ALCOHOL ADDICTION

Sue Birkenshaw in Alcohol Addiction
August 26, 2018

How to Help a Friend Who Has a Drug or Alcohol Addiction

The first thing that you need to know about helping a friend who is a drug addict or alcoholic is that you should not wait. The longer that you postpone taking action to help your friend, the harder it may be for him or her to quit.

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Karen in Alcohol Addiction
August 9, 2018

Heavy Drinking is Killing More Americans… Especially More Young Adults

A 2018 study revealed that heavy alcohol consumption resulting in liver damage is killing an increasing number of Americans. Deaths among young adults are growing the fastest.

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How Can You Help Someone With a Drinking Problem?

In this country, there are millions of individuals struggling with a drinking problem, and many more family members and other loved ones trying to help them. If you are in this situation, you are definitely not alone.

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Where Does the Need for Alcohol Abuse Rehab Start?

For some young people, the need for alcohol abuse rehab starts with the very first drink. They never really leave liquor or alcohol alone after that. They continue to drink and most of them will add other drugs to the mix.

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Parties and Overuse of Alcohol

Underage parties and heavy drinking sets many young people up to need alcohol rehab There’s two easy ways to find out how much drinking is going on among college students, most of whom are underage.

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Sue Birkenshaw in Alcohol Addiction
February 20, 2018

Two Signs You May be Addicted to Alcohol

How can one judge whether or not alcoholism exists? There are two important factors that really count when you are judging if you are dealing with alcoholism.

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Sue Birkenshaw in Alcohol Addiction
November 24, 2014

Alcohol-related Drownings – Preventable Deaths

Picture a group of young men or women going out on a winter’s evening. They’re going to have dinner and then hang out at a bar for a while. Maybe there’s a lot of people they know at the bar and they stay longer than they planned. There’s a lot of alcohol flowing.

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Sue Birkenshaw in Alcohol Addiction
March 12, 2014

The Dangerous Drinking Game: Neknominate

Have you heard of neknominate? Have you been neknominated yet? You may have no idea what that word means, but there is a good chance that your kids do.

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Sue Birkenshaw in Alcohol Addiction
January 31, 2013

Alcoholism as a Great Equalizer

Excess and lengthy alcohol consumption can turn into alcoholism and can destroy or kill, no matter how rich or poor, no matter what color or creed, no matter how educated or primitive. If you need help with alcoholism, contact a Narconon alcohol rehab center today.

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Sue Birkenshaw in Alcohol Addiction
August 10, 2012

It’s No Surprise that Drug Use Goes Up as Jobs Go Away

Reports from Florida show that when economic stresses mount related to unemployment, more people may be reaching for a pill. Particularly, in this region, OxyContin is often obtained illicitly, as from a drug dealer or by theft. Or it could be obtained by doctor shopping or prescription fraud.

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