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What is Alcohol Addiction?

Alcohol is a seemingly simple substance, but it leads to complicated addictions. This is why alcohol rehab is one of the most common substance abuse treatments.

Because alcohol is normalized and commonly involved in everyday situations, it’s easy to become addicted to alcohol.

Understanding Alcohol

If you are struggling with alcohol abuse or addiction, Resurgence Behavioral Health can help.

There are a variety of reasons to seek treatment.

Living with alcohol addiction is not sustainable in the long-term.

It may be challenging to ask for help when you’re unsure how you got to where you are in your addiction.

Understanding your alcohol abuse and addiction is an important first step.

Alcohol Abuse

Alcohol abuse is different from alcohol addiction. If you abuse alcohol, you may go to a party and have too many drinks. You may feel tired or hungover the following morning but usually function throughout the day.

If you’re addicted to alcohol, you’ll have trouble completing everyday tasks without having a few drinks. You may have friends who binge drink or abuse alcohol without ever becoming addicted. This only makes the disease more confusing.

But alcoholism alters your brain chemistry, changing your thoughts and behaviors.

When you’re working through it, it can be difficult to understand. When you move from alcohol abuse to addiction, and you’re not sure what to do, Resurgence Behavioral Health is here to help.

Signs and Symptoms

While you struggle with the effects of alcohol abuse and addiction, it may be challenging to keep a clear head. Alcohol can make your thoughts feel clouded and unclear.

Here are some other signs and symptoms of alcohol addiction:

  • You often blackout while drinking.
  • You suffer from unexplainable injuries.
  • Your appetite is decreased.
  • You suffer withdrawal symptoms when you go a few hours without a drink.
  • You have relapsed after experiencing withdrawal symptoms.
  • You have insomnia.
  • You need to drink to feel normal.
  • You have consistent or overwhelming cravings when you’re not drinking.

Alcohol addiction symptoms may look different for everyone. Individual factors can change the symptoms you experience.

If you experience any of these symptoms regularly, it may be time for rehab.

Reasons for Alcohol Addiction

Alcohol addiction can occur for a variety of reasons.

Overcoming your addiction may have less to do with your willpower than your genetics. Alcohol addiction, in particular, tends to run in families. Genetics plays a large part in alcohol addiction, often contributing up to 50% of the risk. If you are the child of an alcoholic, science tells us that you’re four times more likely to become an alcoholic.

What may seem to you like a lack of internal strength is often much deeper than that. Growing up in an environment that normalizes alcohol abuse can impact you in adolescence and into adulthood.

Genetics is not the only factor to consider.

Other environmental and social factors are often involved. If you work in a high-stress job or face difficult or strained relationships, this may also contribute to your addiction.

Difficult situations may lead you to seek alcohol as a coping mechanism.

Alcohol is easy to find, affordable, and already available in many situations.

However, using alcohol to cope will lead to more problems than it will fix.

Another major contributing factor is mental illness.

Mental Illness and Alcohol

Mental illnesses and alcohol addictions often occur together.

Mood disturbances are common mental illnesses linked to alcohol addiction –up to 80% of those struggling with alcoholism experience them.

Depression is one of the most common mood disorders among people struggling with alcohol abuse or addiction.

Anxiety disorders are in a different category, but these disorders are common problems for people with an alcohol use disorder.

This combination, called dual diagnosis, can also be treated at Resurgence Behavioral Health.

We combine a variety of proven therapeutic techniques and holistic remedies to give you customized, patient-focused care in any category.

Inpatient Treatment

Inpatient alcoholism treatment is the only option that provides 24-hour care.

This is ideal if you have a severe addiction, multiple addictions, or a dual diagnosis. Without professional help, each of these can be challenging to overcome.

Our inpatient treatment program addresses a wide variety of addictions and related complications.

Whether you choose inpatient care, outpatient care, or another treatment option, we offer customized treatment programs.

For most people, inpatient treatment is the right kind of care. If you have already noticed the impacts alcoholism can have on your physical and mental health, this is likely the right option for you. Impacted relationships, work-life, increased accidents or injuries, or the need for additional support are other reasons to choose inpatient treatment. If you feel like you cannot function without drinking, your inpatient treatment may start with a medically-assisted detox.

This will help:

  • Safely rid your body of the remaining alcohol in your system.
  • Ease physical and mental withdrawal symptoms.
  • Build your strength and confidence in the steps that come next.
  • Allow us to monitor and track your progress.

When you finish your detox, you will begin your inpatient program.

We will teach you how to manage your addiction in ways that you can continue long after you leave. We will teach you how to manage stress, build healthier habits, and seek healthier coping mechanisms, too.

In our inpatient program, you will have 24-hour access to care, support, and stability.

Behavioral health therapies are a large part of the program, as well. They help you understand your addiction, alter damaging thought patterns and behaviors, and recognize what triggers you.

From individual to family and group sessions, you will have access to everything you need to overcome alcoholism and build a sober and healthy life.

Outpatient Treatment

If you have a milder addiction or cannot leave your family or job for an inpatient stay, outpatient care may be an option.

Generally, this option is not recommended if you require a medical detox. Nevertheless, our addiction specialists will work with you to build a customized treatment plan based on your specific needs and level of addiction.

We will consider many different factors as we build the plan for you.

In our outpatient program, you will live at home and attend sessions at our facility each week. You will participate in many of the same therapies and treatments. Sessions and support groups will provide additional support while you manage your sobriety at home. With this care setting, it is essential to be diligent in your recovery and build a strong support system at home.

Other Alcoholism Treatment Options

If inpatient or traditional outpatient care does not meet your needs, other options are available in our state-of-the-art facilities.

Depending on your addiction, you may be eligible for an alternative treatment option. These supplemental programs help us meet a variety of needs for our patients.

Intensive outpatient, 12-step alcohol programs, and partial hospitalization programs are among of the most common supplemental treatment methods.

For more information, please call our facility to speak with one of our experts.

Our clinical team will assess your unique needs and begin designing your treatment plan.

They will also perform fast and free insurance verification for you.

Resurgence Behavioral Health

There is a reason why Resurgence Behavioral Health is Orange County’s number one alcohol rehab and detox center.

Each of our rehab programs is tailored to your unique needs to ensure that it is patient-focused and effective.

Our wide range of therapeutic techniques and holistic remedies stands a notch above the rest.

See what patient-focused care can do for you.

Addiction Treatment that
Just Works

Individualized treatment programs delivered in a comfortable, relaxed setting promote healing in your recovery journey.