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Chapters Capistrano Urges Social Drinkers to Stay Wary of Summer Drinking Concerns

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Addiction recovery center Chapters Capistrano warns about the heightened risk that social drinking in the summer can make it hard to detect development of alcoholism.

While summer is often defined by outdoor activities, vacations and beach lounging, it is also a season that is noted for increased partying—and recreational drinking. While many may be intent to “drink responsibly” while at summer gatherings, addiction recovery center Chapters Capistrano warns social drinkers that repetitive partying can make it difficult to detect when recreational activities can change to alcohol dependency.

Fortunately, a recent article from The Liberty Voice notes a few ways those enjoying summer festivities may progress into a drinking problem. The article raises an important part of alcoholism that many may not be aware of—that the issue can develop with warning signs that are not easy to detect, especially when in a social setting.

According to the article, some individuals can recognize the development of alcoholism early on if they notice they are unable to adhere to drinking limits, friends comment on excessive drinking and waking up with hangovers becomes a regular occurrence. If left untreated, individuals may not only become functional alcoholics, but also harm their health significantly.

Mike Shea, founder of Chapters Capistrano, responds, “It is critical to recognize the moment when drinking is no longer a fun activity. Despite social pressures to drink frequently, anyone who begins to notice a change in their consumption patterns should begin to explore options for professional counseling and addiction recovery.”

Shea notes that if alcoholism goes untreated, the consequences can heighten for the dependent individual and those around him or her. For instance, The Liberty Voice explains, “Signs of alcoholism are more severe. Tolerance is one of the first warning signs, as the alcohol dependent person needs to drink more and more to feel the same effects. Withdrawal is another major warning sign, as is the need to drink to avoid the symptoms of withdrawal. People suffering from alcoholism have lost control over their drinking, cannot quit even though they want to and even if it is causing problems in their lives and give up other activities because of their alcohol use.”

The professional staff at Chapters Capistrano explains that that it is common for many struggling with addiction—and denial—to fear entering recovery, as it may mean having to make drastic changes in one’s social life. However, the recovery center emphasizes the point that true friendships and support networks should not be defined by substance abuse, but rather the ability to remain strong in sobriety.

The flexible treatment programs, supportive atmosphere and hospitable amenities at Chapters Capistrano have helped many individuals struggling with alcoholism and other addictions enter sobriety with confidence. Not only do these programs help individuals learn how to achieve better wellness as an individual, but also lay the foundation for healthier social behaviors and relationships.

To learn more about how the Chapters Capistrano team can help you or a loved one achieve sobriety after alcoholism or other substance abuse problems, call (888) 375-2564.

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Chapters Capistrano is a comprehensive addiction recovery treatment center located along the beautiful, refreshing coast of Southern California. Specializing in all types of substance abuse, Chapters offers flexible treatment programs that are designed to offer greater confidence in addiction recovery. With a thorough approach to detox, counseling and mental health, this center has delivered many success stories. In addition to offering alternative approaches to conventional recovery, Chapters is also recognized for providing guest comfort with exceptional accommodations, private rooms and cell and laptop allowance. Those searching to begin a new “Chapter” in addiction recovery are encouraged to contact Chapters Capistrano today at (888) 375-2564.

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