Alcohol Addiction

Accepting that you have a problem with alcohol can be overwhelming, but denying it and the problems associated with it can actually make things worse.

Alcohol affects every part of the body and in time can have damaging effects.

Withdrawal symptoms such as shakiness, sweating, upset stomach and anxiety are suffered as a result of compulsive drinking.


Do You Have A Problem With Alcohol Addiction?

  • Have you tried to cut down and control your drinking, but with little success?

  • Lied about how much you have drunk that day, that week?

  • Said “I don’t drink as much he/she does”?

  • Feel that the thought of living without alcohol frightening?

  • Had legal or financial problems as a result of alcohol use?

  • Missed work/college or an important event because of alcohol misuse?

  • Had arguments with partners/loved ones because of alcohol misuse?

  • Feel you need alcohol in order to interact with other people?

  • Believe that the only way to have fun is to drink to excess?

If you have answered yes to any of these questions then you may have.


The next step……

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You can make the decision to address your addiction in a confidential, non-judgemental, compassionate and supportive environment with an experienced Counsellor who has extensive knowledge of this problem area.

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