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  • Is Getting Drunk and Saying Hurtful Things Normal - an image of a woman drinking beer alone at the bar, staring at the drink in her hand whilst looking serious.

    Is Getting Drunk and Saying Hurtful Things Normal?

    Getting drunk and saying hurtful things is an unpleasant experience; however, it may be more common than you think. In this article, we will discuss the relationship between alcohol consumption and the way we behave. We’ll explain how alcohol impacts the brain and our behaviour, the reasons why we might say hurtful things when we’re drunk,

  • Is there a genetic link to addiction - an illustration of a DNA strand

    Is There a Genetic Link to Addiction?

    With addiction being a common disease that impacts millions across the globe, many people wonder, is there a genetic link to addiction? In this article, we discuss the genetic link to addiction, along with how other influencing factors, such as environment, can also play a pivotal role in addiction development.   Is There a Genetic

  • Does Your Body Reject Alcohol When Pregnant - an image of a woman who is pregnant, with a close up of the bump and a doctor listening to the heartbeat using a stethoscope

    Does Your Body Reject Alcohol When Pregnant?

    In the UK, alcohol is a large part of the culture – whether you drink or not. Not only do you have to worry about binge drinking and potential alcohol addiction, but women seeking to get pregnant or worried about the possibility need to be more aware of the dangers of drinking. Alcohol and pregnancy

  • Person trying to quit vaping

    How to Quit Vaping

    Vaping has become increasingly popular in recent years, especially among young people. Although it is not considered to be as bad as smoking cigarettes, vaping is not without its risks. Vaping contains a number of harmful chemicals and is known to be very addictive, particularly disposable vapes. If you are thinking about quitting vaping, there

  • Doctor checking patient with swollen lymph nodes after drinking

    Are Swollen Lymph Nodes After Drinking Normal?

    When an individual consumes alcohol, a number of effects take place in the body. What’s more, many of these effects can be felt the next day after drinking – depending on how much alcohol is consumed, the type of alcohol consumed and a series of individual factors. One such consequence of drinking is swollen lymph

  • Alcoholic parent holding child

    The Effect of Alcoholic Parents on Children

    The Effect of Alcoholic Parents on Children As parents, we are sure that you will always want to do the best for your children. And a part of that is considering how your actions may inadvertently hurt them. Alcoholism or simply just heavy alcohol abuse often has an impact on your child. You may tell

  • Patient talking to therapist during psychedelic therapy treatment

    How Does Psychedelic Therapy Work?

    What is Psychedelic Therapy? Psychedelic therapy, also known as psychedelic-assisted psychotherapy, or PAP, refers to a therapeutic approach that incorporates the controlled use of psychedelic substances to assist in the treatment of various mental health conditions. These substances typically include substances like psilocybin (found in “magic mushrooms”), lysergic acid diethylamide (LSD), and in some cases,

  • Is Weed More Dangerous than Alcohol? - an image of Alcohol and Marijuana

    Is Weed More Dangerous than Alcohol?

    Have you ever wondered, is weed more dangerous than alcohol? Or maybe the other way around? If so, this is the right place to find answers. This article discusses the differences between these two substances, along with the impacts and associated risks. So, get ready as we try to find out which is more dangerous

  • Close up of a woman with drunkorexia hands

    What is Drunkorexia?

    Drunkorexia is when a person routinely limits the amount they eat before or after they drink alcohol. There are a few different reasons why a person may do this. The first is that alcohol tends to cause a stronger reaction on an empty stomach. So the less you eat, the more you feel intoxicated by

  • Group of people speaking in rehab

    Is Rehab Confidential?

    Rehabilitation is a dedicated treatment programme to help people who suffer from drug or alcohol addiction, and rehab programmes have numerous benefits that can help you lead a normal life with a positive future. However, some people may be concerned about confidentiality and whether rehab is private. It is known that if you are entering