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Narconon Alcohol Rehab Program

Narconon Alcohol Rehab Program

There are an estimated 41 million alcohol abusers and addicts in Europe and the U.S. alone.1 Furthermore, according to the latest report on global alcohol abuse and health from the World Health Organization it is estimated that there are 2.5 million deaths in the world which are a direct or indirect result of dependency or abuse of alcohol each year. This report details that alcohol consumption is the world's third largest risk factor for disease and disability.

Alcohol is a causal factor in 60 types of diseases and injuries and a component cause in 200 others. Just how dangerous alcohol addiction is can be calculated as it is a leading risk factor for many diseases worldwide, particularly in the Americas and Western Pacific. In Europe it is the second highest risk factor contributing to scores of illnesses and body conditions.

For example, alcohol abuse is known to contribute to and cause or indirectly cause such conditions of the liver as cirrhosis, many cancers, and even contributes to cardiovascular disease and epilepsy. It can be a contributing factor to certain communicable diseases such as HIV/AIDS and tuberculosis as well as many sexually transmitted diseases. In addition, increase in traffic accidents, many violent acts and suicides can be related to drinking behaviors.

So when one wants to stop this destructive and potentially lethal addiction, how do you know which program to select? According to a recent paper published by the National Institute on Drug Abuse, 4 effective addiction treatment programs, either outpatient or residential, need to be longer than 90 days to be effective. Most people have been living with this problem for quite some time, and it doesn't change overnight. They need three to six months or more, in some cases, for the recovery process to occur.

There are many other component parts to an effective drug and alcohol recovery program which include making vital changes in one's lifestyle as well as the associates whom one chooses.

The Narconon Alcohol Recovery program is an in-depth alcohol recovery regimen that involves the participant in each step of the program. In this way, it is possible for the recovering alcoholic to decide of his own free will to make changes in his lifestyle, as well as freeing the person from the harmful deteriorating effects on the body of chronic alcohol consumption.

The Narconon New Life Detoxification Program includes a regimen of daily exercise, vitamins and dry-heat sauna, where the person is able to begin to get the harmful toxic effects out of the body. This portion of the program may take from two to six weeks and an average of about 30-40 days usually is spent on this step of the program.

Further steps are taken after this which help the person to see the world more clearly and break out of the foggy, impaired perception experienced when affected by excess consumption of alcohol or drugs. One of these steps is a closely supervised Narconon Communication and Perception Course which involves a reorientation to the world around one, after having freed the body of the accumulated toxins.

Seven more steps follow these, involving those that build up many life skills and abilities, thus increasing the self-respect and confidence of the recovering addict so that he can begin to make better choices and repair the damage he may have done, not only to himself, but to family and friends as well. It IS possible to correct the damage the alcoholism had created.

Contact Narconon today by calling the phone number below, to find out what the Narconon Alcohol rehab program can do for you or someone you love.

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