Starting Your Recovery in Alcohol Rehab

Published on May 22nd, 2013

Each sip of alcohol you consume is poisoning your body. Alcohol makes its way through many major organs within the body; starting with the digestive track, making its way into the blood, quickly getting to the brain and then filtering out through the kidneys and liver. Each organ it hits is damaged, some are able to heal but for others the damage is irreversible. Before you know it your health is deteriorating and you have a full physical and psychological dependency to alcohol, you are an alcoholic.

What Choice Will You Make

At a point in your addiction to alcohol you will be faced with two paths. On one path you can continue the use of alcohol, until it ultimately kills you. The other path is making the choice to seek help for your addiction and quit alcohol once and for all.

Starting Treatment

If you are ready to regain control of your life and leave alcohol in the past entering into an Alcohol Rehab will get you started in your recovery. A team of highly trained chemical dependency specialist, Doctors and other staff will be there to guide you along the road to recovery, helping you to work through the physical and psychological addiction you have developed towards alcohol.


Detoxification is an important step in each persons recovery. You will be cleansed of the chemicals and toxins related to alcohol abuse in a calm, relaxing a therapeutic environment. You do not need to fear withdrawal, under the supervision of a medical Doctor you can receive a prescription medication to lessen these symptoms and control cravings. If withdrawal is a danger to your health your Doctor may even choose to sedate you during the detoxification process, shielding your from the pain of withdrawal and cravings.


One-on-one counseling sessions are designed to help you work through the mental and emotional aspects to your addiction. Any underlying causes of your addiction will be uncovered and you will be able to restore yourself to a normal state of mind. You will be able to develop the tools you will need in your daily life with the help of others in treatment during group counseling sessions. Each aspect to counseling will help keep you on track with your goal of life long sobriety.

Cognitive Therapy

Cognitive therapy can be extremely important in the recovery process. During your first session you will focused on identifying the dysfunctional thoughts, behaviors and routines associated with alcohol abuse. Each session will be focused on helping you to change them to ones that promote sober living, helping you to acquire the tools to do so.

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