Substance Abuse Rehabilitation

Substance abuse causes substance addiction. It is a chronic disease characterized by the compulsive need to seek sub irrespective of its harmful effects. It causes lasting changes in the brain. In order to recover and undo effects of the substance, the individual and his family members must undertake rehabilitative measures. Rehabilitation helps encourage the addicted […]

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10 Things people who have over...

Alcohol addiction is more than just a drinking problem. It is a biological, progressive, chemical and a fatal disease. It can enlighten a sense of urgency and necessity due to its dependence but overcoming an addiction is so entrenched it is not an easy feat. People who have overcome addiction have been sailed two ships; […]

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Depression in Women

One in four women experiences depression at some point in time in their life. And women are twice as likely to experience clinical depression than men. Still wondering why the women in your life are crying most of the time, or feeling persistently sad, and has no interest in anything. Here is your answer: she […]

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The Family Impact: The social disadvantage and subordination of women on the one hand. And the rapid socio-cultural and economic changes on the other have significantly altered traditional structures and institutions within society. Such changes are invariably associated with social upheaval and drug abuse is a known outcome of such change. Drug abuse poses various […]

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Reinventing Mindful Eating

Reinventing Mindful Eating: Eating is an inevitable activity of everyday life. There was a time when this activity was carried on with utmost mindfulness, i.e. prayers were offered before beginning the meals, and after ending the meals slokas like Annapoorne Sada Poorne, Shankara Prana Vallabhe, Trayam were recited. Offering supplication (Du’ä) by Islam followers during the meal, […]

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How to help an Alcoholic to Quit Drinking Alcohol?

It is painful and overwhelming to see someone you love destroy their life due to an addictive behavior. Alcoholics usually tend to deny their addiction and only realize it when its negative effects have spread into almost all areas of life. Here the role of friends and family members can be effective in encouraging them for an early intervention to have with alcoholism. Many have the intention to help them Quit Drinking Alcohol but may not know how to do so. Here are a few ways you can know how to help an alcoholic quit their drinking habit.

Ways to help your loved one quit drinking alcohol:

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  • Get equipped: First, to help someone else you need to make sure you have enough knowledge about the issue. Learn the symptoms and effects. You can also consult a mental health professional to give you information about the available treatment options.
  • Be honest: If you feel and are sure enough that someone close to you needs help, tell them. It is better than you tell them than some other person. Along with that show them that you are concerned about their condition and encourage them to get help. Remember that there is no use of ignoring their behavior and hoping that they will eventually get out of it.
  • Involve others: Share your concerns about the individual to others who are important to him/her. This is a risky step but can be very effective, you need to be careful about whom to involve. Ask this individual to talk and encourage the alcoholic person for recovery.
  • Encourage, not force: While showing your concerns there are chances that you might sound forcing them. You do need to show concerns but along with that let them make the decision for themselves. If you force, it might backfire. Also, do not agree for false promises of cutting off the habit. Encourage them for a professional treatment program.
  • Be with them throughout: Once they agree and get in a treatment program, your role still continues. Show them encouragement and support while in the treatment also. It is at a stage that social supports are essentially needed as the journey becomes difficult for the individual.
  • Be careful of how you behave with them: Make sure your statement of support and encouragement are not labeling the individual. There are also chances that they might want you to manipulate you and seek excuses to engage in the addictive habit. Here you need to be firm in your ground and be straightforward also keeping in mind not to discourage and blame them.

How to help an Alcoholic through professional treatment?

Helping an alcoholic to quit drinking alcohol can be a difficult journey and you need to constantly support them but also making sure they do not depend on you. It is also important that you take help for yourself when you feel overwhelmed. If you still feel lost on how to help someone with alcoholism, don’t worry.

At Cadabam’s Anunitha, we are here to help with best treatment options for alcohol abuse, call us now on +919611194949 and talk to our professionals.