Indianapolis, IN (PRWEB) November 06, 2013
An Indianapolis alcohol rehab is launching a new video aimed at informing anyone interested in seeking help for alcohol addiction through Alcohol Addiction Treatment Centers.
Alcohol addiction is addressed in the video, plus information on how to get help immediately is offered, too. Alcoholism touches an individual mentally, physically, spiritually and emotionally. Alcohol rehab helps people get help in order to change their lives. Instead of living by the bottle, alcohol rehab and effective treatment teaches adults and adolescents different life skills. Alcohol addiction can affect anyone, no matter of their age, race, or economic background.
Physical detoxification is usually a first step in the alcohol rehabilitation process. Ridding the body of alcohol’s chemical substances takes a number of days, and is supervised by medical staff on board.
Once an adult or adolescent has gone through detox, their physical bodies are cleansed from all traces of alcohol. Now the cravings for alcohol - whether it’s scotch, bourbon, wine or beer - will remain.
Then, the client enters counseling and therapy. Our alcohol rehab reviews a person’s individual history, looking back at family life, environment and peers. These areas offer seeds that can help place a finger on where a person’s dependence upon alcohol truly began. Once this is established, then parceling out what personal traits need to be addressed in alcohol rehab becomes much easier.
Alcoholism touches family members, too, and leaves them with more questions than answers. This disease leaves families broken, and oftentimes the client’s support system does not know where to turn for help. On occasion, these families will get support for their issues while the client is getting the help he or she needs today.
Alcohol rehab provides a safe sanctuary away from outside influences. It also challenges adults and adolescents to look at their behaviors and actions, the consequences and wreckage from the constant need for beer, wine, scotch, bourbon or other hard liquor in their lives.
For more information on the alcohol rehab treatment program at Alcohol Addiction Treatment Centers, please visit http://drugsdetox.org or call (855) 912-7867.