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Tips To Stay Sober During The Holidays

The holiday season is commonly referred to as the most wonderful time of the year. However, for those in recovery, managing sobriety during the holidays can be challenging. Remember, there are several ways to enjoy celebrating the holidays with friends and family while staying sober. If you find yourself struggling in the coming months, rest…

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3 Signs of Alcoholism in a Loved One

The middle and end stages of an alcohol use disorder are difficult to hide. They present unique signs of alcoholism that those around the person suffering from the disease can see. It’s up to you to use this information for the sufferer’s benefit. Three symptoms generally stand out for someone dealing with the late stages…

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Is Alcoholism Genetic?

Does a family history of alcohol abuse put you at risk of following suit? Is alcoholism genetic or can it happen to anyone? If you’re struggling with addiction right now, you might be asking for the reasons why. In fact, there’s a variety of possibilities. Is Alcoholism Genetic? To be clear, so far, scientists haven’t…

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Am I an Alcoholic?

Cultures around the world accept social drinking. This acceptance, however, could be why people overlook the signs of alcohol use disorder. Even when people wonder, “Am I an alcoholic?” they may rationalize or deny that they have a problem. Learning the signs of alcohol use disorder might help you decide to get treatment. Am I…

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Alcohol Withdrawal Symptoms

Once you have decided to begin your journey to recovery, you’ll need to end your dependence on alcohol. The best way to do that is through detox. Detox will kick start your alcohol withdrawal and the related symptoms. Learn what to expect from withdrawal and how to proceed once the symptoms are gone. Withdrawal Timeline:…