Alcohol rehabilitation is one of the biggest problems faced by the human race nowadays. People use alcohol as beverage, so they do not consider it as a harmful thing. Alcohol is considered as a recreational drug, people do not see any harm in taking it when ever they want. They can get it easily anywhere, anytime because it is legal. Using alcohol as beverage or recreation purpose is safe but when it is consumed in huge amount daily to suppress the depression, the problem arises. To suppress the depression person consumes alcohol daily. It becomes habit for him and person is completely addicted to alcohol.
It is very hard for him to get rid of the addiction. Only proper treatment in rehab center can help a person to get rid of the addiction and get back to normal life. The withdrawal effects of alcohol addiction are much severe than that of drug addiction; it can easily cause heart failure and stroke if not taken proper care of.
by Augustine A Zavala 5 years ago
Between drug and alcohol addiction, which one is more destructive?What are the emotional, monetary, and generational cost?
by JamesPoppell 5 years ago
Is drug and alcohol addiction a problem of self control or is it a medical condition?Is treatment needed or can one sum up the will power to quit?
by Anamika S Jain 8 years ago
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by PachillsUSA 8 years ago
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by MomsTreasureChest 5 years ago
Which rehab center in California should Lindsay go to?
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