addiction


Alcohol – Britain’s Most Harmful Drug | Drugs Map of Britain

PHONE RINGS Alcohol delivery. You just called us? Is that you trying to work out my alcohol? It?s fucking lovely. Cos alcohol?s my best friend. Do you want to get yourself arrested? Go on, then, arrest me. Do you know how drunk you are? Fuck off. I?m not going to accept read more


Everything you think you know about addiction is wrong | Johann Hari

Translator: Hanen Manaa checker: Allam Zedan one of the old memories are two attempts to awaken one of my relatives, but I could not so. I was then a small child, so I did not understand what you happen but when I grew up, I realized that my family suffers from drug addiction. Including read more


How To Tell If Someone Is An Alcohol Abuser

Joe G.: One way you can tell if someone is an alcoholic is if the amount of alcohol increases and they have a higher tolerance for it. They drink larger amounts of alcohol where an average person would definitely be under the influence. Jason B.: Whenever you want to drink alone, at read more


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 read more


The Consequences of Alcohol Abuse

I would say depression is probably one of the most pronounced symptoms. The only one that is probably near that is the anxiety. Like I said, probably the most pronounced part of the depression; once I realized I was drinking too much and even putting my life at risk with use of hard read more


Dry vs Sober: Exploring the Dry Drunk Syndrome

Gayle: What detox does, is it gets the drug out of your system so that you?re not being influenced by a mood-altering drug any longer; but that?s not the problem. The problem is not really the alcohol, the problem is alcohol, or drugs, have been the solution. Jen: There?s read more


Pam’s Recovery Story: Family or Alcohol

My name is Pam, and I struggled with Alcohol for over three years. I got to a low point where I was faced with losing my family. Initially, when I was a social drinker and somewhat controlled, it was fun. You know, it?s a social lubricant, we had a great time, but as I got deeper read more