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Alcoholism continues to be a concern in the state of Louisiana. In 2018, it reported the ninth highest number of drunk driving fatalities in the country. That is up to one ranking from the previous year. Anyone who has the occasional drink of alcohol knows how it can affect your thinking and judgment. For some, drinking alcohol is a daily event, and their best chance at recovery is by going into an alcohol rehab program outside of their home state like that at Beaches Recovery.
It’s not clear why some people develop alcohol use disorder, the medical name for alcoholism. It possible the root cause is a combination of genetics and environment. There may also be underlying mental health issues that impact a person’s drinking.
Alcohol use disorder is a pattern of drinking that lacks control. That might mean someone drinks daily even though it is not healthy for them, it could also be a tendency to drink to excess when they go out, even though they don’t use alcohol every day.
Drinking alcohol to excess has a detrimental effect on many parts of the body, including the brain and the liver. The body absorbs alcohol very quickly, which is why you feel drunk so fast. When the alcohol reaches the brain, it interferes with the communication between the neurons. That is why you feel off-balance and slur your speech when drunk.
Alcohol is broken down and metabolized by the liver. Over time, it can damage the liver cells leading to scaring. Anywhere from 10 to 15 percent of people with alcohol use disorder will develop liver cirrhosis.
The best chance at recovery for those with alcoholism in Louisiana is alcohol rehab. It’s important to find an alcohol rehab program that suits your needs, though, and that may be outside of the state. That starts with looking for a treatment program that specializes in alcohol use disorder.
When searching for alcohol rehab, ask about their accreditation. The right alcohol rehab will have full accreditation from the Joint Commission on Accreditation of Healthcare Organizations (JCAHO). This ensures they provide evidence-based treatment modalities.
You will also want an alcohol rehab program that offers or works with a managed detox program. Those with alcohol use disorder should consider managed detox as they go through withdrawal. It can be dangerous to withdraw from alcohol without medical supervision.
Those searching for alcohol rehab in Louisiana may actually find better options in other states. Beaches Recovery is a 90-bed facility situated around some of the country’s most beautiful beaches. They specialize in multiple addictions, including alcohol.
Located in Jacksonville, FL, the services at Beaches Recovery include:
Beaches Recovery partners with Tides Edge Detox Center also in Jacksonville. Tides Edge Detox Center is a fully accredited and medically managed detox treatment program that will allow you to transition into the alcohol rehab service at Beaches Recovery sober and ready to work towards recovery.
Beaches Recovery provides those with alcoholism from Louisiana,, a program accredited by JCAHO. You’ll find the facility at Beaches Recovery to be a warm and welcoming environment, as well. The staff is trained to deal with alcohol use disorder and work with you to develop a care plan that best suits your unique needs.
The dual diagnosis service allows you to get help for any mental health issues that might impact your alcohol use. By dealing with both conditions at the same time, you decrease your risk of relapse.
Alcoholism doesn’t have to derail your life. Give us a call today at 866.605.0532, or contact us online. You can tour the Beaches Recovery facility and get answers to any questions you might have about alcohol rehab.