Alcoholism Treatment for Mothers
Drinking is a coping mechanism for many women, especially mothers with children young enough to still live at home. Alcohol consumption has become normalized. Often times, women see having a glass of red wine as a way to unwind but, more and more women are having more than “just one glass.” The dangers of eating . . . . Continue Reading
Gastric Bypass Surgery Linked to Development of Alcoholism
Researchers at the University of Pittsburgh Medical Center are reporting they have found a link between patients undergoing gastric bypass surgery to reduce their weight and the development of alcoholism.
Women, Alcoholism and Liver Problems
When you drink, the liver is the organ most involved in processing the substance. As a result, women who suffer from alcoholism or alcohol abuse tend to have liver problems in addition to addiction issues when they head to alcohol rehab. In some cases, liver disease is the wake-up call that lets alcoholic women know . . . . Continue Reading