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Alcohol Detox in Dallas, TX

National Institute on Alcohol Abuse and Alcoholism estimated that 29.5 million adults in the United States were living with an alcohol use disorder in the year 2021. This number includes older adults, young adults, and adolescents. When we take a moment to think about that statistic, we can see the prevalence of alcohol addiction within our society. With this, we can have a better understanding of the significant impact that alcohol has on our communities.

Regardless of the substance that is being abused, addiction is a challenging disease to live with and manage. Having access to quality addiction treatment is a vital component of helping those struggling. 

Dallas Detox Center is a Dallas alcohol detox center located in Weatherford, TX. With a detoxification and inpatient rehab program, we are a full-spectrum inpatient addiction treatment program. To learn more about the luxurious treatment program offered at Dallas Detox Center, call (817)904-2197 today! 

Why is Alcohol Commonly Abused?

Alcohol is one of the most widely used and accepted substances today. The history of alcohol use and misuse goes back to the time of the Greeks, when even then, drinking in excess was recognized as problematic.

Alcohol has been legal in the United States since 1933 when Prohibition ended. While there are age restrictions regarding the ability to purchase alcohol, we know that underage drinking occurs.

Some individuals drink to ease their discomfort and help them feel more sociable. Alcohol is commonly used in social events and settings which can make it challenging to avoid if you have a difficult time controlling your drinking.  

If you would benefit from detoxing from alcohol, it is important that you consult with a medical professional before reducing or stopping drinking. Dallas Detox Center provides medical supervision during our detoxification program to ensure that you receiving the proper medical support for your needs. Call (817)904-2197 to speak with a Dallas Detox Center representative now!

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What Are the Signs of Alcohol Abuse?

Individuals who are misusing and abusing alcohol may show the following signs:

  • Drinking more often or consuming larger amounts of alcohol
  • Including alcohol in most of their activities
  • Changes in personal hygiene and appearance
  • Sleep disturbances
  • Having a preoccupation with alcohol
  • An inability to limit, control, or stop their drinking
  • Being defensive when someone voices concern about their drinking behaviors
  • Hiding alcohol or that they’ve been drinking
  • Changes to their mental health
  • Continuing to drink despite the consequences of their use
  • New or worsening legal concerns
  • Employment difficulties
  • Developing a tolerance
  • Withdrawal symptoms

If you have been struggling to control or limit your drinking, you may benefit from a Dallas alcohol detox center. Dallas Detox Center is a luxurious inpatient addiction treatment program located in Weatherford, Texas. Our treatment program is designed to be tailored to each individual we work with to meet your unique treatment needs. To learn more about how Dallas Detox Center can support your recovery, call (817)904-2197 today!

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How Does Alcohol Impact
the Body?

There are a variety of short-term and long-term risks associated with drinking alcohol. The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention noted the following:

  • Increased risk of injuries
  • Increased risk of violence (homicide, suicide, sexual assault, and intimate partner violence)
  • Risk of alcohol poisoning with heavy drinking 
  • Engaging in risky behaviors
  • Increased risk for miscarriage, stillbirth, and fetal alcohol syndrome disorders for pregnant women
  • Increased risk for high blood pressure, heart disease, and strokes
  • Liver disease and digestive concerns
  • Increased risk of certain cancers; breast, mouth, throat, esophagus, liver, and colon
  • Weakened immune system
  • Memory and learning difficulties
  • New or worsening mental health concerns

Dallas Detox Center is a Dallas alcohol detox center that offers detoxification and inpatient rehab programming for those who are struggling with alcohol misuse and abuse. Our holistic treatment program will explore the different areas of your life that were impacted by your drinking and provide you with the support you need to navigate your recovery. Call (817)904-2197 today to speak with a Dallas Detox Center representative. 

What Are the Symptoms
of Alcohol Withdrawal?

For individuals who have been misusing and abusing large amounts of alcohol, you can experience withdrawal symptoms. Some of the symptoms associated with alcohol withdrawal can be dangerous, and even fatal without medical supervision. Because of this, we urge you to seek medical support before you attempt to reduce or stop drinking.

Symptoms that can occur during alcohol withdrawal can include:

  • Nausea, vomiting, and sweating
  • Headaches
  • Agitation 
  • Delirium tremens
  • Seizures
  • Anxiety and depression
  • Sleep disturbances
  • Hallucinations 

Dallas Detox Center can support you while you are detoxing from alcohol and provide you with subsequent rehab programming. Our rehab program utilizes a combination of treatment approaches including group therapy, individual therapy, and educational sessions. To learn more about how Dallas Detox Center can support your recovery, call (817)904-2197 now!

Dallas Detox Offers Alcohol Detox in Dallas, Texas

Some individuals are able to drink alcohol in moderation and not find themselves sliding down the slippery slope toward an alcohol use disorder. For those who are unable to control, limit, and stop drinking, the path to addiction can consist of different twists and turns. A common thread among each is that this is a progressive and chronic disease, meaning that it will continue to worsen until you are able to stop drinking. 

Reaching the point in your addiction where you are willing to get help is often the result of significant consequences and challenges that resulted from drinking. Whether you have experienced relationship distress, financial concerns, loss of employment, and physical health concerns, you have undoubtedly experienced consequences from your drinking. 

Dallas Detox Center is a Dallas alcohol detox program that provides the medical supervision and support needed when you stop drinking. Our staff will monitor you for known concerns and difficulties that can arise during this time, and work with you to find comfort when possible. 

Once you have successfully moved through the detoxification portion of your journey, you can then transition into our inpatient rehab program. Our holistic addiction treatment program is tailored to each individual that we work with which can contribute to the varying lengths of time of our program. 

In our treatment program, you have the opportunity to participate in educational sessions, group therapy, and individual therapy. Our staff will work with you to help you develop the tools and skills needed to have a healthy and lasting recovery. 

If you are one of the 9.2 million Americans living with another mental health concern in addition to your alcohol use disorder, Dallas Detox Center can provide you with the appropriate dual diagnosis treatment. 

When you have completed your treatment program, you are then eligible for the unique alumni services offered by Dallas Detox Center. This includes check-in calls and appointments after your discharge, and support during readmission if you find yourself struggling with your use in the future. 

If you have been struggling with your drinking, it is important to know that you are not alone. There is never a point in your journey where it is “too late” to get help, or that there would be no benefits in a sober lifestyle. To learn more about how Dallas Detox Center can support you in your recovery, we invite you to call (817)904-2197.