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Withdrawal from alcohol has the potential to be life-threatening. It has been suggested that alcohol is one of the worst drugs to withdrawal from due to the painful withdrawal symptoms associated with it.


Alcohol withdrawal occurs once an individual who has a pattern of heavy drinking makes an attempt to reduce their alcohol consumption significantly. Alcohol withdrawal symptoms can onset as early as two hours after your last drink, and can last for weeks.


The severity of alcohol withdrawal symptoms can range from mild to extremely severe, and can sometimes be fatal. Due to the unpredictable severity of your alcohol withdrawal symptoms, it is important to seek alcohol treatment centers for withdrawal.

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Alcohol withdrawal symptoms includes:

  • Tremors
  • Anxiety
  • Nausea and/or vomiting
  • Sleeping difficulties
  • Breathing difficulties
  • Fluctuating heart rate
  • Extreme confusion
  • Sweating
  • Irritability


Alcohol Treatment Centers for Severe Alcoholism

There are treatment options available for alcoholism. Generally medication, psychotherapy, behavior modification, nutritional therapy, support groups and family therapy are necessary for a successful recovery.


Currently there are a small variety of drugs which are being used to effectively treat alcoholism, those medications include naltrexone, acamprosate and topiramate, a anti-consultant drug.


Treatment for alcohol abuse should include a regimen for alcohol withdrawal, such as a medical detox. There are a multitude of alcohol abuse treatment options, as well as multiple options for treatment for alcoholism.


We offer full a multitude of treatment options for alcoholism and alcohol abuse at our Recovery Centers.


Get Alcohol Treatment for Your Drinking Problem Today!

We understand recovery from alcoholism can be a very difficult process; in response we are dedicated to providing our patients with a safe and distraction free environment that helps ease the difficulty of recovery.


During alcohol abuse treatment at Harbor Village each of our clients are provided with an individualized treatment plan which has been created by our team of medical professionals and addiction specialists to ensure their unique needs are being accommodated.


During treatment for alcoholism symptoms and underlying addiction at our Recovery Centers, clients will be provided with the following treatment methods and services:


  • Medical Detox
  • Inpatient and Outpatient Rehabilitation
  • Comprehensive Individualized Treatment Plans
  • 24/7 Medical Supervision and Support
  • Drug Counseling
  • Relapse Prevention Education
  • Conventional Medication for Treating Certain Symptoms
  • Alcoholics Anonymous Meetings
  • Innovative Addiction and Recovery Services


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