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What Alcohol Addiction Treatment Can Do For You

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Alcohol addiction is a common affliction. As many as one in eight Americans struggle with alcohol use disorder. With such high figures, it’s possible that you or a loved one are included in this statistic.

If you recognize that your relationship with alcohol has gotten out of hand, this is half the battle. Alcohol addiction treatment can help. Contact Serenity Grove at 844.904.3485 for information about our treatment services.

What Is the Treatment for Alcohol Addiction?

Treatment for alcohol addiction begins with stopping the intake of alcohol. This is known as detox and should be done under professional supervision.

Withdrawal Process

The first phase of your experience in an addiction treatment facility will be withdrawal. This is when you’re detoxing from alcohol while it leaves your system. This may sound very unpleasant and daunting, but the reality is that the worst of it will be over within around 48 hours of your last alcoholic drink. Professionals can monitor your progress and administer any necessary medications.

Understanding Your Addiction

Acknowledging that you have an addiction is the first step to recovery. While undergoing alcohol addiction treatment, you’ll learn a great deal about yourself. Working with therapists and addiction specialists will help you to dig deep and uncover the roots of your addiction.

This won’t always be easy or comfortable, but it will be incredibly valuable. The self-knowledge gained through addiction therapy will not only start to take the power out of the addiction. It will also serve you in other areas of your life. Understanding the causes of your addiction and the role that alcohol plays in your life will set you up to move ahead.

Tools for Recovery

Addiction treatment centers don’t offer a quick fix, but they equip you with the tools to recover from the illness. Addiction recovery will probably be a lifelong process long after you achieve sobriety. The tools and techniques you learn in rehab will serve you for the rest of your life.

While in alcohol addiction recovery, you’ll learn how to:

  • Identify the triggers which lead you to use alcohol. These triggers may be emotional, mental, environmental, or a combination of all of these.
  • Once you know your triggers, you can begin to develop a plan for how to deal with them.
  • Develop healthy coping mechanisms. Addiction often develops as a way of coping with difficult life experiences or trauma. In treatment, you’ll learn how to deal with stressful situations without turning to alcohol.
  • Recognize early signs of relapse. Relapse is a common part of addiction recovery, but it doesn’t have to mean failure. If you catch the signs early, you can take steps to prevent a full-blown relapse.

Group Alcohol Addiction Treatment

Depending on the type of addiction treatment you access, you may be able to participate in group addiction therapy. This is an enriching experience of:

  • Connection
  • Validation
  • Affirmation.

As you have no doubt experienced, addiction can be an incredibly lonely and isolating experience. Connecting with others who have shared this experience can be healing and valuable.

Group therapy is a powerful way to understand how people abuse alcohol and the recurring patterns that can emerge. You will likely be able to identify with some of the experiences and feelings shared, which will be incredibly validating for you.

The group addiction treatment experience is an opportunity to be understood and supported by others who understand your struggles. You don’t need to fear any shame or judgment in this environment. You can also take comfort in knowing that your healing and recovery can also aid the recovery journey of others.

Invest in Yourself at Serenity Grove

Alcohol addiction treatment has endless benefits, and you can’t put a price on health or happiness. Invest in yourself and your future by accessing treatment for your alcohol addiction.

For more information on the addiction treatment options available to you, contact us today at 844.904.3485