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Category Archives: Self-Help

Lesser Discussed Health Issues Excess Alcohol Causes

Alcohol is enjoyed by countless men and women the world over, sadly it is also abused by far too many. Rather than go over commonly discussed ailments that drinking to excess causes, here are some problems that may not be widely publicised, but still have detrimental effects on a person’s health and quality of living:…

Can An App Tell You If You Have Had One Too Many?

Let’s face it, there are more Apps available today than you can shake a stick at. While some are not worth the effort of download there are undoubtedly some of tremendous value. When it comes to alcohol and how much you have consumed, developments for an app to help you understand when it is time…

Verging On An Alcohol Relapse – 5 Things To Tell Yourself

Abstaining from alcohol in the first place is an extremely tough ask for those suffering from a dependence on the demon drink. Taking a straw poll amongst those who have managed to stay sober for any reasonable length of time will show one definite result; the majority have had to fight very hard to remain…

Effects Marijuana Has On The Mind & Body

There is a very good chance that those reading this article will have tried marijuana at some stage in their lives, or know of someone who uses it. Very commonly used: This natural plant is one of the most popular substances on earth. General consensus is that occasional use will do little permanent harm, but…

Fighting Alcoholism With Drugs – Part 2

This is the final part of the 2-article piece on drugs that can help alcoholics either curb or stop drinking completely. The first article discussed Antabuse and Naltrexone. This piece will describe one drug that is approved for use, and a second that may soon be widely accepted by health authorities. Campral: This drug is…