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What is executive burnout?

Stress and adrenaline are what keep many executives focussed at work, spurring them on to get through tough meetings, make quick decisions and work long hours. However too much stress can affect your health, with mental and physical exhaustion, headaches, and insomnia just some of the symptoms. When stress begins to adversely affect a professional this is known as burnout. Executive professionals with perfectionist and controlling tendencies who work in stressful business environments are more likely to be affected by burnout.

Confidentiality and privacy

The biggest barriers to people getting help for alcohol/drug addiction are guilt, shame and stigma. An assurance of confidentiality is vital to those seeking treatment, especially if they are high profile executives or public figures. Fortunately residential rehab clinics take a client's right to anonymity very seriously and treatment between doctor and patient is completely private and confidential.

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Gambling addiction among executives and professionals is a growing problem in India. Gambling addiction has a hugely negative impact on individuals, their families and on their workplace environment.

Private gambling residential rehab treatment can transform the life of someone with gambling addiction, rebuild their family relationships and change them from an unproductive employee and a liability in the workplace into a positive and fulfilled employee.

If you are concerned about that you may have a gambling addiction problem, or if you are the family member, friend or employer of someone with gambling addiction in India, the Executive Rehab Guide can provide you with the tools you need to find the right private gambling rehab treatment option.

Alcohol & drug problems in the workplace

The importance of rehab treatment

This video features insights from addictions professionals and a former rehab patient into the importance of professional treatment for employees with alcohol and drug problems.  

Employers often ignore alcohol and drug abuse in the workplace until it is too late. Residential rehab treatment can transform an addicted employee from a liability to a productive and fulfilled worker. 

The cost of private residential rehab treatment

The cost of a course of treatment at a private residential rehab treatment clinic depends upon a variety of factors. These include: length of stay (dependent upon medical advice); location; expertise of staff; amount of staff available per patient; treatments and therapies offered; medical facilities; quality of facilities, accommodation and food; extra facilities e.g. gym, transport, holistic therapies; aftercare programme available; external funding provided to the clinic.

Women and alcohol

Women drinkers experience more guilt, shame and low self-esteem compared to men. As a result women can be more reluctant to talk about their drinking. They are also more prone to depression and anxiety. This is because women with alcohol problems can often be living with an alcoholic partner; they are also more likely to be divorced or separated; and there is therefore often much less family support for a female alcoholic. Women’s bodies are more prone to the toxic effects of alcohol which can occur with a lower consumption and shorter drinking history when compared to men.

Detox from alcohol and drugs

Detox from alcohol or drugs should take place in a safe and comfortable environment under the supervision of medical professionals - in a private residential rehab clinic, in a general hospital or in a community detox centre. Self-detox, especially from alcohol, is dangerous and can result in seizures and possibly death. If necessary the doctor in charge prescribes medicines to manage the symptoms of withdrawal comfortably. These doses will be reduced over time until the patient has completely detoxed and their body is free from alcohol or drugs.