Choosing an alcohol rehab can be a stressful undertaking. Chances are, that if you’re at the point of seeking help, your emotional and physical health levels are already well below their prime. In order to obtain the treatment best suited to your needs, you must first investigate the situation and options before you. In this entry, we will discuss some of the questions you should pose when determining your recovery path.
Symptoms and Signs of Alcoholism
Taking an objective and honest look at the symptoms and signs of alcoholism is the only way to properly determine whether alcohol rehab is an option worth pursuing.
- Has your drinking effected work performance, or resulted in loss of employment?
- Are you experiencing health problems as a result of your drinking?
- Do your drinking habits and behaviors negatively affect your relationships with friends and family?
- Do you continue to drink anyway?
- If you can relate to the questions above and are researching alcoholism recovery options, chances are, you could benefit from alcohol rehabilitation.
Inpatient or Outpatient Treatment?
Outpatient rehab often intrigues patients due to its lower financial burdens and less substantial time commitments. The idea is that they will be able to address their issues on a part time basis without placing a true focus on the recovery at hand. Unfortunately, this is rarely the case.
Inpatient alcohol rehabilitation, on the other hand, works to remove triggers and temptation through complete and total immersion into the recovery process. There’s also the added benefit of constant medical monitoring and clinical services. Instead of juggling recovery alongside, family, friends, work, school and social commitments, patients are afforded the opportunity to focus on themselves, their health and the recovery at large until a point where they feel confident enough to return home.
What Role Does Family Play in the Recovery Process?
During your time at our luxury rehab center, addiction treatment specialists will work to rebuild family relationships that have been damaged by the addiction. The process may include family therapy sessions to help educate and inform your loved ones as to the specifics of alcoholism, while bridging the gap to ensure healthy and positive communication moving forward. There are also many other family resources available if your family needs help understanding your addiction.
Â How Do I Get Into Alcohol Rehab at The Dunes?
Your stay at The Dunes begins with a simple call. Pick up the phone today, and let our team of alcohol and addiction specialists help you back on track towards the healthy, positive and happy lifestyle you’ve been missing!