You can go to every corner of the globe and find alcohol problems. In some countries where religious beliefs ban alcohol consumption, they will be less frequent and more concealed. In other countries, the social patterns of the population seem almost to be based on alcohol consumption and use of this addictive drug will be fully out in the open.
But the fact is that excess and lengthy alcohol consumption can turn into alcoholism and can destroy or kill, no matter how rich or poor, no matter what color or creed, no matter how educated or primitive.
Worldwide Statistics Support the Need for Effective Alcohol Abuse Rehab
In Brazil, for example, a UN Office on Drugs and Crime (UNODC) report from 2010 stated that 86% of college students have used alcohol and that 22% of these student risk alcohol dependence through heavier consumption.
An older report about Russia noted that drinking to unconsciousness had wide prevalence in that country and may have started when manufacture and sales of alcohol was a popular way for the government to raise money. A 2006 study found a clear connection between Russian alcohol consumption and suicide.
The World Health Organization reports that more than 2.5 million people die each year from alcohol related causes, and that 9% of these are teens or young adults. In the US, approximately 85,000 people die from alcohol-related causes each year.
But many cultures do not have the same inclination toward alcohol abuse rehab that is seen in Europe and the United States. So alcoholism may be tolerated until it simply results in illness and death.
Narconon Brings Effective Alcohol Abuse Rehab to Six Continents
Over the last forty-five years, the founder and executives of the Narconon network of alcohol abuse rehab centers have understood the heartbreak associated with alcoholism and drug abuse. So from one center in Los Angeles in the late 1960s to more than 120 rehabilitation or prevention centers around the world, the Narconon network has expanded to bring help to as many people as possible.
Narconon centers are now located in Taiwan, Italy, England, Brazil, Mexico, Nepal, Russia and many other countries. The long-term residential program offered by Narconon centers has been shown to help seven out of ten addicted people recover fully, so that they stay sober for a two-year monitoring period after graduation.
The program offered by Narconon has eight phases that address the damage done by addiction, the restoration of personal integrity and the life skills needed to walk the sober path after getting home. The last four decades of application of this program have proven that the Narconon program results in sobriety in the majority of cases, and that the prevention programs result in reduced drug and alcohol abuse in the students who participate in these classes.
Call a Narconon alcohol treatment center to get more details or to find out how Narconon can bring improvement to your community by offering rehabilitation or prevention services.
Description: Alcohol can cause different health problems. If you need help with alcoholism, contact a Narconon alcohol rehab center today.