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Does using alcohol affect your immune system? Find out how consuming even small quantities of alcohol can make you more susceptible to COVID-19 and other infections.
The combination of antisocial personality disorder and alcoholism tends to exacerbate and strengthen symptoms of ASPD.
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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.
Should you abstain from alcohol during Dry January? Learn the pros and cons of cutting out alcohol for a month and why treatment can be a safer option for some.
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Stopping alcohol suddenly can lead to a deadly condition called delirium tremens. Learn more about this syndrome and how to prevent it.
Psychosis is a symptom of alcoholism that can result from the long-term effects of alcohol on the brain. Read more about the types of psychosis, symptoms and treatment.
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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.
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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.
Personality disorders and alcohol use disorder can interact ways that can make treatment and diagnosis difficult. Fortunately, help is available.
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.
You've undoubtedly heard of alcoholism, but what about alcohol use disorder? Learn the differences and similarities between the two.
Despite beliefs about insomnia and alcohol, alcohol consumption actually disrupts sleep.
Of the more than 2,000 patients who had bariatric surgery, nearly 21% of those studied developed an alcohol use disorder.
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.
What is sober curious and what is it all about? Find out what this new movement is about and what is making more and more people join the sober curious…
Alcoholism and bipolar disorder often occur simultaneously. The good news is that they can also be treated simultaneously at The Recovery Village.
If you are unable to stop drinking, there is alcohol addiction treatment available to help. Read on to learn more.