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Category Archives: Alcohol

What Exactly Is Alcohol & What Can It Do?

What Is Alcohol – Ethanol is the active ingredient in alcoholic drinks. Here is what it is, and why it is so popular. Ethanol: Ethanol is produced by yeasts from rich foods. Examples being grapes that go to make wine and grain that goes to produce beer. Legal in many countries across the globe, alcohol…

The Potential Long-Term Damage Teenage Drinking Can Cause

Teenage Drinking – Teenagers as well as parents need to understand why drinking alcohol during teenage years can have repercussions such as alcoholism that can be regretted years down the line. The brain is still developing During teenage years the brain is in at a crucial stage of development. This means that regular drinking, or binge…

Maintaining Sobriety – Part 4

This is the final part of a 4-part piece that is aimed at helping those who have completed inpatient rehab and are working to maintain sobriety as their life progresses. It is important to understand that some days will be far tougher than others. For this reason, we will concentrate on the actions to take…

Thoughts That Tempt A Relapse

Those recovering from drug or alcohol addiction will have regular thoughts about returning to their substance of choice. While this is natural, if allowed to overpower you, relapse will become inevitable. Here are some thoughts that are most common for those going through recovery and how they need to be dealt with. Remembering only the…

The Effects Of Alcohol On A Relationship

A loving, long-term relationship must be based on trust, togetherness as well as give and take. If one partner gets a taste for alcohol this will at the very least put a strain on a relationship, and at worst destroy it. Here are some of the reasons that anyone currently drinking to excess must understand…