Alcohol Abuse

May 16, 2024

James Anderson

Alcohol-Medication Interactions: Potentially Dangerous Mixes National Institute on Alcohol Abuse and Alcoholism NIAAA

However, as with any drug or supplement, talk with your doctor before using cannabis in combination with Suboxone. The impact of cannabis may affect how well you stick to your Suboxone treatment plan. Your doctor will also likely want you to watch for symptoms of serotonin syndrome. These may include nausea, rapid heart rate, hallucinations, […]

Alcohol Abuse

May 15, 2024

James Anderson

Understanding Alcohol Use Disorder National Institute on Alcohol Abuse and Alcoholism NIAAA

A heavy drinking binge may even cause a life-threatening coma or death. This is of particular concern when you’re taking certain medications that also depress the brain’s function. If you don’t control codependency, it can lead into more serious complications such as obsessive behavior, blame, and mental health issues. Alcohol abuse and addiction (also known […]

Alcohol Abuse

May 15, 2024

James Anderson

Strongest Liquor in the World 15 Most Alcoholic Absinthes, Rums, Vodkas, whiskeys, and More

Limited ingredients are used in the production of high ABV liquors which mainly include ethyl alcohol and water. Generally rectified spirit has a maximum limit of 97.2% ABV or a maximum level of 95.6% ABV when distilled using conventional processes. Spirytus Rektyfikowany is the strongest vodka globally and the strongest commercially available alcohol in the […]

Alcohol Abuse

May 15, 2024

James Anderson

Former lead singer of the band Smash Mouth Steve Harwell dies at 56 : NPR

You’re on deep Irish literary sod, the western coast and the islands. Synge’s play “Riders to the Sea,” grieving for all the men the ocean has taken from her, except that the creature singing through O’Connor will not accept death. “He’ll be back sometime,” she assures the men who deliver the news, “laughing at you.” […]

Alcohol Abuse

May 15, 2024

James Anderson

Drinking Together and Drinking Alone: A Social-Contextual Framework for Examining Risk for Alcohol Use Disorder PMC

In general, more rigorous tests are needed to understand the mechanisms underlying social and solitary drinking and the pathways by which drinking in each setting leads to adverse outcomes. Notably, the vast majority of studies conducted thus far on solitary drinking are cross-sectional, precluding causal interpretations. For instance, how do solitary drinkers experience alcohol intoxication […]

Alcohol Abuse

May 15, 2024

James Anderson

Sobriety: How to Start and Maintain a Sober Lifestyle

Their process of getting sober will depend on numerous factors, including the severity of drug or alcohol use disorder and long-term goals of sobriety. This article will describe sobriety in more detail, the challenges a person faces while working to stay sober, the options for treatment, and tips for building a sober lifestyle. The “drinking […]

Alcohol Abuse

May 15, 2024

James Anderson

12 Warning Signs of an Alcohol Problem Explained With Pictures

About 50% of these individuals are from families with multigenerational alcoholism, and almost all have experienced clinical depression. While the exact causes of alcoholism are not known, a number of factors can play a role. The condition is likely the result of a combination of genetic, social, psychological, and environmental factors. Maybe you’ve been concerned enough […]

Alcohol Abuse

May 15, 2024

James Anderson

Alcohol Relapse: Rates, Prevention, and Treatment

If you’ve been in a program, immediately connect with your counselor, therapist, support group, or mentor. Recommit to your self-care plan, especially activities that eased stress and other emotional triggers. Having occasional cravings or thoughts of drinking is normal during recovery. If you experience relapse, it is important to be honest with your treatment provider. […]

Alcohol Abuse

May 15, 2024

James Anderson

Alcohol & Shrooms: Interactions, Side Effects, & Risks

Lifestyles and settings that encourage alcoholism may also promote using hallucinogenic drugs. We’ll dig into the potential risks and safety concerns of this combination in detail below. Bogenschutz said NYU Langone Health is starting a larger trial of psilocybin and eventually hopes to get approval from the FDA to treat addiction. Researchers say they still […]

Alcohol Abuse

May 14, 2024

James Anderson

The science of alcohol Open University

Dependence on alcohol means that the user has lost some or all control over their use of alcohol and are likely to suffer withdrawal effects if they don’t drink. This is more common in men, although women who are alcohol dependent usually suffer more severe harms as a result of alcoholism. However, alcohol also increases […]

Alcohol Abuse