Archive for September, 2019

 
lcohol addiction is a disease. If left unchecked, it can result in severe consequences in the social, financial, professional and legal aspects of your life.

Alcohol Help, Overcoming Alcohol Addiction

  • September 27, 2019
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Alcohol Help, Overcoming Alcohol Addiction What is Alcohol Addiction? Alcohol addiction is also referred to as alcoholism. Anyone can suffer from alcoholism.  There are various factors that could lead to alcoholism. These factors can be categorized into genetics, behavioral and psychological.  Alcoholism is an actual disease because it alters your neurochemistry and brain functions. Thus, […]

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How Friends and Family Can Help an Alcoholic Overcome Addiction

How Friends and Family Can Help an Alcoholic Overcome Addiction?

  • September 25, 2019
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The federal and state governments in the U.S. spend approximately $223.5 billion on alcohol-related expenses. Taxpayers, such as the friends and families of addicts, foot about $94.2 billion of this amount. Despite the many measures taken to reduce deaths that we can attribute to alcoholism, we still lose 79,000 lives in a year. This figure […]

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PTSD and Addiction focused on military veterans and active with TRICARE

  • September 25, 2019
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  Many of our vets who served in the Gulf War and in Afghanistan are under-served through VA Hospitals and clinics with limited options and long wait-times for services such as: counseling, substance abuse treatment and treatment for co-occurring disorders, especially PTSD.  Veterans often acclimate much better in treatment settings when they are among other […]

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How To Detox From Alcohol Safely At Home

How To Detox From Alcohol Safely At Home 

  • September 24, 2019
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Many addicts consider stopping their alcohol addiction at one point in time. They feel the effects of their alcoholism and see how their alcohol use disorder (AUD) burdens the people close to them. Consequently, they want to deal with their AUD and start living a life of sobriety.  However, this new life can be full […]

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