Drinking alcohol at a level that interferes with one’s physical and mental health is known as alcohol dependence or alcoholism.

Alcoholism results from genetic and environmental factors, and it lasts a lifetime because it’s chronic. Alcoholism is characterized by the following symptoms:

  • A strong craving for alcohol
  • Continued use despite repeated physical, psychological, or interpersonal problems
  • The inability to limit drinking

Drinking continues despite health, legal, and/or family problems for an alcoholic. People with addictions, such as alcoholism, suffer from chemical dependency, which makes it impossible for them to change themselves. Willpower alone is not enough for them to overcome their alcohol addiction, unlike alcohol abuse. Alcoholism results in many people losing their homes, family, and jobs as a result of their dependency. Alcoholics can even die as a result of their dependency.

Drinkers develop a tolerance for alcohol over time, which means they need to drink larger quantities to feel the same effects. Whenever people stop drinking, withdrawal symptoms like cravings, anxiety, unsteadiness, headaches, nausea, and irritability begin to appear.

An alcoholic tends to drink more in order to avoid experiencing withdrawal symptoms.


  • Lack of self-control to feel drunk, excessive desire to drink more
  • There are withdrawal symptoms that result from stopping alcohol consumption, including seizures, fever, agitation, and severe confusion.
  • Abusing alcohol can lead to liver and kidney disease.
  • Multi-organ failure results.


A few factors have stood out as causes of alcoholism:

  • Influence of peers
  • on self-confidence
  • Situation
  • Genes
  • Stress

Alcohol Addiction Treatment

Sharda Psychiatric Clinic is A leading Delhi-based alcohol de-addiction centers & psychiatric nursing homes & Rehabilitation Centers, providing both INPATIENT (treatment of patients residing in our rehabilitation centers) and OUTPATIENT (attending to patients who are not staying in our centers) services.

In order to address alcohol addiction and associated problems, we have a proficient and highly skilled team of psychiatrists, counselors, and psychologists. The rehabilitation center is outfitted with well-trained nurses and doctors to take good care of the patients while also monitoring their recovery.

Medical Treatment

Both Alcoholism and Alcohol Abuse requires medication to be effectively treated.  Various medicines can be recommended for patients diagnosed with severe alcoholism. medicines.

Medicines are recommended in accordance with the severity of the drinking problem.

We recommend the following tests to monitor health problems that may have been inflicted by excessive drinking:

  • Liver Function Test
  • Blood Alcohol level
  • Blood Count

We offer long-term psychological care because medicines alone cannot keep the patients away from addiction and relapse.

Counseling is required to motivate, hearten, and to reinstate confidence lost due to the drinking addiction. We conduct a plethora of activities and events in our rehabilitation centers such as dancing, singing, painting, and interactive games, (both indoors & outdoors).

These help in keeping patients’ minds preoccupied and away from negative thoughts which earlier resulted in the patients getting addicted to alcohol. The gradual improvement is monitored. Yoga and meditation also form part of our residential program, which helps the patients control their thoughts, especially when these thoughts result in alcohol cravings.

Family Education

If you or someone you know is struggling with either alcohol abuse or alcohol dependency, the best thing you can do is to get them the help they need. We also provide active family education because it plays a crucial role in helping alcoholic patients recuperate while also preventing relapse.

Sharda Psychiatric Clinic is giving services in the field of Psychiatry & Psychology. We provide treatment for all Mental Illnesses & Psychological problems including De-Addiction. We offer services to all age groups. Our Guiding principle is " Mental Health for all"