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Signs of Alcohol Overdose: Symptoms and What to Do
Alcohol, despite being widely available, is a potentially dangerous substance -- accounting for 1 in every 20 deaths worldwide. It is no wonder then that…
What is Wet Brain?
For heavy alcohol drinkers, long-term alcohol use and binge drinking can lead to lasting impairments and effects on brain function related to poor nutrition. People…
Is Addiction Hereditary?
Two people can undergo the same back surgery and will be prescribed the same opioid painkillers for their recovery. However, in many cases, one of…
Defining Alcoholism
Alcoholism is an addictive disorder in which the primary substance of abuse is alcohol. To define alcoholism, we typically consider the behavior and symptoms associated…
Ohio Statistics: Drugs and Overdoses
All over the United States, drug overdoses have been rising due to the global pandemic. The 12 months between May 2019 and May 2020 was…
What are Delirium Tremens?
Alcohol withdrawal syndrome is the name used to describe the symptoms that ensue when a person who is a heavy drinker tries to cut back…
What is a High Functioning Alcoholic?
When you think of someone with alcoholism, you may picture someone who is always falling-down-drunk or whose life is in shambles. While that can be…
How Long Does It Take to Detox?
Any substance someone may be addicted may require detoxification, which involves removing addictive substances from the body. You may be asking yourself, “How long does…
What to Expect From an Alcohol Detox
Despite being legal, alcohol is actually an incredibly dangerous drug. There's a lot of potential for addiction and the process of withdrawing from alcohol is…
Fighting Alcoholism While Avoiding Covid-19
Everyone is encouraged to stay at home during the COVID-19 coronavirus outbreak. However, this can prove very dangerous for those struggling with alcoholism. DreamLife Recovery, in…
Is Medication-Assisted Detox Treatment Is Right for You?
Each day in the United States, over 130 people die from overdosing on opioids. The drug crisis in America kills more people each year than gun violence, car crashes or Aids.…