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Healthy or Living with the Disease?

Written on: March 31st, 2009 By:

Drugs and alcohol can give you another sense of your life and make you feel more confident at this point. You are not to blame for what you did, it’s your life. But prevention is better option than treatment, so think. You can choose to live in the area healthy or living with the disease? […]

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Alcoholism

Written on: March 30th, 2009 By:

Alcoholism Alcoholism is typically used interchangeably with alcohol dependency and alcohol abuse. Alcohol abuse typically leads to alcohol dependency, which is the precursor to alcoholism. Alcoholism is characterized by a set of addictive behavior patterns that are persisted in over time in spite of increasingly negative consequences. Alcoholism is a chronic, progressive disease that is […]

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Alcohol Dependency

Written on: March 30th, 2009 By:

Alcohol Dependency Alcohol dependency is typically used interchangeably with alcohol abuse and alcoholism. Alcohol dependency is established when a person suffers withdrawal symptoms when he or she quits drinking. Withdrawal symptoms can range from mild to severe depending upon the stage of dependency a person has reached. The difference between alcohol dependency and alcoholism is […]

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Alcohol Abuse

Written on: March 30th, 2009 By:

Alcohol Abuse Alcohol abuse frequently occurs in response to stressful or traumatic life events. People who abuse alcohol are typically trying to numb or escape painful emotions that arise as a result of numerous situations. These may include the loss of a loved one whether by break-up or death, family illness, abuse whether verbal, emotional […]

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Food Addiction Become Very Real Problem

Written on: March 27th, 2009 By:

We have an epidemic of obesity in the US and it is getting worse by the day. For the first time in history we are seeing an increase the levels of Type 2 Diabetes in teenagers. Type 2 can be directly linked to lifestyle although there are some genetic aspects at play. So the question […]

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Drug Rehab – Depending on Where you Live

Written on: March 26th, 2009 By:

Drug Rehab – Depending on Where you Live!! Whether its true? Probably I will say Yes. Depending on where you live and how into drugs you are will depend on what type of drug rehabs you will want to look into. Every rehab may be a little different. They will vary on price as well […]

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Achive Long Term Sobriety

Written on: March 25th, 2009 By:

To Achive long term sobriety: These the three things will help you, Passionate living – you have to be excited about living life sober or you will return to drinking some day. Purpose – you need purpose in order to stay focused. For many, this will center on helping other recovering alcoholics in some way. […]

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Effects of Alcohol Addiction

Written on: March 24th, 2009 By:

Your alcohol or drug addiction has taken control of you and you have lost sight of who you truly are. Your family doesn’t recognize that person you’ve become. Forsaking them for the drugs and alcohol, you have chosen people that feed your addiction. Misery loves company, and people who abuse drugs and alcohol flock together. […]

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Attributed to Alcohol Abuse and Dependence

Written on: March 23rd, 2009 By:

Alcohol addiction is a huge problem, this affects people completely. While alcoholism and alcohol abuse continue to rise, the percentage of individuals receiving any type of addiction treatment is small and declining. Perhaps this finding is most alarming because of not only the magnitude of alcohol abuse in our society but also because of the […]

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Alcohol Rehab and Physical Fitness

Written on: March 20th, 2009 By:

Alcohol Rehab and Physical Fitness Addiction or abuse of alcohol can be difficult to overcome. By the time most people consider alcohol rehab, their whole lives have revolved around alcohol and the consequences of alcohol.  Alcohol rehab at SouthCoast Recovery is an ideal place to take 30, 60 or 90 days in a safe environment […]

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