Aurora Alcohol and Drug Rehab Is the Best Choice for Lasting Recovery
Treatment of Alcoholics in Aurora
It is reported through studies that people who have social and family support, motivation and overall good health are more likely to recover and remain abstinent from alcohol. Around 50% to 60% of addicts show signs of full recovery. For those people with no motivation and absence of any kind of moral support, the evaluation period is longer as they generally tend to relapse.
The treatment process includes three stages which are detoxification, rehabilitation, and sober maintenance. Detoxification should be applied under medical care if alcohol addiction is in the late stages as it can have life threatening implications. It is important to know that detoxification cannot prevent cravings, so it is difficult to maintain recovery.
The medicines included in the treatment process for alcohol abuse include Benzodiazepine, this is an anti anxiety drug used for withdrawal symptoms like poor sleep and anxiety. Another medicine is Disulfiram which can be used when the detoxification phase has passed. This medication is most suitable for highly motivated individuals as it interferes with alcohol metabolism.
After detox, rehab begins. Rehab is the process of strengthening you in both mind and body so you don't feel the need for alcohol anymore. Rehab also prepares you for your new life without alcohol outside of the rehab center, giving you all the tools you need to make it work. Holistic alcohol rehab is best at getting lasting results because it incorporates mind/body addiction treatment techniques. Our Aurora alcohol rehab and detox facility takes this approach.
Don't wait to get alcohol addiction help. Start holistic alcohol rehab at our Aurora alcohol treatment facility right away. A new, healthy life without alcohol is waiting for you. It's time to embrace it.
Alcohol rehab or the alcohol rehab program, generally follows alcohol detox and is a combination or group, individual, educational and family therapy. Most people remain in an alcohol rehab program for several weeks in an attempt to resolve many of the feelings they drank over. While in alcohol rehab, each patient is generally seen by a psychiatrist to rule out or address the possibility of any mental illness. The combination or alcohol addiction and a mental illness is termed dual diagnosis.
For those persons not in need of an alcohol rehab program, such as those who may suffer from alcohol abuse rather than alcohol dependence, outpatient alcohol treatment programs are available. Understand, that not everyone is appropriate for an outpatient alcohol treatment program and looking to take the “easier, softer way”, can result in repeated relapse and a chronic alcoholic condition, called alcoholism. A professional alcohol assessment should be sought before choosing a particular level of an alcohol treatment program.
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What To Expect:
- Professional Treatment that Works
- Privacy and Confidentiality
- Comfortable and Clean Facilities
- 12-Step Small Group Therapy
- Safe Medically Supervised Detox and Rehab
- A Complete Dual Diagnosis Rehab Facility