For anyone experiencing alcohol withdrawal symptoms, it can be a difficult time. It’s vital to get through these symptoms as easily and safely as possible, as detoxing from alcohol without proper support can be very hard on your body. At Fort Behavioral Health, we offer on-site alcohol detox and a full medical team, so you can get the help and support you need to move through withdrawal and head toward recovery.

You don’t have to try to do this alone, and it’s much safer if you let trained professionals help you. Reaching out isn’t always easy, but it’s an important first step toward the clean and sober future that’s waiting out there for you. Contact us today at 844.332.1807 for information about our alcohol detox center in Texas.

Symptoms of Alcohol Addiction and Withdrawal

Knowing the warning signs and symptoms of alcohol addiction is essential to recognizing when someone needs help and getting them into treatment. Signs and symptoms of alcohol addiction include:

  • Inability to control frequency and amount of drinking
  • Intense craving for alcohol and desire to drink
  • Continuing to drink even when it causes problems with loved ones or at work
  • Shakiness or tremors
  • New or worsening anxiety or depression
  • Guilt or loneliness
  • Aggression
  • Impaired judgment and lack of restraint
  • Problems with coordination and balance
  • Slurred speech
  • Experiencing withdrawal symptoms when they can’t drink

Alcohol withdrawal symptoms can be very dangerous and include:

  • Headaches
  • Nausea and vomiting
  • Tremors
  • Hallucinations
  • Seizures
  • Loss of appetite
  • Disorientation
  • Insomnia
  • Increased heart rate

It is not advised that an individual attempt to quit drinking on their own, especially if they have been dependent or addicted for a long period of time. The safest way to start your recovery journey is at a professional alcohol addiction detox and rehab center.

Handling Alcohol Withdrawal Symptoms is Easier With Help

You may want to handle things alone because you’re worried about what people will think, or you don’t want to bother anyone. But none of that should be important. What matters is getting back to a healthy place in life, where you can feel good about your present and look forward to your future. We want to help you achieve that, and we’re here for you every step of the way. Among the help and hope we can provide to you is:

  • A caring, professional staff of people who want to listen
  • An adult recovery program with on-site detox
  • A full medical team and master’s level clinicians
  • Additional support for chronic relapsers
  • Private rooms and bathrooms for your convenience
  • 12-step, EMDR, CBT, and DBT options
  • Counseling during the detox process

That level of help and support is what you need to get you through alcohol withdrawal symptoms and into a recovered future. A clean and sober life is possible, and it’s waiting for you. By reaching out to us, you can move toward that life and have the hope and joy a healthy future can offer.

You Don’t Have to Battle Addiction Alone

Getting through alcohol withdrawal symptoms is only part of the battle. Once that’s done, you still need to move into recovery. We’re here to work with you every step of the way. We also want to make sure you have the tools you and tips you need to be successful and to have a recovery that’s strong and lasting. It’s not always easy to avoid relapse, but when you’ve been through a quality treatment program and have the right tools to use during difficult moments, your chances of success are higher, and you can feel more confident. It’s our job to help you get to that point, so you can get back to the plans and goals you made before alcohol got in the way.

In addition, many people struggle with alcohol addiction and mental health conditions. The combination of these conditions can mean that even if you get treatment for one condition, you may be at risk for relapse due to the other. However, with a dual diagnosis treatment program, we can treat both your addiction and mental health disorder at the same time. We offer treatment for a wide variety of mental health conditions, such as depression and anxiety.

Get the Support You Need, From Fort Behavioral Health

You don’t have to let addiction and alcohol withdrawal symptoms control your life any longer. You can break free from your addiction and live a clean and sober life by attending a quality drug treatment program. By contacting us today at 844.332.1807, you can get the support you really need to move toward a life of recovery. We’re here and ready to help you do that, so you can focus on a quality future and get back to living your life again.


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You don’t have to face the journey of recovery by yourself. There are people out there ready to help with what you’re going through. Reach out to someone for support today.

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