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How Long Does It Take to Develop Alcohol Dependence?

Drinking alcohol is ingrained in modern culture in many countries around the world. It’s a way to socialize, relax, and celebrate.  To quote the fictional TV cartoon character, Homer Simpson, “To alcohol, the cause of – and solution to – all life’s problems.” The joke is a reflection of what

What Distinguishes Alcohol Dependence from Alcohol Abuse?

The terms alcohol dependence and alcohol abuse are often used interchangeably, but they are not the same. It’s important to understand the difference between alcohol abuse and alcohol dependence because they can have different consequences and may require different treatments. If you or a loved one is battling alcoholism, you

Adrenaline Addiction 101: How, What, Who?

Have you ever wondered what drives thrill-seekers and daredevils to participate in terrifying experiences? Whether it is diving with sharks, scaling Mount Everest, or walking across the Grand Canyon on a tightrope, adrenaline junkies are a breed apart. What many people don’t know is that sensation-seeking individuals may have something

Expert Tips on How to Overcome Co-dependency

Even the word is off-putting, isn’t it? But I am going to show you how to overcome co-dependency within the next ten minutes. ‘Co-dependency’. It has too many syllables for one thing, the truth it is trying to convey buried in an unnecessary complexity, which can have even the most

The 3 Stages of Alcoholism Explained: Your Ultimate Guide

What does it mean to be an alcoholic? How often do you have to drink to become one? And, what’s the difference between early stage and late stage alcoholism? Alcoholism progresses in many different alcoholism stages, and there are different symptoms for each stage. According to the WashingtonPost, 1 in

Self-Assessment Test: Am I addicted to alcohol?

Many people are unsure what being an alcoholic means, what are the warning signs for alcohol addiction and how to tell whether regular drinking has turned into a problem drinking.  Alcohol may be used to mask or cope with underlying issues like stress, anxiety or depression. As a depressant alcohol

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