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The Dangers Of Drinking Isopropyl (Rubbing) Alcohol

March 10th, 2017 Dangers Of Drinking Isopropyl (Rubbing) Alcohol_

For many people, it may be hard to understand why anyone would drink something we use to sterilize wounds. If you heard someone you know had drank isopropyl (rubbing) alcohol, you might think it was a mistake. While small children might drink isopropyl alcohol by accident, mistaking it for water, some youth and even adults […]

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Does Alcohol Addiction Cause Mental Illness?

February 20th, 2017 Does Alcohol Addiction Cause Mental Illness_

Mental illness, associated with alcohol addiction, may be dependent on the symptoms prior to the alcohol consumption and/or occur directly because of it. Having knowledge of the patient’s family history, gender, and the length of illness helps bring an understanding to the diagnosis. Alcohol-induced mental illness is due to neurotransmitters being affected and/or the hormonal […]

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The Dangers of Alcohol Abuse After A Gastric Bypass

February 16th, 2017 Dangers of Alcohol Abuse after a Gastric Bypass_

While some claim it to be a miracle, more research is finding gastric bypass surgery as something to be a bit wary of. Alcohol affects the bloodstream at a much faster rate due to a decreased amount of the stomach lining due to surgery and an enzyme called alcohol dehydrogenase which is produced in this […]

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Self-Medicating With Alcohol

February 14th, 2017 Self-Medicating With Alcohol

Self care is practiced by millions of people each year, and often involves self-medication. People who engage in self-medication may administer over-the-counter drugs or other medications in order to heal or relieve a number of symptoms. Self-medication helps people to save time or money by treating themselves for minor ailments instead of seeing a physician […]

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Organ Damage From Alcohol Use And Abuse

February 6th, 2017 Organ Damage From Alcohol Use And Abuse

Drinking alcohol brings a person a feeling of ease and comfort, or as the big book of Alcoholics Anonymous describes it, “a frothy emotional appeal.” Drinking booze can seem like it takes away all the cares in the world, right? Something you may want to think about before downing the next drink is that it […]

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Heart Damage from Alcohol Abuse

January 30th, 2017 Heart Damage from Alcohol Abuse

Drinking alcoholic beverages has been glamorized in American culture, and nowadays alcohol is practically everywhere you look. Whether you’re checking out at the grocery store and see a new brand of liquor, watching television advertisements for alcoholic beverages, or driving down the Interstate to see a billboard with an attractive couple laughing – with a […]

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Dangers Of Abusing Alcohol With Crack Cocaine

January 23rd, 2017 Dangers Of Abusing Alcohol With Crack Cocaine

Polydrug abuse, the practice of abusing two substances at once, most commonly in an attempt to enhance the high or decrease an unpleasant side effect of one of the drugs, is quite prevalent within circles of drug abuse and addiction. This practice is not without risks—instead of your brain and body being assaulted by a […]

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How Long Does Alcohol Stay In Your Blood?

January 20th, 2017 How Long Does Alcohol Stay In Your Blood_

Why is it important to know how long alcohol stays in your blood? There are several reasons. For people who drink on occasion, such as while enjoying a night out, they may be interested to know how long alcohol stays in the blood so they know when it is safe to drive. It is also […]

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The Difference Between Alcohol Abuse and Alcohol Dependence

January 16th, 2017 The Difference Between Alcohol Abuse and Alcohol Dependence

Alcohol abuse and alcohol dependency are two destructive lifestyle patterns that often are interlinked, but can in fact have very different characteristics from one another. Someone who abuses alcohol may not be physically addicted to it, but this can quickly change if the person is habitually abusing, essentially creating a cause-and-effect relationship between abuse and […]

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Joint Pain And Muscle Pain From Alcohol Abuse

January 11th, 2017 Joint Pain And Muscle Pain From Alcohol Abuse_

Whether stemming from injury, disease, or drug and alcohol use or abuse, alcohol can be the primary factor of joint pain or an exacerbating contributor. Any discussion about the relationship between joint pain—technically called “arthralgia”—and alcohol use must begin with a brief primer of the myriad causes of joint pain itself. Among the causes of […]

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