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Addiction Treatment is an ongoing process in which an individual is willing to change his/her life for the betterment of the patient. Addiction is a disorder which affects both physical and behavioral. The main reason for addiction to occur is not known, but it is believed that addicts are more susceptible to addictions when they experience stress and lack of self-esteem in their everyday life. Addiction Treatment helps the patient to do the following: cease using drugs. be drug-free permanently. Alcohol is the most widely consumed drug in America and Europe and it has a negative effect on all addicts. People who abuse alcohol often have trouble focusing in school and work because of their alcoholism. There are different types of alcohol and they include beer, wine, hard liquor, Rums, liqueurs, vodka, rum, gin, whiskey, brandy and tequila. All these types of alcohol can cause many health problems and disorders. However, alcohol abuse can have a devastating effect on the user and this is why addiction treatment is needed. There are different programs that are used for addiction treatment. There are a lot of programs available that can help in addiction treatment. These programs vary from one person to another depending on the severity of the disorder and the method of the therapy. For example, in one program an addict might undergo inpatient treatment while another program will involve group therapy. There are also some therapies that are more expensive, such as Narcotics Anonymous. This therapy focuses on the need to change the lifestyle and thinking patterns that lead to addiction. Addiction Treatment centers provide a lot of support to the addicts and they are given the opportunity to learn how to cope with life’s ups and downs and move on from there. They are also given support to understand why they have made the mistakes they have and how to avoid them in the future.