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Alcoholism: 9 Ways It Affects Lives Beyond Drinking

Alcoholism, a chronic and often debilitating condition, extends its shadow far beyond the act of drinking. While long celebrated in many cultures and gatherings for its ability to socially lubricate, the consequences of alcohol abuse present a more complex narrative. For many, a glass of wine or a cold beer might symbolize relaxation or celebration,

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Healing the brain after alcoholism. A man holds his temples in need of brain healing

Healing the Brain After Alcoholism: 5 Tips for Recovery

Healing the brain after alcoholism is an endeavor that requires time, patience, and commitment. Anyone who has suffered from alcohol use disorder (AUD) can benefit from understanding the effects that alcohol has on the brain both in the short and long term, as well as the most efficient ways to get the necessary treatment and

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National Drug and Alcohol Facts Week; alcohol addicted woman looking at whiskey in glass

What Is National Drug and Alcohol Facts Week?

Substance abuse and addiction are growing public health concerns with severe consequences for individuals, families, and communities living through a global crisis. To promote awareness and encourage an open dialogue about drug and alcohol use among young people, the National Institute on Drug Abuse (NIDA) launched National Drug & Alcohol Facts Week (NDAFW). This yearly,

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Addiction morality: Explore it from all sides

Addiction Morality: GateHouse Treatment Explores the Arguments from All Sides

Addiction morality: Is addiction simply an issue of lagging morality? When someone has no personal experience battling alcoholism or drug addiction, it can be challenging to see them as diseases rather than moral issues. Conversely, when you see others repeatedly fall short right before your eyes, regardless of how motivated they are to improve their

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Alcohol Abuse and Finance

Alcohol Abuse and Finance: 3 Destructive Spending Habits to Watch

According to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, alcohol abuse in the U.S. rose to almost a quarter trillion dollars in 2010. This cost amounts to an average of $2.05 per drink or about $807 per person. Since alcohol abuse has nearly doubled, the cost of alcohol problems has increased severely. In the same

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The Physical Allergy of Addiction and Alcoholism

Believe it or not, the physical allergy (one part of what makes up powerlessness and our disease) is one of my favorite topics ever.  I think that’s because of the experience I had when I first learned the true nature of it. My world changed forever. I finally understood what I had been suffering from.

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