Tag: alcoholism

For families who are struggling, Florida alcohol treatment can be a way out. Currently, one out of four children are exposed to alcohol in their homes. Millions of Floridians abuse alcohol monthly and even daily. Children who are exposed to alcoholic families are four times more likely to develop alcoholism than other children. Children exposed

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Does Drug Addiction Recovery Require God? So here is the thing. I just wrote a post giving atheists tips for recovery. So you might be suspecting that I, in fact, don’t believe that God needs to be involved in drug addiction recovery. Well, you would be wrong. I’ve just learned not to fight with atheists.

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It is relatively normal for everyone to drink a little too much from time to time, especially during days of heavy experimentation, such as adolescence and young adulthood. Alcohol consumption may play a large role in the lives of some adults, but this does not mean that all adults who drink heavily on occasion are

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Alcohol Addiction Treatment Alcohol addiction is one of the most prevalent and widely misunderstood psychological disorders in the world. Millions of Americans suffer from alcoholism, though the majority of these afflicted individuals never seek treatment – either because they remain unaware of the implications of the disease, or because they remain unaware that treatment is

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Addicted Mothers The sad truth is, nearly everyone in America is affected by alcoholism or drug addiction to some degree. Not necessarily personally affected, but affected by association at the very least. The amount of women between the ages of 30 and 44 who reported abusing alcohol has doubled over the course of the past

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Resolutions and Addiction Recovery The start of the new year has come and gone, and our coveted and optimistic list of resolutions is either entirely intact or wholly obliterated and forgotten. If you have managed to steer clear of gluten and fat and cigarettes for the past couple of weeks, then hats off to you.

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Alcoholism in College College living is very similar to functional alcoholism. In fact, when you compare the two, they’re almost identical! College living and alcoholism share many similar traits, characteristics, and negative consequences. Four out of five college students drink and half of all college drinkers are binge drinkers! Binge drinking is the consumption of

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What is Alcohol Poisoning? When talking about binge drinking, heavy drinking, alcoholism, or really anything that involves booze, the phrase alcohol poisoning gets thrown around. It’s become a sort of catchall term to refer to an individual who’s very drunk. Unfortunately, this isn’t what alcohol poisoning really is. Alcohol poisoning, also known as acute alcohol

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Cirrhosis of the Liver Cirrhosis, at its most basic, is the scarring of the liver. In turn, this scarring leads to reduced liver functions. Considering the liver is involved in almost every major function of our bodies, cirrhosis is extremely dangerous. While cirrhosis of the liver is often thought to be a disease in and

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More Americans Drink to Excess Than Even Before A new study from The Center for Disease Control claims that one in three, or 33%, of American adults drink to excess. Think about that for a minute. The CDC is saying that a third of every person over the age of eighteen drinks too much. That

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