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Teenage Alcoholism: 4 Ways Alcohol Hurts Teen Brain Power by addictiondoc Posted Thu 03 Mar 2011 12:51pm Research over the last 15 years on the developing teen brain strongly supports DELAYING the first drink until the 20′s to avoid teenage alcoholism . Brain development occurs until about age 23-25 years old. Teens that start drinking before 15 years of age have 4-5 times the risk of becoming an alcoholic later. There are compelling argum ... Read on »
Alcoholic Spouse: 7 Ways Alcohol is Affecting Your Spouse’s Physical Health by addictiondoc Posted Fri 12 Feb 2010 11:06am Do you worry about your alcoholic husband or alcoholic wife’s physical health? Are you amazed at how much alcohol they are able to drink? In some casesyour alcoholic spouse may have even experienced multiple black outs or even had a seizure. The truth is excessive drinking shortens your life span by about 10-12 years. Many times a scary phy ... Read on »
Alcoholic Spouse: 7 Ways Alcohol is Affecting Your Spouse’s Physical Health by addictiondoc Posted Fri 12 Feb 2010 11:06am Do you worry about your alcoholic husband or alcoholic wife’s physical health? Are you amazed at how much alcohol they are able to drink? In some cases, your alcoholic spouse may have even experienced multiple black outs or even had a seizure. The truth is excessive drinking shortens your life span by about 10-12 years. Many times a scary p ... Read on »
4 Ways Alcohol Hurts Your Fitness Goals by Fit Bottomed Girls Patient Expert Posted Fri 01 Jun 2012 6:00am It may go down nice, but exercise and alcohol don't go well together. Buzz kill, we know. Credit: Kirti Poddar Now, we like to have a cocktail , beer or glass of wine (or three!) as much as the next gal, but like we say time and time again , it’s all about moderation. Which is why we’re sharing the following guest info from Women’s Hea ... Read on »
6 Ways Your Alcoholic Spouse Makes Your Kids Codependent by addictiondoc Posted Sun 26 Sep 2010 8:44am 1 Comment Are you living with an alcoholic? As you know, your entire family dynamic has changed. Your alcoholic spouse has withdrawn from the family as their alcohol problem has progressed. You and your children have taken over the “house” and many of their responsibilities that their alcoholic parent can no longer handle due to hangovers, disappear ... Read on »
8 Ways A Recovering Alcoholic Will Enjoy their Freedom From Alcohol by Dr. Michael P. Medical Doctor Posted Mon 29 Sep 2008 4:54pm It took me a good six months before I enjoyed my first morning of freedom from alcohol and a feeling of well being that told me the hard part was over. Some take longer and some less time to feel the initial stirring of serenity and peace flow through their bodies. There is a slight feeling of anticipation tempered by a subtle anxiousness be ... Read on »
8 Ways A Recovering Alcoholic Will Enjoy their Freedom From Alcohol by Dr. Michael P. Medical Doctor Posted Sun 07 Sep 2008 8:07pm It took me a good six months before I enjoyed my first morning of freedom from alcohol and a feeling of well being that told me the hard part was over. Some take longer and some less time to feel the initial stirring of serenity and peace flow through their bodies. There is a slight feeling of anticipation tempered by a subtle anxiousness be ... Read on »
Remarks On The Way We View Alcohol And Drug Use by Bill W. Health Maven Posted Thu 26 Nov 2009 12:00am People use alcohol and drugs for only one reason, to alter their brain chemistry and improve the way they feel. Therefore, without exception, a person who is “under the influence” is suffering from chemically induced abnormal brain function, and is unable accurately to judge her own behavior. That is why so many people swear that t ... Read on »
Breakthroughs On Your Way To Freedom From Alcohol Withdrawal and Detoxification After Withdrawal and Detoxification Breaking Thr by Dr. Michael P. Medical Doctor Posted Fri 13 Nov 2009 10:02pm Alcohol recovery is a process that takes time, patience, fortitude and perseverance. Each set back will rip just a little more tenacity from your already shallow reservoir of resolve to beat the illness you are tasked with fighting. Little wonder then that small breakthroughs need to be savored and appreciated. Any disease that requires you to ... Read on »
5 Ways to Prevent Alcohol Intake in Winter by Kodjoworkout Posted Thu 02 May 2013 8:00am During the winter, it can be easy to go a little overboard on alcohol. The winter is very cold in most areas and alcohol can quickly warm you up. The winter season is also a boring one so many people have nothing to do and they decide to hit the bottle. However, this can quickly lead to binge dri ... Read on »