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Alchohol Addiction Treatment in Michigan

Alcohol use disorder is one of the most common substance use disorders worldwide. While genetics and personal characteristics may play a part in developing alcohol-related disorders there are other factors that can lead to dependence.

At Aegis Medical, alcohol and drug addiction treatment center in Michigan, we understand that addiction doesn't discriminate, so our team of addiction specialists are ready to provide judgment-free, compassionate care to anyone who has the courage to seek help.

While Alcohol Use Disorder poses a high risk of relapse, there are several alcohol and drug addiction treatment options available to our clients to limit withdrawal symptoms and support long-term recovery.

Rehab programs and addiction treatment options are available at Aegis Medical, equipped with varying levels of care to help patients in all stages of addiction recovery. Let us help you regain control today.

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With professional support, people who struggle with Alcohol Use Disorder have a better chance of maintaining sobriety. Some of the medications used to treat Alcohol Use Disorder are Disulfiram, Naltrexone, and Acamprosate, which can help people maintain lasting recovery.

Medication-Assisted Treatment Options for

Alcohol Addiction Disorder


Disulfiram deters drinking because it interferes with alcohol metabolism, causing acetaldehyde (a substance that results from the breakdown of alcohol) to build up in the bloodstream. When taken with alcohol consumption users may experience facial flushing, throbbing headaches, rapid heart rate, rapid breathing, sweating, nausea and vomiting. 


Naltrexone alters the effects of alcohol on the brain which may reduce alcohol craving and consumption. This drug is effective in most people who take it consistently. 

A long-acting form can be given by injection once a month. Naltrexone, unlike disulfiram, allows patients to choose between a goal of abstinence or control.


Acamprosate is an oral medication that is used to treat Alcohol Use Disorder. While it is not a cure for alcoholism, it can help patients achieve long-term abstinence by altering the chemicals in the brain. For this treatment plan to be successful, patients can no longer be drinking alcohol for the best results.  

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