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Alcohol Rehab

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Alcohol Treatment Center Washington, DC is helping people recover from substance abuse, regardless of their age or history. Drug and alcohol addiction destroys families, friendships, and relationships. All to often, those people suffering from drug and alcohol dependency don’t understand how to get help or who to ask. A cultural stigma of fear and disgrace keep them silent, making recovery more difficult. Put a stop the endless cycle of negativity! Alcohol Recovery Services recognizes that everybody has the power to change their life for the better and break free of addiction. To speak with an addiction professional, call 202 629-0970 as soon as possible!

Risks of Alcoholism and Alcohol Abuse

Alcohol plays a complex role in many physical illnesses, health complications, and psychological disorders. The best known effect of alcohol and drug addiction is liver damage, such as steatosis (fatty liver), alcoholic hepatitis (liver inflammation), fibrosis (formation of excessive tissue in the liver), and cirrhosis (hardening). The liver processes and cleanses toxins from the body, so a non-functioning liver cause a slow and painful death. Many other organs are at risk as well, including the pancreas, which can produce toxic substances in the presence of alcohol, leading to pancreatitis. Cancers of the mouth, esophagus, throat, liver, and breasts are a common consequence of alcohol consumption. Additionally, drinking – even binge drinking on a single occasion – cripples the immune system and can make users prone to illnesses like pneumonia and infection. Heart damage, stretching of the heart muscle, irregular heartbeat, and stroke are also not uncommon medical conditions that alcoholics and alcohol abusers suffer from.

The mind can also be adversely affected by alcohol use. Even occasionally drinking too much (binging) has unwanted side effects, such as:

  • reduced inhibitions
  • motor impairment
  • confusion
  • coma
  • breathing complications
  • death

Alcohol has many adverse consequences on the body, and alcohol use disorders often accompany other disorders. Alcohol Addiction Treatment Washington, DC offers rehabilitation aimed at addressing all aspects of alcohol use including other psychological issues compounded by alcohol use disorders.

Other dangers of drinking are:

  • automotive accidents
  • violent and dangerous habits
  • suicide
  • homicide

Individualized Treatment Plans

Everyone is unique, even in recovery, so no two people have the same rehabilitation needs. Programs at Alcohol Intervention Services Washington, DC are both reasonably priced and effective. They can be completed in one, two, or three months, depending on the particular circumstances of each person. Normally, the longer an addict stays in rehab, the more effective therapy is, and the more prepared they are to maintain their sobriety goals. Each client is evaluated during the intake process at Alcohol Intervention Treatment in order to design the most efficient and most effective therapy programs for them. The treatments offer the great affordable outpatient prices, mixed with the same twenty-four hour monitored care that would be expected in high quality inpatient facilities.

How Hope Addiction Rehab Services Will Help

Detox is sometimes an important process, but whether or not detox is required before rehab can begin depends on the seriousness of the alcohol use disorder. Detoxing without medical assistance is very hazardous for profound alcoholics, and can be life-threatening. Consequences of withdrawing from alcohol can vary from moderate to severe, including:

  • convulsions
  • irritability
  • headache
  • vomiting
  • trouble sleeping
  • palpitations
  • pupils of different sizes
  • confusion
  • black outs

With the assistance of Alcohol Detox Centers‘ skilled medical staff, alcoholics can detoxify in a controlled environment. Detoxification must be utilized to help the addict withdraw from their substance of abuse, and shouldn’t be confused with treatment. Treatment, or rehab, is the only way that an addict can truly recover from an alcohol use disorder. For additional information about alcohol use disorders, locations of rehab programs, or for advice about coping with substance abuse, please call Hope Addiction Rehab Services’ alcohol recovery professionals at 202-629-0970.