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Why Fewer People Take Medication for Widely Prevalent Alcohol Use Disorder?

Alcohol Use Disorder (AUD) is characterized by a compulsive drinking habit known as problem drinking. It is a chronic relapsing brain disorder that impairs the ability to exercise control over one’s alcohol consumption, despite knowing its adverse social, health and occupational hazards. According to a research conducted on Alcohol...

Living with an Adult Who Uses Substances

Addiction is a disease that causes changes in the brain. When people abuse a substance, the dopamine receptors in their brain get activated. These receptors tell the brain that the drug is a necessity for survival. Over time, the brain changes and adapts as it becomes dependent on the...

Psychological Reasons Contributing to Depression in Women

Women are more likely to develop depression, a common but serious mental health problem that alters the way one thinks and affects normal functioning. Depression has been recognized as one of the most serious mental health problems that can affect women, especially during childbearing and childrearing age. Approximately 12...

OCD and Its Effect on Your Relationship

Obsessive compulsive disorder, commonly referred to as OCD, is prevalent in millions of people across the world. According to The National Institute of Mental Health (NIMH), nearly 1.2 percent adults in the United States had OCD in the past year. As per the latest estimates, around one in a...

Uber Helps Control Drunk Driving, And there Are Other Ways Too

Around 29 people succumb to motor vehicle crashes involving drink and drive every day in the United States, which amounts to one death every 50 minutes. According to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC), the country suffers an annual loss of more than $44 billion due to...

You May Not Realize When Social Drinking Becomes Problem Drinking

It is a trend these days among drinkers to classify themselves as “social drinkers”, which means they project themselves as the ones who do not like to drink on their own but may do so with family, friends, colleagues, and others. However, the problem is many hide their habitual...

5 Common excuses preventing your recovery

Most people struggling with an addiction shy away from accepting that they have a problem. They live in denial and are unable to accept that they need help. They usually believe that they do not have a problem and would make lame excuses to avoid going into treatment.

Top 7 reasons why you might have relapsed

Relapsing is a common condition faced by many people who battle an addiction. Some might relapse during treatment while others might relapse several times before finally becoming sober. According to global studies, 40 to 60 percent individuals relapse within a month of leaving a rehab center and more than...

The Dos and Don’ts of Dating a Person in Recovery

Maintaining a relationship with anybody requires work. However, maintaining or starting a relationship with a recovering addict requires double the work as poor choices, unhealthy lifestyle, mental disorders, and self-destructive behavior also become a part of the relationship. Being in a relationship with a person in recovery pulls you...

3 simple steps to forgive yourself and move on after addiction

Forgiving is the simple act of accepting what happened, letting go of feelings of resentment and grudge, and moving on. However, it is easier said than done especially when it comes to forgiving yourself for the mistakes you have done. Learning to forgive yourself is important and has both...

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