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Alcohol addiction: What type of problem drinker are you? by GoToSee Healthy Living ProfessionalComplimentary & Alternative Medicine Posted Mon 22 Sep 2008 11:03am According to the latest research from the Department of Health in the UK, there are nine types of 'problem drinker' and they are costing the National Health Service billions. Those classed as 'problem drinkers' range from introverts to macho exhibitionists and are most at risk of liver damage and other alcohol-related problems. This ... Read on »
Why Do Problem Drinkers And Alcoholics Do This To Themselves!? by Dr. Michael P. Medical Doctor Posted Sun 28 Sep 2008 7:09pm According to various studies from different countries, on average, 1 in 5 people are said to have some degree of a drinking problem. The accuracy of this statistic aside, even half that number would be a surprise. People in the early stages of a drinking problem are more likely to stop or control their drinking if they are made aware of the pot ... Read on »
Timing Is Everything For A Problem Drinker or Alcoholic by Dr. Michael P. Medical Doctor Posted Sun 28 Sep 2008 5:46pm Problem drinkers and alcoholics all share one particular attribute and it is not something that should make them proud. The more they drink, the less they are in control of their faculties. On the face of it, this may not sound too serious and even sound obvious but a closer look reveals more.The inebriation aside, will you be able to remember ... Read on »
Most Problem Drinkers Aren’t Actually Alcoholics, Study Finds by Lena Butler Posted Thu 09 Jan 2014 10:17am When people hear the term “problem drinker,” they probably also think of the term “alcoholic.” However, out of the 38 million US adults who drink too much, most of them are not alcoholics, according to a new “Vital Signs” report from the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC). “For every one person who is [...] Read on »
Timing Is Everything For A Problem Drinker or Alcoholic by Dr. Michael P. Medical Doctor Posted Sun 07 Sep 2008 8:07pm Problem drinkers and alcoholics all share one particular attribute and it is not something that should make them proud. The more they drink, the less they are in control of their faculties. On the face of it, this may not sound too serious and even sound obvious but a closer look reveals more.The inebriation aside, will you be able to remember ... Read on »
Alcoholic Husband? Don’t Condemn a Problem Drinker! by addictiondoc Posted Sun 07 Aug 2011 4:37pm As a psychiatrist that specializes in addiction, I treat a lot of alcoholism. It is very common to see an alcoholic judged rather harshly by friends or relatives that are not alcoholics. Here are some comments I hear in my practice from those married to an alcoholic husband or those with an alcoholic boyfriend: “He should just quit dri ... Read on »
Why Do Problem Drinkers And Alcoholics Do This To Themselves!? by Dr. Michael P. Medical Doctor Posted Sun 07 Sep 2008 8:07pm According to various studies from different countries, on average, 1 in 5 people are said to have some degree of a drinking problem. The accuracy of this statistic aside, even half that number would be a surprise. People in the early stages of a drinking problem are more likely to stop or control their drinking if they are made aware of the pot ... Read on »
"Working Alcoholics Cause Headaches for Companies --Alcohol Awareness Month Brings the Sobering Reality of Workplace Alcoholism" by Portland Prevention Posted Fri 03 Apr 2009 12:00am (Hat Tip: Raise The Bottom Blog / CNBC.com ) "April is Alcohol Awareness Month and one way companies are getting involved is with public awareness campaigns about workplace alcoholism. The cost of alcoholism and other drug addictions in the U.S. workforce exceeds $100 billion a year, according to the National Clearinghouse for Alcohol and Dru ... Read on »
Alcoholic Spouse: Does Your Alcoholic Spouse Love Alcohol More Than You? by addictiondoc Posted Tue 26 Jan 2010 5:49pm If you are married to an alcoholic spouse, you probably feel you come in second to alcohol. Guess what? You do! No matter how much your alcoholic spouse (alcoholic husband or alcoholic wife) says “I love you”, it is clear from his/her actions that the need or desire to drink alcohol takes precedence over any of your needs. Here are the ... Read on »
Alcoholic Husband: 5 Signs that Your Alcoholic Spouse Is Alcohol Dependent by addictiondoc Posted Thu 28 Jan 2010 5:11pm You are waiting up at 2 AM for your alcoholic husband to come home. You find yourself eating alone most evenings while your alcoholic spouse is off drinking with his buddies. He even disappears when you are at an activity together. Why? He craves alcohol. His brain has become alcohol dependent. In addition to this alcoholic behavior, you have e ... Read on »