Alcohol Addiction Treatment

Do you consider drug addiction to be the biggest public health crisis in America? Think again. While legal, alcohol is also considered an addictive substance. Alcohol abuse kills more people than any other drug, and more than all other drugs combined. Around 88,000 people die from alcohol-related deaths, including overdose and liver failure, each year.

Alcoholics are more likely to die from their substance abuse than any other addict. With proper alcohol addiction treatment, these deaths are entirely preventable. 

Alcoholism is a treatable disease. Our West Palm Beach alcohol detox facility offers cutting-edge treatment that helps alcoholics go on to lead happy, normal, meaningful lives. Let us help you chart a course to lasting sobriety.

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The Effects of Alcohol Abuse

  • 88,000 people die from alcohol-related deaths yearly

  • 15.1 million adults suffer from alcohol use disorder

Alcohol addiction is the most common and most deadly addiction. In recent surveys, a quarter of Americans report engaging in binge drinking, and almost all have consumed alcohol in the last year. This puts a significant portion of the population at risk for an alcohol use disorder.

Unlike so many other drugs, alcohol has been normalized in modern society. With heavy social pressure to drink and many pop culture references discussing excessive drinking, addicts may not realize they have a problem until they are deep into the addiction cycle. 

In any given year, six percent of adults are currently addicted to alcohol. Treating alcoholism costs the economy more than $250 billion annually. It ruins lives, families, relationships, and careers. Addicts may be willing to give up everything to keep using. 

Some sacrifice their health, their marriages, and their chance at a rewarding life. Though the disease of addiction can be painful, it is also curable. The sooner you seek help for an alcohol use disorder, the easier it is to get sober and Future Now Detox can help.

The Signs of Alcohol Addiction

One of the initial hallmark symptoms of alcohol abuse is denial. Alcoholics deep in addiction are often the last to admit that they have a problem. Some are even willing to give up cherished relationships to keep drinking. If you are convinced you do not have an alcohol addiction, seeing if you can go sober is strong first step in determining denial.

It can be hard to detect that you have an alcohol addiction, particularly if you spend a lot of time around heavy drinkers. Knowing the signs of severe alcohol addiction, however, can save your life.

Watch for these common alcohol addiction symptoms:

  • No longer feeling drunk, or needing to drink much more than before to get intoxicated.
  • Drinking every day, even when other people aren’t drinking.
  • Health problems related to alcohol use, such as liver cirrhosis.
  • Relationship difficulties related to alcohol use.
  • Job, legal, or financial problems due to alcohol use.
  • Behaving in negative or dangerous ways when you are drunk.
  • Being asked by loved ones to quit drinking or to cut back.
  • Drinking to fall asleep, or to cope with physical or mental pain.
  • Driving under the influence of alcohol.
  • Drinking to get intoxicated.
  • Drinking alone

Understanding Alcohol Detox

As you grow increasingly addicted to alcohol, your body becomes dependent on this potent drug. This means your body becomes convinced that it needs alcohol to function normally. The result is intense withdrawal symptoms when you attempt to quit using. For most people, alcohol detox is merely unpleasant, not dangerous. 

However, for addicts with a very long history of drinking, liver problems, or other health conditions, detox can become dangerous, and even life-threatening. 

Some recovering alcoholics experience a life-threatening condition called delirium tremens during detox. Delirium tremens is a severe, or even fatal, sudden onset of withdrawal symptoms that include intense shaking, hallucinations, as well as dangerously high fevers and blood pressure. A skilled alcohol treatment center can provide medications to ease the presentation of this illness. 

The right care during alcohol detox can keep you safe and help you get sober. Don’t feel as though you have to battle your alcohol use disorder on our own. Alcohol addiction is a real disease that demands real medical treatment. Detox is just the beginning of the journey. After the initial detox period, you will need help and support to remain sober. But once you’ve detoxed, the process becomes much easier.

Types of Alcohol Addiction Treatment

If you have decided to begin the journey towards a life free of addiction, you may be wondering what services are available for you as you walk through alcohol withdrawal. While the treatment process varies by individual, there are some common types of substance abuse treatment available. 

Medical Detox

If you are just beginning your alcoholism treatment journey, you may need to start with medical detox. Often, many individuals try to stop drinking on their own at home. However, without proper medical care and support, detoxing after alcohol dependence alone can become dangerous.

Medical detox allows for the patient to be in a safe and supportive environment while they work through the initial withdrawal symptoms of the recovery process. In medical detox, each patient will be monitored around the clock by a specific treatment provider.

The primary treatment goal in this phase is to allow the patient to safely withdrawal while a medical team monitors vitals, checks on symptoms, and can even offer alcohol treatment medications to ease the symptoms and alcohol cravings. 

Inpatient or Residential Treatment

Once the patient has safely detoxed and all primary health concerns are resolved, they may be eligible to go into an inpatient addiction treatment center. Here, you will likely first meet with treatment providers to receive professional treatment advice and create an individualized treatment plan to help you abstain from unhealthy alcohol use long-term. 

Inpatient programs offer a variety of therapies to address both substance abuse treatment as well as any mental health issues. One option is individual therapy, where the patient will meet directly with a therapist for alcohol counseling. These sessions may include behavioral therapy and talk therapy. 

Another option involves group therapy, which allows patients to discuss their substance abuse with others who are going through the same experience. Patients may also have the option to attend support groups like Alcoholics Anonymous to hear success stories and receive accountability. 

After Inpatient Treatment

After inpatient addiction treatment, our center can help to create an aftercare plan that involves continued support groups, family therapy referrals, and other tools needed for long-term success.

In Network With Most Insurance

We understand the importance of accessibility and affordability, which is why we have partnered with several insurance companies to better service you. We accept most major insurance providers and private health insurance. Our team is available 24/7 to assist you in navigating your insurance coverage. If you don’t have insurance, we are here to help you understand the options available for you or a loved one.

Take the first step toward recovering from addiction by calling Future Now Detox at (866) 419-3899, or verify your insurance by clicking the button below. 

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