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Treatment & Detox Guide

Types of Treatment Offered at Alcohol Treatment Centers

alcohol use disorder treatment

Alcoholism is a degenerative disease that often goes untreated for various reasons despite the many different types of treatment offered at alcohol treatment centers to help those who are addicted to get sober. Each alcohol treatment center is different, and many offer an array of services to their patients while others take things relatively simple….

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Addictions Treatment Leads to Recovery

Addiction can be treated successfully and recovery is possible. Relapse doesn’t mean that there was a failure in treatment, it’s just a bump in the recovery road. Addictions treatment that encompasses behavioral therapy, counseling and support is the most effective at improving chances of recovery. Millions of people suffer from addiction to drugs, alcohol, food,….

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Benefits clampdown on heroin and crack users

Nearly 267,000 heroin and crack users are on benefits and will be required to own up to their drug problems and take treatment – or lose their money, James Purnell the work and pensions secretary, will say today. He will also announce measures that may take as many as 200,000 families out of child poverty…..

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Binge drinking raises stroke risk

Binge drinking more than triples a man’s risk of dying from a stroke. Researchers studied 6,291 Korean people aged 55 years or older to examine the association between binge drinking and risks of mortality due to all causes of death with a focus on cerebrovascular disease. It was noted that 59 percent of adults reported….

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Guilt encourages excessive drinking, finds study

According to a novel research, the popular advertising approach relying on guilt or shame to stamp out drinking habits and bring out good behavior can backfire, goading people to consume more liquor. Nidhi Agrawal, an expert in consumer psychology at Northwestern’s Kellogg School of Management, and co-author of the study stated, “That’s what blows my….

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