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Substance abuse can grow like wildfire from a spark of drug use and burn friends and family in the process. Sovereign Health now features a natural detox program to assist patients as they seek recovery from drugs and alcohol. This recovery method is able to restore nutrients for clients, while avoiding replacement medications; thus sidestepping the effects of medication during the detox.

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Alcoholism is defined as a physical addiction to and a mental fixation on alcohol. Alcoholism is particularly damaging to young people because a young person’s brain does not fully develop until age 25. Excessive drinking damages the frontal lobe and causes permanent impairment to cognitive functions.

Alcoholism affects every organ in the body

The most common disease associated with alcoholism is cirrhosis. Cirrhosis is the build-up of scar tissue in the liver. Over time, the liver fails because it is unable to function beyond the scarring and general degradation of the organ. Luckily, the liver is the only organ that can actually repair itself. If an alcoholic stops drinking, depending on what stage his alcoholism has reached, it is entirely possible he can arrest the damage and live a full life.

Pancreatitis is the inflammation of the pancreas. Pancreatitis occurs when digestive enzymes that are supposed to travel to the intestines instead remain and activate in the pancreas, resulting in an excruciating inflammation. The pancreas, like the liver, metabolizes alcohol. Excessive consumption of alcohol destroys cells in the organ, setting in motion the chain of events that onset pancreatitis. Individuals who suffer from pancreatitis are at greater risk for developing pancreatic cancer, which is nearly always fatal.

Alcoholism affects the circulatory system by constricting blood vessels, increasing blood pressure, damaging the ventricles of the heart and causing hypertension.

Alcoholics are at greater risk for diabetes, gout, neuropathy, obesity and seizures.

Alcoholics wreak havoc within the family unit. In a study by the World Health Organization–WHO, 55 percent of respondents stated they believed alcohol played a role in acts of domestic violence. Another WHO study found 35 percent of parents charged with child abuse had consumed alcohol or drugs prior to the incident.

Children of alcoholics are four times more likely to become alcoholics than children raised in non-alcoholic households. According to Connecticut Clearinghouse, a library and resource center on drugs, mental health and wellness, these individuals are subsequently more likely to marry into alcoholic households.

62,000 men and 26,000 women die annually from alcohol-related causes. This makes alcohol the third leading preventable cause of death in the United States.

As noted above, individuals raised in alcoholic households are more likely to become alcoholics. However, many other alcoholics grew up in households where alcohol consumption was minimal or even non-existent, thus indulging in a family taboo, or novelty for the individual.

Despite the fact that someone is more likely to develop alcoholism if raised in an alcoholic home, more than one–half of all children of alcoholics do not become alcoholic, according to the National Institute on Alcohol Abuse and Alcoholism — NIH. Barring a genetic predisposition to addiction, many alcoholics start out as social drinkers. Alcohol produces a sense of euphoria. Alcohol relieves stress and induces relaxation.

The tipping point when a social drinker devolves into a problem drinker is peculiar to every alcoholic. At some point in an alcoholic’s drinking life, he may simply require more and more alcohol to achieve his or her buzz. He may find that instead of enjoying social outings, his thoughts focus on the flow of booze and stratagems to guarantee that the flow is uninterrupted. Since alcohol at first seems to dissolve anxiety, the alcoholic may not want to give up his new-found self-confidence and liquid charisma.

It may take a DUI. Maybe the loss of a job. Or family members expressing concern. Or simply being sick and tired of being sick and tired. Most alcoholics have an inner voice they deny for a long as possible before accepting there is a problem. Invariably, most will curtail their drinking. And within a month, most are back to their normal rate of consumption. Since moderation is out, the alcoholic decides to quit cold turkey. But what he or she doesn’t understand is quitting drinking is not a question of will power. That was lost that a long time ago.

After multiple relapses, many alcoholics simply abandon the idea of quitting. While not necessarily suicidal, in their minds the idea of going out in an alcoholic blaze of glory is appealing. Instead, invariably, they wake up in their own vomit or worse, and the romanticized demise plays more like a bad love song. After failure and complete demoralization, they come to and have an epiphany—if they’re lucky.

The revelation is they can’t do this alone.

How can we help in alcohol detox?

  • Sovereign Detox’s goal is to provide you with the best possible care and treatment.
  • You get a personalized assessment and treatment by our professional staff.
    We also offer a continuing care program once the treatment is over. This reduces the chances of relapse and aims at giving you a better life.

Depending upon the severity of his or her addiction, an alcoholic may have to physically wean himself off booze. This can be a dangerous endeavor and should not be attempted without trained medical professionals.

Detoxing from alcohol is a shock to the body. As said above, alcoholics are physically dependent to alcohol. When the body is denied it, physical reactions occur. It is not uncommon for alcoholics to suffer seizures if they go cold turkey. He or she may also experience hallucinations. Alcohol detox must be conducted in a controlled environment and under the supervision of a physician. Detox can take anywhere from days to weeks, depending on the alcoholic.

Our 3 Stage Alcohol Detox Program

Alcohol Detox Assessment

  • Evaluating the alcohol levels in the bloodstream
  • Screening for dual-disorders (mental and physical condition)
  • Deciding on the required treatment along with detox

Alcohol Detox Stabilization

  • Supporting you through acute intoxication and withdrawal and helping you reach a state of medical stability
  • Monitoring the vital signs and taking necessary actions in case of any complications

Total Care

  • Training you about your role in treatment and recovery
  • Involving your family, friends and colleagues when required


When the body is stable, the healing can begin. Most inpatient treatment centers offer a recovery regimen based on the 12 Steps of Alcoholics Anonymous. Inpatients eat regular meals. They go to bed at a decent hour. They participate in groups throughout the day as well as one-to-one meetings with counselors.

Alcohol Detox Treatment Approach

Detoxification is the first step towards achieving sobriety, however going cold turkey without necessary health management can cause both physiological and psychological complications. A detox facility or a recovery center ensures that a person gets the right supervision and medical support to achieve sober living.

Often persons diagnosed with alcohol addiction may also have an underlying mental health condition. For effective treatment of addiction from alcohol or substance abuse, it is important that the associated issue is diagnosed and treated simultaneously.

Once a person has successfully completed detox, the process of rehabilitation begins.  Under rehabilitative therapy, a person is taught to deal with stressors and struggles associated with addiction and associative disorders.

Continuing to be Sober in mainstream life is a lifelong commitment and challenge and should not be limited to the detox facility. In order to stay clean post rehab persons must be made cautious of self –care and routine follow-up.

30-day residential treatment serves to transition the recovering alcoholic back to the real world. Unfortunately, many alcoholics relapse shortly after leaving residential treatment. Those who do stay sober work their program. This consists of working with an AA sponsor, going to meetings each day and participating in their recovery. Any alcoholic who leaves residential treatment and returns to his old haunts and behaviors will not stay sober.

Sovereign Health Group offers a variety of alcohol and drug detox options. We use Cognitive Behavior Therapy, or CBT, to assist patients process the negative feelings they may have about themselves and their addiction. Natural Assisted Detox or NAD is a non-chemical detox program that relies on amino acids to assist in the repair of the brain’s neurotransmitters that have been damaged by drinking.

Whatever course you decide upon, the first step is to take action. Call us today to find out more about our programs and your options. Our helpline is available 24 hours a day, 7 days a week. Please call us at 855-682-0103.

California treatment center locations

  • Alcohol Detox  Sovereign Health San Clemente1211 Puerta Del Sol
    San Clemente CA 92673
  • Alcohol Detox  Sovereign Health Palm Springs2500 N. Palm Canyon, Suite D4
    Palm Springs, CA 92262
  • Alcohol Detox  Sovereign Health Los Angeles6167 Bristol Parkway
    Los Angeles CA 90230
  • Alcohol Detox  Sovereign Health San Diego2815 Steele Canyon Road, El Cajon
    San Diego, CA 92019

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Alcohol Detox

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