Dry January involves abstaining from alcohol during the first month of the year.
Effective August 1st, the SEC has lifted its ban on stadium-wide alcohol sales with restrictions. Revenue was the obvious factor in the decision, but will the change bring other consequences.
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Alcoholism and college students often go hand in hand. If you're a college student struggling with alcoholism, visit our page to learn how we can help.
When alcohol is consumed regularly over time, it can take a toll on the brain, especially in the prefrontal cortex and regions of the cerebellum.
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PTSD and alcohol abuse may occur together due to the tendency of people diagnosed with PTSD to engage in self-destructive behavior and the desire to avoid thinking about the trauma.
Psychosis is a symptom of alcoholism that can result from the long-term effects of alcohol on the brain.
Alcohol addiction can lead to nerve damage that makes pain worse, particularly in the extremities. Click here to read more.
You've undoubtedly heard of alcoholism, but what about alcohol use disorder? Learn the differences and similarities between the two.
Alcoholism and bipolar disorder often occur simultaneously. The good news is that they can also be treated simultaneously at The Recovery Village.
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If you are unable to stop drinking, there is alcohol addiction treatment available to help. Read on to learn more.
Personality disorders and alcohol use disorder can interact ways that can make treatment and diagnosis difficult. Fortunately, help is available.
Alcohol can be used to cope with symptoms of BDD, but may make the condition worse. Learn about BDD and alcohol abuse, causes and treatments.
Alcohol use can cause muscle pain, weakness and poor performance. Learn why alcohol causes these muscle symptoms on this page.
Excessive use of alcohol and binge eating disorder frequently co-occur. Binge drinking alcohol, binge eating and any other compulsive bingeing behavior is likely an attempt to deal with negative emotions.
Wondering if a thiamine deficiency is related to alcohol use? We’re discussing how alcohol can impact thiamine absorption and lead to brain damage.
Halloween statistics show that binge drinking is common on this holiday, especially among college students. Learn more about the dark side of Halloween.
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What is the link between criminality and alcoholism? Get the answer to this and other questions on our site. If you need help for alcoholism, we can help.
There is a correlation between alcoholism and police officers, which is often the result of the stresses involved with the job. Need help? Let us know.
The Hal S. Marchman Alcohol and Other Drug Services Act of 1993, known as the Marchman Act, is a commitment statute created to help people who struggle with drug or…
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