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Alcohol Addiction affects over 15 million adults 18 years and older each year in the United States. Struggling with alcohol addiction can be devastating to the individual and the close family and friends that are involved. It is always imperative to seek medical intervention prior to stopping drinking alcohol due to the increased risk of seizures. Seizures can often be prevented by entering a medical monitored alcohol detox and rehab where medication and medical care will be provided around the clock.

Common Alcohol Withdrawal Symptoms

Alcohol withdrawal can vary depending on how much has been consumed and for how long. Attending an inpatient alcohol detox to help relieve symptoms is the safest and best option.

  • Anxiety or nervousness
  • Agitation
  • Depression
  • Fatigue
  • Irritability
  • Shakiness
  • Sweating
  • Mood swings
  • Nightmares
  • Disordered Thinking
  • Seizures

Alcohol Addiction and Treatment Options

Depending on the severity of the alcohol abuse and dependency, there are a few different treatment options that are available. For the less severe forms of alcoholism, cognitive behavioral therapy and outpatient programs may be an option to help someone recover. However, often times detox, inpatient, and residential treatment is required to help a person cleanse the body and have enough time away from stress and triggers to start healing the mind.

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Call 866-644-7911 to connect with a treatment center who will provide a free confidential assessment to review the individuals complete drug and alcohol use history, medical conditions, psych-social, and psychiatric conditions.

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