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PSI Addiction Treatment programs offer treatment for all types: Alcohol Addiction Treatment, Drug Addiction Treatment, Dual Diagnosis, Prescription Drug Abuse Treatment.


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844-248-5068 Positive Sobriety Institute Alcohol & Drug Rehab Chicago 680 N Lake Shore Dr #800, Chicago , IL 60611, USA URL: /




ADDICTION  TREATMENT Alcohol Addiction Treatment Drug Addiction Treatment Dual Diagnosis Prescription Drug Abuse Treatment PSI substance abuse programs offer treatment for all types of drug and/or alcohol abuse, including:

Alcohol Addiction Treatment :

Alcohol Addiction Treatment Alcohol abuse is a primary, chronic, progressive, and often fatal health problem for all of society, not just for the professional community. Alcohol use disorder has specific symptoms that can be fueled by unmanageable stress, work demands or poor relationships. If left untreated, alcohol use disorder can and will worsen. Like many other disorders, the symptoms of addiction can be temporarily stopped, but without entering an alcohol rehab program, significantly changing your lifestyle and continued recovery maintenance, relapse can occur . Positive Sobriety Institute (PSI) is one of the leading Illinois alcohol rehab and alcohol treatment centres in Chicago. We treat chemical dependency and alcohol use disorder as a brain disease, as well as take into account the many psychosocial factors that contribute to the disease.

Characteristics of Alcohol Withdrawal :

Characteristics of Alcohol Withdrawal Symptoms of alcohol withdrawal include: Sweating Headaches Tremors in the hands Nausea Vomiting Insomnia Irritability Anxiety Irregular heartbeat Heart failure Convulsions Hallucinations Seizures

Characteristics of Alcohol Use Disorder :

Characteristics of Alcohol Use Disorder Characteristics of alcohol use disorder and addiction include lack of control over drinking, constant preoccupation with alcohol, use of alcohol despite adverse consequences, and distortions in thinking—most notably denial. Symptoms of alcohol use disorder may include: Deteriorating personal hygiene Personality and behaviour changes Emotional outbursts, arguments or violence Embarrassing social behaviour Observable decline in physical or emotional health Shakiness, tremors of hands, agitation Slurred speech Unsteady balance Disorganized schedule Withdrawal from professional obligations, associations, committees

Drug Addiction Treatment :

Drug Addiction Treatment Drug abuse and addiction is a serious issue for professionals in the workplace, most importantly for those with a responsibility to render services under a safe environment for their clients such as healthcare providers. Many well-educated, highly trained and experienced healthcare practitioners lose their families, careers, and futures to drug use and addiction.


Professionals who abuse drugs will often exhibit atypical behaviour . Certain signs and symptoms that may indicate a drug addiction include: Progressive deterioration in personal appearance and hygiene Personality change such as mood swings, anxiety, depression, lack of impulse control Work performance which alternates between periods of low and high productivity Strained relationships with colleagues, family, clients Frequent absences, tardiness, missed appointments Disappearances from the work site—having long unexplained absences or frequent or long trips to the bathroom Confusion, memory loss, and difficulty concentrating or recalling details and instructions Drug Use Signs and Symptoms

Dual Diagnosis :

Dual Diagnosis Addiction and mental health problems are often closely linked. It’s very common for people with a substance use disorder such as drug addiction or alcoholism to also suffer from a range of psychiatric or mood disorders, including: Depression Bipolar disorder Anxiety and fear disorders Generalized anxiety disorder Obsessive compulsive disorder Panic disorder Personality disorders Post-Traumatic Stress Disorder (PTSD) Schizophrenia Stress Co-Occurring Disorders We Treat

Treating Dual Disorders :

Treating Dual Disorders It can be a challenge to diagnose co-occurring disorders, as oftentimes the symptoms of the mental health disorder and the drug addiction are similar. Individuals that suffer from a drug addiction and mental health issue may be diagnosed with one of the following: Fear Disorder Generalized Anxiety Disorder Stress Post Traumatic Stress Disorder Bipolar Disorder Schizophrenia Depression Obsessive Compulsive Disorder Depression


ss PSI’s  Chicago drug rehab centre’s board-certified physicians, nurse practitioners, psychologists and addiction medicine clinicians evaluate each patient in order to diagnose and treat dual disorders. We thoroughly understand that mental illness and addiction share many of the same symptoms, and for this reason commit ourselves to helping our recovery patients sustain and maintain sobriety and long-term care for mental health issues.

Prescription Drug Abuse Treatment :

Prescription Drug Abuse Treatment According to a recent study conducted by  USA Today , tens of thousands of doctors, nurses, medical technicians and other healthcare professionals across the nation struggle with abuse or addiction to prescription pain medication, mostly narcotics such as oxycodone and fentanyl. The study uncovered hundreds of state and federal cases in recent years in which physicians and other healthcare practitioners were disciplined or prosecuted for misconduct related to substance abuse. Prescription Drug Addictions We Treat At PSI, we treat all types of prescription drug addictions. Common prescription drugs abused include: Opioid pain killers Benzodiazepines Stimulants Barbiturates

Prescription drug abuse symptoms include: :

Prescription drug abuse symptoms include: Changes in behaviour , such as elation and euphoria Noticeable lethargy, drowsiness or sedation Moodiness or irritability Smaller than usual or constricted pupils Confusion for no apparent reason Slowed breathing Sudden onset of financial problems Obtaining multiple prescriptions from different physicians Social isolation or losing interest in activities previously enjoyed

Prescription Drug Abuse Effects: Short and Long-Term :

Prescription Drug Abuse Effects: Short and Long-Term Short-term prescription drug abuse side effects and withdrawal symptoms include : Nausea and vomiting Dizziness Hearing loss Stomach problems such as constipation Hot flashes Impaired cognitive functioning Opioid-induced hyperalgesia (heightened sensitivity to pain) Stopped or slowed breathing Loss of consciousness or nodding off Long-term effects of prescription drug abuse can be extremely dangerous and even life threatening . Long-term effects of prescription drug abuse include: Coma Seizures Respiratory failure Liver damage


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