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Getting Help, Support From An Alcohol Abuse Counseling Program

Aug 21st, 2012 | By

Overcoming alcohol abuse can be overwhelming, but with the right help you can find trustworthy, professional support and true relief. The struggle with alcohol abuse is one of the hardest struggles a person and his or her loved ones will face. Ensuring that you or a loved one is getting the right kind of support on this tough but rewarding journey is a key to success. Admitting There Is A
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Alcohol Abuse Effects: What You Need to Know

Aug 9th, 2012 | By

Dealing with alcohol abuse effects can be devastating for friends and family. Like other forms of addiction, alcohol abuse can take over a person’s life. The effects of their drinking can spread to other areas of their lives, damage their relationships and put lives at risk. Understanding the effects of alcohol abuse can help you bring the facts to someone that you love and prompt them to get the help
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Antabuse: A Powerful Alcoholism Treatment

Apr 13th, 2012 | By

Antabuse was discovered in 1948 by accident by researchers at a Danish drug company. Although the substance was supposed to prevent parasitic infection, workers who were testing the drug also found that they had severe reactions when they drank alcohol. What is Antabuse? Antabuse treatment can help cause a negative physical reaction to alcohol. When a person is on an antabuse regimen and they drink alcohol, the effects are so
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Librium: Potential for Addiction

Mar 1st, 2012 | By

Heavy drinkers who are trying to become sober may be prescribed Librium. Alcohol withdrawal symptoms need to be managed carefully to help the alcoholic break away from the physical dependency on it. Medications may be given to help the addict feel more comfortable during detoxification, but there is always a risk of Librium addiction if it is taken over a long time. Librium: Alcohol Withdrawal Medication Librium may be prescribed
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Fetal Alcohol Syndrome (FAS)

Dec 18th, 2011 | By

Fetal Alcohol Syndrome (FAS) is the most severe fetal alcohol spectrum disorder (FASD). These are disorders that, as their name suggests, are caused by alcohol use during pregnancy. Alcohol consumption of any amount during pregnancy can harm the developing fetus. Drinking alcohol during the first trimester (three months) of pregnancy is known to cause the most severe damage. Regardless of the stage of pregnancy, alcohol is known to cross the
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