Category : Alchohol Addiction

Natural Cures for Alcohol Abuse: Dietary Changes, Supplements and Vitamins are Key

Alcohol abuse can manifest itself in many variations and degree of severity. It can be the case of the person who only drinks socially, but to excess each time. It can be the person who starts drinking as soon as they wake up in order to “settle their nerves.” Or it can be the person… read more

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Withdrawal Treatment for Alcoholism: Methods of Treating Alcoholism Withdrawal Symptoms

Alcoholism is a deadly disease that has claimed many lives and ruptured several happy homes. Liver disease and domestic violence are two of the most common results of alcoholism. When an alcoholic decides to quit drinking, his body must adjust to the change. This process is known as detoxification, where an alcoholic undergoes a series… read more

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Treatment for Alcoholics: Drug, Behavioral, and Supportive Treatments for Alcoholism

The Center for Disease Control and Prevention states that there are 22,073 reported alcohol-induced deaths (not including homicides and accidents) in the United States. It is clear that alcoholism is a societal and personal problem; one that can be treated by utilizing a variety of treatment methods. Detoxification Treatment for Alcoholics In Florida Detoxification is… read more

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Natural Treatments for Alcoholism: Alcohol Addiction Recovery

Certain herbs, self help techniques, and other alternative approaches are effective treatments for alcoholism. A growing body of research is supporting the use of natural methods to help curb the cravings for drinks and minimize withdrawal symptoms. However, these alternative options should be used in combination with other treatments such as counseling and group therapy.… read more

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Can You Die From Alcohol Withdrawal-Detox?

Can Alcohol Detox Kill You? While many people are at least somewhat familiar with the dangers and difficulty of withdrawing from heroin and cocaine, the truth is alcohol detox and withdrawal can also be dangerous. Alcohol withdrawal can lead to a range of symptoms that may begin as early as two hours after the last… read more

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8 Signs Of Alcoholism. How To Tell If You Are An Alcoholic.

No one wants to admit they are an alcoholic. Many people aren’t aware they have a problem until their lives fall apart. If you’re worried about whether or not your drinking has become a problem, there are some warning signs to look for. 1. Hiding Your Drinking Alcoholics tend to hide how much they are… read more

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Alcohol Detox : Evaluation and Treatment

The goals of alcohol detoxification is to: 1. Diagnose and treat symptoms of alcohol withdrawal 2. To prevent serious events (seizures, delirium tremens, or death) 3. Bridge patients to psychosocial treatment for maintaining long-term recovery. Mild alcohol withdrawal syndrome presents when excessive alcohol drinking occurs for even one week. Withdrawal symptoms in the early phase… read more

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Fighting Opioid Battle on Two Fronts

The Boston Globe recently published an article breaking down the dynamic and complex nature fueling the nation’s increase in opioid and opiate outbreaks. The article explains how the blanket term, opioid is a euphemism obscuring the true plight at hand. The reality is Americans are being attacked on two fronts one from the deadly drug… read more

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