What Is Your Tolerance to Alcohol Exposure?
Some people who struggle with alcohol addiction recover best in an inpatient environment where the “problem” is out of sight so treatment can effectively make alcohol out of mind, as well. Other individuals can easily regulate their exposure to alcohol, and inpatient treatment may feel too restrictive. Consider what’s best for you: a structured routine and inpatient experience; or a less intense outpatient program? We can walk you through that decision.
Treat Yourself Right—You Deserve the Best Alcohol Treatment Program
Spend the time to get to know the rehab center before entering a program. You’ve come this far and identified that you want to get better. We know that the process will require your commitment—and at Beachway, you’ll find therapists who are compassionate partners in your recovery. We are a family-owned facility that offers a comfortable retreat environment where you can focus on recovery from alcohol addiction.
We believe that first impressions matter, and we encourage you to call the rehab centers you’re considering and talk to an associate. Find out what makes them different, and see how at ease you feel during that conversation.
Beachway Alcohol Treatment Services
Beachway goes beyond the 12 Steps. We match every individual with a therapy team and customized treatment plan that can include the Alcoholics Anonymous 12-Step Program and other therapies, including cognitive behavioral therapy (CBT), group therapy, individual therapy and other modalities. There’s no one-size-fits-all alcohol treatment program, which is why we provide a variety of proven, interactive therapies that include services such as therapeutic excursions, equine therapy, yoga, art therapy and full spa services. We also offer family therapy to help loved ones recover during this process, and to begin mending relationships that have been severed by addiction.
What are Alcohol Withdrawal Symptoms?
Alcohol withdrawal refers to symptoms associated with the body ridding itself of its physical dependency on alcohol. The detoxification period of treatment can last anywhere from a couple of days to several weeks depending on the severity and degree of alcohol addiction. Alcohol detox programs are designed to create a safe environment for patients to detox with the supervision of a medical professional.
Many individuals who go through detox on their own find themselves relapsing because of the unpleasant symptoms of alcohol withdrawal. The symptoms are often uncomfortable, intense, painful and distressing, which makes going through a detox from alcohol alone an option that is not recommended.
Some of the most common symptoms of alcohol withdrawal include:
- Depression, anxiety and mood swings
- Severe confusion
- Delirium tremens
- Grand mal seizures
- Cold sweats
- Headache and insomnia
- Loss of appetite
- Nausea and vomiting
Cleansing and overcoming these symptoms is an important aspect of the recovery timeline as it allows individuals to move past the physical dependencies on substances so they can focus on healing and treatment for their alcohol dependence. Alcohol rehabilitation facilities are the best places since medical professionals are on-site to help manage alcohol withdrawal symptoms and administer the most effective alcohol withdrawal treatment. Cleansing is a different experience for each person; therefore, the treatment and methods used to reduce withdrawal symptoms are often unique to the individual in need.
What Causes Alcohol Addiction?
There is no standard for how much alcohol must be consumed, or how many times a person must use alcohol, before being considered dependent. And, the exact cause of alcohol dependence is still unknown. Research indicates a hereditary link, and there are environmental contributors such as a person’s upbringing. A person who grew up in a home with an alcoholic is more likely to struggle with alcoholism or alcohol dependence in the future.
We do know a few facts about alcohol addiction:
- Alcohol basically hijacks the pre-frontal cortex that houses cognitive behaviors, impulse control and the brain’s reward center.
- When a person is abusing alcohol, the brain produces a surge of dopamine that provides a feeling of satisfaction and pleasure. The brain remembers this feeling and learns to seek the substance to capture that same feeling again and again.
- Someone struggling with alcoholism or who is dependent on alcohol will seek this “high.” Over time, a tolerance for alcohol is developed and it takes more alcohol to achieve that same feeling.
Who Is At Risk For Developing Alcoholism?
Alcohol abuse does not discriminate. It can impact anyone of any gender, race, age or socioeconomic status at any time in life. People with the highest risk of alcoholism include those who: 1) consume upwards of five drinks per day; and 2) suffer from mental disorders or mood disorders like anxiety, PTSD, depression, bipolar, schizophrenia commonly referred to as dual diagnosis.
Reasons to Choose Beachway
As one of the best alcohol rehab centers in the country, Beachway offers expert medical care combined with luxurious amenities in a relaxing atmosphere. By working with the most highly trained and experienced therapists and medical professionals in the industry, our clients are able to trust that they are receiving the most comprehensive and effective treatment available. Other reasons to choose Beachway for alcohol recovery include:
Located in beautiful Boynton Beach, Florida; our facility boasts beautiful, welcoming rooms and a lush, green ambiance. Peaceful and tastefully decorated common areas provide an atmosphere for recovery that is on par with top hotels in the country. It’s the perfect place to relax and discover a world free of the symptoms of alcohol abuse.
Our beautiful resort-like facility offers privacy for clients. The facility only admits 40 individuals at a time, which makes Beachway one of the top alcohol rehabilitation centers for finding peace and quiet. A reduced caseload for our therapists also provides more comprehensive and attentive care for clients.
The Holistic Approach
At Beachway, we believe in a holistic approach to rehab, which means identifying the underlying causes of addiction and working to heal the mind, body and soul of our clients. We place a strong value on nutrition, health, and general wellbeing in order to set our clients up for success once they have completed the program.
All of our treatment options are unique and personalized to suit the specific needs and medical requirements of our clients. This includes offering faith-based healing programs that include Christian Bible study, prayer, and meditation.
Activities and Spa Services
Alcoholism treatment is challenging work. Clients work diligently each day to overcome triggers and mental blocks standing in the way of recovery. By offering fun and exciting activities such as fishing, beach excursions, equine therapy, yoga and more, our clients can find joy in a sober life and enjoy their alcohol recovery. Full spa services are available on site and encouraged to be used by all clients as a way to relax.
Signs of Alcohol Dependence or Alcoholism
Every person experiences alcohol differently. Here are some warning signs that point to possible alcohol addiction, alcohol dependency or alcohol abuse.
- Drinking to fit in, feel loved or gain respect from peers
- Hiding the amount of alcohol consumed from family or friends
- Feeling you need alcohol to have fun or relax
- Losing touch with friends or family because of alcohol use
- Missing work, school or family commitments
- Needing more alcohol to seem the same effects
- Slipping grades, deteriorating work performance
- Engaging in risky behavior
- Getting in trouble with the law because of alcohol use
You Can Get Help Today
We meet you where you are. And we are with you every step of the way. You came here to find out about Beachway’s alcohol rehab therapy, and we hope you’ll reach out by calling 877-284-0353 to speak with one of our friendly, open-minded associates who can answer any of your questions. No obligations, no judging, no commitment. We want what’s best for you.