Alcohol Rehab

Rehab Care Treatment Services – Call (720) 450-8629 to Find Help Today!

Alcohol Addiction Center Lakewood, CO can help anyone recover from drug and alcohol abuse, regardless of their age or circumstances. Drug and alcohol dependency makes people feel like they are trapped, with no way out, and nowhere to turn for help. Drug and alcohol addiction rehabilitation is made difficult by feelings of fear, shame, and other negative emotions that keep people silent. Stop the damaging cycle of dependency today! Alcohol Abuse Rehab Lakewood believes that everyone has the power to change their lives for the better, and break free of addiction. Talk to an addiction specialist to start down the road towards recovery; call 720 450-8629 now!

Risks of Alcoholism and Alcohol Dependency

Many health complications and mental problems are a result of the complicated ways alcohol affects the human body. Perhaps the most well-known consequence of drug and alcohol dependency is liver damage, like steatosis (fatty liver), alcoholic hepatitis (liver inflammation), fibrosis (formation of excessive tissue within the liver), and cirrhosis (hardening). Since the liver is responsible for removing toxins from the body, a malfunctioning liver can and does result in death. Other organs are also at risk, such as the pancreas, which secretes poisonous substances if alcohol is consumed, and can result in pancreatitis. Cancer of the mouth, esophagus, throat, liver, and breasts can also be a result of alcohol abuse. Additionally, drinking – even binge drinking on a single occasion – impairs the immune system and makes users susceptible to sicknesses like pneumonia and influenza. Heart conditions, like stretching of the heart muscle and irregular heartbeat, and stroke are ubiquitous health problems faced alcoholics and alcohol abusers.

Unwanted side effects on the body and the mind are a normal consequence of alcohol use. Even occasional binge drinking has negative consequences, like:

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

People who continuously consume an excessive amount of alcohol frequently suffer from alcohol use disorders. Colorado Alcohol Rehabilitation Centers treats not only alcohol use disorders, but other psychological disorders that generally accompany it. Other dangers of drinking are:

  • automotive injuries
  • violent and unsafe behavior
  • suicide
  • homicide

Customized Rehabilitation Plans

Since each person has unique needs, people are more successful in recovery when they are provided with customized treatment plans. Alcohol Addiction Program creates reasonably priced, effective rehab programs that can be completed in one, two, or three months, depending on the patient’s requirements. It’s sometimes possible to reach long term sobriety in a one month program, but most often the longer treatment lasts the better the chances that the addict will be able to achieve their sobriety goals. Drug Recovery Rehabilitation takes the time to evaluate every client’s unique situation and develop a comprehensive treatment plan that meets their needs exactly. They provide an excellent combination of affordable outpatient prices with the same 24-hour monitored care that would be expected in high quality inpatient facilities.

How Rehab Care Treatment Services Can Help

Depending on the severity of the alcohol use disorder, detox may be required before treatment can begin. Detoxing without medical assistance is hazardous for chronic alcoholics, and may even be deadly. Side effects of withdrawing from alcohol range from mild to very dangerous, and include:

  • convulsions
  • irritability
  • headache
  • nausea
  • insomnia
  • palpitations
  • pupils different size
  • visual hallucinations
  • black outs

People who from alcohol use disorders can detoxify in a safe setting, with their health monitored at all times by Programs Rehabilitation Treatment’s trained medical staff. It is very important to obtain treatment after detox, since detox only allows the addict to withdraw physically from their substance of abuse. To actually experience recovery, rehab (or treatment) is really the best option. For more details about alcohol use disorders, locations of treatment facilities, or for advice about dealing with alcoholism, please call Rehab Care Treatment Services’ alcohol abuse recovery experts at 720-450-8629.