The use of alcohol and drugs, for some people, can lead to a chronic disease or long-term illness that has serious medical and social consequences. There are no simple answers as to why some people develop an addiction and others don’t, but most experts agree that there are contributing psychological, biological and genetic components. Fortunately, with recent scientific advancements in our understanding of addiction, treatment programs that address both the biological and psychosocial dimensions can be very successful.

The first question most people encounter is, "Do I, or do I not, have a drinking or drug problem?"

There are four major types of symptoms of alcohol and drug addicts:

  1. Loss of control — The inability to limit your use despite the negative consequences this use is causing you.
  2. Cravings — An overwhelming psychological need or compulsion to drink or use any other mood-altering chemical substance.
  3. Physical dependence — Withdrawal symptoms such as nausea, sweating, shaking, or anxiety occur when you attempt to stop using.
  4. Tolerance — The need for larger amounts of mood-altering chemicals to achieve the same magnitude of euphoria (a high).

At the Urschel Recovery Science Institute, we explore each of these symptoms and address them in a compassionate way through an individualized and practical treatment plan.

Reaching out and beginning to recover is simply a matter of recognizing your disease and then doing something about it. Take the first step on the road to recovery, and schedule an appointment with our experienced staff.

If addiction concerns you, a family member or a friend, the Urschel Recovery Science Institute can help.
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