Alcoholism and Alcoholism Addiction

Alcoholism affects the drinkers themselves, the friends and family of the drinkers and everyone who counts on the drinkers in any way, shape and form. In very tragic circumstances, alcoholism addiction can impact even strangers, if the addict drives drunk or otherwise behaves poorly under the influence of alcohol. Enough is enough. Contact the Drug-Rehab.org rehab placement counselors now to end the alcohol addiction in your life or in the life of someone you love.

The Consequences of Alcoholism

The negative consequences of drinking are both physical and behavioral. Physical side effects of long-term drinking include:

  • Increased risk of heart disease
  • Increased risk of cancer
  • High blood pressure
  • Organ failure
  • Nerve damage
  • Death

Behavioral consequences include:

  • Poor judgment
  • Mood swings
  • Missing work, school and other responsibilities
  • Alienating friends and family

Men who drink more than two drinks per day on a regular basis or more than four drinks in one sitting even on a rare occasion are at risk for damage from excessive alcohol use. Women’s bodies tolerate less alcohol, so it’s more than one drink daily or more than three drinks in one sitting that can cause damage. Of course, some types of alcohol can impact a person more than others and some people have a lower tolerance for alcohol than others. Nevertheless, people who drink frequently or at times during which few others drink, such as in the morning, are at risk for alcohol addiction and the consequences of the addiction.

Alcoholism Addiction and You

In order to overcome alcohol addiction, alcoholics need one of two things: the courage to fight their own addiction or the gentle support of their loved ones to get them to that point. In either case, you need the unbiased, experienced guidance of drug program placement counselors. At Drug-Rehab.org, we help transform lives by referring addicts to the programs that best suit their individual needs.

Our non-profit service placement counselors answer the questions of addicts and their loved ones and help the alcoholic find a form of treatment that is right for their case. We take into account the alcoholic’s health and drinking history as well as the alcoholic’s ability or inability to relocate for treatment. There are both outpatient and inpatient options, as well as group and private therapies. We’ll also be able to match you or your loved one with either medicated or non-medicated treatment. The program we recommend will sometimes allow immediate treatment—perhaps as soon as the same day.

How to Beat Alcoholism

In order to beat alcoholism, you or your loved one will need the expertise of the professionals who run alcohol treatment programs. Whether you’re looking for a certain form of alcoholism addiction treatment or you have no idea what you want, whether you’re calling for yourself or for someone you love, we’ll help you find what you need. We match addicts with the programs where we think they’ll find the most success.

Dial 855-473-4227 now and we’ll get started. If you’d rather have us call you, fill out our call back form online.

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