The Véniez Drug Rehab Center© for Abuse & Addiction
The primary effect of alcoholism is to encourage the sufferer to drink at times and in amounts that are damaging to physical health. The secondary damage caused by an inability to control one's drinking manifests in many ways. Alcoholism also has a significant social costs to both the alcoholic and their family and friends. Alcoholics have a very high suicide rate with studies showing between 8% and 21% of alcoholics commit suicide. Alcoholism also has a significant adverse impact on mental health. The risk of suicide among alcoholics has been determined to be 5080 times that of the general public.
Physical health effects of Alcoholism
It is common for a person suffering from alcoholism to drink well after physical health effects start to manifest. The physical health effects associated with alcohol consumption may include cirrhosis of the liver, pancreatitis, epilepsy, polyneuropathy, alcoholic dementia, heart disease, increased chance of cancer, nutritional deficiencies, sexual dysfunction, and death from many sources.
Mental health effects of Alcoholism
Long term misuse of alcohol can cause a wide range of mental health effects. Alcohol misuse is not only toxic to the body but also to brain function and thus psychological well being can be adversely affected by the long-term effects of alcohol misuse. Psychiatric disorders are common in alcoholics, especially anxiety and depression disorders, with as many as 25% of alcoholics presenting with severe psychiatric disturbances. Typically these psychiatric symptoms caused by alcohol misuse initially worsen during alcohol withdrawal but with abstinence these psychiatric symptoms typically gradually improve or disappear altogether.Panic disorder can develop as a direct result of long term alcohol misuse. Panic disorder can also worsen or occur as part of the alcohol withdrawal syndrome.Chronic alcohol misuse can cause panic disorder to develop or worsen an underlying panic disorder via distortion of the neurochemical system in the brain.
Social effects of Alcoholism
The social problems arising from alcoholism can be significant. Being drunk or hung over during work hours can result in loss of employment, which can lead to financial problems including the loss of living quarters. Drinking at inappropriate times, and behavior caused by reduced judgment, can lead to legal consequences, such as criminal charges for drunk driving or public disorder, or civil penalties for tortious behavior. An alcoholic's behavior and mental impairment while drunk can profoundly impact surrounding family and friends, possibly leading to marital conflict and divorce, or contributing to domestic violence. This can contribute to lasting damage to the emotional development of the alcoholic's children, even after they reach adulthood. The alcoholic could suffer from loss of respect from others who may see the problem as self-inflicted and easily avoided.
Alcoholism is a term with multiple and sometimes conflicting definitions. In common and historic usage, alcoholism refers to any condition that results in the continued consumption of alcoholic beverages despite the health problems and negative social consequences it causes.
Medical definitions describe alcoholism as a disease which results in a persistent use of alcohol despite negative consequences. A minority opinion within the field, notably advocated by Dr Peter Véniez, Ph.D., C.Ht., N.D., Herbert Fingarette and Stanton Peele, argue against the existence of alcoholism as a disease. Critics of the disease model tend to use the term "heavy drinking" when discussing the negative effects of alcohol consumption. The Véniez Drug Rehab Center© does not see alcoholism as a mental illness or as a disease either, but only as a symtom. After the therapy the results are permenent. The patient is self-sufficient and dose not need further treatments or meetings. A brief Follow-up my be in order.
After the therapy, once you have resolved the root of the problem.....you will become a normal human-being again, able to consume alcohol with meals, or drink socially if desired.
At the Véniez Drug Rehab Center©, we are interested to help people find the why they are unhappy and into a self-distructive mood and resolve it.
THERE IS A REASON FOR EVERYTHING,
identify the causes, the sources of his or her symtoms and eliminate them.
This philosophy about recovery is unique and at the same time coresponds with a known philosophy ; from KEEP IT SIMPLE STUPID, KISS ........to....... KEEPING IT SIMPLE, KIS.........
You are not stupid, you just don't understand yourself....The Véniez Drug Rehab Center©can help you finally get out of your never ending pattern of unhappyness a real drug & alcohol rehabilitation center.
The solution for Alcoholism
A dependence of alcohol leads directly to an increased tolerance and the need to drink more and more to achieve the same results. Alcohol withdrawal can be life threatening, leading to grand mal seizures delirium tremens. At The Véniez Drug Rehab Center©, our treatment professionals know how to navigate these dangerous waters and allow the alcoholic to overcome the initial dangers of withdrawal. But this is only the first step; long term recovery is a process of filling the spiritual hole and stopping the mental obsession.
Through guidance and counseling, The Véniez Drug Rehab Center© can help alcoholics regain their lives and free themselves from the chronic and progressive chains of alcoholism.
The first step is to physically detox then resolve why you got yourself into this addiction.
THERE IS A REASON FOR EVERYTHING.
Identify the causes, the sources of his or her addiction and eliminate them in four sessions.
The solution in Psychotherapy, Hypnosis with L'Approche Véniez© is to identify the causes, the source of his or her symptoms to eliminate them. The most precise and fastest way is with L'Approche Véniez©. These different techniques are used; visualization, breathing and relaxation, hypnotism, the subliminal, and post-hypnotic suggestions. There is nothing artificial or supernaturel about hypnosis.
- The first session consists of a series of questions asked to the individual to obtain therapeutic useful information about the patient. This session allows the therapist to understand his patient and explain to him how the therapy will take place. At the end of this first session, the therapist will introduce a brief induction of hypnosis to his patient. (duration of the meeting is usually an hour, sometimes more).
- The second session consists of a light follow-up by the therapist and deepening the patient's hypnotic state. (duration of the session is between 45 minutes to an hour).
- The third session consists of the work, acceptance, the release of shocks, traumatisms or causes of the lack of security experienced by the patient. (duration of the session is usually 1 hour or more).
- The fourth session consists of closing, reconciliation of the adult and the inner child, an experience of self-identity, self-confidence and loveing yourself. (duration of the session is between 45 minutes to an hour).
Once this work is done the results are permenent. The patient is self-sufficient and does not need further treatments. A brief follow-up may be in order.