Schenectady, New York AA Meetings

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Do you think you might be affected by alcohol use disorder? Alcohol use disorder (AUD) is a brain disorder that comes from drinking too much for a prolonged time. When an individual drinks a lot their body becomes dependent on it, eventually taking over making them unable to function in normal situations including fulfilling their responsibilities like work, school, or other household chores. This disorder causes a dent in that person’s personal and professional life. The risk factors of Alcohol Use disorder can be mental and physical as well. The mental side effects might be depression, or losing motivation. The physical effects can be health issues like liver damage and the likes. There are several measures to take to deal with Alcohol Use disorder including visiting a therapist, getting medications, or to attend AA meetings. There are several different types of AA meetings in Schenectady that offer space for people who show the symptoms of alcohol use disorder and are ready to seek out help. These symptoms include but aren’t limited to, decreased appetite when not drinking, always having the urge to drink even when you are trying to stop and feeling irritated when you are not drinking. NY AA meetings are held throughout the week all across for those who are trying to help themselves get out from this problem. AA Schenectady is there for those who are ready to change their lives for the better.

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Calls to numbers on a specific treatment center listing will be routed to that treatment center. Additional calls will also be forwarded and returned by one of our treatment partners below.

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