If you’re trying to stop drinking and you’re experiencing alcohol withdrawal, you’re not alone. A lot of people experience those kinds of symptoms when they work toward ending their addiction to alcohol. But the key to successfully doing that is to have professional help. At Fort Behavioral Health, we can give you the treatment and support you need to get through alcohol addiction and the withdrawal symptoms that come with getting clean from the substance. Because it can be dangerous to detox if you’re not prepared for it, going through an alcohol detox program in a medical setting is the right choice for your health and safety.

Are You Experiencing Alcohol Withdrawal Symptoms?

Alcohol withdrawal occurs when a person who has an alcohol addiction or dependency stops drinking. Their brain has forgotten how to cope without the substance. As a result, it has to relearn this skill. Unfortunately, this process results in several uncomfortable symptoms and may take a few days to dissipate. There are a lot of different alcohol withdrawal symptoms and how severe yours will be can depend on several factors, such as how long you’ve been drinking and how often.

When you’re in alcohol withdrawal, you may feel a strong urge to drink. However, you may also have shakes and chills, be sick to your stomach, and have trouble focusing or staying awake. In severe cases, withdrawal from alcohol can be fatal if you do not handle it correctly. That’s why it’s essential to go to a quality treatment facility, so you can get the support and guidance you need to withdraw from alcohol the right way. Through proper detox procedures, you’ll reduce your risk of harm and move toward recovery. Some of the ways we can help include:

  • Master’s level clinicians
  • 12 step program
  • On-site detox
  • A full medical team
  • Caring, trained professionals
  • CBT, EMDR and other therapy options
  • Help for chronic relapse
  • Counseling during detox

You don’t have to handle alcohol withdrawal symptoms on your own. In fact, you really shouldn’t try to handle them that way at all. Besides putting yourself at risk for physical and mental harm, it can be stressful and frightening. When you’re in the proper setting, though, with a good treatment program and people who care about your well-being, it’s much more comfortable and safer to go through withdrawal and complete detox so you can focus on moving toward a durable and lasting recovery. When you want a clean and sober future, it can take some work to get that. But that work is worth it for what you’ll gain in return.

Our Trained Professionals Will Help You See Success

It would help if you also had good people around you, along with a quality treatment program to help you get through alcohol withdrawal symptoms. Friends and family members mean well and will often be a great source of support, but they don’t always how to help. Our staff members have the training and experience to make sure you can withdraw from alcohol safely, so you don’t have to worry about giving in to cravings or putting your mental or physical health at risk by trying to do things alone.

Let Fort Behavioral Health Give You the Support You Need

You can break free of your addiction to alcohol and live a recovered life. There’s no need to allow drinking to get in the way of your goals and dreams any longer. Contact us at 844.332.1807 today, and we’ll focus on how to get you started down the path to recovery. We’ll be with you every step of the way so that you can live a recovered life.


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