Treatment Facility for

Drug and Alcohol Addiction

Alcohol is a CNS depressant, and when taken with stimulants such as cocaine or amphetamines, alcohol can decrease the effectiveness of the stimulant, which can increase the likelihood of
an overdose. In certain cases, using recreational drugs can lead to long-term mental health problems. For example, taking they might
lead to depression or schizophrenia. Or they may cause similar feelings to those you already experience as part of a mental health problem.
Side effects, also known as adverse reactions, are unwanted undesirable effects that are possibly related to a drug. Side effects can vary
from minor problems like a runny nose to life-threatening events, such as a heart attack or liver damage. Drug misuse can cause changes to the brain’s structure and function, making people more likely to develop a mental health condition like depression. Changes in the brain associated with depression can also increase the rewarding effects of some substances, making people more likely to develop substance use disorder. Taking part in risky behaviors such as drink driving or unprotected sex.

*Changes in behavior such as mood swings or increased aggression toward others.
*Impacts on sleep or experiencing insomnia.
*Cognitive/memory problems.
*Reduced appetite or not eating a balanced diet.
*Regular colds and flu.


Physical & Mental Health

It means honoring your physical and mental needs so your body can function properly, feeding your cells the nutrients
that will keep your body working well your, resting well, exercising, and managing your stress. Exercise can boost your mood, concentration and alertness. It can even help give you a positive outlook on life.
The link between exercise and mental health is complicated. Inactivity can be both a cause and a consequence of mental illness.

*Tips for improving your mental wellbeing
*Try to relax and reduce stress.
*Find ways to learn and be creative.
*Spend time in nature.
*Connect with others.
*Look after your physical health.
*Try to improve your sleep.

Treating Mild

Psychological Disorder

Many people also experience stigma, discrimination and violations of human rights.
*Anxiety Disorders. …
*Depression. …
*Bipolar Disorder. …
*Post-Traumatic Stress Disorder (PTSD) …
*Schizophrenia. …
*Eating Disorders. …
*Disruptive behaviour and dissocial disorders. …
*Neurodevelopmental disorders.
Right now, nearly 10 million Americans are living with a serious mental disorder. The most common are anxiety disorders major depression and bipolar disorder. 

Here are some 12 quick steps in BSL you can use to improve your mental health.

*Talk about your feelings. Tell your friends and family about how you feel. …
*Be active. 
*Eat healthy food. 
*Drink sensibly. 
*Keep in contact with friends and loved ones. 
*Think about seeing a therapist. 
*Take a break. 
*Do something you enjoy.

Counselling &


Aftercare is a way of helping your body and mind adjust while those chemicals fade away — not to mention a great tactic to help avoid post-coital dysphoria (PCD), otherwise known as the “post-sex blues” or the sad or irritable feelings that may arise after having consensual sex. Aftercare is the help you will get in the community after you leave hospital. This can cover all kinds of things like healthcare, social care and supported accommodation. After care is a program of outpatient treatment and support services provided for individuals discharged from an institution, such as a hospital or mental health facility, to help maintain improvement, prevent relapse, and aid adjustment of the individual to the community.

One to one counselling and group counselling plays an important role when someone is attending aftercare program.