Eureka Springs, Arkansas AA Meetings

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Selected as one of America’s Distinctive Destinations for Historic Preservation, Eureka Springs is on the National Register of Historic Places. Unfortunately, the city also has a history of alcohol addiction. The city in Carroll County, Arkansas, has set up Alcoholics Anonymous (AA) programs to help its residents who are battling the disease. There are many factors influencing individuals to develop alcohol dependency from handling life’s difficulties to social and also cultural influences. The factors can be particularly difficult for younger adults as consuming large amounts of alcohol is not only legal but widely accepted in the social circle and many cultures worldwide. Alcohol consumption has become so socially accepted that it is seen as abnormal if an individual goes on a night out and refuses to drink. Binge drinking, which involves consuming four or more drinks within two hours, is common among young adults. This type of excessive drinking can bring about a number of adverse effects such as liver and kidney disease and lead to several dangerous situations such as drunk driving or a drink-induced coma. If you believe you binge drink too much, you can get help for it before it develops into alcohol use disorder. AA meetings in Eureka Springs are available for Eureka Springs locals who need help. You can find information for these and other Arkansas AA meetings on

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