Alcoholism On The Job

In blog November 9th, 2019

Those that abuse alcohol or suffer from alcoholism may often consume alcohol during work hours or show up to work already intoxicated. Sometimes those that abuse alcohol are still are able to maintain their job and are referred to as a “functioning alcoholic”. However, any form of alcoholism is dangerous, and that person more than…


Alcoholism Impact On Childhood

In blog, Drug Rehab October 22nd, 2019 No Comments

You may have heard before that alcoholism runs in person’s family. Perhaps multiple generations of a single family have had similar alcohol abuse behaviors and health risks. One might wonder, is this all learned behavior or something more innate? Nature and Nurture Scientists have discovered there does exist a genetic factor that make some individuals…


Drinking Changes Your Genes?

In blog February 8th, 2019 No Comments

Most people know how much drinking alcohol can damage your physical and mental health but new research shows that it can also lead to changes in your genes. Binge drinking alcohol actually causes changes in the genes within your body’s cells which can lead to serious damage to the liver that can’t be reversed. Even…


Alcohol Withdrawal Timeline

In blog November 19th, 2018 No Comments

When a person is physically accustomed to drinking alcohol on a daily basis, if they quit putting alcohol in their system their body will react very quickly. Alcohol withdrawal symptoms can begin even within the first 6 hours of being abstinent from drinking depending on the severity of their addiction. Over time and with repeated…


Are Teens “Too Young” to be Labeled Alcoholics?

In blog December 20th, 2017 No Comments

Alcoholism is a serious disease that can affect people from all walks of life regardless of their circumstances. There are many prevailing myths and stereotypes about what an alcoholic looks like. While people imagine that alcoholism only occurs later on in adulthood, the reality is that it can take place at any age and at…


Admitting You’re a Functioning Alcoholic

In blog October 12th, 2017 No Comments

Recognizing your own issues with addiction is always hard but it can be especially complicated when you are very functional with your substance abuse. People with high functional alcoholic symptoms often don’t show many of the signs normally associated with addiction because they have learned to handle their drinking in ways that makes it seem…

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