If your beer withdrawal symptoms have gotten out of control, you're not alone but you do need help. Call Recovery Unplugged today at (855) 384-5794 to stop the cycle of beer withdrawal.
Beer is a primary driver of alcoholism in the United States, from underage drinkers to adults who binge. America has always adopted a beer culture, up to and including its current obsession with craft breweries. The top 10 percent of American drinkers - 24 million adults over age 18 - consume, on average, 74 alcoholic drinks per week. That works out to a little more than four-and-a-half 750 ml bottles of Jack Daniels, 18 bottles of wine, or three 24-can cases of beer, in one week. These numbers mean that many of these drinkers will invariably experience beer withdrawal symptoms on some level. Recovery Unplugged offers comprehensive, medically supervised beer withdrawal treatment. Call us today to start the healing process.
The need for beer withdrawal treatment is clear. While 32 percent of Americans say they prefer wine and 20 percent say they prefer liquor, according to a poll conducted in 2016, beer remains the beverage of choice for over 40 percent of Americans who imbibe alcohol. Most drinkers experience alcohol withdrawal from beer. Beer withdrawal is one of the surest indicators that tolerance has developed and that you are in danger of addiction. In 2010, the American Heart Association released guidelines stating men can have up to 12 ounce-cans of 4 percent-alcohol beer and women should limit themselves to one. The general size differential between genders is the reason for the distinction; however, it varies for each individual drinker.
Like any other type of alcohol withdrawal timeline, beer withdrawal can manifest just hours after the last drink. Symptoms can last for days and even weeks, depending upon the level of drinking to which drinkers are accustomed. Beer is one of the most commonly abused types of alcoholic beverages because of its comparatively low amount of alcohol and its pervasive presence in American social culture. Recovery Unplugged is mindful of the rich and celebrated beer culture throughout the state, and we’re here to provide comprehensive, safe and effective beer withdrawal treatment. Contact us today at (855) 384-5794.
Recovery Unplugged clients maintain long-term recovery (one year or longer) at a rate of four times the national average.
Our clients experience early AMA (against medical advice) discharges at a rate five times lower than the treatment industry average.
Nearly all Recovery Unplugged clients report a positive, rewarding and fulfilling treatment experience and say they’d recommend our programs to others who need help.