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SOURCE: Mountainside Drug Rehab and Alcohol Treatment Center
Early alcohol experimentation could lead to alcohol abuse.
Washington, DC (PRWEB) October 06, 2012
A recent study out of Yale University suggests that the earlier an individual is exposed to drinking alcohol, the greater the risk of developing drinking problems later in life.
The study focused on over 1,000 college freshmen and focused on how much and how often they drank, along with the age they began drinking and whether they have any current problems with alcohol.
The results revealed that individuals who had their first drink early, at approximately age 15, had a higher incidence of heavier drinking during college. In addition, the study also showed that those who progressed from one drink to intoxication quickly, also tended to have an increased risk of heavy drinking.
“Naturally, education in school regarding the dangers of alcohol won’t ever completely stop underage drinking,” begins a spokesperson for Mountainside Drug Rehab and Alcohol Treatment Center. “However, it’s still important to communicate these messages because they do, indeed, have an impact and can reduce the need for alcohol rehab.”
It’s estimated that thirty percent of people within the US misuse alcohol, including binge drinking, and are alcohol dependent.
If the symptoms of alcohol abuse are recognized personally, or in a loved one, Mountainside Drug Rehab and Alcohol Treatment Center can assist in designing a personalized alcohol rehab program that will be the optimum rehab for each individuals' needs or the individual needs of a loved one. Mountainside’s comprehensive alcohol rehab program has been recognized as a standout program among treatment professionals.
Mountainside Drug Rehab and Alcohol Treatment Center is a modern drug rehab and alcoholism treatment facility that is skilled in serving a variety of clients with various addictions and in varying stages of addiction. The caring, compassionate team is made up of licensed and certified social workers and counselors who have extensive experience and specialty in the addiction treatment field. In addition, the staff includes a Nurse Practitioner, as well as a Registered Nurse, both of whom also have specializations and experience within the field of addiction treatment and alcohol rehab.
Mountainside also has available services for those individuals who come to them with dual diagnoses and require the services of a Psychiatrist to help conquer the unique challenges that dual diagnosis brings.
For the past 13 years, Mountainside has established itself as an innovator within the addiction treatment field, and the treatment modalities Mountainside utilizes are regarded as among the most cutting-edge approaches in helping individuals to get, and to remain, sober. As a result of their unique, innovative approaches to addiction treatment, Mountainside has become the model for the addiction treatment field.
The program and its professional addiction treatment team have earned national recognition and resulted in Mountainside being invited to Washington by the White House to meet with the White House Drug Czar, John P. Walters, for an in-depth meeting on what makes its program so successful. These accolades did not go unnoticed within the addiction treatment field and resulted in the adoption by many throughout the country of a more holistic approach to drug addiction treatment.
For questions or a confidential discussion about getting help for drug rehab or alcoholism, please contact Mountainside Drug Rehab and Alcohol Treatment Center for a confidential discussion at 800-762-5433.
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