Addiction Recovery Tips


What Really Happens To Your Body When You Stop Drinking Alcohol?

There are plenty of reasons to quit drinking alcohol. Perhaps you can’t party as hard as you once did, maybe you’ve developed a beer belly, or maybe your drinking is starting to get out of hand. “Hey look, if I was drunk, would I be able to do this?” Whatever your circumstances

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Why Do Some People Become Alcoholics?

Drinking on a Tuesday morning DOESN’T MAKE you an alcoholic, but science is working on understanding the thing that does. Hey everyone! Trace here for DNews. Alcoholism is a downer of a topic, but it’s important to understand how addiction is formed and reinforced. As we’ve learned

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How to Detect the Signs & Symptoms of Alcohol Poisoning

How to Detect the Signs and Symptoms of Alcohol Poisoning. Alcohol poisoning affects breathing and gag reflex functions. Learn the signs that indicate when to call a doctor, and you could save a life. You will need Knowledge of the symptoms and prompt medical attention. Step 1. Take note if the victim

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Top Binge Drinking Country Is Ireland, #2 Will Surprise You

The World Health Organization did a study to see where the world’s binge drinkers live and the results are actually very very surprising so let’s take a look at the very first graph it looks at the percentage drinkers that binge at least once a week at the top of that list you’ll

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How Long Is Inpatient Rehab for Alcohol Addiction?

I have to wonder if people are looking at a 30 day program, what’s the time frame? What’s the sense of urgency? What does this mean for you, and your longterm recovery if you’re only giving it 30 days? My history with alcohol started – you know, I grew up around it. I had a father that

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Update Giving up Alcohol

Hi it’s Aly here it seemed fitting to do a quick update on my life choice no longer drinking alcohol did put up a few videos when it first came out a month and a little bit in now and feeling fabulous and I can’t believe I’ve left it nearly fifty to actually stop drinking and I wish

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Elizabeth Epstein – Cognitive Behavioral Treatments for Alcohol Dependent Women

(music playing) Elizabeth Epstein: Since 1989, I’ve pretty much been focusing on developing what we call cognitive behavioral treatments for alcohol use disorders. My colleague, Barbara McCrady and I have been working on developing cognitive behavioral treatments specifically for alcohol dependent

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