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Breaking the Cycle of Anxiety and Alcoholism

Millions of Americans suffer from social anxiety disorder and generalized anxiety disorder. Both of these disorders make it much more likely for people to struggle with alcohol addiction. Anxiety and addiction are both serious mental health disorders that can have a profound impact on a person’s life. The relationship between anxiety disorders and alcohol is …

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Rebuilding Relationships Damaged by Addiction

Addiction is one of the most common culprits of suffering relationships. While you cannot spend the rest of your life feeling bad about your past actions, it is important to recognize that your relationships may have been badly damaged by your substance abuse disorder. In recovery, you must make amends to the people you have harmed. …

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Negative Outlook on Past Can Increase Risk for Substance Abuse

If you have a negative perspective of the past, you may be at a higher risk for substance abuse disorder. Individuals with a more positive outlook on their past are more likely to stay away from substances.It’s important to address any negative feelings you have about your past as part of your recovery from substance …

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The Challenges of the First Year Sober

If you have relied on alcohol or drugs for any length of time to escape from reality or to relieve bad feelings, learning to live sober can be very challenging. The intense symptoms of withdrawal from substance use disorder are only the beginning. Although you may wish you could just get through detox and then live happily ever after, …

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Common Stress Within Armed Service Members

A new flexible patch developed by the University of Massachusetts could track stress and fatigue among members of the U.S. Armed Forces. The technology is similar to that many professional and amateur athletes use to track heart rates and calories burned during workouts. But instead of tracking a relatively short-term workout, the patch designed by UMass …

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