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Alcoholism is addiction to alcohol and is a consisted by many a disease. Disease by definition is: A pathological condition of a part, organ, or system of an organism resulting from various causes, such as infection, genetic defect, or environmental stress, and characterized by an identifiable group of signs or symptoms. Based on this definition it looks clear that alcoholism is a disease to one degree or another. Nevertheless the question is how you overcome alcohol dependency. Like with any addiction alcoholism is a mental, physical, emotion, social and spiritual battle but can be overcome through an intensive and comprehensive recovery approach that works to heal the root causes of each afflicted part of the whole person, but does not have an arrival point where moving forward with continuous recovery in no longer needed. To try and quit based on self will doesn’t produce successful recovery. You must replace addictive behavior with positive thinking and behaviors.

Christian alcohol rehab programs have a higher success rate because they supply a proven process to heal the mental, physical and spiritual aspects of addiction essential for true recovery based on the One who created us’ advice. For those individuals who don’t want Christian alcohol treatment the next best thing would be 12 steps based recovery programs to work toward become strong mentally, emotionally and spiritually. Some alcohol programs incorporate the 12 steps and Christian recovery. Also healthy eating habits and exercise are an important part of recovery.

Alcoholism treatment recovery does not stop whenever the patient finishes the addiction treatment in truth that is precisely when they really need to press in more on all levels. Moreover a solid way is to get involved with some of your neighborhood churches and attend the Bible studies, Celebrate Recovery Christian (12 step program) and Alcoholics Anonymous. If you dispose of things have learned and got in process of doing in recovery and begin isolating or encircle yourself with those who are not on the right track you will unwittingly be backsliding which  inevitably leads back to the same trap of alcoholism and other harmful  addictions. There is a famous maxim in recovery circles by those who have experience and know it to be true: No matter how you slice it, you cannot continue to do the same things over and over and expect different results, and they define this as insanity. You must transform your way of thinking and you actions will follow. So what are you listening to? What are you watching? What are you reading if anything? Who are you hanging around with? These with determine how you think and where you end up in life.

A solid head start to recovering from alcoholism is getting into a comprehensive alcohol rehab so call us for information on the various alcohol addiction rehab methods.

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