Saugerties, New York AA Meetings

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The physical dependence on alcohol is a disorder called Alcohol Use disorder. It’s a disorder in which an individual has little to no control over their drinking. A person suffering from alcohol use disorder has difficulty dealing with things at work or their personal lives due to their inability to control their excessive drinking. Alcohol like any other drug can be addictive. And just like any disorder, there are certain symptoms to look out for to diagnose a person suffering from alcohol use disorder. Some symptoms include showing withdrawal symptoms such as irritability, nausea, sweating, or shaking when alcohol is not in their system. Getting into dangerous situations under the influence and giving up on activities to drink are also characteristics of people suffering from said disorder. Alcohol use disorder has three stages depending on the number of symptoms a person exhibits. Two or three symptoms show mild AUD. Moderate AUD is when a person exhibits four to five symptoms. A person is considered to be at a severe stage of Alcohol use disorder they exhibit six or more symptoms. Regardless of the stage of AUD, you might find yourself visiting AA meetings to help gain control of your drinking. Attending NY AA meetings might help you realize the things you need to do to get better. AA meetings in Saugerties NY are there so that a person who doesn’t want to spiral and go off the rails with their drinking get help early. With their support a life of sobriety will come easily.

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