3 Stages of Alcoholism and How to Overcome Them

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It can be very difficult for those suffering from alcohol addiction. It can eventually effect every aspect of their life, from relationships, to employment. Here are the three common stages of alcoholism and how to move past them into successful recovery. Alcoholism, now called alcohol use disorder (AUD), is a brain disorder that doesn’t develop overnight. For many, in the …

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Alcohol and Relationships: The Impact of Addiction

Alcohol and Relationships Impact by Addiction - Lakehouse Recovery Center

The impact alcohol and relationships is undeniable – here are 8 impacts of alcohol addiction on relationships, and how you can move forward with a life of sobriety. According to research, nearly 15 million people over the age of 12 have an alcohol use disorder or addiction to alcohol. That means at least 15 million friends, family, and loved ones …

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Alcohol Consumption and the Health Risks

Alcohol Consumption and the Health Risks - Lakehouse Recovery Center

There is sometimes conflicting information available when it comes to drinking alcohol; so we’re here to discuss alcohol consumption and it’s health risks. For example, some studies have shown that drinking one or two glasses of red wine per day is good for cardiovascular health. It is widely known, however, that alcohol consumption, even in moderation (which is usually defined …

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When Socially Acceptable Drinking Crosses the Line

Socially Acceptable Drinking

Because drinking alcohol is considered a socially acceptable activity, it can be very difficult to determine when you or your loved one has crossed the line from being a social drinker to developing a problem with alcohol dependence or addiction. There are no hard and fast rules: Alcoholism can be a problem even if an individual is drinking only on …

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