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Signs of Alcohol Addiction.

Signs of Alcohol Addiction

Alcohol abuse and addiction are still serious problems that people face every day. It can be very difficult for someone seeking treatment for alcohol addiction, or even to admit to a problem. If you believe that you may have a problem with alcohol addiction, look for these signs and seek treatment...

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Methods of Alcoholism Counseling and Therapy.

Methods of Alcoholism Counseling and Therapy

Alcohol addiction is still very prevalent in today's society, and counseling is often the best way to treat it. There are actually many different methods of counseling that are used in alcohol addiction treatment.
Why is Addiction Counseling So Important? Counseling and therapy sessions are...

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AfterCare Recovery Options Once Addiction Rehab Is Completed.

AfterCare Recovery Options Once Addiction Rehab Is Completed

Recovering from alcoholism or drug addiction is never easy and adjusting to life while remaining clean and sober on a daily basis after rehab is completed, can be extremely challenging for anyone when they return to their normal environment. It takes a lot of hard work and dedication for a person...

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Disulfiram and Other Medications for Treating Alcohol Use Disorders.

Disulfiram and Other Medications for Treating Alcohol Use Disorders

The use of alcohol in this country is destroying lives and families continuously and the need for treatment is exceptionally high. The pain and suffering people endure daily due to alcohol abuse and alcoholism in their lives is devastating but even though there's effective treatment and support...

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The Life Cycle of Addiction.

The Life Cycle of Addiction

In order to fully understand addiction, you must understand the life cycle of addiction and what takes place from step to step. The life cycle of addiction can be different from person to person, but the steps are essentially the same. What leads each person to become addicted can differ, but how a...

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Drunkorexia is Extremely Serious and Dangerous Behavior.

Drunkorexia is Extremely Serious and Dangerous Behavior

Drunkorexia is a term I've never heard of before and was surprised to read that this term is associated with anorexia and heavy binge drinking behavior that many young people on North American campuses are partaking in. We know that anorexia is extremely serious and dangerous by itself but when...

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Am I Enabling My Child's Alcohol Problem or Drug Use?.

Am I Enabling My Child's Alcohol Problem or Drug Use?

When someone you love is an alcoholic or drug user it's extremely hard to put into words just how heartbreaking it is to watch them destroy their life right in front of you as you helplessly watch. If the problem drinker or substance user in your life that you love and care about is your child, a...

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Dual Diagnosis and Substance Abuse.

Dual Diagnosis and Substance Abuse

Individuals suffering from Dual Diagnosis have both a mental disorder and a problem with drugs or alcohol. It's very common for individuals suffering from Depression, Anxiety Disorders, Schizophrenia and Personality Disorders to abuse alcohol and other substances. Many people suffering from Bipolar...

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Betty Ford's Dream Lives On In Everyone Recovering from Drugs and Alcohol.

Betty Ford's Dream Lives On In Everyone Recovering from Drugs and Alcohol

Betty Ford passed away on July 8th 2011 but will never be forgotten, will always be admired and respected for not only being the First Lady of the United States but for raising awareness about breast cancer and as founder of the Betty Ford Center.
Betty opened our eyes about breast cancer and...

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Recovery for the Non-User.

Recovery for the Non-User

There are so many families fighting drug abuse and addiction today, we all know someone that's either using or addicted to illegal street drugs, prescription drugs, over the counter medications or alcohol. It's sad because everyone is affected when a family member or close friend has a problem with...

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