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Alcohol addiction and alcoholism causes destruction daily in Westwood, MA. Because alcohol is a legal drug, its use is very prevalent and accepted in everyday life. Periodic casual use can all too easily turn into regular excessive use and a full blown addiction. And as with any other drug, there are physical and social consequences that individuals who are addicted to alcohol will be faced with.

Someone who is abusing alcohol in Westwood may be using alcohol to handle a stressful change in life, or a breakup or other loss. Alcohol addiction can also develop as an individual develops a tolerance to alcohol and needs more and more of it to get the desired effect. In any case, the person has lost control of how much alcohol is enough and is self-destructing.

An individual in Westwood, Massachusetts needs help if they are consuming more alcohol then intended, despite telling themselves they wouldn't. Alcohol addiction and alcoholism can damage relationships, make depression worse and cause serious health problems. Someone addicted to alcohol in Westwood, Massachusetts needs help before it is too late. The most effective help can be received by attending a Westwood Alcohol Abuse Rehab Program.

Treatment is available in Westwood to help individuals overcome alcohol addiction and alcoholism. Treatment most often includes counseling, peer support and the help of specialists who can help the individual hone in on the causes of their addiction to they can prevent the same situation from occurring in the future. Effective treatment puts the individual back in the driver seat of life, where they can begin to make positive choices and rebuild important relationships.

Long-time alcoholics in Westwood, MA. may experience physical withdrawal when they do stop drinking. This is where an Alcohol Addiction Treatment Facility comes in. Here the individual will begin assisted through this process, to make it as smooth as possible. Withdrawal can be extremely uncomfortable and painful, so knowing that someone is there to help them through it can be very reassuring.

Alcohol addiction treatment needs can be different for everyone; Examples of treatment options available in Westwood, Massachusetts are Long-term Alcoholism Treatment Programs, Outpatient Alcohol Abuse Rehabilitation Centers, Short-term Alcohol Addiction Treatment Centers, Inpatient Alcohol Addiction Treatment Programs, support group meetings, counseling, halfway houses and sober living.

Don't be ashamed, you're not alone and help is available for you today. Contact an Alcohol Abuse Rehabilitation Program in Westwood today and discover which treatment option will work for you or someone you care about today.

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  • Environmental factors have been reported to be one of the main causative factors that are related to alcoholism, but, the person must first choose to drink alcohol for this condition to have the chance to occur.
  • According to the National Institutes of health, children who begin drinking before the age of fifteen are four times as likely to become alcoholics as teens who abstain from drinking.
  • Alcohol intoxication caused dilation of blood vessels, causing a feeling of warmth but resulting in rapid loss of body heat.
  • Excessive alcohol use increases an individual´┐Ż''s chances of engaging in risky sexual activity including unprotected sex, sex with multiple partners, or sex with a partner at risk for sexually transmitted diseases.
  • AA Meetings in Westwood, MA.
  • Big Book
    First Parish
    340 Clapboard Tree
    Westwood, Massachusetts 2090

    Alcoholics Anonymous Meeting Times
    Friday, 10:00 AM
  • Comm. Ctr.
    East St., Rt. 1a
    Westwood, Massachusetts 2090

    Alcoholics Anonymous Meeting Times
    Sunday, 7:30 PM
  • Intensive Care
    Comm. Ch.
    East And Washington Sts.
    Westwood, Massachusetts 2090

    Alcoholics Anonymous Meeting Times
    Friday, 7:30 PM
  • Serenity
    St. Dennis
    157 Washington St.
    Westwood, Massachusetts 2090

    Alcoholics Anonymous Meeting Times
    Thursday, 7:30 PM

For more information, visit www.drug-rehabs.org.