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Signs that Someone is a Functioning Alcoholic

Some of those who suffer from alcohol use disorder are incapacitated by their addiction, unable to work, or live any semblance of an ordinary life. In cases like these it is usually very clear to people around them that they are physically dependent on alcohol. For others however, alcohol use disorder can be concealed. Hidden …

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How Does Alcohol Affect Sleep? It’s Worse Than You Think

Since getting drunk can mean inhibited cognition, slurred speech, stumbling instead of walking, and decreased motor skills, it’s not hard to imagine what it’s doing to your ability to sleep. The bad news is that it’s even worse than you think and a lot more complicated. Researchers have spent nearly a century studying the effects …

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What To Do If Your Loved One Has A Drug Or Alcohol Addiction

Discovering that a loved one has an addiction issue can be devastating for a family. Typically family members will feel crushed by the problem, overwhelmed by a sense of hopelessness, frightened by the possibility of losing someone so close to them. However, there is in fact hope for affected families. There is strong evidence today …

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Addiction Relapse: Strategies to Prevent Drug and Alcohol Addiction Relapses

You have probably heard the saying, “the best defense is a good offense,” — which originated from the military and wartime strategy. The saying applies well to those of us who are in recovery, battling addiction. Being proactive, or having a good offense, helps those in recovery stay in the game, which requires action and …

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7 Signs You May Be Self-Medicating With Alcohol or Drugs

When you use alcohol or drugs to cope with pain, anxiety and other symptoms, this form of self-medication can lead to substance use disorder, which is a form of addiction. One survey suggests that about 20% of Americans who have anxiety or mood disorders also struggle with SUDs, according to the Anxiety and Depression Association …

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