Jobs. Relationships. Health. So Much Can Be Lost to Alcoholism – If You Allow it
To find out if you need alcohol detox, ask yourself a few questions. What has alcohol addiction stolen from your life? Happiness? Income? A spouse? A parent? A friend?
Long-term alcohol abuse can cause cravings that are so intense, the drinker might do anything it takes to satisfy this urge. Even at the expense of those closest to them. Beyond the emotional, economic, and behavioral impact – alcohol abuse can inflict extreme physical damage, such as heart disease or liver failure.
Whether it’s you or a family member that is suffering from alcoholism – certainly you have experienced some of the damage that comes from a severe drinking problem. This disease is one that truly impacts more than just the user – everyone closest to the addict suffers.
Get Through Alcohol Withdrawal – Safely and Effectively
Long-term alcohol abuse alters the user’s brain chemistry and creates a physical dependence on the substance. The fierce intensity of these cravings is enough to drive the person to wreak havoc and destruction on their own lives in order to satisfy the urge for alcohol – at any cost.
Unbind the chains of alcohol addiction. The first step is to go through alcohol detox in order to purge the alcohol-related substances from the body.
However, once the body has become dependant on alcohol for a long period of time, removing the substance poses special considerations for safety. At All About Recovery, we provide safe medical alcohol detox that is monitored by a qualified detox physician that can manage side effects.
Don’t Suffer. Get the Help You Need… NOW
Your future is not yet decided. You don’t have to end up like other addicts you know that wound up incarcerated. On the streets. Dead.
All About Recovery is ready to empower you or your loved one with our drug and alcohol recovery services.
It’s your life. Take it back by calling us now: (888) 712-8480.
What is Alcohol Detox?
Expulsion of alcohol-related chemicals from the body is known as alcohol detox. While each patient’s detox will vary depending on their level and history of abuse – on average the process takes between three and seven days.
During this time, alcohol withdrawal has the potential to induce the following symptoms:
- GI problems such as nausea, vomiting, and diarrhea
- Sensitivity to light
- Headaches and migraines
- Difficulty sleeping
- Shaking and tremors
- Excessive perspiration
Kick Alcohol Out of Your Life For Good
Without professional help, people often relapse just to avoid the nasty effects of alcohol detox. Paradoxically, this detox is needed to move on to the next phase of recovery. Balanced treatment for alcoholism includes a comprehensive rehabilitation program after the detox phase to learn how to battle cravings on a daily basis. Unique to alcohol in contrast to other substances, if the fact that it is legal and present in everyday life, making it nearly impossible to avoid entirely. This reality makes it even more important that behavioral coping skills are learned to combat the urge to relapse.
If you or a loved one is ready to beat alcoholism for good, call us now at (888) 712-8480.