Alcohol Rehab


Dependence on alcohol is called as “alcoholism.” This is referred to all types of liquor beverages, whether wine, beer and distilled or fermented liquor. Alcoholism is the most brutal drinking problem which usually starts out in a acasional use and leads excessive drinking and alcohol abuse.

Many people think that drinking alcohol gives risk-free pleasure, however, when you start using alcohol regularly, it can lead to dependency. Without proper alcohol rehabilitation and treatment, this dependency can cause serious long-term problems and may become lethal.

Alcohol abuse turns into alcohol dependence when drinkers begin to experience a severe desire for alcohol weather daily or weekly. Painful withdrawal symptoms when not drinking, a loss of control on their drinking and an increased tolerance to alcohol which makes them drink more to attain the same effect. Alcohol dependence is a progressive and a chronic disease.

Our clients experience a fabulous feeling of relief when they enter our state of the art facility. Our rehab facility is designed in a different way from other local facilities. Clients encounter huge benefit from large rooms and spacious grounds. Our active staff is ready to help you 24*7. Because of a smaller population clients can openly speak to a councilor daily.

If you are seeking help for alcohol addiction, we provide a team of experienced Psychiatrist,therapists and consultants who successfully treated thousands of people to defeat their addiction.

We offer specialist programmed to deal with any type of emotional problems which is hindering your recovery course. We also provide complete treatment for psychological illnesses such as anxiety, stress and depression.

At Red Rose Recovery treatment center, we provide medically assisted detoxification programs for people who experience major withdrawal symptoms.

Alcohol dependence includes physical symptoms- common psychological symptoms along with withdrawal syndrome. These symptoms indicate that a person is at risk of physical dependence.

Few Psychological symptoms of alcoholism are:

• Prioritizing alcohol over other activities
• Re-instatement after abstinence
• Increased tolerance
• Inflexible pattern of alcohol use
• Appearance of withdrawal symptoms