The Alcohol Rehabilitation Center in Pune had conducted a survey after a frank conversation with the reputed doctors across our country regarding the topic of making a healthy diet plan for the alcohol addicts recovering at the Alcohol Rehabilitation Center in Pune. Thus mentioning the role of nutrition in an alcohol recovering addicts, the Alcohol Rehabilitation Center in Pune, have come forward and released several important comments.
Alcohol abuse takes a major toll on our human body. As recovering from alcohol abuse is a very slow process, the nutrition concern in our body is a major issue for many which require sincere attention. Alcoholism is very hard to recover from as the major detoxification stage is crucially complicated which requires careful medications, support and high monitoring, which alcohol itself is difficult to avoid as it is in the course of everyday’s socializing now-a-days. Thus, food is essential and it is the only vital which will help the body to rebuild itself and maintain good health.
When one abuse alcohol, they tend to start:
- Consuming less food
- Choose foods which have less nutrition in them or at times skip their meals
- Increase the speed at which the body uses your energy
- Increase the loss of nutrients via cases of vomiting and diarrhea
- Lead to damage in the gut which will thus lead towards low absorbing of nutrients in the food in a proper manner.
Food mainly influences the way our brain functions. Thus, when our body is not producing enough brain chemicals that are the neurotransmitters or the chemicals which are balanced out, one will definitely feel anxious and completely irritated. Thus, you will suffer from food cravings, problems of anxiety and also the inability to sleep properly, which eventually can result in stress and also can affect the memory of individuals leading towards tiredness all the time, dissatisfaction, depression and even going into a stage of paranoia.
Therefore, a healthy diet for an alcohol recovery should must include the following:
- Complex carbohydrates (50% to 55% of the calories you consume), which means plenty of grains, fruits and vegetable
- Dairy products or other foods rich in calcium (calcium-fortified beverages, tofu, kale), two to three cups per day
- Moderate protein (15% to 20% of calories): two to four ounces twice a day of meat or fish (or another high-protein food such as tofu)
- Fat choices (30% of calories), preferably good oils such as canola, olive, flaxseed and those found in fish
Also, behavioural interventions are mainly of a limited use and without the help of supportive social groups and structures, the improvement of safety and nutritional food intake can raise the issues of poverty and also treat additional mental health problems. The health care providers and all the different community-based agencies, even the alcohol treatment specific organizations have provided the free services in the mental health, food provisional and nutritional problems also leading to the social services. These are mainly great tools in the process of complete holistic care and support when you are recovering from this hazardous condition.