Augusta, Kentucky AA Meetings

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Augusta is a home rule-class city in Bracken County, Kentucky. A portion of its population is suffering from the adverse consequences of alcohol use disorder. People with alcohol use disorder, or AUD, struggle to moderate their drinking. Withdrawal symptoms are one of the biggest obstacles for people with alcohol addiction. When they try to stop drinking suddenly, they will suffer from withdrawal symptoms and alcohol cravings from mild to severe depending on the level of their alcohol dependence. Mild symptoms such as anxiety, sweating, unsteady hands, and nausea usually show up in an individual as early as six hours after they finished drinking. More dangerous symptoms such as hallucinations, Delirium tremens (DTs), and seizures start appearing from twelve to twenty-four hours after the last drink. Delirium tremens (DTs) normally occur a couple of days after drinking and can last for two to three days. DTs is a rare symptom that occurs in around five percent of people with alcohol withdrawal. Augusta residents who are experiencing any one of these symptoms can get help now by attending AA meetings in Augusta. Location information for these meetings and other AA meetings in Kentucky is just a quick search away on alcoholicsanonymous.com. Our directory is frequently updated with the latest info on each listing.

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