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Symptoms of Alcohol Withdrawal

Symptoms of Alcohol Withdrawal

Alcoholism and alcohol abuse are two types of problems associated with consumption of alcohol. Indicators of alcoholism are seen when drinking causes serious disruptions in life, yet drinking is continued, and/or when a dependency upon alcohol is present. Alcohol abuse is when drinking leads to problems in work, home, personal relationships, and with the law. […]

Warning Signs of Alcoholism

Warning Signs of Alcoholism

Alcohol consumption has become an accepted pastime within many societies across the globe. Within the United States, occasions for drinking run the gamut in terms of types of environments and functions, some of which include- Anniversaries Birthdays Dinner parties Workplace functions With so many opportunities to partake in drinking, it’s no wonder signs of alcoholism so […]

Alcohol Abuse Among Teenagers

The teen years are a prime time for experimentation and the potential for substantial involvement in alcohol consumption.  In fact, studies show that most teens try their first drink of alcohol by the time they are 15 and that more than 30% of teens have at least tried drinking by the time they are 16.  […]

Withdrawal a Major Warning Sign of Alcoholism

Do you drink and then feel terrible the next day? Is your nighttime drinking plagued by morning shakes and tremors? These are common signs of alcohol withdrawal that may be mistaken for a hangover. Unfortunately, if you turn to alcohol in order to make these symptoms go away, you are placing yourself at an increased […]

Drinking Problems & Denial

Drinking problems are often plagued by denial. Those who abuse alcohol are quick to deny that they have a problem and likewise quick to make accusations on others. For the family members and loved ones of those who are addicted to alcohol, this denial becomes a common part of daily life and routines. Unfortunately, denial […]


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