Alcoholism has several key signs and symptoms, and an effective
alcoholism addiction treatment program will address these and more on
the way to a successful recovery:
Narconon Arrowhead has an excellent track record for alcoholism
addiction treatment. While many treatment centers believe that
alcoholism is an incurable disease requiring a lifetime of treatment,
Narconon Arrowhead has been able to prove that alcoholism is an
addiction that can be completely overcome.
- - Craving--A strong need, or urge, to drink.
- - Loss of control--Not being able to stop drinking once drinking has begun.
- - Physical dependence--Withdrawal symptoms, such as nausea, sweating, shakiness, and anxiety after stopping drinking.
- - Tolerance--The need to drink greater amounts of alcohol to get "high."
"I struggled with alcoholism for many years early in my
adult life, which caused me to fail at everything I tried. The only
solution I knew of was to keep drinking, which numbed the pain but only
fueled my addiction. After nearly losing my life to alcoholism my
family helped me get into Narconon in Oklahoma. The program completely
changed my life and I have been free from alcoholism for 8 years now
thanks to their successful addiction treatment program. I am eternally
grateful for helping me be the person I knew I was underneath it all."
Contrary to experimental science, there is no magic pill that can be
taken to effectively treat alcoholism addiction. Pharmaceuticals have
never held the answer to addiction and never will. In most cases, they
only temporarily treat the problem, only to discover a relapse in the
future. Treating the body with more chemicals actually results in a
further dependence upon and craving for more chemicals to get through
Narconon Arrowhead’s drug-free alcoholism addiction treatment program
helps restore natural health and rebuild the mind and body to become
strong enough to face the problems in life and solve them without
returning back to alcohol or any other drugs.
Call Narconon Arrowhead today at 1-800-468-6933 to speak with an intake
counselor and to get more information about how we can help you or your
loved one at our alcoholism addiction treatment center.