Dallas, Oregon AA Meetings

Find AA meetings in Dallas, Oregon to help you on your road to recovery. Our comprehensive directory of AA meetings in Oregon includes open, closed, speaker, and other specialized meetings, all of which are designed to help you get sober and remain sober.

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Find AA meetings in Dallas, Oregon

Drinking alcohol can affect the health of a person, sometimes quite drastically. If a preexisting condition like diabetes is thrown into the mix, the situation gets that much more complicated. Drinking alcohol can interfere with the release of glucose from where it is stored in your liver. This can increase the likelihood of the occurrence of hypoglycemia, which is a low amount of sugar in the blood, which can cause shakiness, confusion, anxiety, and heart palpitations. The problem is that if you are already taking insulin to combat the high blood sugar caused by diabetes, then alcohol can exacerbate its effect. This can lead to hypoglycemic shock and other dangerous outcomes. So, if you are taking insulin to treat your diabetes, then it might be time to quit drinking. Alcoholics Anonymous can help you there as they are dedicated to helping people like you who are trying to sober up. You can find AA meetings in Dallas, the county seat of Polk County, found west of Salem along Rickreall Creek in Oregon. To locate one of these AA Oregon chapters, visit the AA website and you will find them listed easily. Take care of yourself by quitting alcohol with Alcoholics Anonymous.

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