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Benzos for Alcohol Withdrawal: Treatment and Side-Effects

Alcohol addiction is a chronic disease that plagues the lives of millions of individuals around the world. Alcohol dependence can develop into an alcohol use disorder in which a person consumes excessive alcohol. If an individual tries to quit drinking, they are at risk of experiencing withdrawal symptoms.  Due to alcohol withdrawal syndrome, a person … Read more

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Depression: How Long Does it Last

Depression is a common type of mood disorder. Individuals affected by depression experience various conditions such as sadness, lack of attraction to everything, bad feelings, and weird mood swings. Bipolar disorder, unipolar disorder, seasonal affective disorder, persistent depressive disorder, and postpartum depression are different types of depression. Major depressive disorder, and major depression, is a … Read more

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Unipolar Depression: Risk Factors & Treatment Options

A severe form of depression characterized by sadness or irritability that affects sleep patterns, energy level, and either weight gain or loss is known as unipolar depression. Unipolar depression is one of the most prevalent mental health problems, affecting roughly 8% of adults in the US annually. The National Institute of Mental Health estimates that … Read more

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The Role of the Family in Substance Abuse Recovery

When you have finished therapy, you are ready to start a better future with the help of your family. Use what you’ve learned and the love and encouragement of your friends to forge a new course.  Create a happier, more supportive atmosphere at home for everyone, not just the one suffering from mental illness or … Read more

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How to Safely Detox From Alcohol At Home

The detoxification process is the first step in the treatment of alcohol use disorder (AUD). During the alcohol detox stage, alcohol is completely flushed out from the system.  Withdrawal symptoms normally fade after 1-2 weeks of beginning the detox process; however, depending on the severity of your AUD, this might take longer.  After the completion … Read more

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Librium and Alcohol – Uses, Dosage, Effects of Drug Interactions

Librium is the brand name for Chlordiazepoxide, and it is approved by the FDA (Food and Drug Administration). The drug is prescribed to treat several anxiety disorders and the symptoms brought on by acute alcohol withdrawal. This drug is a prescription medication and considered as a benzodiazepine – some other benzodiazepines include: Lorazepam (Ativan) Alprazolam … Read more

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The Link Between Depression and Alcoholism

There is a significant connection between alcohol and depression.The relationship between the two can be so strong that one symptom of depression might be drinking excessively. Alcohol and depression are linked in numerous ways, as evidenced by the statistics that show how many people experience both issues. Alcohol is a common cause of both depression … Read more

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What Effect Does Alcohol Have on Diflucan?

Diflucan may be prescribed for fungal infections such as oral thrush or other yeast infections. It is a medication that may have interactions with other drugs you might consume along with it.  Therefore, being careful about what you eat and drink while on Diflucan is necessary. Keep reading to find out whether or not it … Read more

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Drinking on Wellbutrin: The Side Effects, Risks, and Dangers

If you’re considering taking the antidepressant Wellbutrin, you’re probably wondering, “What Is It?” The drug has many uses and side effects, but you might wonder, “Is it a good idea for me?” Before taking this medicine, you need to know the benefits and risks of the medication. The medication is effective for treating anxiety in … Read more

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Is Alcohol a Depressant?

Though it might have energizing effects, alcohol is a depressant substance. Alcohol impacts your central nervous system (CNS), which alters how your brain and your body’s nerves interact. Depressants affect gamma-aminobutyric acid (GABA), a neurotransmitter that slows down brain activity. This could result in adverse side effects like relaxation, tiredness, slurred speech, diminished inhibition, and … Read more

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