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For many, enjoying a drink is a harmless pleasure, however, when alcohol use becomes more frequent it can lead to dependency. Without alcohol treatment and rehabilitation this dependency can cause serious long-term problems and may even be fatal.
When you are dependent on alcohol to function in daily life, this can have a negative impact on the relationships with those people closest to you, and lead to problems in your work and social life. Alcohol rehab and counseling can help to reduce the impact of alcohol dependency.
However, there are common misconceptions about alcoholism, which can lead to a delay in seeking help. You might believe that a lack of withdrawal symptoms or social problems means that your alcohol dependence is not a problem. However, many heavy drinkers, particularly women, can develop cirrhosis and liver failure caused by a tolerance to alcohol that has minimized their withdrawal symptoms.
In addition, while continuous heavy drinking can lead to a greater risk of physical illness, intermittent heavy drinking (benders or binges) may also cause severe problems, especially from a social perspective. Even if you are abstinent most of the time, a marked dependence means that when you start drinking, you can quickly revert to your previous degree of dependence and lose control.
We understand embarking upon recovery can be an emotionally turbulent time for you. With this in mind, Addiction Detox Centers offers a free initial assessment with an experienced therapist to help you discuss your addiction in confidence.
If you are already thinking about seeking help for your alcohol addiction, then you have admitted that you have a problem and need help, which is a significant first step. Our nationwide network of specialist consultants and therapists has treated thousands of people to overcome their addiction successfully.
Are you aware of the symptoms of alcohol addiction?
Alcohol dependence includes both physical symptoms, the effect withdrawal syndrome, along with the more common psychological symptoms. These can indicate that a person is at risk of physical dependence. Psychological symptoms of alcoholism include:
Inflexible pattern of alcohol use
Prioritizing alcohol over other activities
Appearance of withdrawal symptoms
Reinstatement after abstinence
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Addiction Detox Center is a premium placement service specializing in detox of drug and alcohol dependency. The centers we work with are accredited by the Joint Commission & National Association of Addiction Treatment providers.
1. Contact us via phone or contact form
2. We will discuss the issue you are facing and start an assessment evaluation. At this stage some basic details may be taken and we will verify insurance. Note that this call will be free and completely confidential.
3. Once verified and the right program has been selected, you will speak with a location staff member to go through a detailed assessment form and discuss funding options.
4. Prior to admissions you will need to provide reports and medical information. No admissions will be possible without providing information relevant to your health.
6. An admission date will then be given to you. In most cases we can have you join a program the same day.
7. Addiction Detox Centers can help arrange flight, transportation, and other services you may need.
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