“By educating people on the dangers of substance abuse, hopefully we can convince people to make the necessary lifestyle changes that will allow them to achieve this goal, and save some lives in the process.
Manistee, Michigan (PRWEB) June 15, 2015
Anybody that is experiencing the effects of alcohol abuse in their lives, or who is witnessing a loved one struggling with alcoholism, will find even more reason to seek treatment in the latest blog post from Best Drug Rehabilitation, an open-ended holistic treatment center for substance abuse located in western Michigan.
According to a recent study published by the Oxford University Press on behalf of The Gerontological Society of America, heavy alcohol consumption in midlife greatly increases the risk of developing dementia later in life, such as Alzheimer’s, Parkinson’s, Huntington’s or Wernicke-Korsakoff Syndrome.
“Our goal is to help people to live healthy and fulfilling lives, free from drugs and alcohol,” commented Best Drug Rehabilitation founder and CEO Per Wickstrom. “By educating people on the dangers of substance abuse, hopefully we can convince people to make the necessary lifestyle changes that will allow them to achieve this goal, and save some lives in the process. Education is our number one tool in the fight against this thing that we call addiction.”
Best Drug Rehabilitation Manistee’s Role in Education on Substance Abuse Dangers
The recovery specialists at Best Drug Rehabilitation are dedicated to promoting and encouraging education in the dangers of substance abuse, from physical health issues to psychological damage, as well as healthier and more positive alternatives to using drugs and alcohol. Some of the topics covered in BDR’s blog post include:
- Alcohol’s Role in Developing Dementia
- Potential Treatments of Dementia
- Identifying Possible Symptoms of Alcohol Abuse
- Seeking Help in Recovery from Substance Abuse
Best Drug Rehabilitation is a results-based substance abuse treatment center with a unique approach to recovery from substance abuse. Offering several options in treatment modality, the program at BDR is adaptable to the individual needs and situations of each patient. Rather than working on a time-frame basis where the counselors determine “where the patient should be in their treatment program”, the program works on results-driven basis determined by where the patient actually is in their recovery. This helps the patient to find a sense of confidence in the rehabilitation program as well as understanding the level of personal responsibility that they hold in their sobriety.
For more information contact Best Drug Rehabilitation today at http://www.bestdrugrehabilitation.com.