where dependency on the drug has become such a dominant force that you have lost control of the things that have always been most important to you in your life.
We know how difficult it can be to acknowledge that you are addicted to Zolpidem and face up to the idea of getting help, with all the unknown challenges that may come with it.
The team at Delamere are here to show you that recovery can be a positive experience that has a huge impact on your ability to grow into the person you’ve always wanted to be – without Zolpidem hindering your progress.
We’ve elevated the standard of residential addiction care in the UK, providing a medically supervised detoxification phase, a 24/7 onsite medical team, and a customised, comprehensive treatment journey set among a homely, modern and serene environment.
Our guests undergo profound and lasting personal transformations. That’s because we focus on all aspects of addiction – the physical, emotional and psychological. While the symptoms of addiction might be similar, we’re all unique. So, guided by experienced and compassionate experts, our guests co-create their own bespoke programme of treatment
If you want to finally beat Zolpidem addiction, contact our admissions team today and learn more about treatment here at Delamere.
We take residential addiction care to a new level, offering medically managed detoxification, a 24-hour on-site medical team, and a personalised, holistic treatment experience. All within a calm, relaxing and private setting and a nurturing atmosphere.
If you’re looking for support in finally beating your sleeping pill addiction and growing into the person you’ve always wanted to be, get in touch with the team of experts today and find out more about treatment at Delamere.
Zolpidem addiction can look different from person to person, but signs that you or someone you know may have a problem with Zolpidem dependence could include:
Regular consumption of Zolpidem beyond the prescribed limit
An increasing tolerance, requiring higher dosages to achieve the same effects
Intense cravings for the drug
Continued use of Zolpidem despite adverse consequences
Neglecting responsibilities or hobbies due to Zolpidem use
Difficulty sleeping without the drug
Noticeable changes in sleep patterns
Excessive mood swings or erratic behaviour
Lack of focus or cognitive impairment
Secretive behaviour, including hiding drug usage
Frequent health complaints without a visible cause
Changes in appearance, such as sudden weight loss or gain
Physical symptoms of Zolpidem addiction
Prolonged Zolpidem use can cause various physical symptoms, such as:
Coordination problems and unsteady movement
Digestive issues like nausea, vomiting or constipation
Persistent fatigue or sluggishness
Rapid heartbeat or palpitations
Shaking, tremors, or muscle weakness
Psychological symptoms of Zolpidem addiction
Zolpidem addiction can also lead to significant psychological symptoms, including:
Memory problems and confusion
Anxiety, depression, or mood swings
Agitation or restlessness
Hallucinations or bizarre behaviour
Suicidal thoughts or tendencies
Additional adverse effects of addiction
Addiction can significantly impact other areas of your life:
Financial consequences: Zolpidem addiction can lead to reduced productivity, job loss, and increased spending on obtaining the drug.
Social consequences: Addicts may isolate themselves from their loved ones, straining relationships and leading to loneliness.
Legal consequences: Illegally sourcing Zolpidem can lead to legal problems and huge stresses on your life.
Martin Preston, Founder & CEO
Choosing to enter rehab for Zolpidem addiction is the first step towards reclaiming your identity and taking control of your life again. And it’s a step you won’t take alone.
We know the journey is tough; the fear of withdrawal, the uncertainty of change, the worry of judgement – we understand all these feelings and we’re here to help you every step of the way.
But imagine the benefits on the horizon – the renewed physical health, the liberation from the control of Zolpidem, the restored relationships and the chance to rebuild a life of fulfilment, happiness, and purpose. Imagine waking up each day with a sense of freedom, unshackled by the need for a pill. That’s the powerful transformation that rehab at Delamere can inspire. It’s more than just the end of addiction, it’s the beginning of the rest of your life.
Here’s what rehab can offer you:
Restoration of physical health
Improvement in mental well-being
Mended relationships and enhanced communication skills
Financial stability and improved productivity
A renewed sense of self-worth and confidence
Delamere is an oasis of calm and tranquillity – a haven where you can focus entirely on your recovery journey, free from the pressures of everyday life.
Our centre is set in the heart of the peaceful Delamere Forest, and has been designed with your comfort and recovery in mind. In fact, many of our former guests have found our en-suite rooms to be more than just a place to rest – instead providing a sanctuary and home away from home during their stay.
With our team of dedicated doctors and nurses by your side around the clock, you’ll always have the support you need, whenever you need it. Your bespoke programme will be packed with a diverse mix of therapies, somatic practices, and mindful exercises, all designed to aid in your recovery.
However, our mission at Delamere extends beyond helping you conquer your addiction. We aim to nurture your growth, inspiring you to flourish and achieve your full potential.
We understand that recovery is a deeply personal journey, unique to every individual. That’s why we don’t follow a ‘one-size-fits-all’ approach. We focus on understanding the root causes that drive your addiction, adopting a holistic outlook that empowers you to take charge of your future.
Taking the first step towards treatment can seem daunting. We know you might have concerns about taking the leap, with particular worries about withdrawal symptoms, the duration of stay, privacy, or a stigma attached to rehab. However, we assure you:
Our clinic provides a medically supervised detox process to manage withdrawal symptoms
We offer flexible treatment plans tailored to your needs
Your privacy is our utmost priority, and all interactions are completely confidential
We foster an environment that removes stigma and promotes acceptance
Embarking on a recovery journey might feel overwhelming, but remember – every significant change begins with a single step. Today can be the day you take that step. Reach out to our team, and together, let’s chart a new course towards a healthier, happier future.
When you arrive, you’ll work with our clinical team to complete a thorough assessment of your physical and psychological health, which will include a number of quick and simple examinations such as breath and urine tests.
If you have become dependent on Zolpidem, the first phase of your care will involve a medically managed detox. This is facilitated on site at Delamere by our experienced medical team. Our primary goal initially is to help you settle in and help your body adjust to life without medication.
We’ll be with you throughout every stage and our 24/7 team of medical experts will monitor your progress and administer medication if necessary.Your comfort is of the utmost importance to us.
Moving into the second week of your treatment, you’ll then begin working alongside a dedicated therapist who will help you create a personalised schedule of counselling sessions and group therapy. It’s our aim to understand and treat the root causes of your addiction so we can ensure your recovery is for the long term.
Again, the idea of counselling may sound daunting to some, but it’s important to note that this stage is all about fostering understanding, promoting growth and encouraging personal progress.
Alex Molyneux, Admissions Manager
We deliver ground-breaking, motivational, and effective treatment experiences, integrating state-of-the-art therapeutic, somatic, and healing practices.
Unlike conventional rehab programmes, we don’t believe in prescriptive or rules-based treatment planning. Instead, we craft a totally bespoke plan and set of practical tools just for you.
Your personalised treatment may encompass any or all of the following:
Professional fitness and nutrition programmes
Yoga, mindfulness, breathwork, and meditation
Creative therapies like art, music and equine therapy
Cognitive Behavioural Therapy (CBT)
Stop. Start. Grow
Your recovery journey from Zolpidem addiction takes the form of a three-stage process that’s carefully designed to deliver the most successful outcomes.
Stage 1: Stop
The first step at Delamere typically lasts around a week and addresses the physical aspects of your recovery, while gently introducing you to therapy and addiction education. This is all about halting your past habits – with a medically managed detox if necessary – stabilising your body and mind, and helping you feel as comfortable as possible.
Light therapy and core assignments are slowly introduced as you start to regain your physical strength – all with the aim of preparing you for the final two stages of our treatment process.
Throughout the ‘Stop’ stage, you will of course have full, unwavering support from our caring nursing professionals and devoted Recovery and Wellbeing teams.
Stage 2: Start
Next, you’ll transition into the ‘Start’ stage, which aims to reveal and understand the psychological root cause of your battle with Zolpidem.
Typically lasting two weeks, this phase will see you working closely with your assigned therapist, who will draw up a bespoke schedule of treatment that will include the likes of workshops, interactive group activities, somatic release work and individual therapy.
This stage also encompasses reflection and processing, utilising both traditional and innovative therapies such as dynamic meditation, body scanning, forest bathing, breathwork, drama and ritual.
Each activity is rooted in evidence-based practices, and our efforts are geared towards achieving lasting, positive outcomes.
Stage 3: Grow
Once you’ve completed the ‘Stop’ and ‘Start’ phases of treatment, you’ll be ready to embrace your life outside of the residence free of your dependency on Zolpidem.
However, in order to ensure you’re able to truly preserve the progress you’ve made with us, the ‘Grow’ phase focuses on helping you rebuild your life, heal relationships and maintain a strong connection with the team here at Delamere.
Remember, you’ll still have access to therapy sessions for up to a year after you leave and will end your treatment with a personalised plan of action for maintaining your amazing progress beyond rehab.
The heart and soul at Delamere are our wonderful colleagues. We are a team of Doctors, Counsellors, Nurses, Mentors, and Well-being guides who are supported by our wonderful domestic team. Many colleagues at Delamere have lived experience of addiction and recovery and as a purpose-led team helping others is our vocation. To read more about our team, please visit our team page.
Yes, each individual who arrives at Delamere will get a completely unique, customised treatment plan – and after-care plan once they complete their treatment.
Delamere offers medically managed detoxification. We have a 24 hour nursing team who are supported by a Doctor who specialises in addiction treatment and mental health care. This level of resource far outweighs what is available at the majority of UK clinics. Given our medical team we are able to offer a detox regime that suits you and your body. Medication can be adjusted throughout to ensure a safe and comfortable withdrawal.
Yes, each guest leaves with a detailed post-treatment plan and can continue to access therapy sessions for up to 12 months.
The minimum length of a residential stay at Delamere is 28 days.
Delamere actively encourages visits from friends and family members. During week 3 of your stay we work with each guest to identify who they would like to invite to our Family & Friends Connection Day. Visits are by appointment only and include a family seminar prior to meeting with loved ones.
Outcomes are the reason we exist. To find out more about how we track and monitor outcomes, please visit https://delamere.com/about/outcomes
Room rates at Delamere start at £18,000 for 28 days and include everything guests need throughout their stay here and during 12 months of weekly aftercare meetings.
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