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Alcohol Withdrawl

is medically dangerous. In most cases, it is not only difficult for the alcoholic, and extremely dangerous to one’s health without proper medical supervision. In many cases, medically-supervised detoxification from alcohol is not only recommended but required. People who drink alcohol in abundance will soon experience the fact that excessive long-term alcohol consumption can lead to dependence it is consumed long enough.

If you need a professional interventionist, call toll free: 855-222-1101

For professional intervention services call toll free: 855-222-1101
In 1956, The American Medical Association formally recognized alcoholism as a disease. Previous to that year, many medical and psychiatric professionals thought that alcohoism was simply a symptom of some underlying emotional or psychological disorder. In those days, months and even years were spent in treatment unsucessfully. And in the meantime, the person’s disease steadily got worse. Most people who work with alcoholics know that alcoholism is a progressive disease. That means that it only gets worse and never better.

The disease of Chemical Dependency and how it applies to alcohol withdrawl

Maybe you are not aware that alcohol is a drug? Perhaps you are not aware that chemical dependency is a disease? Those who are familiar with this industry know this but if you are trying to learn about how alcoholism works, you may not know this. A person who abuses or misuses alcohol or drugs is not doing so deliberately, but because he or she is sick. Medical science knows the following about the disease of alcoholism:

  • The disease of alcoholism can be described
  • The disease of alcoholism can and will follow a prescribed course
  • The disease is permanent or chronic
  • The disease can be fatal if not arrested with professional help
  • Alcoholism IS treatable

Alcohol withdrawl symptoms

When a person consumes alcohol in great quantities and then stops suddenly, he or she will experience alcohol withdrawl symptoms. If you are not familiar with Alcohol withdrawl symptoms, here are a few of them:

  • Anxiety or nervousness
  • Depression
  • Not thinking clearly
  • Fatigue
  • Irritability
  • Jumpiness or shakiness
  • Mood swings
  • Nightmares

So if you see any of the above signs or symptoms, you may need a professional clinician to assist your family to get through an intervention process. Diversified Intervention Group can help you. Call toll free today on our hotline: 855-222-1101.