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15 Jan
I Have An Alcohol Addiction – Help Me Recover Faster
If you’re struggling with alcohol addiction, recovery is no easy task. Consider our proven Toronto drug rehab facilities and start fresh. After all, drinking can help you forget about your problems, instead of facing them. Maybe it’s your only way to relax after a stressful day at work.

Overcoming an alcohol addiction can help improve your personal relationships, help you to feel better both physically and mentally, and allow you to spend more time with the people and activities you really care about. If this sounds good, keep reading, as we’re going to go over some of the ways that can help aid your recovery faster.

Set Out to Achieve Your Goals


Once you’ve committed to overcoming your alcohol addiction, you need to make some goals that will lead to positive changes in your life. Whether you want to quit drinking for good, or perhaps just cut back, you need to set boundaries for yourself and stick to them. Many people feel that cutting back simply won’t work, and cutting out alcohol from their life entirely is their only option.

Eliminate Temptation


This applies especially if you can’t trust yourself around alcohol in the house; you need to throw out all temptations and triggers that could cause you to reach for a drink. Pour bottles down the sink, give your favorite beer mug to a friend for safe keeping, do whatever it takes to eliminate the temptation to drink from your life.

Tell Your Support Network


Trusted friends and family should be told about your new goals. Often, this can inspire people closest to garner a new-found respect for you, so do not feel ashamed to talk about your problem and admit that you will need support to help quit. This includes being upfront about not being able to attend events where drinking is involved, or asking people to stop drinking around you for a while. You may ban alcohol from your house, and ask that your friends and family support that decision.

Withdrawal Symptoms


If you’re quitting alcohol altogether, you’re going to experience some withdrawal symptoms that can be unpleasant. These include:
  • Headaches
  • Elevated body temperature/sweating
  • Shakes
  • Nausea/vomiting
  • Anxiety and trouble sleeping
  • Stomach cramps and diarrhea
  • Elevated blood pressure and heart rate
You should call 911 or take a trip to the ER if you experience:
  • Confusion and disorientation
  • Severe vomiting
  • Bad fever
  • Seizures or convulsions
  • Hallucinations
The good news is, these symptoms are only temporary, and within around five days you should be withdrawal-free.

Road To Recovery


Once the hard part is over, you can begin to take steps that will help you build a better life without alcohol. If you need to, don’t be afraid to find alcohol rehab in the Toronto area, if you live in Toronto. Steps to take include taking good care of yourself by eating well and getting enough sleep, developing new hobbies and activities, building your support network and perhaps going to group counseling sessions. Surrounding yourself with positive influences will help inspire you to keep clean.

Canadian Centre for Addictions

These posts are written by the staff of CCFA based on the ongoings and observations in the addictions and recovery industry. We're a private drug and alcohol rehab with an inpatient location in Port Hope, Ontario, Canada and an outpatient location in Toronto, Ontario, Canada.

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