In: Alcohol Abuse

What Can Discovery Do For my Alcohol Use Disorder?

According to statistics, alcohol is the most commonly used addictive substance in the United States: 17.6 million people or one in…

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Signs, Symptoms, and Warning Signs of Alcohol Addiction

Alcohol is the most commonly used addictive substance in the United States: 17.6 million people or one in every 12 adults…

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New Treatment Recommendations from the APA on Alcohol Use Disorder

Alcohol use disorder is a widespread disorder that is affecting millions of individuals each year. Some individuals try to quit drinking…

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How Can I Treat My Alcohol Addiction?

Alcohol addiction can result in many medical complications and can also occur with other mental health disorders and substance abuse disorders…

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Do I Have An Alcohol Addiction?

How Do You Know if You Have an Alcohol Addiction? There are many different assessments health care professionals use to screen…

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Trendy Alcohol Tag Lines May Be Trivializing Alcoholism

Trendy Alcohol Tag Lines May Be Trivializing Alcoholism It is hard to escape the aisles at a department store, social media…

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What Happens to my Brain During a Blackout?

Alcohol-induced amnesia, more commonly referred to as “blacking out” occurs when an individual indulges in too much alcohol. Blacking out is…

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Alcohol Use Disorder: What’s next?

Treating My Alcohol Use Disorder Typically alcohol abuse treatment starts with detoxification, residential programming where individual and group therapy are utilized,…

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Dual Diagnosis Treatment

A mental health disorder or a substance abuse disorder usually does not exist in an isolated vacuum. This means that it…

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Co-Occurring Disorders

Substance abuse and addiction can mask a mental illness and vice versa. Many clients admit to an addiction treatment program only…

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