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How to Quit Drinking: Everything You Need to Know

If you feel like your drinking has gotten a little out of hand and you want to cut back, there are a few things you can do to achieve this. For whatever your reasons, maybe it’s health concerns, maybe you’re worried about how your drinking is affecting your appearance, or it’s interfering with your relationships . . . . Continue Reading

How Long Does it Take to Detox From Alcohol?

Alcohol detox and detox from alcohol If you have become physically dependent on alcohol, when you try to stop you will experience withdrawal symptoms as a result of your alcohol detox. By quitting drinking cold turkey, or stopping abruptly, you are forcing your body and brain – your whole system, to detox from alcohol, with . . . . Continue Reading

Should You Stop Drinking Before Alcohol Rehab?

Congratulations! You’ve signed up to go to alcohol rehab but you’ve got a couple of days or a week before you can actually leave. Whether it’s by your choice or due to availability at the alcohol addiction treatment center you’ve chosen, you’re faced with how you should be spending the next few days. Most alcoholics . . . . Continue Reading

Alcohol Detox for Women

Alcohol addiction affects millions of women in the United States. Since alcohol is legal for adults to drink and purchase, the beginning of an addiction may be difficult to identify. It may start out as something to help relax at the end of the day, or be a reason to go out and have fun . . . . Continue Reading

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