Alcohol Abuse. It Affects Many. It's Socially Accpetable. Until It's Not.
When alcohol becomes a problem.
Starting to see an increase in frequency? Told yourself or loved ones it would be limited to weekends? Evenings? Holidays? The frequency of alcohol use disorder may be intense or grow with time. It is important to understand that the fact that one is questioning or being confronted by family, loved ones or work may a critical sign to begin the journey of asking for help.
Because tolerance is dependent on the individual, it is important to understand that one glass or a bottle may not be a sign of alcohol use disorder or alcoholism, it is a warning to explore if one has been affected by the use itself. Regardless, the quantity of alcohol use is one that can be subjectively measured and going past the amount we told ourselves or enough to be over the legal limit while driving, operating machinery, working or interacting in social events might be a good time to reach out and make sure it no longer continues to negatively affect ones life.
Friends. Family. Fights. Agression. Alienation. Athough a socially accpetable drug, alcohol has a different effect on people and though many can continue with their work or schedules, the quality of life may be deteriorated by alcoholism.
Interrupted sleep. Liver enzyme counts. Stress. Symptoms may be light or evident when alcohol use becomes a disorder. We are here to make sure that escalation has cessation. Your body deserves healing.
A socially acceptable drug can sometimes be the hardest to accept having a problem with.
What are warning signs of alcoholism?
Increased consumption of alcohol.
Preoccupation with alcohol use to the exclusion of other activities.
Promises to quit and failing to keep them.
Inability to remember things said or done while inebriated.
Denial and excuses for drinking.
Problems at work or school.
Loss of interest in personal appearance or hygiene.
Marital and financial problems.
Poor health and increased anxiety.
Loss of appetite.
Attending Alcohol Detox and Withdrawal
Alcohol Treatment Program in La Jolla Recovery
From the first days of withdrawal from alcohol, let us at La Jolla Recovery attend the detoxification process of alcohol in the most clinical responsible manner with unique attention to your physical, emotional and cultural needs.
Our clinical staff has the experience and support available to attend alcoholism in its first days to physical comfort made possible by medication assisted treatment such as suboxone, naltrexone or subutex among other evidence based medications that have proven to increase recovery outcomes. As a client spends her or his first days, their physical, psychological and social requirements are attended to prepare for the next steps of partial hospitalization program or outpatient.
Alcohol Rehab Program
Our PHP and inpatient residential program for alcohol use disorder makes it possible to begin the therapeutic process with social components of group and experiential activities ranging from cognitive behavioral therapy, mindfulness and positive psychology among other modalities that currently offer the latest in results and outcomes. From medication assisted treatment to gender specific groups for women and men, let us at La Jolla Recovery become the foundation for an inspiring life away from alcohol abuse.
Outpatient Rehab for Alcoholism
Transitioning back into family, society or work may require a smooth and supervised process. By continuing group therapy, individualized clinical supervision or continued aftercare at a sober living, La Jolla Recovery alcohol outpatient rehab can be a haven for the first months after rehab. Let us provide you with a tailored program suited to attend your unique needs. Located in the beautiful beaches and sunny year round sand space of San Diego, our alcohol outpatient treatment is your foundation for a life free from alcohol.
There is a such a thing as an inspiring and fulfilling life free from alcohol. Let us share the hope with you today.
An Innovative and Inspiring Approach to Alcohol Treatment
It might seem the end of the world to say goodbye to a life with alcohol. Pain and fear are usual signs of the most amazing changes waiting to happen. Let us share a vision beyond your wildest dreams.