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6 Tips to Staying Sober

After you successfully finish a women’s alcohol rehab program in Florida, it’s time to go back home. Even though you feel proud of your accomplishment, it’s normal to feel anxious about staying sober. Relapse can happen, so take advantage of aftercare programs at your alcohol rehab in Florida. Life skills courses help you transition from…

Facts About Alcoholic Dementia

Facts About Alcoholic Dementia

Alcohol is a dangerous, addictive substance that is nonetheless legal and socially acceptable in America. Alcohol consumption is often associated with holidays, major life events like weddings, or recreational events like sporting events and parties. It can cause tremendous harm to the body, despite its prevalence in society. While there are a number of symptoms…

How to Help Your Spouse Stop Drinking

How to Help Your Spouse Stop Drinking

You’ve nagged, begged, and argued. Your spouse still has a drinking problem. Do you want to know how to help your spouse stop drinking? Interestingly, many of the techniques can start with you. If you’re wondering how to help your spouse quit drinking, then explore what Beaches Recovery has to offer. Our abstinence-based addiction treatment…

social drinking vs alcoholism

The Difference Between Social Drinking vs Alcoholism

Culturally in the United States, alcohol is everywhere. It is a stable of small and large parties, wedding celebrations, tailgating events, and other sports viewing. Because it is legal and ubiquitous, it can be a challenge recognizing when you, someone you know, or someone you care about is abusing alcohol. Many people can recognize when…

Alcohol Detox Symptoms

When you become addicted to alcohol, you need to drink to prevent alcohol detox symptoms. Sometimes, severe complications can arise from withdrawal symptoms, and without professional support to monitor and assist, these complications can be fatal. Although it’s one of the rarest alcohol detox symptoms, delirium tremors can result in seizures, hallucinations, and death. This…

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What Is An Alcoholic?

Professionals refer to someone struggling with alcohol dependence or addiction as suffering from an alcohol use disorder. An alcoholic in the vernacular is a way people refer to those who drink to excess repeatedly.  An alcoholic is an outdated and colloquial term for someone with an AUD. Normally, the term is now used to self-declare…

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Have a Sober Fourth of July

Being in recovery from a substance use disorder (an addiction to drugs or alcohol) can make many events challenging to manage. However, it’s not impossible to enjoy social events while still managing one’s recovery. You can say for sure that holidays are equal parts fun and stress even in the best of times. If you…

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5 Signs of Alcohol Intolerance

If you have ever had a few drinks of alcohol and then suddenly felt very uncomfortable, there is a chance you may have developed alcohol intolerance. This condition is somewhat rare and involves an immediate and uncomfortable reaction to drinking alcohol. It’s similar to how someone reacts when they have an allergy to a substance.…