How Your Body Processes Alcohol Anyone who has ever drank a glass of alcohol knows that after some time and a few more drinks, you begin to feel different. Your body feels more relaxed, you might get a little gigglier and go out of your way to talk to someone across the bar. Just how … Continued
Alcohol-Linked Diseases Many people only focus on the short-term consequences of drinking alcohol, such as pain from a hangover or getting arrested from risky actions resulting from intoxication. It is very true that drunken stumbling nights put you at risk for injuring yourself and others, especially if you choose to operate a vehicle. However, the … Continued
You Don’t Have to Drink on Cinco de Mayo Americans have turned several dates on the calendar, like Cinco de Mayo, into “drinking holidays.” On these days, many decide to become intoxicated. Bars across the country are filled, as are streets in busy downtowns. Unfortunately, for those in sobriety, these celebrations can serve as triggers … Continued
Nursing Home Alcoholism Alcohol isn’t just consumed by the young. Senior citizens drink too, and sometimes too much. Growing towards old age brings about a lot of changes, and for some, a lot of sorrow. Many senior citizens don’t have the connections between family and friends as they once used to. Many in the nursing … Continued
The History of the Legal Drinking Age America is known as a nation that is obsessed with drinking. Perhaps consuming so much alcohol is American’s response to the strict laws we have to follow which once was a free for all. However, back before the 18th amendment was passed, which started the Prohibition era, there … Continued
What Are The Deadliest States To Drink In? Intoxication from alcohol can make you confident, giddy, like you’re on top of the world. Alcohol can also influence lack of judgement, engagement in risky behaviors, and committing serious crimes. All over the U.S., there are deadly accidents, high crime rates, and life-changing arrests all due to … Continued
College graduation is a month away, and there are so many things left to worry about. Do I have the career I want? How will life be like on my own in a new job? Will I get to see my friends as much? Will I still have fun in the adult world? Sometimes the … Continued
Talking with an alcoholic spouse can be one of the hardest things to attempt. There is no right time to do it, but it’s best to sit them down before they take their first drink of the day. If you try to argue or confront your spouse when they are intoxicated, even slightly, anger might … Continued
The Problem With Impaired Drivers Driving while under the influence of alcohol or drugs is an incredibly dangerous activity that can easily result in serious bodily injury and even death. However, being a passenger in a car driven by someone under the influence is equally hazardous. When someone allows an intoxicated person to drive them, … Continued
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