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Where Can I Find Alcohol Addiction Recovery Near Me in Hawaii?

Addiction to alcohol is a serious illness, often requiring immediate attention and treatment from specially trained medical professionals. Left untreated, an addiction to alcohol can affect every aspect of a person’s life. Severe and often life threating physical ailments, emotional distress, mental instability, broken relationships, and financial insecurities are just a few of the common side effects of living with alcoholism.  And because an affliction of this magnitude is so incredibly harmful, anyone suffering with this addiction is encouraged to seek help and support as soon as possible. What are the symptoms of alcohol addiction?

There is a common misconception that an individual only needs to seek help once their malady has reached a certain level of intensity…many people they are waiting until they have landed in the hospital emergency room or gotten a license revoked from driving under the influence. For others it might be losing a job as a result of their drinking, having their children taken away, or becoming houseless. But the truth is this: it is never too early to seek treatment. A person with the symptoms of alcoholism can receive the help they need without ever having to experience any of the things typically associated with “hitting a bottom”. If an addict can receive help early in their journey of recovery, they can save themselves and their loved ones from a lifetime of unnecessary grief and pain.

What are the symptoms of alcohol addiction?

One of the more difficult aspects of alcohol addiction is that it can be difficult to recognize in its early stages. In our society, drinking alcohol is as commonplace as having a cup of coffee. It can be found at every beach party, dinner date, wedding, birthday, or graduation party. People use it every day as a means of celebration, an excuse to meet up, or a way of making socialization just a little easier (liquid courage, anyone?). Not only is it legal, but alcohol is advertised as a way of being fun, sexy, or sophisticated. And for those who can moderate their intake, it can be all those things. But what if you can’t?  What if you can’t stop when you had planned on stopping? What if you promised to drink less, or not at all, but are finding out you have no control? In a culture where it seems like everyone is drinking all the time, how is one to recognize when their drinking has transitioned from fun and problem free, to something darker and more dangerous?

Here are just a few of the signs and symptoms of alcohol dependency:An increased quantity or frequency

  • High alcohol tolerance or no hangover symptoms
  • Drinking alcohol at inappropriate times
  • Becoming dependent on alcohol to function in everyday life
  • Hiding alcohol or hiding while drinking
  • Avoiding or losing contact with loved ones and/or friends
  • Depression, lethargy, or other emotional issues
  • Only befriending those who also drink heavily

If you have started to notice any of these symptoms in either yourself or someone you care about, please consider seeking help now. As discussed earlier, the disease of alcoholism needs immediate attention. Left untreated, it will only get worse. There is one universally recognized barrier to successfully recovering from alcoholism, which is that the inflicted individual must not only realize that they do, in fact, have a problem, but then also find the willingness to start the process of recovery.

 Importance of Willingness to Achieve Sobriety

The first step in anyone’s journey of recovery is acknowledging that they have a problem. Once they can admit this painful truth, they must find within themselves the willingness to accept help. Many people in this position have been armed with nothing more than this simple, yet powerful, tool. At the start of the journey, a person can feel myriad emotions: fear, disgust, doubt, humiliation, anger, disbelief, sadness, overwhelm. Many do not even feel the slightest bit of hope, often because it feels impossible or perhaps because they have tried and failed before. But the good news is that even from this place of doubting themselves, of doubting the process, they can and do recover all the time. Because so long as they have willingness, the path of recovery is sure to unfold for them. And if someone truly wants to be free from their addiction to alcohol, their best chance is to do so with help.

Honu House Hawaii : A Place To Recover

Far removed from the stressors and triggers of every day life, you will find Honu House. Conceived with healing in mind, this safe haven has been designed to offer a respite from all the things that can make the journey of healing so difficult when in the everyday environment. Sitting upon the sacred slopes of ancient volcanoes, nestled amongst tropical fruit trees, and located in the center of the great Pacific Ocean, Honu House exists for the sole purpose of fostering the environment needed for beginning the journey of sobriety. Nowhere else in the world does there exist a transformational addiction program like the one created at Honu House. Every aspect of the healing journey is provided, from a healthful diet and mindfulness training to nature immersion, exercise, and breathwork.

If you are looking for real assistance in achieving sobriety, Honu House Hawaii is where you want to be. Residents here practice the 12-step approach in alcohol addiction recovery and have personal treatment plans designed by professional therapists and addiction specialists. Residents undergo a complete life change, where our holistic approach to healing addresses the mind, body, and spirit of individuals as they develop new life skills and gain self-confidence. We provide the science-backed tools and resources every recovering person needs to move into the truest version of themselves and walk forward with the tools they will need to stay sober. If you or someone you care about is struggling to achieve or maintain sobriety, Honu House is waiting to help.

Reach out to us today.

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    By John Burke

  • March 30, 2022

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