Alcohol Treatment and
Long-term recovery for an
alcohol-addicted person is possible. Regardless of what other programs may say,
alcoholism is not an incurable disease. Alcohol abuse solutions do exist.
We offer an alcohol
rehabilitation treatment with one of the the highest success rate in the
nation: over 70% compared to the industry of less than 20%.
program addresses the underlying problem associated with alcohol abuse and
alcoholism. We help people regain their self-resepect, personal responsibility,
and responsibility for others to be able to put the past behind them and
permanently recover from alcohol addiction.
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Signs and Symptoms of Alcohol
There are so many different side
effects associated with drinking alcohol...from the sublime to the
extreme. There are the physical manifestations from a one time use to a
white-collar worker not able to get through the day with out surreptitiously
imbibing. Teens and pre-teens in greater numbers are testing the drug invested
waters with inebriation as their first gradient step. News stories about
college dorms time and time again report initiating type "drinking games" with
There are several tell tell signs of alcohol
abuse, but in this day and age where drinking has become the norm it can be
difficult to know whether someone is in trouble. People drink socially or to
unwind with a glass of wine during dinner. But there comes a line that is
crossed where abuse comes into play and the drinker is at risk of harming
themselves and others around them. Alcohol abuse has become a serious problem
in this society. According to WebMD, 30% of U.S. adults have experienced
alcohol abuse or alcoholism.
Alcohol Abuse Hotline
Drug and alcohol rehabilitation for the alcoholic
is possible. If you are seeking an alcoholism treatment center for yourself or
for someone you know, the first step is in education for yourself. It's
important to know that drug and alcohol abuse is a symptom of an underlying
problem. Treating the symptoms only would be a disservice to the addict.
Relapse could be just a stressful situation away.
counselors are standing by to answer your questions. Enough is enough. Let us
help you get started on a better life.
The Basics of Alcohol
The Life Cycle and
Mechanics of Addiction Part I
By Gary W.
Whether a person is genetically or bio-chemically
predisposed to addiction or alcoholism is a controversy that has been debated
for years within the scientific, medical and chemical dependency communities.
One school of thought advocates the disease concept which embraces
the notion that addiction is an inherited disease, and that the individual is
permanently ill at a genetic level, even...
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