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Effects Of Alcohol On Cognition

It is quite interesting to find out how alcohol intake affects cognitive ability. While the effects of alcohol on cognition is dependent on a host of factors which includes, but is not limited to. Nutrition, family history and diet. The effect alcohol exerts on cognition is worthy of note. Effects Of Alcohol On Cognition Recent…

How Obsession and Compulsion Drive Addiction: Part Two

This is part two of a two-part series about obsession and compulsion. In part one of this series, we told you that obsession and compulsion drive addiction. We also talked about obsession. Now, let’s talk about compulsion. Obsessive Thoughts Eventually Lead To Compulsive Action Compulsion is defined as “an irresistible urge to behave in a…

Reasons We Struggle in Early Sobriety

The first days and weeks of sobriety and recovery come with many struggles and difficulties. Just getting through the physical fight for some of us is a real battle. If we have gone through a detox, the illnesses and emotional strains can wear us out. But as we emerge from these first steps and begin…

Coping Skills in Recovery

You do not recover from addiction by not using; you recover by creating a new life where it is easier not to use. This is not an easy task as addiction typically seeps into every aspect of life when active. As part of creating a new life you need to be able to cope with…

Marijuana And Methamphetamine’s Are Popular In Wellington, New Zealand

Wellington, New Zealand Is A Hotbed For Drug Use Drug addiction is a worldwide phenomenon. There is no populated area in the world that has been untouched. This is also true of Wellington, New Zealand. One report from the New Zealand Alcohol and Drug Use Survey suggested that 49 percent of all New Zealand adults…