Alcohol addiction can cause serious damage to not just the body of the addict, but the entire family unit. As a specialised alcohol treatment facility, The Hader Clinic is equipped to treat all facets of alcohol addiction.
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Alcohol addiction is a common and pervasive illness. As a substance, alcohol is so intertwined within modern society that addiction can often go unnoticed and untreated. In truth, alcohol can be highly addictive, and extremely destructive to addicts and their families.
We understand that an all-encompassing addiction requires a holistic model of care. As a specialised private hospital, The Hader Clinic begins by helping patient detox and manage withdrawal. Then, we offer treatment plans for patients, made up of different therapies and costs. This model of care gives patients the best possible chance at long term recovery.
The effects of alcohol addiction can have serious consequences for many facets of life. When social drinking or a glass of wine with dinner turns into something more problematic, drinkers can spiral. Fortunately, like many illnesses, addiction to alcohol can be treated.
Withdrawing from ongoing alcohol abuse can be extremely dangerous to patients. Alcohol withdrawal varies from patient to patient, but is never as straightforward as simply 'drying out'.
After just one day without alcohol, patients can experience serious side effects like:
In severe cases, patients are at risk of seizures and hallucinations in the first few days after treatment. Some patients may even experience delirium tremens, a rapid onset of confusion and sympathetic overdrive that can lead to cardiac arrest.
As a specialised medical treatment facility, The Hader Clinic treats alcoholism with the medical support of doctors, nurses, and medication. We begin by treating the physical symptoms, and addressing the underlying psychological causes of addiction. This multi-faceted approach allows patients to move on to the next stage of recovery.
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