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Stop Drinking

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Stop Drinking – Why would you want to stop drinking? “A lot easier than it sounds to some of us”. It is hard to take in that you have a drinking problem. How do you know?  Well one of the easiest ways to find out is to take a look around you. Look at your family, your relationship, your job, self-esteem, depression and so on.

Is or has alcohol effected your life in any of these circles, or maybe it still is? If this is the case, it may now be time to stop. You may think your relationship is fine, your job is fine, but deep down you know they may have given up telling you to cut down or stop your drinking. Behind the scenes you could be heading for massive problems in these departments, and this is all due to your alcohol consumption.

Stop Drinking – What is the answer?

Stop Drinking – You need to get help. This is normally done through contacting your doctor or a detox unit. Never just stop drinking as it is medically unsafe, and can bring on seizures, fits and in some cases be fatal. If you want to detox from alcohol, you are going to need medical supervision, whether it be through an Alcohol Rehabilitation centre or your doctor. Withdrawal from alcohol in a safe medical way will not be uncomfortable. You will not be hallucinating, having the shakes etc. The medication takes care of all that. You can seek a medical detox at home or through a detox unit.

You will be prescribed medication and Vitamin B for your detox. If you are unable to detox at home, then you do have the safe option of a detox centre. This will be residential. After you have completed your detox, you are able to continue your rehabilitation at a rehabilitation centre, normally the one you have just had your detox at, or you may continue from home.

If you would like more details on detoxing from alcohol, or just giving up drinking in general, call out team on Tel: 0845 3881 543 or Mobiles call 07811 606 606. We are here 24 hours a day.