AlcoholAbuseDetox.org Website Launches to Help Alcoholics Safely Detox and Recover from Alcoholism
AlcoholAbuseDetox.org recently was launched with the goal to help raise awareness of alcoholism, and help people get on a safe path to recovery.
New York, New York (PRWEB) June 04, 2013
It should not be a secret to anyone at this point in time that alcohol, opium, heroin, marijuana and all other drugs are available in the market — whether they are legal or not. It must be left to local, state, and federal authorities to combat the problems of how it is so easily available.
However, the website AlcoholAbuseDetox.org has embraced the mission of helping those already in the throes of addiction — in this case, primarily focusing on alcohol addiction.
They are not naïve to the fact that although the use of alcohol is only legally available to those over 21 years of age in the US, the sad fact is that underage drinking is its own issue, and that alcoholism does affect some teenagers is something that cannot be denied.
Those who run the Alcohol Abuse Detox site acknowledge that the vast majority of people who choose to drink alcohol are able to do so without exhibiting any problems of dependency. The problems arise when people become either addicted, or their use of alcohol is such that their lives and responsibilities have begun to be affected to the point where jobs and family relationships are threatened.
According to staff at the site, “It is the company´s intent to not only offer education and awareness of alcohol abuse and addiction, but to offer referrals and assistance to those for whom alcohol has become an imminent danger to their health.” This, they say, is where it becomes imperative to get a client into a detox and rehabilitation program as quickly as possible.
One spokesman for the site explains that in some cases, alcohol withdrawal and detoxification can be extremely dangerous for a heavy user to experience on his or her own. “The fact is — and not everyone understands this,” the spokesman elaborates, “is that in some patients, withdrawal without medical supervision can be fatal.” What you can expect while experiencing alcohol withdrawal symptoms goes far beyond cravings, according to the site. “Delirium Tremens — commonly known as ℠DTs´ is one of the most serious side effects of withdrawal,” they explain.
AlcoholAbuseDetox.org has recently announced the availability of a specific and customized treatment plan for clients.
A visit to the website also offers educational videos specifically targeting the various aspects of alcohol use, abuse, withdrawal, and recovery.
The website also offers its service to those who have already attempted to quit drinking, but with limited or no success. According to the site, “alcohol is an insidious drug,” that promotes the release of proteins called endorphins, which in turn is what gives the user that “good” or pleasurable feeling.
“Making it through the detox stage is just the beginning,” they assert, further explaining that their services go far beyond referrals for detox. “It will take a lot more than will-power on the part of the client,” they say, and emphasize that their goal is to work with clients long after the initial effects of alcohol have left the body.
That, they say, “is when we roll up our sleeves and really get to work.”
To learn more, visit the website AlcoholAbuseDetox.org and let a professional step in and help.
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