Alcohol Addiction

Do I Have Alcohol Myopathy?

People who drink heavily often experience muscle pain. While weak or painful limbs might be expected after a night of heavy drinking, it could be a serious health issue if it lasts several days. When this occurs, it could be a condition called alcohol myopathy. Read...

The Link Between Alcohol And Hair Loss

The long-term effects of alcohol consumption are anything but beautiful. It dulls our skin, accentuates fine lines and wrinkles, robbing us of our youthful glow; it stains our eyes and our teeth yellow; it can make us appear bloated and blotchy. But drinking can also...

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What Happens If You Mix Zoloft and Alcohol? Blackouts, Cravings & More

People who suffer from depression often drink a lot more (and more often). Numerous studies have supported this finding, with depression occurring in 68% of all instances of alcohol dependence. Regardless of which caused the other, the presence of depression can...

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Alcohol Detox: Don’t Do It Alone

Alcohol Detox: Don’t Do It Alone

Alcohol detox is one of the first steps to recovery. It makes it easier to manage a drug addiction, and also curbs cravings, so the recovery process becomes smoother. The detox process can control mood swings and also lessen the intensity of alcohol withdrawals. It...

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Can Alcoholics Drink Non-Alcoholic Beer?

Can Alcoholics Drink Non-Alcoholic Beer?

Non-alcoholic beer smells and tastes like the real thing, just without the alcohol content. Seems like the perfect solution for someone trying to recover from alcohol addiction...right? This topic is actually one of high contention within the recovery community. One...

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