Addiction Topic Keyword: Alcohol Abuse (p. 3 of 6)

  • What is Inpatient Treatment?

    What is Inpatient Treatment?

    Today is the day for you to pick up the phone and get some help. Reach out to a local rehab program or facility and you can overcome your substance abuse problem and start moving on with your life once and for all. There is absolutely no reason why you should continue to struggle with an addiction when the help that you need is just around the corner.
    Finding the right type of detox and...

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  • Benefits of Life Skills for Recovering Addicts

    Benefits of Life Skills for Recovering Addicts

    The effects of alcohol and drug addiction are unbelievably crippling to the addicted individual that's why most addicts have such a difficult time with recovery. Alcoholism and drug addiction has a serious impact on a person's life, taking away the abilities they need to achieve abstinence and deal with life when they're clean and sober.
    Individuals dependent on drugs or alcohol don't...

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  • Substance Addiction Detoxification

    Substance Addiction Detoxification

    Individuals who have become addicted to substances such as drugs and alcohol may have to come to terms with quitting this substance in dealing with intense withdrawal symptoms which may affect them physically, emotionally or psychologically. The process of withdrawal from their drug of choice can be extremely unpleasant and painful which is where drug detoxification comes in.
    By going...

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  • Inpatient Rehab Treatment for Alcohol and Drug Addiction

    Inpatient Rehab Treatment for Alcohol and Drug Addiction

    Inpatient treatment is full time therapy and counseling for people that are heavily dependent and addicted. Typically, this is around 21 to 45 days of sleeping, eating and working on personal and intrapersonal issues that are related to substance abuse. Many inpatient substance abuse programs also offer 12-Step groups and other support groups for their clients during treatment.
    There are...

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  • What is Drug and Alcohol Detox?

    What is Drug and Alcohol Detox?

    Detoxification (detox) is the process of removing toxic substances that have accumulated throughout the body during the duration of substance abuse. When a person decides to quit drinking or using drugs, detoxification is often a step they have to take if their habitual use has led to addiction. Fear of detox is one of the reasons many people are reluctant to seek help for their addiction, some...

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  • Description of Outpatient and Inpatient Substance Abuse Treatment

    Description of Outpatient and Inpatient Substance Abuse Treatment

    Both outpatient and inpatient substance abuse programs are very effective for individuals needing alcohol or drug treatment, but it's often hard for a person to determine which option would be the most beneficial in helping them personally reach long-term sobriety. Everyone that suffers from alcohol or drug addiction is different.
    The type of treatment needed to reach and maintain lasting...

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  • Teenage Substance Abuse

    Teenage Substance Abuse

    Whether parents have talked with their children about alcohol and drug use or not, many teenagers will try tobacco, alcohol, illegal drugs or other substances. Some teenagers will try one or more of them once or even a few times then stop but others like the way the substance makes them feel and are unable to control the urge to use them again.
    Not only is the use of alcohol and abuse of...

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  • To Effectively Help an Addict, You Have to Obtain Help for Yourself First

    To Effectively Help an Addict, You Have to Obtain Help for Yourself First

    We don't realize that the way we react to a loved one's addiction can actually make things worse in the long run for them as well as ourselves. When someone we love or care about is struggling with an addiction to drugs or alcohol, the best way to help them is to obtain guidance and support for ourselves first.
    Addiction doesn't just affect the individual that abuses drugs or alcohol, their...

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  • Mistaken Beliefs Adolescents Have About Substance Abuse

    Mistaken Beliefs Adolescents Have About Substance Abuse

    Kids are starting to use drugs in their early teens or even younger anymore and parents are having to talk with their children about the dangers involved with substance abuse at a much earlier age then they use to. Certain types of drugs are more commonly used among young people today when they're experimenting with substance use prescription drugs and alcohol are both high on the list. Read Full Article

  • Dealing with Substance Abuse Withdrawals

    Dealing with Substance Abuse Withdrawals

    When a substance is abused, especially over a long period of time, the body becomes tolerant to the substance, requiring more and more in order to get the same effect as before. When the person abusing the substance does eventually decide to quit for whatever reason, or lets too long a period of time pass between dosages, the result is what is known as drug withdrawal.
    Substance abuse...

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