Alcohol Consumption and the Health Risks - Lakehouse Recovery Center

Alcohol Consumption and the Health Risks

Alcohol Consumption and the Health Risks There is sometimes conflicting information available when it comes to drinking alcohol. 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 as one drink per day …Read More

When Socially Acceptable Drinking Crosses the Line

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 …Read More

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How Our Family Overcame Alcohol Addiction

Husband Finds Hope With His Wife’s Miraculous Turnaround LaDawn and Scott R, a young married couple and loving parents, living the dream in Southern California, found their family torn asunder, ravaged by LaDawn’s drinking and on the verge of calling it quits.  But now the couple have reconciled and are back on track as a result of her treatment, subsequent …Read More

How You Know You Suffer from the Disease of Addiction or Alcoholism

How You Know You Suffer from the Disease of Addiction or Alcoholism

  Denial is one of the biggest impediments for an individual to receive the care they need when suffering from the disease of addiction and alcoholism. We often come up with a variety of reasons why we do not suffer from addiction and alcoholism. We want to think that we will one day be able to assert control over our …Read More