Delmar, Maryland AA Meetings

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Delmar is a town in Wicomico County, Maryland. Several residents are living in the town are suffering from alcohol use disorder. Alcohol use disorder, or AUD, is a medical condition where an individual continues to drink alcohol despite it causing them physical, emotional, financial, or interpersonal problems. Depending on the number of symptoms, AUD can be mild, moderate, or severe. The symptoms and signs of AUD also vary. Some of the most common include an inability to control how much alcohol you drink, feeling strong cravings for alcohol, below standard performance at work or home because of repeated alcohol use, abandoning beloved hobbies and social activities, and getting into dangerous situations after drinking such as driving. AUD can also include periods of alcohol intoxication. Alcohol intoxication occurs when the blood alcohol concentration levels in a drinker’s bloodstream increase. The higher the level is, the more impaired the drinker becomes. Alcohol intoxication causes significant side effects such as impaired judgment, poor hand, and eye coordination, inappropriate behavior, impaired attention or memory, unstable moods, and slurred speech. If you live in Delmar and are suffering from the effects of AUD, you can get help by attending AA meetings in Delmar. You can find their locations among a group of AA meetings Maryland.

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