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Does Rehab Work for Drug Addicts?

13th March 2019

Spotting the Signs of Drug Addiction Absolutely anyone can make a turn down the wrong path and face issues with drugs. For some people, seeking help for a drug addiction can be extremely challenging. It can also be a struggle for loved ones who are trying to help and encourage an addict to enter rehab.

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Alcohol and Pregnancy

22nd January 2019

Drinking alcohol during pregnancy If you usually enjoy a drink or two, we understand that it can be frustrating to go tee-total if you’re pregnant, but this is the best and safest approach to adopt to ensure that your baby is safe from harm as it grows and develops. Being pregnant is a great opportunity

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All About Private Alcohol Detox

17th January 2019

Seeking help to address your alcohol addiction is one of the biggest and most important steps you will take during your lifetime. Even before seeking help, there is an emotional process that must be negotiated before you are ready to address your issues and consider private alcohol detox. Firstly, there is the acknowledgement that your

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Commonly Abused Illicit Drugs

16th January 2019

When someone mentions the word drugs, what do you immediately think of? Coffee, tea or alcohol? However, when someone mentions illicit drugs, perhaps the thoughts that run through many people’s mind are very different – and not necessarily negative. Some people have the impression that those who use drugs are glamorous like the celebrities who

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How Do I Help A Drug Addict?

15th January 2019

Early recognition of the signs of addiction is vital in order to stop the slide of a person into something far worse. Drug addiction does not happen to everyone and it does not always happen intentionally. Young people might become acquainted with drugs while socialising and feel under pressure from their peers to fit in

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Alcohol and Mental Health in The UK Armed Forces

9th December 2018

Armed Forces personnel, both currently serving and veterans, can suffer from mental health problems and subsequent alcoholism. Specifically, those that have seen combat are more likely to struggle with mental health issues and alcohol addiction. Combat situations are extremely distressing; many soldiers who have been in battle or witnessed horrific scenes can come back with

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Top 20 Quotes on Mental Health

4th December 2018

Those who struggle with alcohol addiction and drug addiction know how much of a role mental health plays in recovery. The two illnesses are often interlinked; nearly 40% of people addicted to alcohol have a co-existing mental health issue, and 45% of cocaine addicts have a mental health problem. Does poor mental health contribute to

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How Does Alcohol Addiction Affect Society As A Whole?

29th October 2018

Alcohol consumption can have adverse social and economic effects on the individual drinker, the drinker’s immediate environment and society as a whole Alcohol addiction has caused many families, relationships, and marriages to break apart. In many cases it has left a person emotionally broken. There is no doubt that alcohol addiction can be an absolute nightmare

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