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Alcohol Abuse Treatment Centers Arizona is helping people recover from alcohol and drug abuse, regardless of their age or history. Frequently, people stand by helplessly as alcohol and drug addiction sabotages their family, friendships, and professional successes. They give into despair because they don’t know where to turn for assistance, or even if they can be helped at all. Fear and disgrace keep them silent, complicating their recovery. Recovery could also be impeded by a culture that keeps addicts and addiction quiet out of humiliation or shame. Stop the cycle of abuse today! Programs Recovery Centers treatment at drug and alcohol abuse from physical and psychological standpoints, making it possible for anyone to fight alcohol and drug dependency and begin changing their life for the better. Speak with a recovery professional about how to end substance abuse; call 480 351-1661 as soon as possible!

Risks of Alcoholism and Alcohol Abuse

Many physical diseases, health problems, and psychological disorders are a result of the complicated ways alcohol affects the human body. Perhaps the best known consequence of alcohol consumption is liver problems, including steatosis (fatty liver), alcoholic hepatitis (liver irritation), fibrosis (formation of excessive tissue within the liver), and cirrhosis (hardening). Since the liver is the organ responsible for cleansing toxins from the body, a poorly functioning liver can and does result in death. Other organs are also in danger, like the pancreas, which creates toxins when in the presence of alcohol, leading to pancreatitis. Many sorts of cancer can result from alcohol consumption, too, such as cancer of the mouth, esophagus, throat, liver, and breast. All drinking – even rare incidents of excessive drinking – cripples the immune system makes users vulnerable to diseases like pneumonia and tuberculosis. Heart damage, stretching of the heart muscle, irregular heartbeat, and stroke are also not unusual health conditions that alcoholics and alcohol abusers endure.

Alcohol has many negative side effects on the body and the brain. Even occasional binge drinking has negative side effects, including:

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

People who habitually misuse alcohol are often affected by emotional problems and other mental disorders, but their bodies suffer as well. Alcohol Abuse Addiction Center addresses clients that are not only affected by alcohol use disorders, but other mental disorders that regularly accompany it. Other risks of consuming alcohol include:

  • car injuries
  • violent and unsafe habits
  • suicide
  • homicide

Individualized Rehabilitation Programs

A custom-designed therapy plan is without a doubt the best approach for addressing alcohol and drug dependency since everyone is an individual with unique needs. At Alcohol Rehabilitation Services Mesa, rehabilitation programs can be completed in twenty-eight days, sixty days, or ninety days, depending on the client’s rehabilitation needs, and are all treatment plans are affordable and effective. It is sometimes possible to reach long term sobriety in a one month program, but in most cases the longer the period of rehab lasts, the more likely it is that the patient will achieve their sobriety goals. At Alcohol Rehabilitation Services Mesa, AZ, every client’s individual situation is examined during the intake period, and the most efficient and most effective treatment plans are designed. They not only provide specially-designed rehabilitation plans at affordable outpatient prices, but their programs include the twenty-four hour monitored care expected in top quality, inpatient facilities.

How Hope Substance Abuse Rehabilitation Will Help

Detoxification is sometimes an essential procedure, but it depends on the extent of the alcohol use disorder whether or not detox is required before treatment can begin. Detoxing without clinical assistance is extremely harmful for chronic alcoholics, and may even be life-threatening. Consequences of withdrawing from alcohol vary from moderate to deadly, and include:

  • irritability
  • headache
  • vomiting
  • insomnia
  • rapid heart rate
  • dilated pupils
  • convulsions
  • confusion
  • black outs

Those suffering from alcohol use disorders can detox in a monitored environment, supervised by Addiction Treatment Center Recovery‘s trained clinical personnel. Rehabilitation for alcohol use disorders is vital, since detox only breaks the physical dependence to the substance. Treatment, or rehab, is the only sure way to reach recovery. For more information about alcohol use disorders, locations of treatment programs, or for advice about dealing with substance abuse, please call Hope Substance Abuse Rehabilitation’s alcohol abuse recovery specialists at 480-351-1661.