Care Center Drug Rehab – Call (214) 307-9171 to Find Help Today!
For over a decade, we have been helping men and women in the Dallas, TX area overcome addiction to drugs and alcohol. We help women and men, regardless of their age or circumstances, liberate themselves from alcohol and drug dependency. Drug and alcohol addiction makes people feel as though they’re out of choices, and they don’t know how to get help. Overwhelmed by fear and guilt, recovery is further complicated by cultural stigmas that shames people into silence. Start resisting drug and alcohol abuse now! We can show you that recovery is possible, and everyone has the power to combat their addiction and save their life. To speak with an addiction expert, call (214) 307-9171 immediately!
Risks of Alcoholism and Alcohol Abuse
Many physical sicknesses, health complications, and mental disorders are the result of the complicated ways alcohol impacts the human body. Liver disease is one of the best-known consequences of alcoholism, including problems like steatosis (fatty liver), alcoholic hepatitis (liver inflammation), fibrosis (formation of excessive tissue within the liver), and cirrhosis (hardening). A non-functioning liver means a slow and painful death because the liver is how poisons are cleansed from the body. Other organs are also at risk, such as the pancreas, which begins to manufacture poisonous substances when alcohol is consumed, resulting in pancreatitis. Cancer of the mouth, esophagus, throat, liver, and breasts can also be a result of alcohol abuse. All drinking – even one incident of binge drinking – weakens the immune system, putting users at risk of pneumonia and tuberculosis. Heart damage, stretching of the heart muscle, irregular heartbeat, and stroke are all diagnoses common among alcoholics and alcohol abusers.
Alcohol use can have a lot of consequences for the body and the brain. Even occasional binge drinking has negative side effects, like:
- decreased inhibitions
- motor impairment
- breathing complications
Since alcohol use disorders are regularly accompanied by other mental disorders, Our program offer services that will address all aspects of alcohol use and mental health. The results of excessive alcohol use include the increased possibility of:
- car accidents
- violent and dangerous behavior
Custom-Designed Treatment Programs
An individualized therapy plan is key to addressing alcohol dependency successfully. Our rehabilitation programs can be completed in twenty-eight days, sixty days, or ninety days, depending on the patient’s rehabilitation needs. All programs are reasonably priced and effective. Though some addicts can succeed in sobriety in a one month program, statistics show that the longer the treatment program is, the higher the chance of achieving long term sobriety. At our rehab center, each and every client’s unique situation is examined during the intake period, and the best course for treatment is determined. These customized programs are extraordinarily effective and combine affordable outpatient prices with the high quality of care you’d expect from inpatient facilities.
How We Can Help
Depending on the severity of alcohol use disorder, a detox process might be necessary before rehabilitation can begin. Detoxing without clinical aid is incredibly unhealthy for chronic alcoholics, and may even be fatal. Side effects of alcohol withdrawal vary from mild to very dangerous, such as:
- rapid heart rate
- enlarged pupils
- visual hallucinations
Our treatment center provides a safe, monitored environment to detoxify from alcohol, and the entire process is overseen by clinical staff. It is extremely important to enter rehab immediately after detoxification because detox only assists the addict to withdraw physically from their substance of abuse. Treatment, or rehabilitation, is the only way that an addict can achieve long-lasting recovery from an alcohol use disorder. If you or someone you love is in the Dallas, Texas area, and are in need of services such as detox, inpatient rehab, residential treatment, intensive outpatient give us a call (214) 307-9171.