Category : Alchohol Addiction

Alcoholics: When Did the Fun End?

Properly defining if a person is an alcoholic is no easy task. There are several factors you have to consider, some of them hidden from view. One person could be calmly sipping a mojito on a bar corner. Another could be downing his or her third can of beer. Are they both alcoholics? Yes and… read more

Readmore...

Is Alcoholism A Disease | Okeechobee

In the last few years of the 19th century and the first few of the 20th century, society viewed addicts as committing a moral wrong and are often shunned as bad people or sinners. A lot of physicians, because of this, fought to change the misconceptions of society to help addicts instead of shaming and… read more

Readmore...

High-Functioning Alcoholic: The Issues Will Come Out Eventually

Most of the time, the world “alcohol” paints a picture of a person whose life is in complete disarray because of drinking too much. However, not all alcoholics may be categorized into such a stereotype. There is, in fact, another kind of alcoholic known as high-functioning alcoholics. High-functioning alcoholics often appear to have everything going… read more

Readmore...

Am I an Alcoholic? How to Know if You Are Suffering from Alcoholism

The first step in fixing any problem is identifying it. Sometimes people just don’t recognize a problem even if it is staring them in the face. And so it’s no surprise that people who are abusing alcohol don’t even know that they are doing it. It becomes especially confusing when heavy drinking is associated with… read more

Readmore...

What is Alcoholism: Everything You Need to Know

Alcohol is viewed so casually by this modern-day society that people tend to forget the huge risk that comes with drinking it regularly: alcoholism. In fact, alcoholism is so often portrayed on television, particularly in sitcoms, as a reliable source of jokes. Alcoholic characters are seen as clumsy and bumbling—and we laugh at their inability… read more

Readmore...

“What is a High Functioning Alcoholic?”

Social drinking is widely practiced because many people turn to alcohol when they’re feeling stressed. A co-worker may ask you to drink with him if he’s having troubles in the office. A friend may seek relationship advice over a few beers. Unfortunately, many people don’t recognize the fine line between social drinking and alcohol abuse.… read more

Readmore...

How to “Deal” with an Alcoholic

Alcoholism is very difficult to deal with. Once a person develops dependence, it’s nearly impossible to get it out of their system without rehabilitation and detoxification. Withdrawal symptoms will keep you from simply putting down the bottle. If you’re struggling with alcoholism, you know it’s a disease. It’s not something you can control. You need… read more

Readmore...

Beyond Casual Drinking: How to Know if You’re an Alcoholic

Many people enjoy having a drink with their friends, coworkers, and even relatives (do in laws count?). But rarely do they notice the fine line between casual drinking and alcoholism. There are people who suffer from alcoholism who don’t even know it. That’s because they don’t fit the alcoholic stereotype that’s often portrayed in media… read more

Readmore...

Alcoholism in Movies: How Hollywood Depicts the Harsh Realities of the Condition

Hollywood movies may be fictional, but the lessons behind their stories offer insights on things that happen in reality. Sometimes, these messages have an effect on the public’s perception toward important topics. Let’s take alcoholism for example. The use of alcohol is regularly portrayed in various films of all genres. Because of this, many viewers… read more

Readmore...

Search the blog



Latest posts

Apr 2, 2018
My take on Trump’s plan for Opioid crisis

In March 2018, President Donald Trump unveiled his plan for dealing with the opioid crisis. Like his predecessor, he began his campaign with a study to examine the extent of the problem. President Trump is quoted as saying, “Failure is not an option. Addiction is not our future.” Trump’s Plan for Opioid Crisis In a… read more

Mar 31, 2018
Opioid Crisis – Answers to Common Questions about Opioid Overdose/ Opioid Rehab/ Opiate detox

The opioid crisis plaguing the United States is one that’s ever-growing.  In 2016, 20,101 overdose deaths were caused from heroin or other opiate-induced drug. Unfortunately, it’s an issue that hasn’t shown any signs of slowing down and a solution is desperately needed.  Despite funding attempts and public awareness campaigns about the opiate epidemic, numbers still… read more

Mar 28, 2018
Naloxone Benefits – First Responders Spending More Money on Life-Saving Antidote

What are the Naloxone benefits? A medication used to stop and reverse opioid overdose is soaring in price and is costing south Florida counties more money than ever before.  Used by first responders that arrive to the scenes of victims who overdosed on heroin or other opiate-induced drugs; Naloxone is a vitally important medication that… read more

Need Help Now? Please call our 24 hour hotline
(863) 623-4923

Request a Free Call Today

Privacy Guaranteed