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Alcohol Use Disorder
According to the National Survey on Drug Use and Health (NSDUH), nearly 15 million Americans 12 years or older have been diagnosed with an alcohol use disorder. According to the CDC, an estimated 95,000 people die from alcohol-related causes each year.

Levels of Alcohol Use Disorder


Risky drinking involves binge drinking or heavy drinking. Binge drinking is classified as drinking five or more drinks on a single occasion. Risky drinking can lead to alcohol abuse or dependence.


Alcohol abuse is classified as continuing to drink regardless of social and health problems alcohol use may cause. Studies show that 90% of people who abuse alcohol are not yet dependent. Alcohol abuse has a high potential to lead to alcohol dependence.


Alcohol dependence is a chronic condition characterized by experiencing withdrawal symptoms if you stop drinking. People with alcohol dependence often continue to drink to alleviate unpleasant withdrawal symptoms.

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Alcohol dependence relies on multiple factors. These risk factors can be environmental family-related, and behavioral. While these elements do not guarantee that use will lead to addiction, it is important to understand the signs of alcoholism, the risk factors, how they may lead to addiction and withdrawal symptoms.

There are several signs to look for if you believe you or a loved one has an alcohol use disorder.

Higher Levels Of Alcohol Abuse Are Associated With A Greater Risk Of Negative Health Effects, Including:

Risks of Alcoholism
Withdrawal Symptoms
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Find Treatment For Alcohol Use Disorder

Withdrawing from alcohol alone can be scary and even dangerous. It is advised that you withdraw from alcohol under medical supervision and with medical detox. Fusion Recovery alcohol treatment centers offer medical detox to help alleviate these symptoms. Once you have been stabilized through detox, you can begin our treatment program and start your recovery.




When you arrive at Fusion Recovery, you will receive a full screening from our clinical team. This evaluation includes a full physical exam and questions about your history with addiction, family history, past treatment history, and current symptoms. This step helps us develop the proper treatment plan for you. At our center, we offer both outpatient andinpatient alcohol rehab, depending on your circumstances.




Our alcohol treatment program (whether inpatient or outpatient) involves medical detox and sometimes medication-assisted treatment. During detox, you may be given naltrexone to help suppress cravings. Once you completely detox from alcohol, your treatment and recovery can begin.




To maintain sobriety, it is important to receive continuous treatment and stay focused and dedicated to therapy. Our outpatient setting provides flexible options for treatment. Your sustained recovery is important to us, so we will make sure that your treatment plan works for you.

If you or a loved one are struggling with an alcohol use disorder or addiction, you may need rehab for alcohol addiction, and our drug and alcohol treatment centers are here to help. Contact us 24/7 with any questions or concerns. Our staff is here to help you during this difficult time.

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