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The Meaning of Chest Pain After Drinking Alcohol

Chest pains can occur for many reasons, and they should never be ignored. Overexertion, injuries, and viruses are three of the many potential causes of this form of discomfort. Some people also experience chest pain...

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Are Yellow Eyes from Drinking Alcohol?

Chronic alcohol abuse can have a dramatic impact on a person’s appearance. Possible consequences include significant weight gain, bloating, dull grey skin, bloodshot eyes, dry and thin hair, and reddening around the nose and cheeks....

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Why Do Some People Become Addicted to Drugs While Others Don’t?

Some people consume moderate amounts of alcohol on a regular basis, but never lose their ability to control how often or how much they drink. Others are unable to have “just a few drinks” without...

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Where Are Kids Hiding Drugs? It May Be in Plain Sight

When a person becomes addicted to alcohol or another drug, they will be compelled to use the substance frequently. This means they will have a powerful urge to be near the substance, even in places...

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List of What to Bring to Rehab

You’ve completed the phone assessment and been accepted into treatment. Your insurance company has approved your stay, and the facility has scheduled your intake. All you need to do now is pack a bag. But...

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Why Does My Face Turn Red When I Drink Alcohol?

Drinking alcohol is associated with certain predictable effects, such as impaired coordination, diminished inhibitions, and a change in mood. For some people, alcohol has an additional effect. It causes the skin on their face to...

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Common Household Items Used as Drug Paraphernalia

If you fear that someone you care about has been using drugs, you may be looking for physical, emotional, or behavioral signs of substance abuse. You should also pay attention to what types of items...

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How to Stop Enabling A Loved One’s Alcoholism

It can be difficult to offer support to a loved one with alcohol use disorder (AUD) without enabling their addiction. You may believe you are helping when in fact, you are enabling. How can you...

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What is the Difference Between IOP and PHP?

Two types of addiction treatment programs you will encounter when you are exploring your addiction treatment options. While IOP and PHP programs may seem similar, there are some key differences you need to understand to...

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The Struggles Veterans Face After Leaving the Military

Leaving the military after serving one’s country is never an easy decision. In some cases, the individual may not have a choice, like if they are seriously injured and can no longer perform their duties....

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