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Alcohol Deaddiction

Alcohol de-addiction treatment begins with detoxification, which involves the removal of addictive substances from the body and neutralizing their toxic effects on the liver. It is the first step towards recovery from alcohol addiction and is done under the supervision of a medical team at Hope Trust, including physicians and a psychiatrist who monitors the individual's physical and psychological symptoms.

Alcohol addiction is characterized by substance abuse & physical dependence on drinking, which may result in the individual feeling compelled to drink to perform daily activities. Alcoholism treatment may require complex methods, but practicing sobriety is essential for it to work. However, an individual cannot be forced to abstain from drinking or undergo treatment if they are not willing. The success of the treatment depends on the individual's motivation, as recovery from alcohol addiction involves daily maintenance and is a lifelong commitment. Therefore, alcohol addiction is considered treatable but not curable.

Signs of an Alcohol Problem

Alcohol use disorder (AUD) is a medical condition that doctors diagnose when a patient's drinking causes harm or distress. It can range from mild to severe and is identified when a patient answers "yes" to at least two of the following questions within a year:

  • 1. Have you ever drunk more or longer than you intended?
  • 2. Have you tried to stop drinking but couldn't or wanted to cut down on your drinking?
  • 3. Have you spent a lot of time drinking or being sick from the aftereffects?
  • 4. Have you experienced strong cravings to drink?
  • 5. Has your drinking interfered with your personal life or caused problems at work or school?
  • 6. Have you continued to drink even though it was causing problems with your family or friends?
  • 7. Have you put yourself in danger because of your drinking?
  • 8. Have you continued to drink despite it making you feel worse?
  • 9. Have you needed to drink more to get the same effect or felt less affected by the same amount of alcohol?
  • 10. Have you experienced withdrawal symptoms when you stop drinking?

If you have any of these symptoms, your drinking may already be a concern. The more symptoms you have, the more crucial it is to make a change. A health professional can conduct an assessment of your symptoms to determine if you have AUD.


Fortunately, individuals diagnosed with Alcohol Use Disorder (AUD) can benefit from various forms of treatment, regardless of the severity of their condition. Research indicates that approximately one-third of individuals who receive treatment for alcohol-related problems show no further symptoms after one year. Many others experience a significant reduction in their alcohol intake and fewer related issues. For the details treatment process visit Unique Ayur Clinic.