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Signs Of Relapsing And How To Prevent It

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When overcoming addiction, there is almost always a risk of relapse. Some studies suggest that 40-60% of people relapse after undergoing treatment or rehabilitation programs for addiction. Furthermore, up to 85% of people are believed to relapse within the first year after having treatment. Like many things, preventative measures can be the key to staying …

Is Corona Making Your Sobriety Less Successful?

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Overcoming addiction takes a series of daily actions, ones that keep you on track and keep you feeling good about your decision to get sober. Maybe you meet with an accountability partner weekly to discuss your triumphs and struggles, or maybe you congratulate yourself monthly with a nice dinner at your favorite restaurant. Unfortunately, a …

The Connection Between Alcohol And Anxiety Disorder

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Many people use alcohol to alleviate their anxiety. Eventually this will cause even more anxiety and stress, especially when drinking excessive amounts of alcohol. If you already suffer from anxiety, one alcoholic beverage can easily lead to a dependence on alcohol. One study that looked at alcohol and anxiety disorder said this is a dangerous, …

April is Alcohol Awareness Month

Every April since 1987, the National Council on Alcohol and Drug Dependence (NCADD) and its supporting organizations across the U.S. have addressed on a large scale the nation’s number one public health problem: alcoholism. Alcohol Awareness Month comprises a series of activities and public service messages delivered across America to increase awareness and understanding of …

Alcohol Treatment Statistics and Relapse Information

Alcoholism, by definition, is an addiction to the consumption of alcoholic liquor or the mental illness and compulsive behavior resulting from alcohol dependency. Treating alcoholism includes several challenges, one of which being alcohol relapse. Alcohol relapse rates vary due to several distinct factors: financial difficulties, family dilemmas, education, employment, mental health disorders, limited social skills …