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Even though more than 70 percent of adults in Canada drink alcohol, the majority of these people do so responsibly. For some people; however, the safe enjoyment of various alcoholic beverages may begin to cross the line and turn into tolerance. This means they can drink larger quantities of alcohol without becoming intoxicated, which eventually results in dependence.
If a person becomes dependent on alcohol, the body begins to “think” it needs alcohol in order to survive. This means that someone who drinks alcohol and then does not have it for a long period of time, may begin to experience significant cravings, as well as potentially dangerous and uncomfortable psychological and physical symptoms of withdrawal. The symptoms and cravings are – in many cases – the downfall of those who are trying to give up drinking for good.
Addiction Rehab Ottawa offers those who are addicted to alcohol supervised detox treatment. This provides the person with the psychological and physical support they need during a time that is typically extremely challenging. As a result, it increases the chances of a full, lasting recovery.
The Seriousness of Alcohol Detox Symptoms
Much like withdrawal with any other substance, the severity and nature of alcohol detox can vary quite a bit from one person to another. Those who have suffered an alcohol addiction for longer periods of time usually suffer symptoms that are more severe; however, there are other factors that impact this including the mental and physical health of the user and whether or not they are using other substances along with alcohol use.
In a number of situations, unmonitored alcohol detox can result in a serious, uncomfortable condition that is called delirium tremens. Some of the symptoms of this disorder include:
- Illnesses that result from electrolyte imbalances
- Nightmares, night sweats, and insomnia
- Loss of consciousness
- Suicidal thoughts
- Hallucinations and delusions
- Seizures, shaking, and muscle pain
Addiction Rehab Ottawa offers a professional staff who ensure that patients are taken care of from the moment they enter the treatment facility. Recovering addicts are guided through all of their cravings and given support for any psychological symptoms, including paranoia and anxiety, and will remain safe during the withdrawal process.
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