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Tag Archives: drinking
Lunchtime Drinking: Watch For These Signs
Workplace stress is an unfortunate norm: 40% of workers report their jobs are very or extremely stressful. That leaves some professions at the mercy of lunchtime drinking. Tourism, real estate and law are especially vulnerable to lunchtime drinking affecting recovery … Continue reading
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What Causes a Hangover?
Your mouth is dry, your head is pounding, and the nausea has stopped you in your tracks. Although these symptoms may present themselves as the worst flu bug you’ve ever had, in most situations, if you had a few too … Continue reading
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Celebrating Halloween Without the Boos
It’s about to be Halloween again! Halloween has become a popular drinking occasion, but it doesn’t have to be one. If you’re one of those people who just loves the Halloween season, there’s a lot you can to do celebrate it without … Continue reading
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What Is Secondhand Drinking and How to Prevent It
You’ve undoubtedly heard about second hand smoking, but what about second hand drinking? Second hand drinking is a rather advanced concept, but when understood, it makes absolute sense.
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Emotional Drinking vs. Alcoholism
Is there a difference between an emotional drinker and an alcoholic? Both are very similar, but one tends to lead into the other. Here’s what you need to know.
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Summertime Spike in Teen Alcohol Abuse
It’s the summer months, and the teens are out of school. But what are they doing? Studies have shown that the summer months can lead to a substantial spike in teen drinking, for a variety of reasons. Here’s what you … Continue reading
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Are Wealthy Professionals Most Likely to Drink?
There is no “one type” of alcoholic. In fact, the stereotype of an alcoholic is very unlikely to be true. Studies have shown that wealthy and successful professionals may be the most likely to drink. Addiction can run in very … Continue reading
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Tips for Staying Sober in College
When you’re recovering from addiction, going to college can present certain challenges. Some college kids engage in drinking on a regular basis, but you can continue working toward sober living as a student. Keep the following tips in mind so … Continue reading
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Sober is the New Black: Reasons Why Fewer Millennials Are Drinking
Recent studies have shown that fewer millennials are drinking compared to other generations. Instead, millennials are focused on other activities that do not involve alcohol or drinking. If you are in recovery or committed to sober living, this means that … Continue reading
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