Narconon Program

Recover from Alcohol

Narconon Alcohol Recovery

The extent of alcohol abuse and addiction is vast. What's more, most people who abuse alcohol do not believe they need help or can get help to curb or stop this addiction. In 2009, The National Survey on Drug Use and Health in the United States surveyed a broad sample of the 19.3 million people age 12 or older who suffer from alcohol addiction to find out why they didn't get alcohol recovery help, and found many reasons. Amazingly, most (nearly 66 percent) didn't even try to find alcohol recovery assistance.

Only 1.7 million did find some help with their alcohol rehab treatment. This number represents seven-tenths of one percent of the total US population and only 8.8 percent of the people who needed treatment for an alcohol use problem.

Of the 17.6 million people aged 12 or older who needed but did not receive treatment for an alcohol use problem in 2009, there were 676,000 (3.8 percent) who felt they needed treatment for their alcohol use problem. Of these, 423,000 (62.5 percent) did not make an effort to get treatment, and 254,000 (37.5 percent) made an effort but were unable to get treatment in 2009.

However, if you or your loved one is suffering from this chronic debilitating condition, and you are looking for effective help, where would you find effective help for real recovery from alcohol addiction or abuse?

Alcohol abusers and addicts worldwide found hope and help at Narconon alcohol recovery centers for the past 45 years. Narconon centers exist in six continents of the world. There are dozens of centers on each continent. Each of the Narconon Alcohol and Drug Recovery centers follow a standardized program, beginning with a medical examination to determine if the person has such a severe alcohol consumption level that the rehab program would need to occur only after a full Medical Detox. If so, he is referred to a physician who can closely supervise this medical detox before he begins the alcohol abuse recovery program.

Once the person completes the medical detox, the Narconon alcohol recovery program begins leading the person out of the old lifestyle and into sobriety.

In order to help get residual alcohol toxins flushed from the body, the Narconon recovery program includes moderate exercise and nutritional supplementation along with supervised time in a dry heat sauna. This is done under the care and supervision of Narconon staff, who are trained and experienced professionals. This Narconon New Life Detoxification Program will help an addicted person to begin to feel like himself (or herself) again. Many recovering addicts find their alcohol cravings lessen during this regimen.

In the next stage of the program each person in the alcohol substance abuse rehab starts to recover a brighter viewpoint on life and increased perception of his environment. By actively participating in each phase of this reorientation procedure, many find that life can begin to be fun again. The recovering alcoholic will actively be involved in each portion of his own recovery.

In the third stage of the program the recovering alcohol abuser learns specific life skills so he can address some of the issues and upsets he may have caused to his family and friends while under the influence of alcohol abuse.

By helping the addict to confront and take responsibility for the problems in life that he might have previously used alcohol to escape from, a sense of pride in himself is rebuilt. He also rebuilds his personal values and integrity and develops for himself a reliable moral compass before completing the program.

Narconon recovery centers use no drugs in the recovery, from withdrawal through graduation. Narconon alcohol and drug rehabilitation centers restore to the individual his self-respect, confidence and abilities he may have believed lost due to his addiction. It is possible to live a drug-free, alcohol-free life and be happier and more productive than prior to his addiction.

Call Narconon today at the phone number above, to find the help you need for yourself or your loved one.








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