Topeka, Kansas AA Meetings

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Find AA meetings in Topeka, Kansas

Topeka is the capital city of the state of Kansas. “Topeka,” a Kansa-Osage word, means “a good place to dig potatoes.” However, the city also has a history of alcohol addiction. Residents of the city are amongst a large volume of people across the world who have a dependence on alcohol. There are a multitude of factors that lead to people becoming dependent on alcohol from dealing with life’s difficulties, trauma, a coping mechanism for stress and depression, to peer pressure. An underestimated factor is the legality and accessibility of alcohol. Alcohol is everywhere, and drinking in social circles is widely normalized. For the most part, occasional moderate drinking is not a dangerous activity for most adults. However, a heavy binge is very dangerous and can be fatal. Binge drinking is when a man drinks five or more alcoholic beverages within two hours, and when a woman drinks four or more alcoholic beverages within the same time frame. Even if it is not frequent, drinking large amounts of alcohol at one time can lead to alcohol poisoning, a coma, or fatal accidents because of impaired physical functioning. Alcoholics Anonymous is one of the most effective forms of treatment for alcohol addiction in the world. If you live in Topeka and have a desire to quit drinking, you can attend AA meetings Topeka KS. hosts information on these meetings and other AA meetings in Kansas.

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