Alcohol Addiction Treatment and Healing in Surrey
If you or your family member is suffering from alcoholism, our centre is here to heal you. Alcoholism can impact all aspects of your life. Night & Day Recovery provides excellent alcohol addiction treatment to our clients in Surrey. Our treatments for alcohol problems are aimed at rehabilitating and revitalizing the mind, body, and soul. By focusing on the underlying issues and root causes that drive addiction, our recovery facility treats addictions effectively. Our residential rehabilitation program has improved the health and lives of many patients. If you suffer from alcoholism or have any questions about it, please get in touch with us today.
Impacts of Alcohol Addiction
Over the long term, there can be major impacts of alcohol addiction on your health. These effects can be difficult to reverse. According to studies, alcohol can impact different parts of your body and life:
Damage to organs and cause physiological problems
Changes in brain functions
Slow down breathing levels
Dangerous behaviour and accidents
If you’re a heavy drinker, you shouldn’t attempt to quit alcohol on your own. If you plan to recover from your alcohol addiction, you can seek an addiction treatment facility that can provide the right counselling and supervision you require during the detox process.
How We Treat Alcohol Addiction
At Night & Day Recovery, we provide confidential alcohol addiction treatment. We have a certified counsellor who helps you throughout the 12-step recovery program process. Our safe and supportive environment allows you to talk about your thoughts, feelings, and experiences without any fear of judgement. Depending on your needs, we’ll enroll you in certified individual, family or group therapy and Alcoholics Anonymous meetings. Counselling helps our clients understand why they consume alcohol and how they can break harmful thought patterns and behaviours. We have men only, women only, co-ed and couples meetings. Book a free consultation for alcoholism treatment now.