Alcohol Treatment and Rehab

Alcoholism is one of the most common addictions in America. The social acceptance of drinking can often lead to denial - and, if left untreated, severe consequences.


Alcohol Addiction Treatment

Using cocaine increases the amount of the “feel-good” chemical dopamine in the brain.

When someone uses cocaine for a long period of time, he or she develops a tolerance to the drug’s euphoric effects.

Eventually the cocaine user’s brain needs the drug to produce any dopamine or even to feel “normal.” As a result, withdrawal symptoms emerge when someone stops using cocaine. Many addicted people continue abusing cocaine just to avoid these side effects.

Inpatient Rehabilitation for Alcohol Addiction

Many people don’t recognize the damaging effects of alcohol because it is so prevalent in society. Whether it’s having one too many drinks at happy hour after work one night or developing a pattern of frequent binge drinking, the effects of alcohol can be seen across the country in many forms.

Take Control of Your Life

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