Recovery & Wellness Blog

Detoxing From Alcohol Abuse: How Long Does It Take? Detoxing from alcohol involves eliminating substance abuse from the body and managing possible withdrawal symptoms that occur. However, the time it takes to detox from alcohol depends on the severity of the addiction and how long you have been drinking. The alcohol detoxing process may take anywhere from a few days to a few weeks to several months. What Happens During Detox?
The Risks of Binge Drinking 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 in our lives. Below, we’ll clarify what exactly binge drinking is.What Is Binge Drinking? Binge
  That First Step… 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 is an essential step to recoveries. Before we explore the common signs of denial during addiction,
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 deal with the problem therapeutically before it’s too late. But why choose intervention? What Is Intervention?An intervention is a pre-planned