Find AA Meetings in Cinnaminson, New Jersey

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Cinnaminson, New Jersey AA meetings

Cinnaminson Township is a township in Burlington County, New Jersey, United States. Individuals who live in this city and are suffering from alcohol use disorder are recommended to attend AA meetings in Cinnaminson. There are various AA meetings NJ to assist those who feel that their use of alcohol is getting out of hand and are trying to stop. The use of alcohol ranges from mild to moderate to severe. This is determined by the number of symptoms they show. When two or three of the symptoms of AUD are present, mild alcohol use disorder is diagnosed. Moderate AUD is when there are four to five symptoms, and if a person has six or more of the symptoms, severe alcohol use disorder is present. Some of the symptoms of AUD include constantly feeling the urge to drink even at inappropriate times, decreasing or completely stopping other activities and substituting them for drinking. There are also withdrawal symptoms such as insomnia, anxiety, tremors, or even seizures in individuals with AUD who attempt to stop drinking. AA meetings provide these people with the support they need, especially when they are going through a rough patch in their sobriety, to combat this disorder through sponsorships. It also provides a free open space for them to discuss and address issues related to their alcohol use disorder without judgment.

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