Find AA meetings in Glendale, California to help you on your road to recovery. Our comprehensive directory of AA meetings in California includes open, closed, speaker, and other specialized meetings, all of which are designed to help you get sober and remain sober.
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Glendale, California AA meetings
Alcohol use disorder is a common problem that can happen to anyone and the residents of Glendale know this too well. There are some risk factors that make a person more likely to be affected by it. A person dealing with mental health problems such as anxiety or depression is one factor that makes them more vulnerable to AUD while a traumatic experience is also another AUD risk factor. A family history of alcohol use disorder can make a person highly likely to develop AUD as well. The consequences of alcohol use disorder can go from mild to severe. Mild consequences could be waking up with a hangover, or having a slight headache. The real consequences of alcohol can be divided into three, physical problems, mental problems as well as interpersonal problems. Physical health problems include heart disease, brain damage, kidney failure, etc. Mental health issues that can go as bad as suicidal tendencies can arise from AUD as well. Interpersonal problems occur because when you are suffering from AUD alcohol is a priority and that forces you to neglect your important obligations at home, school, or work causing friction between those around you like loved ones and colleagues. AA California meetings are held to help combat this. Several AA meetings Glendale offer the support needed for those who are fully committed to being sober.
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