New Alcohol Treatment Programs Now Available at Drug Detox Fair Lawn

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Alcohol treatment programs at Drug Detox Fair Lawn emphasize maintaining sobriety after rehab.

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If you’re consuming alcohol regularly and using it to control your physical or psychological feelings, it’s a strong sign of dependency.

The glamorization of alcohol by the media and entertainment industry has made it difficult to distinguish the differences between someone enjoying a drink from a person who has developed a drinking problem. Many people do not consider alcohol an addictive drug because it’s legal for adults to purchase and easily available. Drug Detox Fair Lawn counselor William R. has 12 years of experience treating alcoholics.

“Many alcoholics think their drinking habits are normal,” William said. “But if you’re consuming alcohol regularly and using it to control your physical or psychological feelings, it’s a strong sign of dependency.”

Drug Detox Fair Lawn has restructured its treatment programs to help alcoholics focus on how to function in a world where they are confronted with their addiction on a daily basis.

Many alcoholics feel trapped. Alcohol is served in restaurants and available at almost every grocery, gas, and convenience store in the country. The new treatment programs at Drug Detox Fair Lawn emphasize techniques patients can use in their outside lives.

In addition to traditional treatment methods, such as group therapy and counseling, Drug Detox Fair Lawn offers a wide range of activities such as exercise, meditation, and music. These activities provide patients with an opportunity to develop new interests which do not involve drinking.

About Drug Detox Fair Lawn:        

Drug Detox Fair Lawn is a fully accredited drug and alcohol treatment center. Our certified addiction specialists and customized treatment programs have helped countless people overcome substance abuse. If you are looking to beat your addiction, please visit our website at http://www.drugdetox-fairlawn.com or reach us by phone at (973) 241-5301.

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