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The Horrors of Alcohol Induced Dementia

There are more consequences to long term drinking than just alcohol withdrawal syndrome and long term liver damage. Long term drinking also causes alcohol induced dementia. Once thought to be Alzheimer’s or ordinary dementia, many people are exposed to this danger every time they drink. It is an insidious disease that might show up in …

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Anxiety: Before, During, and After Alcohol Use

Anxiety is a crippling feeling for many people. Unfortunately, anxiety has an uncomfortable association with alcoholism and alcohol abuse. Many people experience anxiety before, during, and after alcohol use as part of the addiction. It is important to understand that alcoholism is a disease as is anxiety. These two diseases walk hand in hand in …

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Alcohol Withdrawal Syndrome: A Deadly Consequence of Drinking

According to the National Institute on Alcohol Abuse and Alcoholism, alcohol withdrawal syndrome is a very serious issue. Although some alcoholics do not experience it, many do. When they do, it can be devastating. Alcohol withdrawal syndrome is not something you ever want to experience. What is Alcohol Withdrawal Syndrome? Alcohol withdrawal syndrome is your …

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Depression: Before, During, and After Alcohol Use

According to the National Institute on Alcohol Abuse and Alcoholism, alcohol use and depression are linked in many different ways. The incidents of depression are seen before someone starts drinking, while they are drinking, and in physical changes in the brain after stopping alcohol. Depression as a Reason to Use Alcohol Many people who use …

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Consequences of Teen Drinking and How to Prevent Them

The use of alcohol by teens is nothing new. It has been something that has become such an ingrained part of our culture as to become nearly invisible. The National Institute on Alcohol Abuse and Alcoholism states that more adolescents use alcohol than either tobacco or marijuana, and more than 8 million kids admit to …

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