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Alcohol Treatment

“Most recovering alcoholics in early sobriety have trouble believing they'll ever have fun again but if they hang in there, it's amazing how good life can become.”
Elizabeth Zelvin, interview, The Fix

At Square One Health we understand how difficult it is to overcome alcohol addiction. Our qualified staff are here to help you every step of the way to be successful in your recovery.

Signs that Alcohol Treatment is Necessary:

An individual struggling with Alcohol Addiction will oftentimes deny they have a problem when confronted. However, there are some common behaviors and signs to indicate someone may have a problem with alcohol.

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Early Signs of Alcohol Abuse:

  • Blackouts/Memory Loss
  • Struggling relationships
  • Separation or Divorce
  • Depression, Anxiety, and Irritability
  • Loss of Employment
  • Unexplained falls
  • Unexplained bruises
  • Financial Issues
  • Strange/Intoxicated Behavior
  • Weight loss
  • Car Accidents/DUI
  • An inability to control drinking
  • Drinking alone

Later Symptoms of Alcohol Abuse:

  • Seizures
  • Malnutrition
  • Hallucinations
  • Confusion
  • Alcoholic Cardiomyopathy
  • Anemia
  • Neuropathy
  • Cirrhosis
  • Gastritis
  • Pancreatitis

Unfortunately, most alcoholics will not be diagnosed with the above so they can be treated as most individuals will not answer questions honestly about their usage and deny having a problem.

If you or a loved one are suffering from alcohol abuse call us today. Prolonged alcohol abuse can lead to serious damage of the brain and body, leading to death.

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Overcoming Alcoholism and Alcohol Abuse

Some enter our program as their first time, and others have been through a program in the past and have been unable to stay sober. Some experience a traumatic even and they think alcohol will be a temporary solution to their pain, until they find themselves in old patterns of abuse and realize they are back where they started.

The National Center for Drug Abuse Statistics states that alcoholism, alcohol abuse and alcohol use disorder kills over 3 million people each year, accounting for 6% of global deaths. Ohio alone has an average of 5,739 deaths per year.