Understanding the problem.
Signs & Symptoms of Alcohol Addiction.
Alcoholism is one of the most prevalent addictions Mountainview Recovery treats, and so we understand just how serious alcohol addiction is.
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When to Step In.
According to the National Institute of Alcohol Abuse and Alcoholism, over 50 percent of Americans claim they consume alcohol monthly – including the 26.9 percent that admits to binge drinking. Binge drinking often leads to alcohol use disorder (AUD), a problem that 15.1 million adults dealt with in 2015.
Frequent alcohol users often have trouble accepting that they might be an alcoholic. An intervention may be needed when family members and friends see the seriousness of the problem.
Some signs and symptoms of alcohol addiction may include:
- The inability to limit themselves to just one or two drinks, including cravings and urges to consume alcohol
- Short term and long term memory impairment
- A reduction in work-related or recreational hobbies
- A suddenly secretive lifestyle
Slurred speech daily, at any given hour of the day
- A decrease in coordination skills
Sadness or anger at the prospect of not being able to drink
- An unwillingness to admit an alcohol addiction
Now is the time.
Your treatment At Mountainview Recovery Is Just A Call Away.
If you fear that a loved one is suffering from alcohol use disorder, or if you believe you may personally have an addiction, it is imperative that you call to get help. Call Mountainview Recovery’s admissions department, as quitting alcohol “cold turkey” without supervision can bring about serious side-effects.
We are happy to perform an over-the-phone assessment to determine the prospective client’s usage patterns and what type of treatment they will need. If it is determined that our center is right for them, we can even verify insurance at the time of your call.
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Alcohol Addiction Treatments.
The first stage of detox is one of the most important. Before a person can focus on gaining the knowledge and skills needed to live a life of recovery, addictive substances must be removed from the body
At Mountainview Recovery, we want each individual who comes to us for help with dependence or addiction to have the best chance of establishing lasting recovery.
Once detox and treatment are over, your recovery isn’t over. In fact, it’s just beginning! And, these first days of recovery, once treatment concludes, are the riskiest.
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Learn About the Help We Can Offer.
There is hope for those who feel they have none. If you or a loved one has been subject to alcohol abuse, know that your life can change with one call. Our Mountainview Recovery team is ready to help get you back to living the life you were born to experience.