• Binge drinking is a common and widespread problem in the United States and across the world. It’s a form of drinking that increases your Blood Alcohol Level above the legal limit. However, many of us might not know that we have probably engaged ourselves in binge drinking at some point
  • The first step to recovery is admitting you have a problem. When addicts are in denial about their situation, it’s tough to get them on the road to recovery. Denial is a common symptom of an alcohol use disorder, and it can keep the person from seeking treatment. Addressing denial
  • When an alcoholic is in denial, getting him or her to admit the problem can be frustrating. Denial tells the person afflicted that they don’t have a problem. It prevents an alcoholic or addict from seeing things as they are. An intervention can help a person face the truth and
  • It is easy to get caught in the trap of enabling if someone you love has an addiction to alcohol. However, when you see your loved one struggling with substance abuse, your first instinct is to help and offer support. This help and support can have a reverse effect on
  • Relapse is a big problem in the alcohol and drug addiction recovery process. However, you need to understand that relapse does not mean that the treatment process has failed! It only means that you need to readjust the treatment plan. According to research from the National Institute on Drug Abuse,
  • Drug cravings are an expected reaction if you’re trying to quit a drug. No matter whether you just stopped using drugs this week or you haven’t used it in months, you’re likely to experience an urge to use it at some point. Drug cravings can quickly lead to a relapse