Alcohol Recovery

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While drinking liquor is considered a socially-acceptable activity around the world, some people may find themselves drinking liquor frequently or in large amounts. Alcohol addiction, also known as alcoholism, is the inability to control one’s liquor consumption due to physical and psychological dependence. With an estimated 88,000 people dying annually, alcoholism is the third leading cause of death in the US. Thankfully, alcohol recovery is possible and adequate assistance is available. If you’re seeking alcohol addiction treatment help, please contact Transcend Recovery Community and see how our treatments can assist you.

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What Is Alcohol Addiction Recovery?

Alcoholism falls under the umbrella of chronic diseases, meaning there is no cure and it is a long-standing progressive disease. Though there is currently no cure, there is still hope for long-term recovery. Many recovering alcoholics who have sought treatment for their addiction now live lives better than they ever imagined for themselves. With proper support and consistent dedication to their recovery even after treatment, these people have managed to reintegrate into society successfully and are capable of living alcohol-free.

Does Transcend Provide Alcohol Addiction Treatment?

Transcend believes in a focused approach to helping clients overcome their alcoholism. Thanks to our partnership with The Heights Treatment, we offer comprehensive treatment for alcohol dependency to those in need of assistance. We believe we need to address the underlying issues and trauma to help in achieving sobriety and maintaining sobriety.

As alcoholism presents in a variety of forms, having an all-inclusive program is a necessity in addressing all of our client’s needs. As such, we utilize comprehensive and effective methods to help clients confront unresolved trauma, promote overall wellness, and encourage long-term sobriety. Additionally, we provide practical support in the essential areas of spirituality, community, life skills, and self-care.

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Why Is Alcoholism Recovery So Challenging?

Recovery from alcoholism is one of the most difficult things a person can do, especially if it goes along with substance use disorders, as there are no shortcuts during the process. Being considered a chronic illness by a national institute for mental health, alcoholism can only be managed and not cured.

Achieving and maintaining sobriety requires a constant level of work and dedication to one’s recovery. It's not just saying that you would quit drinking right on the spot. While some may believe they are healed after completing treatment, recovery from alcoholism requires significant longstanding lifestyle changes.

Recovery from alcoholism or alcohol misuse ultimately requires complete retraining of the brain if a person is hoping to sustain long-term sobriety. With all of these factors at play, recovery can seem very daunting, even for those with adequate support.

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What Are the Signs and Symptoms of Alcohol Abuse?

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The first step to alcohol use treatment is acknowledging that there is a problem. Stopping drinking problems paired with drug misuse is, meanwhile, another different issue to tackle. However, there usually are indicators present that point to possible addiction. Alcoholics may experience a few or many of these. Common signs and symptoms include but are not limited to:

• Drinking in private to hide it from others

• Experiencing the symptoms of a hangover without drinking

• Progressive distancing from close friends or family members to focus on drinking

• Short-term memory loss or full blackouts

When Should I Seek Alcohol Help?

Determining when one should seek a treatment provider for alcohol dependence riddled with mental health issues, or even substance abuse is at times, not the most straightforward task, and doesn't happen magically when you abruptly stop drinking. Transcend is willing to evaluate all potential clients to decide if help is needed for their alcohol-related problems, and to map the way forward for recovery. Some questions to ask yourself to clarify your drinking patterns or possible family history of alcoholism are as follows. If you have answered yes to any of these questions, it may be time to seek alcohol-related treatment and recovery.

Have your behaviors around liquor ever resulted in legal issues?

Do you ever crave liquor?

Has drinking liquor resulted in decreased interest in other activities that you used to enjoy?

Have you ever found yourself drinking more than you intended to?

Alcoholism is a serious illness that may be life-threatening if left untreated. While it is hard to maintain abstinence, the good news is that smart recovery from abuse can be achieved as long as you acknowledge that there is a problem and that you're ready to accept treatment and recovery to prevent relapse.

Types of Treatment for Alcohol Use Disorder

As liquor is a widely and socially acceptable drug in society, it can be one of the more challenging substances to identify as the source of liquor abuse or substance use problems. Be that as it may, excellent smart recovery treatment options do exist for those seeking treatment for their heavy drinking issues. Transcend offers a safe and supportive environment to help clients learn how to manage their alcoholism and strengthen their recovery process.

Inpatient and outpatient treatment are both options for those needing recovery from alcohol abuse and even substance use. Lasting anywhere from one month to one year, an inpatient can assist those in dealing with withdrawal symptoms, as well as various emotional issues. Outpatient provides this same extent of care while allowing clients to live at home or in sober living. Both treatment options often include family therapy, motivational enhancement therapy treatment program, or community-based support such as Alcoholics Anonymous and relapse prevention. Many alcoholics have reported that being surrounded by peers sharing a common experience creates a safe space for personal growth, apart from the medical supervision they get from health professionals.

Are There Alcohol Treatment Centers Near Me?

The good news is that Transcend offers extensive smart recovery via alcoholism treatment along with transitional housing and after-care at our centers in Houston and Los Angeles. Our program is top-tier, as we value our clients’ holistic health and their chances for recovery long term. If you or a loved one are suffering from alcoholism, we encourage you to call us to discuss how we can help.

Los Angeles Alcohol Recovery

Come join us at one of our beautiful Los Angeles sober living homes. There is a vibrant recovery community at Transcend waiting to support you.

11150 W. Olympic Blvd. Suite 760-A, Los Angeles CA 90064

Houston Alcohol Recovery

Imagine making new friends and living with purpose in the exciting, beautiful, and peaceful Houston Heights neighborhood in Texas.

945 Harvard St, Houston, TX 77008, United States

Call the recovery specialists at Transcend today at 800-208-1211 or use our contact us form and see how alcohol recovery is possible with Transcend community.

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