Durham alcohol abuse has been high, and electronic interventions have been used to try and reduce this problem. Professors at Duke University reviewed 28 previous studies to see if electronic interventions turned out to be effective. Examples of these were CD-ROM, desktop computers, and mobile applications. Studies found that there was little evidence e-interventions could create any long-term change in alcohol misuse. However, they could reduce alcohol intake of an average of one less drink per week.
Alcohol abuse is different from addiction, but it can be a precursor. Entering treatment at one of the alcohol recovery inpatient centers Durham NC is home to can help prevent abuse from evolving into addiction. Call (919) 246-9976 today for help finding treatment options.
Abuse is a pattern of drinking that results in negative consequences relating to work, medical, legal, financial and social effects for the user. While people can abuse alcohol and not be physically or psychologically addicted to it, alcoholism is the most destructive form of alcohol abuse. Alcoholics have no control over when or how much they drink and continue drinking despite destruction of familial bonds, legal consequences and loss of income.
If you are looking for alcohol drug rehab in Raleigh Durham area, we can help you find treatment that offers your best chance for recovery. Call Durham Drug Treatment Centers today at (919) 246-9976 , or attend a North Carolina Alcoholics Anonymous meeting (http://www.aanc32.org/). You will get the help you need.