Alcohol Rehab

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Our treatment center is helping people in the Omaha, NE area take back their lives from the dark force of drug and alcohol dependency. Age and background don’t matter, it is possible to break free from alcohol and drug addiction. Too often, people just give up as alcohol and drug dependency destroys their family, friendships, and professional successes. They don’t know where to go for help, or even if they can be helped at all. Fear and shame keep them silent, making alcohol addiction recovery more complicated. Begin fighting drug and alcohol abuse immediately! We believe that everyone has the ability to improve their life for the better by breaking free of addiction. To speak with a dependency professional, call (402) 267-9960 today!

Dangers of Alcoholism and Alcohol Abuse

Alcohol has a complex effect on the body; it is the cause of many physical illnesses and health complications, and also affects psychological disorders. Probably the most well-known result of alcohol use is liver problems, like steatosis (fatty liver), alcoholic hepatitis (liver inflammation), fibrosis (formation of excessive tissue within the liver), and cirrhosis (hardening). The liver processes and cleanses toxins from the body, so a non-functioning liver can result in a slow and painful death. Many other organs are at risk, including the pancreas, which will produce poisonous substances in the presence of alcohol, resulting in pancreatitis. Furthermore, alcohol is known to contribute to cancer of the mouth, esophagus, throat, liver, and breasts. Drinking – even immoderate drinking on one occasion – cripples the immune system and can cause users to be prone to diseases like pneumonia and tuberculosis. Heart damage, like stretching of the heart and irregular heartbeat, and stroke are other common health conditions that affect alcoholics and alcohol abusers.

The brain can be adversely affected on account of alcohol use. Even occasional binge drinking has negative side effects, like:

  • diminished inhibitions
  • motor impairment
  • confusion
  • coma
  • breathing complications
  • death

Because alcohol use disorders are often compounded by other mental issues, we offer services aimed at addressing all facets of alcohol use. The consequences of alcohol use disorders include the increased chance of:

  • automotive injuries
  • violent and dangerous behavior
  • suicide
  • homicide

Custom-Designed Treatment Recovery Programs Rehab

Because circumstances are unique for each patient, no two people have the same treatment requirements. Our programs are both reasonably priced and effective, and can be completed in 28 days, 60 days, or 90 days, depending on the individual’s requirements. While some addicts can reach sobriety in a twenty-eight day program, research shows that the longer the rehab program lasts, the higher the likelihood of accomplishing long term sobriety. At Better Recovery Treatment Rehab, each patient’s individual situation is evaluated during the intake period, and a comprehensive, targeted treatment plan is devised just for them. The programs offer an optimal blend of affordable outpatient costs, combined with the twenty-four hour monitored care that would be found in top quality inpatient facilities.

How Better Recovery Treatment Rehab Helps

Depending on the acuteness of the alcohol use disorder, detoxification may be required before rehabilitation can begin. Detoxing without clinical assistance can be very hazardous for severe alcoholics, possibly even deadly. The side effects of withdrawing from alcohol range from mild to extremely serious, and include:

  • tremors
  • irritability
  • headache
  • nausea
  • trouble sleeping
  • irregular heart rate
  • pupils different size
  • visual hallucinations
  • black outs

With the help of Better Recovery Treatment Rehab’s capable clinical staff, alcoholics can detoxify in a controlled atmosphere. It’s important to follow detox with rehabilitation for alcohol use disorders, since detox only breaks the physiological dependence to the substance. Treatment, or rehab, is the only assured way that an addict can really recover from an alcohol use disorder.  If you are in the Omaha, NE area and looking for drug and alcohol treatment, you can trust us with your recovery process. Call Better Recovery Rehab‘s alcoholism recovery experts at (402) 267-9960 for more information about alcohol use disorders, locations of treatment programs, or for advice about dealing with substance abuse.