Whats the difference between alcohol abuse

What’s the Difference Between Alcohol Abuse and Alcoholism?

Are you concerned your drinking is becoming excessive or unhealthy? If you’re worried about your drinking habits or witnessing concerning alcohol consumption in a loved one, you’re not alone. One in eight Americans meets the criteria for an alcohol abuse disorder. People tend to use the terms “alcohol abuse” and “alcoholism” interchangeably, but these two…

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Alcohol and Hair Loss – How They Are Linked

Hair loss is common among Americans, especially in men. By the age of 35, two-thirds of American males experience some degree of hair loss. However, 40% of the 80 million Americans experiencing hair loss are women. To understand why so many people are experiencing hair loss, it’s necessary to look at various factors, including genetics,…

Physical Signs of Long-term alcohol abuse

Physical Signs of Long-Term Alcohol Abuse

7 Signs of Long-Term Alcohol Abuse Binge-drinking, high-intensity drinking, and alcohol use disorder are highly prevalent in the United States. Drinking is commonplace in many social situations, from gatherings with friends to social work gatherings, dates, etc. As a result, it can be easy to get swept up in excessive drinking, and many people see…

Is Detox Necessary for Alcoholics?

While many of the more common perceptions regarding drugs indicate the need for detox, most are unaware as to whether or not similar medical treatment is required for alcohol addiction. The reality is that true alcoholics can undergo painful and potentially fatal withdrawal symptoms that absolutely necessitate medical oversight during the withdrawal process. Alcoholics Need…

Addiction can start early - FHE

Training for Addiction

From the moment we’re born we are in training. We’re really good at it. Through a combination of genetic disposition and observation we learn to walk and we learn to talk. But we’re also picking up less obvious things. That baby in the high chair watching its parents is observing their interaction. It’s learning about…