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The Cost of Sober Living

Posted on: January 10, 2020 by in Articles
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When you hear the word 'cost,' you probably think about the monetary meaning. There has to be a set number following a dollar sign. Concerning sober living, there is a monetary meaning but there is also a meaning to the mental, emotional, and physical cost, as well. The Monetary Cost It’s known that alcohol use can take a large portion of an individual’s budget. However, that same budget can greatly improve an individual’s lifestyle when the budget of a recovering Continue Reading ...

The Dangers of Giving Up Alcohol Cold Turkey

Posted on: November 8, 2019 by in Articles
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Do you or a loved one have a problem with alcohol? You're not alone: 1 out of 12 Americans struggle with alcohol dependence. If you or your loved one have reached the point where you're ready to rid yourself of your alcohol dependency you may be considering quitting alcohol cold turkey. While your desire to give up your dependency on alcohol is a good thing, quitting cold turkey is not only a bad idea ­‑ it's dangerous. Alcohol Withdrawal If you have a dependency on Continue Reading ...

Alcoholism: How to Understand Effects and Rehabilitation

Posted on: August 9, 2019 by in Articles
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When is it Labeled as Alcoholism? Alcoholism is declared reliability on an alcoholic substance to continue daily living or to cope with stressors in one’s daily life. The National Institute of Alcohol Abuse and Alcoholism states that for women, it is recommended to consume only 3 drinks a day and 7 drinks in a week; whereas, for men, it is 4 drinks a day and 14 drinks a week. What are the Effects of Alcoholism? When it comes to alcohol, most know the short-term effects: impaired Continue Reading ...