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Treatment & Detox Guide

Addicted

Addiction is defined as the recurring physical or the psychological dependency of an individual on a chemical substance which can lead to harmful consequences and the people who are under such addiction are popularly known as addicted.   The cause of addiction can be many, but the main reason behind a person getting addicted is….

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Drunks who attack hospital staff face pubs and clubs ban

A New scheme to ban people from city centre pubs and clubs if they assault hospital staff after a night out has been welcomed by Health Minister Edwina Hart. But Alcohol Concern in Wales said while the idea is “useful”, it believes some of the root causes of drink-fuelled violence, such as irresponsible supermarket and….

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Is Alcohol Detox Always a Part of Alcohol Treatment

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When you are addicted to alcohol there is a need for two components of treatment in order to make a full recovery. First, you have to get treatment for the physical addiction to the alcohol and then you can seek help for the psychological aspects of the addiction. Alcohol detox is the first step to….

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Alcohol abuse among women is on the rise

Almost 2.5 million women are alcoholics. Many of these women are busy juggling families and careers — all while hiding a dangerous habit. Health Specialist Denise Dador takes a look at how these”cocktail moms” go from happy hour to addiction. A deadly wrong-way crash in New York last summer shoved the issue of alcoholism into….

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Recovered Alcoholics Still Face Difficulties Recognizing Emotions

Though they may have recovered, a new study confirms that alcoholics may still face social difficulties. Now, researchers have demonstrated that after recovery, the brains of people suffering from alcoholism still process things differently, which may lead to difficulties recognizing emotions in others. The researchers looked at brain scans of 15 former alcoholics and 15….

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