We treat Alcohol Addiction

Alcohol dependence is the oldest addiction in the book, and it’s a slippery slope towards a whole host of physical and mental health problems and other, more dangerous, drug addictions.

Understanding alcohol addiction

  • Alcohol addiction is commonly known as alcoholism and has been causing trouble in humanity ever since men first crushed grapes, so it’s not exactly a modern problem! It is estimated, that globally, 1 in 10 people will develop an alcohol dependency problem
  • For most people the dependency creeps up on them and develops over years of seemingly fun-loving, social drinking. However, for some folks it can progress very quickly, often leading into other issues such as drug addiction, family and health issues.
  • Regardless of which bracket they fit into, if they are the 1 in 10 – an alcoholic – the condition without treatment will always get progressively worse, never better. No matter how hard they try to control their drinking, they are doomed to fail.
  • They may have strong willpower and resolve in other areas of their life but where alcohol is concerned, they are powerless. Without the correct help and interventions, most people and their families are consigned to a life of misery, with a looming possibility of eventual early death for the person involved.

Spotting the signs of alcoholism

It is common for the alcoholic’s family and friends to notice that their drinking is causing them problems long before they are ready, or able to admit it. At this stage of the addiction, the addicted individual usually embarks on spending many years trying to get their drinking under control to prove they don’t have a problem. This denial period can be a very difficult time for their family. They can sense something is deeply wrong but feel they have no other choice but to go along with it, and they often enable the alcoholic in this illusion of regaining control. Any reasonable suggestion that the person may have a problem and should stop drinking is not always well received.

A clear sign that someone is most probably an alcoholic, is the countless vain attempts and broken promises to stop or moderate. In the addiction treatment field, we can distinguish the alcoholic from the heavy drinker or non-alcoholic. The simple test, is that when given sufficient reason, the non-alcoholic can stop or moderate, but of course the alcoholic cannot.

From that point, it’s simply a matter of waiting until the addiction sufferer and their family become willing to admit that enough is enough, and outside help is going to be needed (reaching rock bottom).

Treatment of alcoholism

That’s where we come in! For two decades now we have successfully treated 1000s of people and given a tremendous amount of support to families and friends of alcohol dependent people. We employ a wide range of tried and tested treatment methods; and we are very proud of the many testimonies of fantastic outcomes and restored lives. The care we offer is delivered by a highly experienced and fully trained team of addiction specialists and we are regulated by the Care Quality Commission.

We believe that the key to our success is our unique understanding of alcohol addiction and the affects it has on the human brain. Due to this life-saving knowledge we can help clients to better understand the grave nature of their addiction and how to enjoy a full recovery.

If you are looking for a solution to your alcohol problem and want to recover in a safe and caring environment, call our admissions team for a no obligation chat. They are there to answer any questions you have regarding our treatments, our facilities and how we can help you get your life back.

When COVID restrictions allow – we can offer you a private tour

Just in case any concerns about staying with us still remain, we offer every client – and their family members – the opportunity to visit our recovery centre and residences with no obligation, free of charge.

Book an appointment with us and we will happily welcome you to the centre and give a guided viewing with a member of staff, which can help put to rest any remaining fears or anxieties surrounding the rehab experience. Contact our assessment and admissions team to book your visitation slot today.

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