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Business Listing   Advanced Physical Therapy - Bradenton, FL - Phone: (941) 752-9719


Business Listing   Alliance Care @ Westminster - Bradenton, FL - Phone: (941) 749-1972


Business Listing   Alliancecare @ College Park - Bradenton, FL - Phone: (941) 755-7427


Business Listing   Alliancecare @ Desoto Towers - Bradenton, FL - Phone: (941) 749-2931


Business Listing   Alliancecare @ Westminster - Bradenton, FL - Phone: (941) 745-2254


Business Listing   Body in Balance Physical Therapy - Bradenton, FL - Phone: (941) 758-2111


Business Listing   Care Alliance of America - Bradenton, FL - Phone: (941) 727-9689


Business Listing   Casa Mora Rehabilitation & Extended Care - Bradenton, FL - Phone: (941) 761-1000


Business Listing   Children's Therapy - Bradenton, FL - Phone: (941) 756-1003


Business Listing   Denton Beth Ms PT - Bradenton, FL - Phone: (941) 739-7828


Business Listing   Family Emergency Treatment Center - Bradenton, FL - Phone: (941) 782-4800


Business Listing   Gold's Gym Super Fitness Complex - Bradenton, FL - Phone: (941) 748-4653


Business Listing   Greene Robert J PhD - Bradenton, FL - Phone: (941) 753-1686


Business Listing   Hand Rehabilitation Services - Bradenton, FL - Phone: (941) 792-3134


Business Listing   Helping Hands Addiction Recovery Program - Bradenton, FL - Phone: (941) 755-1300


Business Listing   Jim Russo Prison Ministries Inc - Bradenton, FL - Phone: (941) 746-3717


Business Listing   Joint Works P A - Bradenton, FL - Phone: (941) 795-2755


Business Listing   Legacy Physical Therapy & Sports Training - Bradenton, FL - Phone: (941) 792-0511


Business Listing   Life And Work Success Systems - Bradenton, FL - Phone: (941) 748-5073



Business Listing   Progressive Rehabilitation Agency Inc - Bradenton, FL - Phone: (941) 756-8794


Business Listing   Rehabilitation and Sports Medicine Center - Bradenton, FL - Phone: (941) 745-7559


Business Listing   Rehabilitation Center at Pointe West - Bradenton, FL - Phone: (941) 761-0286


Business Listing   Rehabilitative Specialties - Bradenton, FL - Phone: (941) 727-2472


Business Listing   Riverfront Nursing & Rehabilitation Center - Bradenton, FL - Phone: (941) 747-8681


Business Listing   Russell Connie BCD - Bradenton, FL - Phone: (941) 795-2228


Business Listing   Scott Melanie PT - Bradenton, FL - Phone: (941) 749-1734


Business Listing   Serenity Room Group - Bradenton, FL - Phone: (941) 753-7760


Business Listing   Sports Medicine & Rehabilitation - Bradenton, FL - Phone: (941) 755-8819


Business Listing   Suncoast Harvest Center-HRM - Bradenton, FL - Phone: (941) 746-6564


Business Listing   Visiting Nurse Association - Bradenton, FL - Phone: (941) 750-0961


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Helpful Definition for: Alcoholism Information & Treatment Centers

Alcohol dependence syndrome is termed as 'alcoholism'. It depends on what type of drink one takes, in how much quantity and for how long. And when this want reaches an uncontrollable need for alcoholism, the person is said to be alcoholic. Alcoholism Information is the information which everybody should have an idea about. In Bradenton, many cases are there where a person is not able to recover from this habit of drinking, that is when a person needs assistance which the treatment centers can provide. In Bradenton, there are many treatment centers which can provide people needing assistance with alcoholism information.

One of the treatments of alcoholism include detoxification treatment, in a controlled environment and close monitoring. It may also include administering benzodiazepines. This process takes three to seven days, after which it is psychological rather than physical or chemical. Its main aim is to prevent a relapse of excessive drinking. There are also medications to stop the addicted person from drinking again. When a person tries to withdraw from this habit, the person may face various types of withdrawal symptoms like nausea, vomiting, headache, a shaking of the whole body, and so on. Even counseling helps a person to avoid drinking, but the most important factor is will power.

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