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Chapters Capistrano Comments on New CDC Data on Alcohol-Related Deaths, Urges Greater Sobriety to Save Lives

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A new report from the CDC suggests one in 10 deaths among working-age adults is related to alcohol; addiction recovery center Chapters Capistrano responds.

When it comes to substance abuse, Southern California addiction recovery center Chapters Capistrano notes that most people associate addiction-related deaths to drug overdoses. However, this residential rehabilitation facility believes it is essential to raise awareness about the many deaths that are spurred by alcohol abuse. The Chapters Capistrano team points to a recent Washington Post article that details a CDC study of alcohol-related deaths; a study that puts a new perspective on the collective damage this form of addiction has on the United States.

The Washington Post states, “When a working-age adult dies, there’s a [one] in 10 chance that alcohol was to blame, according to a new Centers for Disease Control and Prevention report analyzing survey data from 2006 to 2010. But even among the living, millions of years of life are lost annually due to the effects of drinking.”

Although the research breaks down the number of alcohol-related deaths state by state, the report also reveals that “Americans lose 2,560,290 years of potential life to drinking annually” and “some 87,798 Americans die due to alcohol annually.”

Mike Shea, founder of Chapters Capistrano, responds, “While the life-threatening effects of alcoholism are well-known, these new figures from the CDC truly show the weight of the damage this substance causes. Many people, particularly those struggling with alcoholism, may not realize that even if they are surviving bouts of binge-drinking they are still putting their body at risk—possibly reducing their life span by a great percentage.”

It is in the hopes of Chapters Capistrano that these statistics will help Americans reconsider how drinking—whether part of an addiction or casual use—makes an impact on their health. Shea states, “Hopefully, this report will help individuals realize that alcohol could be wasting precious years of their lives.”

Although alcoholism can cause irreparable damage to a body, Shea advises that any person struggling with a drinking problem take immediate action to restore health and sobriety. “Many alcoholics, particularly those who have relapsed, may be adverse to entering treatment,” Shea says, “but it is important to recognize that through greater appreciation of mental health and the science of addiction, many people can find hope through flexible recovery treatment.”

Chapters Capistrano is one facility that offers a myriad of treatment options to help alcoholics and other addicts achieve recovery in a way that is comfortable. In addition, this facility has embraced flexible lengths of stay to ensure that guests feel that their sobriety is not rushed. With supplementary wellness initiatives, Chapters has been recognized for not only helping guests achieve recovery, but also restoring greater health in the process to encourage individuals to lead longer, happier lives.

If you or a loved one is struggling with alcoholism, Chapters Capistrano can be contacted at (888) 375-2564 for more information on their extensive, customized addiction recovery programs.

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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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