Alcohol Addiction

14 08, 2018

Alcohol—The Biggest Drug Threat in America

2018-11-29T16:55:45+00:00August 14th, 2018|0 Comments

Did you know that alcohol is the biggest drug threat in the world? Alcohol—The Biggest Drug Threat in America That’s not an exaggeration, because in sheer numbers, alcohol is the most used, most abused, and deadliest intoxicant – by far. Alcohol is also involved in more crimes and more accidents than any other drug. Look at some of the [...]

4 08, 2018

Life After a DUI: How to Bounce Back

2018-11-26T16:15:04+00:00August 4th, 2018|3 Comments

How can this be happening? I’ve never even been pulled over, and now I’m being arrested for a DUI? We were just supposed to spend a fun night as friends. I didn’t even drink that much. That wasn’t supposed to happen. This is the worst night of my life. This scenario happens more often than you would think. In [...]

1 05, 2018

What We Can Learn from WWE Diva Eva Marie and Her Battle with Alcoholism

2018-11-06T16:47:19+00:00May 1st, 2018|0 Comments

Eva Marie has enjoyed considerable professional success – as a professional wrestler, as a featured “Total Diva” for World Wrestling Entertainment, as a fitness model, and most recently, as an actress. But before she HAD it all, almost LOST it all because of the consequences of her alcohol addiction. In in her own words, Eva Marie says, “I’m an [...]

18 04, 2018

Cross Faded: When You’re Drunk AND Stoned

2018-11-29T16:16:05+00:00April 18th, 2018|0 Comments

Cross Faded: When You’re Drunk AND Stoned When you are high and drunk at the same time, you are said to be “cross faded”. And although that may SOUND like a lot of fun, the truth is mixing alcohol and marijuana can be a spectacularly bad idea. What is Cross Fading? “It’s apples and vegetables. [...]

6 04, 2018

April Is Alcohol Awareness Month 2018 in Washington State

2018-11-06T16:48:06+00:00April 6th, 2018|0 Comments

This April marks the 32nd annual observance of Alcohol Awareness Month in Washington State and throughout the rest of the country. Since 1987, every April is set aside for a month-long series of alcohol awareness events offered at every community level – city, county, state, and national. Locally, churches, schools, colleges, and other organizations within the community will be [...]

1 01, 2018

The Potential for Abuse and Risks Involved with Methadone and Buprenorphine Treatments

2018-01-04T06:01:44+00:00January 1st, 2018|0 Comments

Methadone and buprenorphine are often used to treat opioids addictions; however, they, too, can be abused. In fact, these drugs have quite a high abuse potential. They can easily become addictive, and users can become dependent on them within a short period of time. In worst-case scenarios, they can even lead to fatal overdoses. In fact, methadone caused 1 [...]

24 12, 2017

Dry January – An International Phenomenon

2017-12-15T05:14:50+00:00December 24th, 2017|0 Comments

One Woman Sparks A Global Campaign To Raise Alcohol Awareness In 2011, Emily Robinson decided to give up drinking for the month of January to get prepared for a marathon she was running in February of that same year. Since then, her idea to get sober every first month of the year has turned into a global phenomenon that [...]

1 09, 2017

How Drunk Driving Accidents Effect Those Involved: Physically, Psychologically and Emotionally

2017-10-13T20:10:30+00:00September 1st, 2017|0 Comments

Most people probably think that only those who have a blood alcohol content (BAC) of 0.08%, which is the legal BAC content limit set by all 50 states for driving under the influence (DUI), are likely to be intoxicated enough to cause a drunk driving accident. The truth is, any amount of alcohol in a person’s system can hamper his [...]

12 08, 2017

The Dangers of Mixing Alcohol with Other Drugs

2017-08-11T14:46:16+00:00August 12th, 2017|0 Comments

Mixing alcohol with other drugs is incredibly dangerous. In fact, many people lose their lives because of it. Quite often, people fail to recognize the dangers of mixing alcohol with different types of drugs. Individuals who abuse drugs will frequently use alcohol as a magnifier when they use drugs. Others do so without realizing the ramifications of their actions. It’s [...]

27 07, 2017

31 Signs You’re a Functional Alcoholic

2017-06-28T15:47:00+00:00July 27th, 2017|0 Comments

Being a functional alcoholic carries with it an ability to participate in the activities of everyday life. A family, a job, and a strong network of friends are all common among this type of alcoholism. But don’t be fooled – functional alcoholism can end up being just as dangerous to your health as any other type. What Is Functional Alcoholism? [...]