For an individual suffering from alcoholism, a residential treatment program may be the best option for detoxing, healing, and living an alcohol free life.

Alive Recovery empathizes with those who have a tough coming to terms with their alcohol abuse.  They often question if they are consuming too much or try to convince themselves they can easily stop the behavior on their own.

Unfortunately, it’s not that simple.


Symptoms of Alcoholism

Here’s a generic checklist which helps those abusing alcohol determine if they indeed have a problem.  This list is also used by their loved ones, who at times, may deny a problem exits even though they instinctively know alcoholism is present.

It includes the following:

  • The inability to control the amount of alcohol consumed
  • As time moves on, drinking more to get the same affect
  • Failed attempts when trying to quit drinking
  • Encounter withdrawal symptoms such as sweating, nausea, and anxiety
  • Consuming alcohol to the point of passing out
  • Drinking alone and/or feeling guilty
  • Concealing empty bottles and lying about drinking

Those who abuse alcohol have a difficult time stopping even though negative consequences have emerged such as loss of work, family hardships and legal problems.

Alive Recovery can help clients “love life” once again through sobriety.


Treatment For Alcoholism

Alive Recovery has teamed up with the most proficient treatment centers across the nation.  These licensed facilities offer results-driven programs to help clients become healthy.  Typically, team members include a board certified physician, board certified psychiatrist, advanced degreed therapists, nursing team, addiction counselors, dietitians, recreational specialists, and other professionals.

Recovery programs may vary for each client, but general treatments include:

  • Conducting a comprehensive medical exam and obtaining medical history
  • Evaluating the substance abuse
  • Implementing the detox process, when recommended
  • Determining a dual-diagnosis
  • Conducting individual therapy
  • Conducting group therapy, when recommended
  • Recognizing triggers for alcohol abuse
  • Crafting a relapse prevention model through tools
  • Initiating activities such as exercise and meditation
  • Conducting family therapy, when recommended
  • Preparing for reintegration and locating support groups

One phone call can make a difference.


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