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Stress, Sobriety and the Holidays

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How to Navigate Stress, Sobriety and the Holidays The holidays are a time of festivity and celebration, times when families come together and friends make plans for the new year. However, it is also a time where many celebrate with the use of alcohol. Wine, beer, and liquor have become somewhat of a center piece … Continued
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10 Celebrity Alcohol Recovery Stories

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Celebrating Celebrity Alcohol Recovery Stories Celebrities influence media and fans, but are exposed with unique stressors of fame, As a result, some turn to drugs and alcohol to nurse insecurities an anxieties this lifestyle causes. Below are inspiring stories of 10 individuals who have committed to a life of sobriety and are now celebrating their … Continued
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Socioeconomic Status and Alcohol Use

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How Socioeconomic Status and Alcohol Use Are Related Alcohol is one of the leading causes of death in America, and alcohol use is very closely related to socioeconomic status (SES). The relationship between socioeconomic status and alcohol consumption takes the shape of an inverted bell curve; high SES and alcohol use peaks highly on one … Continued
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Anxiety, Exams, and College Drinking

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Can Drinking Make You Fail Your Exams? The prevalence of alcohol abuse among college students is not a new story. While non-students of the same age drink alcohol more regularly, college students drink much larger amounts when they do drink. These days, approximately 20% of university students meet the criteria for an alcohol use disorder … Continued
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Planning Life After Rehab

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Prepare Yourself For Sobriety By Planning Life After Rehab Planning life after rehab is a highly critical step in achieving long-term sobriety. Despite patients’ rehab experience of medically-assisted detox, continued support, and counseling to discourage relapse, it can, and often does, occur. 40% to 60% of recovering alcoholics may relapse in 6 months. These numbers … Continued
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Alcohol and Opioids: A Deadly Combination

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Mixing Alcohol and Opioids Prescription painkillers are some of the most commonly abused substances in the US, and opioids are the most commonly abused prescription painkillers. The effects that opioids have on the body as a central nervous system depressants or “downer,” is strikingly similar to that of alcohol. An increasing number of Americans are … Continued
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Is Moderate Drinking Bad for Your Health?

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Even Moderate Drinking Can Be Risky Since the end of Prohibition nearly a century ago, popular culture has advanced the belief that, while heavy drinking is bad for your health, moderate drinking is, conversely, beneficial. For years, studies have publicized health benefits like lowered risk for heart disease and longer life expectancy. However, a 2016 … Continued
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Alcohol and Child Abuse

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The Relationship Between Alcohol and Child Abuse There is a clear connection between excessive alcohol consumption and violent and/or criminal behavior. Evidence of the relationship between the two dates back as far as the 4th century BC. Recently, researchers have clarified alcohol’s relation to violence, fueled by severely inhibited decision-making. In the US, about a third … Continued
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5 Symptoms Of Alcoholic Hepatitis To Watch Out For

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The Danger of Alcoholic Hepatitis Though individuals may feel the immediate effects of alcohol most strongly, the harshest consequences can take place in the liver. One of the most fatal, yet slow-progressing, diseases is alcoholic hepatitis. Who Is at Risk of Alcoholic Hepatitis? Alcoholic hepatitis (AH) is inflammation of the liver caused by the repeated … Continued

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