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Alcoholism

is a disease the is considered progressive in nature. Progressive meaning that the disease always moves foward, never backward. The disease of alcoholism will kill a person eventually if left untreated.

You may need a professional Alcoholism Intervention Specialist to help you family

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Sooner or later, almost everyone witnesses the out of control antics of a problem drinker. But here is the important question: Is problem drinking the same as alcoholism?
So ask yourself:
Question: What is alcoholism? The answer is: A committee of experts in the field of addiction treatment arrived at a consensus for a working definition of alcoholism that is (l) scientifically valid, (2) clinically useful and (3) understandable by the public. If you know someone who may need an intervention, call 855-222-1101 toll free today! DIG is known as a trusted resource in the industry.

Call us today for  intervention services for teenagers or adults

Call us today for intervention services for teenagers or adults
As such, alcoholism can be defined as a chronic disease that carries with it a universally recognizable set of symptoms, including impaired control over drinking, preoccupation with the drug alcohol, use of alcohol despite adverse consequences, and distortions of thinking, most notably denial. These symptoms may be continuous or periodic. Although the disease is often progressive and can be fatal, it is also treatable.

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If your situation matches the circumstances described here, please call us immediately toll-free at 855-222-1101and speak with a Clinician who can explain to you how a professional intervention will be sucessful for your hurting family. We are trained professionals, all at masters level or above in our education and experience and we will help your loved one fast. Alcoholism always ends in death if it is left untreated. Get help from an alcoholism intervention professional today.

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In general, problem drinking qualifies as alcoholism when the person in question:

– Drinks compulsively
– Keeps drinking in spite of adverse consequences
– Gets upset when alcohol is not readily available

Not everyone who ever gets drunk needs an alcohol intervention. Many people drink to experiment, to act social, or to show off. Alcoholics, however, do not plan to get drunk; their drinking is an uncontrollable urge.

Diversified Intervention Group is known as a trusted resource in the industry by folks who know what they are talking about and those who are informed. Call us today at 855-222-1101 to talk to someone about intervention services for an alcoholic.

How Common is Alcoholism?

In any randomly selected group of people from any country, 10 to 15 out of every 100 of them either are alcoholics or will someday become alcoholics. Ten million Americans are alcoholics, and another 10 million are problem drinkers who may be on their way to becoming alcoholics.

Alcoholism is by no means a male disease: between one-third and one-half of all alcoholics are women. Many alcoholics are teenagers, some are even pre-teenagers.

Abuse of alcohol is the number two killer of Americans, second only to cancer. In a typical general medical practice, 25 to 50 percent of the patients have significant medical, psychological, or social problems related to their use of alcohol.

What Causes Alcoholism?

Doctors believe the tendency toward alcoholism is an inherited physical characteristic, possibly involving liver enzymes. Other theories indicate that message-carrying chemicals within the nervous system may make a person more vulnerable to the disease. Individual reactions to alcohol may vary widely:

– Certain people dislike and avoid alcohol because even small amounts disagree with them.
– Many others enjoy a certain amount of alcohol, but instinctively stop drinking as soon as they get dizzy or sleepy.
– Still others love the high they feel from alcohol, but have no sense of when they should stop drinking. When they drink, they get drunk-even though they have had enough experience with alcohol to know better.

The people in group ‘c’ are believed to be predisposed to alcoholism and may need an intervention specialist to help them stop drinking. This predisposition is not a moral weakness, but an inborn part of their body chemistry.

Diversified Intervention Group is known as a trusted resource in the industry by folks who know what they are talking about and those who are informed. Call us today at 855-222-1101 to talk to someone about intervention services for an alcoholic.

How Can You Tell Who will become an Alcoholic?

Medically speaking, you cannot tell. To date there is no diagnostic test that can single out people who have an inherited predisposition to alcoholism. Practically speaking, however, there are two important clues:

– Children of alcoholics have a two to four times greater risk of developing alcoholism than children of non-alcoholics. People in this group may require an alcohol abuse intervention to be able to stop drinking.

– People who are drinking ever-increasing amounts of alcohol, and who become irritable when they don’t drink, are clearly at risk for alcoholism.