We are so grateful to have found Whole Recovery drug rehab. Since my daughter has returned, she is a completely different person. She has been sober now for more than six months, and the staff still check in on her from time to time. Thank you so much for your hard work and love shown to my daughter. — Ilean
Alcohol Rehab Treatment Program
At Whole Recovery Centers, we utilize many different modalities to treat alcoholism. Alcoholism is a condition that affects many different areas of a person’s life, and therefore treatment must also address those areas. At Whole Recovery Centers, our alcohol rehab treatment protocol focuses on the following areas:
1) Addressing the underlying causes that fuel alcoholism
2) Addressing imbalances in the body that are caused by long term drinking
Our unique alcohol rehab program uses a combination of traditional and holistic treatment to help our clients recover from alcoholism. This is the most effective way, as it treats the whole person, and not just certain glaring problems. Each client is treated as an individual with individual needs. For this reason no two treatment plans are the same.
Our protocol consists of daily psychotherapy, group therapy, acupuncture, massage, yoga, and nutritional therapies. We introduce you to new ways to cope with issues like anxiety, anger, and stress. Our Living In Balance program (created by Hazelden Foundation) teaches a wealth of information you need to know about addiction and the effects on the mind, body and soul. As well as preparing you for long term recovery.
The decision to get Alcohol rehabilitation is not an easy one. Some of you may be reading this, thinking to yourself: how is this happening to me? We understand this; many of us have had our own battles with addiction and have found freedom from it. If you’re looking for relief from your situation, call one of our certified professionals today. We are happy to walk you through this process — you are not alone.
There are many different choices out there for Alcohol rehabilitation. Whole Recovery offers a one year promise to our clients. If you relapse before one year of continuous sobriety, you may come back to our facility, virtually cost free. This is how much we believe in our treatment.
If you think Whole Recovery Center is the right fit for you, please call us today,
Alcoholism, alcohol dependence, and alcohol abuse are different forms of problem drinking.
Alcoholism is when you have signs of physical addiction to alcohol and continue to drink, despite problems with physical health, mental health, and social, family, or job responsibilities. Alcohol may control your life and relationships.
Alcohol abuse is when your drinking leads to problems, but not physical addiction.
Causes and risk factors
There is no known cause of alcohol abuse or alcoholism. Research suggests that certain genes may increase the risk of alcoholism, but which genes and how they work are not known. How much you drink can influence your chances of becoming dependent. Those at risk for developing alcoholism include:
Men who have 15 or more drinks a week
Women who have 12 or more drinks a week
Anyone who has five or more drinks per occasion at least once a week
One drink is defined as a 12-ounce bottle of beer, a 5-ounce glass of wine, or a 1.5 ounce shot of liquor. You have an increased risk for alcohol abuse and dependence if you have a parent with alcoholism.
You may also be more likely to abuse alcohol or become dependent if you:
Are a young adult under peer pressure
Have depression, bipolar disorder, anxiety disorders, or schizophrenia
Have easy access to alcohol
Have low self-esteem
Have problems with relationships
Live a stressful lifestyle
Live in a culture where alcohol use is common and accepted
1 in 6 people in the United States have a drinking problem
Symptoms of Alcoholism
People who have alcoholism or alcohol abuse often:
Continue to drink, even when health, work, or family are being harmed
Become violent when drinking
Become hostile when asked about drinking
Are not able to control drinking — being unable to stop or reduce alcohol intake
Make excuses to drink
Miss work or school, or have a decrease in performance because of drinking
Stop taking part in activities because of alcohol
Need to use alcohol on most days to get through the day
Neglect to eat or eat poorly
Do not care about or ignore how they dress or whether they are clean
Try to hide alcohol use
Shake in the morning or after periods when they have not had a drink
Symptoms of alcohol dependence include:
Memory lapses after heavy drinking
Needing more and more alcohol to feel "drunk"
Alcohol withdrawal symptoms when you haven't had a drink for a while
Alcohol-related illnesses such as alcoholic liver disease
Signs and tests
The health care provider will perform a physical exam and ask questions about your medical and family history, including use of alcohol. The following questions are used by the National Institute on Alcohol Abuse and Alcoholism to screen for alcohol abuse or dependence:
Do you ever drive when you have been drinking?
Do you have to drink more than before to get drunk or feel the desired effect?
Have you felt that you should cut down on your drinking?
Have you ever had any blackouts after drinking?
Have you ever missed work or lost a job because of drinking?
Is someone in your family worried about your drinking?
Tests may Include
Upon arrival you will be given a number of tests to evaluate your level of physical health. These tests may include the following:
Blood alcohol level
Complete blood count (CBC)
Liver function tests
Magnesium blood test
Not all Drug Rehabilitation Centers are the same
Come Join us for an unforgettable healing experience. If your suffering with addiction, we can help you be free from the grip of addiction.
Whole Recovery has a very effective drug rehab program. we utilize the most effective treatment strategies, in a unique tropical environment. Come join us for an unforgettable treatment experience.
At Whole Recovery we believe in the effectiveness of holistic treatments when dealing with drug and alcohol addiction. Addiction is a condition that effects all areas of a persons life, and treatments like acupuncture, yoga, and meditation can be very effective.
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