The Dangers Of Drinking Mouthwash To Get Drunk

December 13th, 2017 The Dangers Of Drinking Mouthwash To Get Drunk

Some mouthwash products contain more than 20 percent alcohol, which is the equivalent of 40-proof liquor in the United States. Many mouthwash solutions also contain hydrogen peroxide and methyl alcohol, which are toxic to ingest. Mouthwash is designed to be spit out rather than swallowed, and ingesting even a small amount can be seriously dangerous. […]

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Dual Diagnosis Alcohol Treatment Programs

December 8th, 2017 Dual Diagnosis Alcohol Treatment Programs

Problems associated with alcohol abuse can be worsened when a person suffers from a dual diagnosis—a mental health disorder and alcohol use disorder. Some of the most common mental disorders that occur with alcohol use disorders are depression, anxiety, bipolar, and antisocial personality. What Is A Dual Diagnosis? Dual diagnosis is the coexistence of a […]

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Is There A Cure For Alcoholism?

December 7th, 2017 Is There A Cure For Alcoholism_

People suffering from alcoholism may feel trapped in their addiction. Although a cure may not always be possible, alcoholism can be treated as a chronic illness, which allows a person to carry on with a full and sober life. Finding The Cure For Alcoholism There is a cure for alcoholism—if the cure is learning to […]

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Can I Bring My Cell Phone To An Alcohol Rehab Center?

December 1st, 2017 Can I Bring My Cell Phone To An Alcohol Treatment Center_

About 95 percent of Americans own cell phones, according to a survey conducted by the Pew Research Center. It is a common question among individuals considering rehab if they will be able to bring their cell phone with them. Role of Cell Phones In Alcohol Treatment The “need for freedom and autonomy” is a common […]

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Teenage Alcohol Abuse Statistics

November 27th, 2017 Teenage Alcohol Abuse Statistics

Teenagers are responsible for approximately 11 percent of the alcohol consumed in the United States. Receiving treatment for alcohol abuse at a young age can increase the likelihood of long-term sobriety. What Is Teenage Alcohol Abuse? Alcohol abuse is defined as the habitual misuse of alcohol, or drinking to excess. Alcohol abuse is also a […]

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Does Binge Drinking Lead To Alcoholism?

November 22nd, 2017 Does Binge Drinking Lead To Alcoholism-

Binge drinking, a form of alcohol abuse, is a dangerous practice which can lead to alcoholism. A medically-supervised detoxification program and inpatient drug rehab can help you to regain a sober life. Binge drinking may not occur on a daily basis, but, over time, these patterns can lead to alcoholism. Voluntarily having one drink, or […]

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How Does Alcohol Abuse Affect The Pancreas?

November 21st, 2017 Pancreas Alcohol Abuse_

Approximately, two-thirds of chronic pancreatitis (non-stop inflammation) cases occur in people who have a history of heavy drinking. There has been significant findings that show heavy alcohol use as being a trigger for acute pancreatitis. What is Alcohol Abuse? Alcohol abuse is a major health concern in the United States. About 27 percent of people […]

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Can Binge Drinking Damage Your Liver?

November 20th, 2017 Can Binge Drinking Damage Your Liver-

With one in six adults consuming an average of eight drinks per binge, about four times per month, binge drinking is a public health problem in the United States. Binge drinking can result in cirrhosis, hepatitis, liver disease, and fatty liver. There’s hope for those who can’t quit alcohol, or drink in moderation, and there […]

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Does Binge Drinking Lead To Depression?

November 14th, 2017 Binge Drinking Depression_

A lot of people turn to alcohol to relieve stress, or drown their sorrows, but what if drinking alcohol actually had the opposite effect? What if binge drinking, though intended for fun, is actually contributing to depression? If someone you care about drinks too much, there’s hope to help them quit, and with the right […]

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The Dangers Of Abusing Alcohol With Xanax

November 13th, 2017 The Dangers Of Abusing Alcohol With Xanax

There is no doubt about it – alcohol is the most abused and addictive substance in the United States. According to the National Counsel on Alcoholism and Drug Dependence, 1 in 12 adults, or 17.6 million people, have once suffered from either alcohol abuse or alcohol dependence. Now, consider the problem of prescription drug misuse […]

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