Alcohol withdrawal is characterized by physical and psychological symptoms such as difficulty thinking, depression, mood swings, or (in severe cases) seizures and delerium. Learn more about alcohol withdrawal symptoms here.
In the cycle of a co-addictive relationship, anger is an appropriate response but it should be directed at the right person. More on co-addiction and relationships here.
Alcohol addiction ruins lives and causes financial stress. Getting help for alcohol addiction is the first and a necessary step to recovery. Read on to find out how you can get help for your addiction or you can help someone that you care about.
Alcohol withdrawal can present both psychological and physical withdrawal symptoms. This is why it is safest to withdraw from alcohol under medical supervision. More on how to withdraw from alcohol here.
Yes, you can drink alcohol after exercise. Should you? Not really. Learn the facts about how alcohol gets processed in your body and why alcohol goes against exercise goals here.
Are you addicted to addiction? Learn more about co-addiction and how to stop being addicted to the addict here.
Aftercare for drug addiction treatment fills the gap between residential rehab and long term abstinence from drugs or alcohol. Aftercare includes residential programs, daycare, addiction counseling, support group attendance, and halfway house referrals. More on addiction aftercare services here.
What are the effects of mixing buprenorphine and alcohol? Can you overdose or die? Mixing buprenorphine with alcohol and its possible harms here.
Yes, addiction can be overcome. But you must abstain from your drug of choice. Does this sound impossible? Weigh in here.
You should leave an addict or alcoholic partner any time abuse occurs, they get high in front of your or your children, or they don’t come home. But it’s easier said than done. More on leaving an addictive relationship here.