Is Staying Sober That Easy?

A lot of people fail in their attempt to remain sober. Yet others say that staying sober is easy. The fact is that statistics suggest that relapse rates might be as high as 75% in an individual’s first year of recovery. Furthermore, the majority of these will return to addiction within a few weeks of Read More…

Effects of Mixing Alcohol with Ecstasy

Ecstasy, also known as MDMA, is a synthetic drug. It’s effects are similar to some hallucinogens and stimulants. A lot of individuals who take Ecstasy tend to take it with a variety of other drugs, including alcohol. So what happens when Ecstasy and alcohol are mixed? The Effects of Ecstasy and Alcohol When Ecstasy is Read More…

Teen Alcohol Games

Alcohol Games Can Impact Teen Bingeing

Binge drinking occurs in underage and young drinkers usually when they are playing drinking games. Such games can lead to alcohol poisoning and even death. Parents need to be aware of these games played by teens and young people, both in real life and online on social media. Statistics show that approximately 90% of alcohol Read More…

Treating Young Adults Facing Addiction

Surveys show that young adults between the ages of 18 to 25 are more likely to abuse drugs, more than any other age group. It is a fact that different demographics require different approaches to addiction treatment. Young adults have their own sets of habits and psychology, therefore putting them in the same treatment program Read More…

The Best Way to Get Rid of a Hangover

There are many cures and remedies available for hangovers. However there is little to no scientific evidence to support their effectiveness. In fact, scientists don’t know what causes alcohol hangovers. So what is the best way to get rid of a hangover? Or to prevent one? Getting Rid of a Hangover Time This is usually Read More…

Alcohol Abuse Dangers

Why Alcohol Abuse is Dangerous

Most people know that alcohol abuse and alcoholism can be extremely harmful when left unchecked. The hazards of excessive drinking and alcoholism are well known. An estimated 3 million people die from alcohol each year and alcoholism is one of the leading causes of death in the United States. The body can only process a Read More…