If you find it tough to relax or enjoy yourself without having a drink, it’s possible that your drinking habit has crossed the line from moderate and social to problematic. Drinking in moderation, according to the CDC, is defined as limiting your alcohol intake to 1 drink or less in a day for women and […]
2022 is here and many people are looking to make a New Year’s resolution that will improve their health and wellness. But “wellness” as a whole is such a broad concept that you might not know exactly where to start. Should you begin with cleaning up your diet or signing up for the gym? Should […]
Rates of alcohol and drug overdose have been on the rise year over year throughout the country. According to the figures released by the CDC, as many as 70,630 Americans died of a drug overdose in 2019 alone. Unfortunately, 2020 only made the problem worse. As the Covid-19 crisis swept across the world, people were […]
Trying to stop drinking alcohol can be hard. But as impossible as it may seem at times, it’s not. If you have made the gutsy decision to stop drinking alcohol, and are willing to get the support you need, you can regain control over your struggles with moderation. If you want to cut your drinking […]
Individuals with severe drinking problems, such as people who continue drinking even after getting a DUI or losing their job, need immediate treatment to stop drinking altogether. However, there are many people who have developed the habit of consuming 4-6 drinks every day. For these less severe cases, moderating drinking and simply reducing the alcohol […]
If you are wondering whether your drinking has crossed the line into a problem or it’s on the higher end of what would be considered normal, this post is for you. A lot of people with excessive drinking habits cannot tell when their drinking is out of control. If this is you, it’s time to […]
Most people resolve their difficulties with alcohol, cocaine, heroin, and nicotine on their own, without professional help. However, research shows that behavior change happens slowly, and more support is needed to speed the self-guided change process.
Fetal Alcohol Spectrum Disorders (FASDs) remain the most preventable birth defects worldwide, but FASDs still occur at an alarming rate in many areas.