Drinking alcohol, especially binge drinking or drinking alcohol for many years, can cause a lot of adverse effects. It is important to know these effects aren’t the same for everyone. However, there are common effects that can and do happen to people who drink alcohol, sometimes, even when they don’t have an alcohol addiction.
Long-Term Effects of Alcohol on the Kidneys – Kidneys are vital organs that filter toxins from the blood and play other important roles, and generally, require little attention until they begin to fail.
When overcoming a drug or alcohol addiction, there are treatment programs available to help people work through addictive behaviors and learn to develop healthy behaviors and habits. The truth is that many people who try overcoming the addiction on their own usually relapse.
Are you an alcoholic? For some, this question is easily answered. Though, for many others, it can be nearly impossible. The reason that it can be difficult to identify whether or not you have Alcohol Use Disorder (AUD) – known as alcoholism – is because alcohol use is very common.
Let’s get straight to the point here– alcohol use disorder is a disease that eventually has a negative impact on every life it happens to touch. In other words, it’s virtually impossible for an active alcoholic to maintain healthy and mutually beneficial relationships.
Earlier this year, singer and entrepreneur Jessica Simpson made two big announcements. One, she had written a new book about her life. And two, that book is about a drinking and prescription pill problem she has been hiding for years.
Women are twice as likely to suffer from a mental health disorder than men. This statistic encompasses women from all socioeconomic positions, races, and geographical regions.
Snorting Hydrocodone – Hydrocodone (i.e., Vicodin, Norco) is a prescription opioid indicated to treat moderate pain. It is classified as an analgesic (pain reliever) but also acts as a central nervous system (CNS) depressant.