Alcohol addictions do not happen overnight, the development of a full-blown addiction to alcohol takes time. It is legal for anyone over the age of 21 to purchase and consume alcohol, and is readily available at many social and work gatherings. Social drinking is acceptable in most circles, and it is often hard to tell when someone you know has a problem with alcohol. Prolonged alcohol abuse leads to a higher alcohol tolerance, and the stereotype of an alcoholic who is constantly tripping and slurring words is not always accurate. A person with an alcohol addiction could just as easily be unaffected by multiple alcoholic drinks. Social drinking presents a problem not only in spotting alcohol addictions, but in treating them too. Unlike an illegal street drug like cocaine or heroin, alcohol is readily available to a recovering addict after he or she has left treatment. This is why the alcoholism treatment programs at Drug Rehab Center Annapolis concentrate not only achieving sobriety for the patient, but in helping them prevent a relapse.
In order to pass by bottles of alcohol at the gas station, grocery store, and office or holiday party without relapsing, a recovering addict must develop different strategies of coping and stress relief while in treatment. Drug Rehab Center Annapolis offers a wide variety of alternative therapy treatments. When added to individual, family, and group counseling sessions, these therapies prove extremely effective. Art, music, yoga, and exercise are utilized at Drug Rehab Center Annapolis, and also provide recovering addicts with the opportunity to try fun and healthy activities that can take the place of alcohol once they leave the facility.
If you are suffering from an addiction to alcohol, Drug Rehab Center Annapolis urges you to discover for yourself how effective our alcoholism treatment programs can be. To learn more about Drug Rehab Center Annapolis, please call (443) 569-4273 or email firstname.lastname@example.org today and begin receiving the help you need as soon as possible.
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