Several citizens living in Crossett are suffering from alcohol use disorder. Alcohol use disorder, or AUD, is a clinical condition where an individual struggle to control their drinking. There are three levels of AUD – mild, moderate, and severe. The symptoms and indicators of AUD also differ. Some of the most common are strong withdrawal symptoms, abandoning hobbies and social activities, inefficiency at the workplace or at school because of repeated alcohol use, and drunk driving. AUD can also lead to alcohol intoxication or alcohol poisoning. Alcohol intoxication negatively affects an individual’s body temperature, breathing, heart rate, and gag reflex, and can be fatal. When an individual develops alcohol intoxication, the blood alcohol levels in their bloodstream increase. The greater the level, the more damaged the drinker suffers. The adverse effects of alcohol intoxication are long from impaired judgment, poor hand and eye coordination, impaired focus or memory, inappropriate behavior, mood swings, to slurred speech. If you live in Crossett and are dealing with the effects of AUD, you can get help by going to AA meetings in Crossett. Information for these meetings can be found on alcoholicsanonymous.com. Our directory groups AA meetings from states throughout America, including Arkansas AA meetings. The listings on the website are updated frequently.
Crossett, Arkansas AA Meetings
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