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What is Alcohol Withdrawal +

What is Alcohol Withdrawal

What is Alcohol Withdrawal? It’s estimated by the National Institute on Alcohol Abuse and Alcoholism (NIAAA) that 87% of adults in the U.S. have had at least one alcoholic beverage. While moderate drinking may offer health benefits, binge drinking or heavy drinking can lead to life-long consequences. Alcohol abuse can have serious and life-threatening consequences

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Signs of Abuse: How to Tell if a Loved One is on Drugs +

Signs of Abuse: How to Tell if a Loved One is on Drugs

Signs of Abuse: How to Tell if a Loved One is on Drugs Drug and alcohol abuse impact millions of people across the United States every year. While some forms of abuse are obvious, many addicts are skilled at hiding the signs of their addiction. The following guide provides simple tips and tricks for determining

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Lifestyle Factors That Lead to Alcohol Abuse +

Lifestyle Factors That Lead to Alcohol Abuse

Lifestyle Factors That Lead to Alcohol Abuse Alcoholism is a disease that impacts millions of people across the United States. While alcoholism can be caused by a variety of hereditary factors, it can also be caused by an individual’s living environment. The following guide explores how different lifestyle factors can contribute to alcoholism. Alcohol, like

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What to do if Someone You Love Relapses +

What to do if Someone You Love Relapses

Drug Relapse | What to do Across the U.S, there are more than 20 million people who are fighting against substance abuse. Maybe your loved one is addicted to substance abuse, and you don’t know what to do when rehab has done its job, but the individual has relapsed. Substance addiction can cripple one’s life,

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Alarming Substance Abuse Statistics +

Alarming Substance Abuse Statistics

Substance Abuse Statistics Substance abuse is a more common problem than many people realize. Anyone can suffer from a drug or alcohol problem, including teachers, police officers, and teenagers. Addiction is not a sign of being weak-willed; it’s a disease that crosses every social-economic boundary to affect mothers, fathers, sons, daughters, and siblings. These substance

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Things To Know About America’s Opioid Epidemic +

Things To Know About America’s Opioid Epidemic

Opioid Epidemic Opioid addiction has become the most common drug addiction in the United States. According to the Centers for Disease Control (CDC), approximately 91 Americans per day die from an opioid overdose. Drug addiction used to be thought of as a providence of the inner-cities and lower-class. Though it has always been the truth,

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