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Pros and Cons of Coed Alcohol Addiction Treatment

The traditional alcohol addiction treatment facilities and rehab centers use coed programs for inpatient and outpatient settings. There can be both beneficial and negative factors to coed addiction treatment programs. Some of the common negative factors to coed alcohol addiction treatment include the following: Distractions that arise from members of the opposite sex can cause people in recovery to lose focus...

Individualized Treatment Planning for Alcohol Addiction Recovery

Many intricate details go into a recovery program, all of which are designed to enhance a user’s experience and encourage continual sobriety. One of the most important aspects of rehab comes from individualized treatment. While some rehab facilities do not utilize this form of care, those that do often see major results in their patients. Get professional help not only to get, but also to stay sober. Benefits...

How to Assess Alcohol Recovery Needs

It’s a significant accomplishment to be in recovery for alcohol addiction, but it’s also a time to consider long-term goals for sobriety. Individualized Recovery Services There is no one-size-fits-all addiction treatment plan, and the same is true for recovery from alcohol addiction. Addiction treatment counselors have good information about effective strategies, either gained from experience or evidence-based...

Preventing an Alcohol Addiction from Getting Worse

Alcohol is one of the most dangerous substances a person can play with. Despite this, it is probably the most widely accepted supplement to social activity. As a result, people often abuse alcohol. Limited alcohol abuse does not necessarily signal an addiction, and there are many people who get drunk from time to time but never develop alcoholism. There are others, though, whose casual alcohol use quickly spirals...

Natural Recovery Models for Alcohol Treatment

The National Institute on Alcohol Abuse and Alcoholism (NIAAA) reports that approximately 18 million Americans suffer from alcoholism or alcohol abuse. Alcoholism is characterized by a craving for alcoholic beverages, the inability to stop drinking, physical withdrawal symptoms when alcohol is not present in the body and tolerance. Natural Approaches to Alcohol Treatment Deciding on the type of alcohol treatment...

Dangers of Relapsing on Alcohol

Relapsing on alcohol while in recovery for alcohol addiction is so common that treatment professional and recovering alcoholics sometimes see relapse as a part of recovery. But whether or not a relapse fits into an overall path of recovery, it presents real dangers. Physical Dangers of Alcohol Relapse During a period of abstinence, an alcoholic’s body will re-adjust to functioning without alcohol in the bloodstream....

Finding Accountability to End Alcohol Use

Accountability involves an individual or a group of people being aware of the activities and habits of an alcoholic. It involves consistently checking on the well-being of an alcoholic and being a supportive, trustworthy person. There are many sources for accountability such as the following: Doctors – Seek information from a doctor first, because he or she can offer medically-based information on how...

Saving Money by Choosing a Detox-Only Alcohol Rehab Program

Alcohol’s availability and social acceptance has led it to become a dangerous and widespread drug, and it has infiltrated the lives of hundreds of thousands of people across the country. When an alcohol user finally reaches a point where he is willing to accept some form of treatment, a great deal of research should go into where he or she will get help. One of the most trying factors when making this decision...

Stay Active to Avoid Alcohol Addiction Relapse

Staying active during recovery from alcohol addiction can help you to avoid relapse. By going out and engaging life rather than retreating from it you will see that you don’t need alcohol. You will enjoy your time and will not need to drink. Boredom Is an Alcohol Relapse Trigger When you were drinking, you probably spent a lot of your time drinking. Now that you are in recovery you may not know what to do...

Will Insurance Cover Transportation to Rehab?

Understanding what your insurance will pay for when it comes to rehab is important. But, whether or not you get every cost covered you must remember how important rehab is to your recovery. Even if you have to pay for costs like travel or meals, rehab is a must if you want to heal from your addiction. Every insurance plan is different. Some insurance plans will cover all costs of rehab, while others may be very...

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