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We have been offering inpatient rehab services in the Arlington, TX area for over a decade helping men and women, of all ages and backgrounds, release themselves from the bind of alcohol and drug addiction. Drug and alcohol addiction sabotages families, friendships, and relationships, and those suffering from alcohol and drug dependency sometimes won’t know where to get help or who to ask for guidance. Fear and disgrace keep them quiet, making recovery more complex. Drug recovery center knows this complication is caused by a cultural stigma that keeps addiction quiet out of humiliation or shame. Start fighting drug and alcohol abuse today! We recognize that recovery is always possible, and everyone has the strength to fight their addiction and improve their life. Speak with an addiction expert to take the first step toward recovery; give us a call as soon as possible!
Risks of Alcoholism and Alcohol Abuse
Many physical diseases, health problems, and mental problems are a result of the complex ways alcohol affects the human body. Liver complications are the best-known results of alcohol consumption, including issues such as alcoholic hepatitis (liver inflammation), fibrosis (formation of excessive tissue in the liver), steatosis (fatty liver), and cirrhosis (hardening). The liver is a vital organ that removes many toxins from the body, and its destruction will lead to death. Other organs are in danger as well. Pancreatitis, for example can be caused when the pancreas naturally creates pollutants in the presence of alcohol. Heart complications, like stretching of the heart muscle and abnormal heartbeat, and stroke are typical medical problems of alcoholics and alcohol abusers. Also, alcohol is linked to cancers of the mouth, esophagus, throat, liver, and breasts. Furthermore, drinking – even binge drinking on a rare occasion – weakens the immune system and will make users prone to illnesses like pneumonia and meningitis. Those occasions of drinking an excessive amount of alcohol (binging) also have other unwanted side effects, such as:
- decreased inhibitions
- motor impairment
- breathing complications
Misuse of alcohol will also increase the danger of:
- vehicle accidents
- violent and hazardous habits
Alcohol has many negative consequences and alcohol use disorders frequently accompany other disorders.
Our center in the Arlington, Texas area treats clients who not only suffer from alcohol use disorders but the other mental problems that usually accompany it as well.
Individualized Treatment Programs
Everybody is an individual, and no two people have the same rehabilitation requirements. Our treatment programs can be completed in 28 days, 60 days, or 90 days, depending on the patient’s treatment requirements. All of the options are both affordable and effective. In most cases, the longer an addict stays in rehab, the more effective treatment is, and the more prepared they will be to maintain their life of sobriety. Every client is analyzed during the intake process to determine the most efficient and most beneficial therapy methods for them. An optimal blend of affordable outpatient costs, combined with the twenty-four-hour monitored care that would be expected in high-quality inpatient facilities is offered to all clients.
How We Can Help!
Detoxification is occasionally an essential process, but whether or not detox is required prior to rehab depends on the seriousness of the alcohol use disorder. Without clinical help, detox is an extremely dangerous process for chronic alcoholics and may be lethal. Consequences of withdrawing from alcohol can vary from moderate to very serious, like:
- trouble sleeping
- irregular heart rate
- dilated pupils
People suffering from alcohol use disorders can detoxify in a controlled setting, overseen by Treatment Recovery Center‘s trained clinical personnel. Rehabilitation for alcohol use disorders is extremely important, because detoxification only breaks the physiological dependence on the substance. Treatment, or rehabilitation, is the one true way to truly experience recovery. If you or someone you love is in the Arlington, TX area, and are in need of inpatient rehab give us a call at 682-647-5988.