Alcohol addiction or alcoholism is defined as the obsessive and unmanageable use of alcohol regardless of its negative impact on a person’s life. Individuals suffering from alcoholism frequently drink to excess, leaving their bodies dependent on the substance and making their lives unmanageable.

Treatment for Alcohol Addiction

Alcoholics often continue their addiction in order to maintain a state of false normality and to avoid the effects of withdrawal and pain in their lives.

Symptoms of alcohol withdrawal may include:

  • Headaches
  • High blood pressure
  • Difficulty sleeping/focusing
  • Tremors
  • Anxiety
  • Sweating
  • Nausea and vomiting
  • Hallucinations
  • Seizures

Effects of Alcohol Addiction:

Alcohol Addiction can cause individuals to drink to the point of experiencing complete memory loss and can increase the likelihood of high-risk behaviors, such as drinking and reckless driving. If drug and alcohol addiction is not treated, it can destroy emotions, relationships and entire lives.

  • Alcohol abuse is the second leading cause of dementia
  • Extreme alcohol use causes harm to brain functioning
  • Most individuals addicted to alcohol suffer from emotional trauma marked by:
    • Anxiety
    • Hopelessness
    • Alcohol-induced psychosis
    • Panic disorders
    • Depression

Young Adult Alcohol Addiction Treatment

Alcoholism can adversely influence every aspect of a person’s life. At the Claudia Black Young Adult Center, we treat all phases of alcohol abuse leading to alcoholism at our treatment center in Arizona. From detoxification to extended treatment, we build foundations for long-term abstinence and sobriety. We focus on making changes in the way one lives, faces problems and relates to others.

Once a person admits to having a problem, he or she can begin the path of recovery. Patients trust the Claudia Black Young Adult Center to help them begin their journey toward sobriety. To recover from the disease of alcoholism, visit us here or call 855-333-6075 to find out how we can help.