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94 Queen's Promenade, Blackpool, FY2 9NS

 

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Tel: 01253 847 553
Email: info@oceanrecoverycentre.com

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    Does Blackpool Have the Worst Drink Problem in the UK?

    Tourists flock to Blackpool all year round to enjoy the famous pleasure beach, coastline, nightlife and iconic tower. Despite being a traditional seaside town, Blackpool has the highest levels of alcoholism in the UK.   Alcohol Addiction in Blackpool The amount of people being treated for alcohol addiction is three times the national average. 32

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    No Alcohol November

    Is There Any Science Behind Not Drinking for a Month? Regular excessive drinking is always unhealthy, but as we head into the Christmas season, this behaviour is not only normalised but expected as part of the celebrations. As part of this, many people choose to partake in no alcohol November also known as dry November.

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    How Do I Find An Addiction Recovery Sponsor?

    It’s completely normal to feel scared about the prospect of private rehabilitation treatment coming to an end. After all, this is when most people experience obstacles and temptations. But there is plenty of help out there – one of these being local meetings in the community like Alcoholics Anonymous. A close-knit group of recovered and

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    How Bad is Blackpool’s Drug Problem?

    Dubbed the Drug Death Capital of England, it’s been revealed that Blackpool has some of the highest rates of deaths associated with drug misuse in England and Wales. All over the UK, drug deaths are rising but Lancashire appears to have a particularly tough challenge when it comes to cracking down on addiction and abuse.

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    5 Ways Alcohol Destroys Relationships

    In the UK, we have a drinking culture that often portrays alcohol as a bit of harmless fun – even when used in excess. In most cases, drinking in moderation is relatively harmless, but alcohol misuse can have serious consequences. In England, alcohol is the leading cause of ill-health, disability, and death among people aged

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    How Long Does Drug-induced Psychosis Last?

    Substance misuse can lead to a long list of physical and mental health issues. Some are more associated with chronic or long-term use, while others can occur at any time. Overdose is a serious physical risk associated with many types of drug use. One of the most serious psychological or mental health risks is drug-induced

  • Man behind frosted class with his hand holding his head looking down

    Can Drugs Cause Depression?

    The human mind is a very complicated thing, and it is very delicate. Any change in the brain’s chemistry can cause serious issues such as the development of depression. But most people begin to abuse drugs because they already have a pre-existing mental health problem. This is because getting a formal diagnosis for a mental

  • Whiskey being poured into small glass with ice

    Does Alcohol Reduce Life Expectancy?

    In the UK, there is a big drinking culture that leads to many people drinking more than they should and more often than they should. Because this behaviour is normalised, it can make it difficult for you to be able to identify when you are engaging in excessive drinking. Women and men are advised to

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    What is Mary Jane?

    With many different names used to describe marijuana including weed, pot, ganja, sativa, bud, grass, or dope, Mary Jane is just another slang word for cannabis. Marijuana refers to the dried leaves, flowers, stems, and seeds of the Cannabis Sativa plant, which contains a psychoactive chemical which can alter your mind. Cannabis plant material can

  • partner has a porn addiction

    My Partner Has A Porn Addiction

    Is your partner’s porn addiction making you upset and frustrated? Knowing that your partner is addicted to porn may make you feel ashamed, angry and worthless. You think they aren’t attracted to you, and you’re not enough. The good news is that porn addiction is treatable. With the right help, your partner can break free