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If you're suffering from alcohol abuse, you need an alcohol abuse treatment program NOW. Your alcohol abuse is taking over your life, perhaps hurting the people closest to you as well as yourself. You can feel its power over you, and you know it's time to break this bond, but you don't know how. Affordable Rehab of Toms River is here to help you - call (201) 241-3132 and get help now!

Many people think that alcohol abuse and alcoholism are the same - they are not. Alcohol abuse and alcoholism are actually quite different, yet equally dangerous conditions that are very difficult to rehabilitate from.

Offering several different methods of treatment, alcohol rehab centers are a proven way to combat a very destructive disease; alcoholism. Physical, emotional and physcological support are very important for an alcoholic to stay strong willed and committed throughout the treatment. It is not necessary for one to be a severe alcoholic to receive treatment, though, most people associate rehabilitation centers with chronic and severe alcoholics.

Drug use mostly starts with peer pressure or simply out of curiosity and doesnt automatically lead to abuse. Unlike alcohol, drug abuse isnt about the quantity consumed or the frequency of usage. If the drugs are causing problems for you in any aspect of your life, be it social, work, home or relationships, you most likely have a drug addiction problem.

What Is Alcoholism?

Alcoholism, also known as “alcohol dependence and alcohol addiction” is a disease that that has as its base, four definitive symptoms:

a.   Craving: An intense desire or compulsion to drink alcohol.
b.   Loss of control: The inability to manage one’s drinking alcohol on any given occasion.
c.   Physical dependence: Alcohol withdrawal symptoms, such as nausea, sweating, shakiness, and anxiety, occur when alcohol use is stopped after a period of heavy drinking.
d.   Tolerance: The need to drink greater amounts of alcohol in order to experience the same effect

Yes, alcoholism is a disease. This has been established by the American Meidcal Association. The craving that an alcoholic feels for alcohol can be as strong as the need for food or water. An alcoholic will continue to drink despite serious family, health, financial or legal consequences.

Like many other diseases, alcoholism is chronic, meaning that it lasts a person's lifetime; it usually follows a predictable course; and it has symptoms. The risk for developing alcoholism, alcohol dependence or alcohol addiction is influenced by genetics, environment and lifestyle.


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