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Scott Hall enters rehab facility again

WWE Hall of Famer Scott Hall has fallen off the wagon once more and will be checking himself in a Drug Rehab center to help with his alcohol addiction.

“Happy to report I’m checking in to a detox facility to address my recent difficulty. During drug detox, a person’s drug intake is gradually lowered, until their body no longer relies on the substance to function. Thanks to all the supporters out there,” Hall tweeted. Detox centers mainly follow psychotherapy treatments to encourage an addict in overcoming his addiction. Many detox centers also offer the option of personalized programs for their patients, depending upon the seriousness of the problem. The centers will also provide you with a leisure environment for curative benefits and the outdoor activities offered by these centers can help to bring you closer to nature and assist you in understanding the better ways of leading your life. Gradually, the detoxification and rehab programs will ensure that you see the positive change in yourself. Detoxification is a remedial procedure wherein you will be put under general anesthesia and observed by a team of experts. Additionally, the doctor will purge the toxins out of your body by administering beneficial drugs. This elimination of toxins will immediately make you undergo the withdrawal symptoms. However, the anesthesia will aid to prevent you from experiencing the painful symptoms. This withdrawal period can last from ten hours to ten days, based on the severity of drug abuse. This detox procedure is normally carried out to deal with oxycontin, heroin, codeine and methadone addictions. And, as you start recovering, your craving for addictive drugs diminishes. However, though the results are instantaneous, researches have shown that you will still be required to go through continued counseling and therapy.

The former WWE Intercontinental champion made great progress under Diamond Dallas Page along with Jake “The Snake” Roberts however his “demons” often showed up again. WWE has sponsored almost all of Hall’s trips to rehab facilities as per their Wellness Program where any current or former Superstar or Diva needing help could reach out to the company and get an all-expense paid program.

How to Gauge the Severity of Alcohol Withdrawal Symptoms

Alcohol Drinking Withdrawal Symptoms can occur when you suddenly stop using alcohol after regular excessive drinking and can range from severe to mild. Severe withdrawal symptoms can be quite serious and in rare situations, they can actually be fatal. Because they can worsen over time, it’s important to know whether your symptoms are getting more severe so you can seek help. The most severe symptoms usually occur between two and five days after you stop drinking, which means that the first day or two may not be a good indicator of your risk of serious problems.

In mid May, Hall was part of a wrestling event which was held at the Skate and Surf Music Festival in Asbury Park, New Jersey, but was too drunk to take part in the meet and greet with fans. After he was given enough time to sober up by the promoters, Hall was kicked out of the event by security. In 2013, fans helped raise over $80,000 on Indiegogo.com so Hall could get his hip replacement, physical therapy, and dental work.

Colin Vassallohttps://www.wrestling-online.com
Colin Vassallo has been editor of Wrestling-Online since 1996. He is born and raised in Malta, follows professional wrestling and MMA, loves to travel, and is a big Apple fan!

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