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What is alcoholism?

Alcoholism is an illness, according to alcoholics anonymous. A slang term for a alcoholics anonymous is A.A. Alcoholics lose control over their drinking because they are sick…ill in the body and the mind (or emotions). If an alcoholic does not stop drinking, their alcoholism will always get worse and worse, as alcoholism is what we call a progressive disease. Progressive means that it will not ever get better. Medical science has not found a cure yet for alcoholism. The disease can be arrested but not cured.

If you know someone who may need an intervention for alcoholism, call us at: 855-222-1101 and we will guide you through the process. Our highly-trained staff Therapists will teach you how to set up an intervention for your loved one who suffers from alcoholism.

Both the American Medical Association (AMA) and the British Medical Associations (BMA), agree that alcoholism is an illness.

Call us immediately at 855-222-1101 if you think you need an intervention
An alcoholic’s life is typically controlled by alcohol and the consumption of alcohol. When a person becomes alcoholic, he/she will lose interest in most all else except thoughts of alcohol and using alcohol. The person’s life becomes centered around alcohol.

Addiction to alcoholism is a long-term, continuing problem that is usually difficult to solve.

If you know someone who may need an intervention for an addiction or alcoholism, call us at: 855-222-1101 and we will guide you through the process.

What is alcoholism..? Alcoholism is an illness, according to alcoholics anonymous. Once a person crosses the line with his ot her drinking and becomes alcoholic, they remain that way for life.

When an alcoholic tries to stop drinking, and fails because life is just too hard without alcohol in their body, the chances are pretty good that you may need a professionally-led master’s level clinician here at DIG.

Once that an alcoholic is convinced that he or she can not live with alcohol, the dependency becomes an obsession. When the alcoholic drinks even though he or she has promised themselves that they would not drink, this is classified as compulsion.

It is in the nature of alcoholism that an alcoholic believes they are not ill. Alcoholics have this belief that they are “OK” because that there are “much harder” drugs out there. This is what we call denial. The problem is that alcoholics many times end up using those very drugs. And by the way, alcohol is a drug.

If you know someone who may need an intervention for alcoholism, call us at: 855-222-1101 and we will guide you through the process.

Complications of Alcoholism and Alcohol Abuse

Usually, drinking alcohol initially elevates the person’s mood. However, after a long period of regular heavy drinking the person’s nervous system will become depressed and the drinker will become sedated by alcohol. It is widely known that alcohol is a major depressant to the Central Nervous System (CNS). So each time an alcoholic drinks alcohol, his or her system is being affected in a negative way.

Alcohol may undermine a person’s judgment; it can lower inhibitions and alter the drinker’s thoughts, emotions and general behavior. Heavy regular drinking can have a serious effect on a person’s ability to coordinate his/her muscles and speak properly. Heavy binge drinking could cause the patient to go into a coma.

Are you reading this page because you have a loved one who has been consuming too much alcohol? Then give us a call we can help you with intervention services: 855-222-1101 today.