What is alcoholism?
Alcoholism is an addiction to alcohol, and it may involve a mental illness and compulsive behavior due to dependency on alcohol. Many people do not see alcohol consumption as a problem, and it may not be dangerous to all individuals when consumed responsibly in moderation. However, alcoholism is a disease that can lead to severe health problems, legal problems, relationship difficulties, employment problems, and financial troubles. When a person struggles with alcoholism, they may be unable to limit the amount of alcohol they drink, develop a tolerance to alcohol (so more is needed to feel the same effects), feel a strong compulsion to drink, or experience physical withdrawal symptoms when they do not drink.

What is alcohol rehab?
We offer rehab treatment for alcoholism in [city], [state], to help you or a loved one overcome the addiction to alcohol. Through alcohol rehab, we help you become free from the bonds of addiction, so you can live life to the fullest again. At mountain crest recovery, we focus on individual treatment that is tailored to your specific needs. In our beautiful location in the mountains of Utah, you can find the peace and serenity you need to move on with your life and conquer alcohol addiction.

Do I need alcohol rehab?
You or a loved one may need alcohol rehab if:

• You have developed drinking rituals and become annoyed when this habit is questioned or interrupted
• You often drink alone or in hiding
• You become intentionally drunk to feel “good” or “normal”
• You experience nausea, shaking, sweating, and other signs of physical withdrawal when you do not drink
• You feel a need to drink more alcohol than you used to in order to achieve the same effects
• You have lost interest in hobbies and activities you used to enjoy
• You have experienced legal problems or problems in relationships because of drinking
• You keep alcohol in hidden or unlikely places at home, at work, or in your car

We encourage you to contact our friendly team today to learn more about how we can help you or your loved one overcome alcoholism and lead a healthier, happier life.