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Put a Stop to Your Addiction with Waltham Alcohol Rehab

Many alcoholics don't realize they have a problem. They need a friend or family member to point it out to them. Even then, they might be in such denial they don't see it. If you're here, you might suspect you have a problem, but aren't sure. Here are some definite signs you have a problem with alcohol and need the help of a Waltham alcohol rehab facility to get you past it and healthy again.

Signs You May Be an Alcoholic

  • You can't go a day without drinking.
  • You lose track of how much you drink.
  • You feel sick if you go a day without drinking.
  • People have expressed concern about how much you're drinking.
  • You drink alone as well as with company.
  • You start drinking early in the day.
  • You've started having physical health problems due to your excessive drinking.

If one or more of the above statements sounds familiar to you, you've got a problem with alcohol. The more statements above that apply to you, the more serious the problem has become. However, identifying with just one statement indicates you have at least the beginnings of an alcohol problem. The best time to get treatment is at the beginning of an addiction. Conquering it is easier in the early stages. However, a Waltham alcohol treatment facility can help you even if you're already deep into alcoholism.

Different Factors Play a Role in Making You Dependent on Alcohol

People who have been exposed to an environment in which there are others addicted to alcohol are more likely to become dependent on alcohol. This is based on the fact that more than 30% of people addicted to alcohol have admitted to being raised in a household with alcoholic parents.

They have seen their loved ones deal with their daily problems through the use of alcohol which is why they think that alcohol is the solution rather than the problem. Research has also shown that people who are addicted to alcohol are more likely to develop other psychological disorders as opposed to people who dont drink.

The Definition of Alcohol Abuse

Alcoholism, alcohol addiction and alcohol dependence are basically the same type of alcohol problem. Alcohol abuse, however, is different than these three. Alcohol abuse is when someone drinks too much alcohol at a given time, such as in a social setting. This individual is not necessarily an alcoholic or addicted to alcohol. While not as detrimental as alcoholism, alcohol abuse may lead to drunk-driving arrests or accidents, drinking-related medical conditions and an inability to handle one's home, work or school responsibilities. Alcohol abuse should be taken extremely seriously.

We will make sure that you are prepared for life after you complete rehab. We know you can succeed with the valuable knowledge and skills that we will give you. Don't let another minute pass you by, it could mean your life.

Waltham alcohol and drug rehab is here to help; all it takes is one phone call.

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* Assurant Health * Humana * Aetna * Cigna * BlueCross BlueShield * United Healthcare

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

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