Fayetteville, Georgia AA Meetings

Find AA meetings in Fayetteville, Georgia to help you on your road to recovery. Our comprehensive directory of AA meetings in Georgia 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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Find AA meetings in Fayetteville, Georgia

Fayetteville is a city and the county seat of Fayette County, Georgia. Millions of people all over the globe are struggling with the life-altering affects of alcohol addiction. Among the most unfavorable effects of alcohol addiction is alcohol poisoning. It is a potentially deadly repercussion of drinking heavily in a short space of time. Alcohol poisoning can negatively influence your breathing, heart rate, body temperature, and consciousness. Alcohol is absorbed quickly by your body, unlike food, which typically takes hours to digest. It also takes a long time for alcohol to leave the body. Signs and symptoms of alcohol poisoning include disorientation, throwing up, uneven breathing, skin discoloration, seizures, and decreased body temperature. If you live in Fayetteville and are worried about getting alcohol poisoning, Fayetteville AA meetings can give you the support you need to quit drinking. AA, or Alcoholics Anonymous, is a global fellowship of males and females that provides peer support to people that have an alcohol dependency. AA meetings are one-hour-long sessions where individuals with alcohol dependence gather in one place and converse about alcohol addiction. Alcoholicsanonymous.com groups all AA meetings Georgia, including Fayetteville AA meetings. The directory frequently updates the information on each listed AA meeting.

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