Alcohol addiction help
No matter what your situation, alcohol addiction does not need to be a permanent issue. Addiction can feel like the loneliest place in the world but there is help available from organisations like Private Rehab Guide; organisations devoted to helping you take your life back. We are here to support you regardless of what your addiction involves.
Time to assess your need
Our experience tells us there are far more victims of alcohol addiction than statistics suggest. This is because alcohol is so widely accepted that it is easy to conceal an addiction or not even realise that you have one.
Below are some common symptoms of alcohol addiction. If you exhibit any of them, you should seriously consider contacting us for help:
- Planning social events around alcohol availability
- Wondering where your next drink is coming from
- Abnormal compulsions to drink
- Feelings of anxiety, depression, and/or thoughts of suicide
- Feeling the need to have a drink first thing in the morning
- Lying about your drinking habits to others
- Experiencing withdrawal symptoms when you are unable to get a drink
There is no shame in asking for help
If you suspect you have a problem, we want you to know there is no shame in asking for help. Alcohol addiction can take control of your thoughts and is extremely difficult to fight alone.
Private Rehab Guide works with some of the best clinics for alcohol addiction help. We want to assist you in getting yourself into one of these programmes so that you can, once and for all, end the destructive role of alcohol in your life. Our clinics are staffed by caring and knowledgeable individuals, willing to do what it takes to help you regain control of your decisions.
Consequences of not asking
Leaving an addiction untreated not only causes suffering for you, but also those around you. Unfortunately, many of those consequences are severe. Consider the following:
- Broken relationships – Perhaps the most devastating effect of alcohol addiction is the destruction it brings to personal relationships. Alcohol destroys families, ruins marriages, and alienates friends.
- Financial ruin – Like any addiction, alcoholism requires financial resources. The more you drink the less money you have to pay your bills. There is also the chance of losing your job if you consistently drink
- Health problems – Alcohol addiction can lead to many health problems including cirrhosis, heart disease, anaemia, hypertension and more.
Regardless of how you started drinking, there is no viable reason for you to continue supporting an alcohol addiction. There is more to life than drinking. If you are ready to seek help, whether it’s for yourself or a loved one, Private Rehab Guide is here to help you. Please take the first step to recovery by calling us today. The sooner you do, the better off you’ll be, that’s a fact.