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Alcohol Detox During and After

Is alcohol withdrawal dangerous? This is the question that many people are asking themselves before they make the decision to stop drinking. The simple answer to this question is this. Yes, alcohol withdrawal can be dangerous.

Determining how dangerous it can be will always depend on the amount of alcohol a person drinks and their unique body chemistry. This is why it is very important to seek the advice of a medical professional before quitting.

There have been several well documented cases of alcohol withdrawal turning deadly. Singer Amy Winehouse’s death was alcohol related. She made the decision that alcohol was a problem and decided to quit. She did manage to stay sober for a short time, but then went back to drinking and ultimately died of alcohol poisoning. Her abstinence helped to rid her body of toxins, but when she started drinking again, her body couldn’t take it.

The symptoms of alcohol withdrawal can range from any of the following:

  • Vomiting
  • Nausea
  • Tremors
  • Sweats
  • Hallucinations
  • Convulsions
  • Seizures

These symptoms don’t always manifest, and some people never have any symptoms at all, but not seeking professional help during the initial alcohol detox phase can make the situation take a turn for the worst.

After Alcohol Detox

Alcohol detox is going to be the first of many challenges you will face on the road to recovery. You will need to keep focused by staying in a sober living environment. At Homes of Promise, this is exactly the type of service we provide.

You will be able to rent a room in a beautiful home surrounded by your peers. You will never face a moment of loneliness at Homes of Promise. Our residents pride themselves on fellowship and there is always someone around to help lend a hand.

There are a few rules that must be followed in order to stay at Homes of Promise. You will be required to work, do various helpful chores and maintain an overall productive lifestyle. All of these things will help you stay sober and live a happy life after alcohol detox.  

 

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HOMES OF PROMISE believes in an individualized approach in helping plot our guests’ road to recovery. We help define the key interests, hobbies and goals our guests have and develop a schedule that adheres to these positive tasks while holding them accountable to their own growth. We also help to promote interest and acclimation to the abundant 12 Step meetings and community. We encourage our guests to see that sobriety can be fun by attending house and sober events. Homes Of Promise is a 501(c)3 not for profit corporation.