Symptoms of Alcohol Addiction in Women
If left untreated, alcohol abuse can spiral out of control quickly. When alcohol abuse begins to negatively impact a women’s life and causes harm, it is diagnosed as alcohol use disorder (AUD). This could be through overconsumption of wine, beer or hard liquor. Recognizing the warning signs of alcohol abuse and getting proper treatment can make a significant difference in someone’s recovery process.
While there is no exact formula for determining whether or not someone is an alcoholic, symptoms often co-occur. One symptom may snowball into another, fueling additional problems down the road.
Some of the most common symptoms of alcohol abuse are:
- Experiencing temporary blackouts or short-term memory loss
- Exhibiting signs of irritability and extreme mood swings
- Making excuses for drinking such as to relax, deal with stress or feel normal
- Choosing to drink over other responsibilities and obligations
- Becoming isolated and distant from friends and family members
- Drinking alone or in secrecy
- Feeling hungover when not drinking
- Changing appearance and group of acquaintances you hang out with
How To Choose The Right NJ Alcohol Rehab Center
Our clinical staff will help each client engage in the process of physical, emotional, mental, social and spiritual renewal. Our masters-level clinicians are specifically credentialed to treat addiction through a caring, compassionate, and rigorous program tailored to fit each client’s needs. Alcohol abuse is only a symptom of a deeper problem. It is our job to help our clients uncover the root of their dilemma. Our group sessions are geared toward the challenges and struggles that women face, such as body image issues, sexual, physical, and emotional abuse, single parenting, and financial struggles, to name a few. We focus on relapse prevention by helping our clients learn skills and coping strategies that will enable them to begin a new and better future. Sometimes it is a combination of substance abuse or NJ drug addiction as well as alcohol abuse, which we can help them deal with.
Part of Our Alcohol Addiction Rehab Program
In addition to one-on-one counseling clients benefit from group programs such as:
- Art therapy
- CBT-cognitive behavioral therapy
- Trauma Counseling
- DBT-dialectal behavioral therapy
- Relapse Prevention
- 12-step groups
- Music Therapy
- Recovery with children