Alcohol as a Chronic Progressive Disease
Alcoholism is a chronic progressive disease that can take years, even decades to develop. If you suffer from excessive drinking or love someone who does, you know the life of an alcoholic is destructive and isolating. Every year in this country nearly one hundred thousand people are killed from excessive alcohol use. It’s the third leading life-style-related cause of death in the United States.
Nobody intentionally develops an addiction, but once it takes hold, overcoming it requires help from experts who know how to break the vicious cycle.
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Alcohol Addiction Experts
The alcohol addiction experts at Bluff Plantation are comprised of medical doctors, therapists, and nutritional experts ready to guide you down the road to a sober life.
Our alcohol addiction experts have the experience and knowledge to help you reverse this chronic condition. Our intensive alcohol addiction rehabilitation program includes onsite, medically-supported detox, medical and psychological evaluation, individualized treatment plans, counseling and therapy, and a 12-Step program.
Repairing the Brain's Reward System
Research shows that alcohol and drug abuse can lead to low levels of dopamine, a neurotransmitter that helps control the brain's reward and pleasure centers. At Bluff Plantation, our medical staff works to repair the brain’s reward system by using a holistic approach that helps raise low dopamine levels.
We place emphasis on creating a healthy lifestyle and provide the tools necessary to take control of your addiction to live a life free of alcohol. Our healthy living programs include nutrition counseling, yoga, psycho-spiritual therapy, and food supplements designed to raise dopamine levels.
Never Too Late
You don't have to live with the pain of alcohol dependence. Our team of experts at Bluff Plantation can help you make the lifestyle changes that lead to sobriety. Our supportive, friendly staff will guide you through our treatment options and help you take the first step on the road to recovery. As hopeless as it may seem, it's never too late to get help.