Tag: <span>Alcohol Withdrawal</span>

Amazing Health Benefits of Quitting Alcohol That’ll Make You Want to Get Sober
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Amazing Health Benefits of Quitting Alcohol That’ll Make You Want to Get Sober

Contrary to what previous studies have touted, it turns out no amount of alcohol is good for us after all. While many researchers have attempted to justify our society’s preoccupation with alcohol consumption, the simple fact is that quitting altogether is the best course of action.  Though this applies for even casual drinkers, the benefits of quitting...

What to Expect from Drug Withdrawal
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What to Expect from Drug Withdrawal

With drug abuse on the rise, the number of Americans seeking rehab has increased. While rehab is an excellent choice for anyone looking to break the cycle of addiction, the process isn’t fun and games. There are side effects one should be prepared for when facing the prospect of drug withdrawal. Some symptoms of withdrawal are nearly...

Drinking Problem: What is Withdrawal Like?
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Drinking Problem: What is Withdrawal Like?

Approximately 15.1 million adults in the United States currently suffer from alcohol addiction and abuse. Of all these people struggling with drinking problems, only about 6.7 percent of them actually get help. Some people never get help because they don’t realize they have a problem. Others are afraid of what will happen when they stop drinking. If...

Breaking Your Bond With the Bottle: An Alcohol Withdrawal Timeline
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Breaking Your Bond With the Bottle: An Alcohol Withdrawal Timeline

15.1 million people in the US struggle with an alcohol disorder. If you grapple with substance addiction, you are not alone. Millions of Americans wrestle with the negative effects of alcohol on their thinking, health, and relationships. Yet many overcome their battle and experience untold benefits. A renewed sense of well-being, restored relationships, and improved financial...

Why is Overdose Awareness Day Important?
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Why is Overdose Awareness Day Important?

International Overdose Awareness Day (IOAD) is a global event held on August 31st each year and aims to raise awareness of substance overdose and reduce the stigma of a drug-related death. It also acknowledges the grief felt by families and friends remembering those who have met with death or permanent injury as a result of...

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