ALCOHOL DETOX TIMELINE: WITHDRAWAL TO RECOVERY

Alcoholism doesn’t occur overnight. It’s a disease that progresses over time and continues to eat away at a person’s health and wellness. It can wreak havoc on a person’s liver and kidneys, which can go on to negatively affect others parts of the body and appearance.
Those who struggle with alcohol addiction may also find themselves isolated from their friends and family and in declining, overall health. When a person abuses alcohol, not all signs are immediately apparent, but eventually, the side effects catch up, which leads people to what is commonly referred to as “rock bottom.”
On the other hand, sobriety also doesn’t happen right away. It can’t be achieved in one day. Getting sober comes in stages and can feel like a slow path, but it’s important to stick with the process and take the proper steps to prevent relapse. The best decision you can make is to choose to end your battle with alcohol dependency.
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