Bacliff, Texas AA Meetings

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If your drinking habits are resulting in troubles in your personal life, then you might be dealing with alcohol use disorder. AA meetings in Bacliff are offered to help individuals who are dealing with AUD. Alcohol use disorder is a problematic pattern of repeated alcohol use that leads to distress or incapability to function properly in daily life. It has three stages ranging from mild, moderate, and then severe. The stages are distinguished based on the number of symptoms of AUD the person exhibits. If a person shows two to three symptoms, it’s considered to be mild AUD. Moderate AUD is when a person exhibits four to five symptoms. If Six or more symptoms of AUD are exhibited by a person then it is considered that that person has severe AUD. Some symptoms of AUD include being unable to control the amount of alcohol an individual drinks, spending a significant amount of time drinking, having a constant urge or strong craving to drink, wanting and trying to cut down on your alcohol but failing to do so, neglecting major responsibilities at school, work or home due to drinking, and continuing to drink even in inappropriate situations. AA Texas offers support for individuals dealing with AUD before it gets to a severe stage.

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