Addiction is a complex psychiatric and psychological illness that affects multiple areas of a person’s life. The UK, in particular, seems to have the highest incidence of drug misuse among all European countries, with around one-third of its population using mood-altering substances of any type at least once in their lives.
Regardless of the addiction type, its treatment requires individualised modalities and interventions that eradicate the root cause of the disease while addressing its symptoms and effects on different areas of an individual’s life. These areas include their physical and mental health, their ability to socialise in public, and the consequences of their addictive behaviours at home, school, work, or with the law.
Fortunately, multiple types of addiction therapy are readily available and easily accessible to people in the UK to control the prevalence and mortalities related to addiction. This article will highlight some of the most common alcohol and drug addiction therapy types, their benefits, and their implications.
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