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What is Alcohol Addiction

Alcohol addiction is one of the very serious epidemics plaguing nations worldwide. It refers to habitual drinking habits or over-consumption of alcohol which results in decreased performance of an individual and their health. The disease affects the nervous system and prevents any medication or antibiotic from positively affecting those that take it.

People who get addicted to alcohol tend to misbehave and act violently and lose sense of direction in their life. It also impairs their physical and mental balance.

The type of alcohol treatment you receive depends upon the severity of your alcoholism and your resources. Generally speaking most people who are alcohol dependant will require a medically monitored alcohol detox program and a stay in an alcohol rehab program.  

Alcohol detox, usually takes place within an alcohol rehab in a medically monitored alcohol detox unit. Alcohol detox, is the process by which all alcohol withdrawal symptoms are medically managed as alcohol use is discontinued. During alcohol detox, medications are prescribed to make the patient more comfortable during the alcohol withdrawal phase and alcohol detox can take between five and seven days depending upon the extent of one’s alcoholism. If a person is using drugs in conjunction with alcohol, alcohol detox may take a little longer and can be a bit more complicated. This being the case, it is imperative that you provide the alcohol rehab program with exact information upon entering alcohol detox.

With alcohol abuse, the intense cravings found with alcoholism are not evident. A person can be considered to be suffering from alcohol abuse when he or she has experienced one or more of the following situations within a 12-month period:

The effects of alcohol abuse can be quite sobering. In fact, nearly 100,000 Americans die each year as a direct result of alcohol abuse. It also plays a huge role in social and domestic problems such as, crimes like child or spouse abuse and property damage as well as job absenteeism.


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