Springfield Alcohol and Drug Rehab Is the Best Choice for Lasting Recovery
Springfield Alcohol Treatment
If you feel you are suffering from the dangerous effects of alcohol addiction, then let us help you today. Our Springfield alcohol rehab facility is open to help you take control over your life. We will work with you to make you feel comfortable during the rehabilitation process. Please know that it is never too late to make a change. The change your life deserves starts with a phone call to one of our Springfield alcohol recovery centers today.
If you're suffering from an addiction, there are addiction recovery programs available that can help you NOW. Addiction can be an overwhelming force in one’s life. It can cause those who suffer from it to lose control, perhaps hurting not just themselves, but the people closest to them as well. If you can feel its power over you, and you know it's time to break this bond, but you’re not sure how to find treatment, call Affordable Rehab of Springfield at (312) 212-3025. We can help you find an addiction recovery program that’s best suited for your individual needs. All calls are confidential.
Who Needs Addiction Recovery Programs?
Addiction is the uncontrollable compulsion to repeat a behavior regardless of any negative consequences. Drugs that provide either pleasure or relief from pain create the possibility of being abused, resulting in a dependency or addiction. Addiction recovery programs can help people recover from all types of substance abuse problems including addiction to:
But, in truth, addiction does not always have to be substance-related. As you will see below, other types of addictive behaviors and disorders can also require treatment in an addiction recovery program.
What Is Alcoholism?
Alcoholism, also known as “alcohol dependence and alcohol addiction” is a disease that that has as its base, four definitive symptoms:
a. Craving: An intense desire or compulsion to drink alcohol.
b. Loss of control: The inability to manage one’s drinking alcohol on any given occasion.
c. Physical dependence: Alcohol withdrawal symptoms, such as nausea, sweating, shakiness, and anxiety, occur when alcohol use is stopped after a period of heavy drinking.
d. Tolerance: The need to drink greater amounts of alcohol in order to experience the same effect
Yes, alcoholism is a disease. This has been established by the American Meidcal Association. The craving that an alcoholic feels for alcohol can be as strong as the need for food or water. An alcoholic will continue to drink despite serious family, health, financial or legal consequences.
Like many other diseases, alcoholism is chronic, meaning that it lasts a person's lifetime; it usually follows a predictable course; and it has symptoms. The risk for developing alcoholism, alcohol dependence or alcohol addiction is influenced by genetics, environment and lifestyle.
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What To Expect:
- Professional Treatment that Works
- Privacy and Confidentiality
- Comfortable and Clean Facilities
- 12-Step Small Group Therapy
- Safe Medically Supervised Detox and Rehab
- A Complete Dual Diagnosis Rehab Facility