Category: Alcohol Addiction

Alcohol addiction is a chronic disease identified by uncontrolled drinking and dependence on alcohol. Those addicted to alcohol often use it to cope with the stresses of life or mental health issues. Breaking the cycle of alcohol addiction can be very difficult, but is possible with the right treatment program.

The alcohol addiction blogs will focus on all things related to alcohol and its abuse. There will be a variety of resources available for individuals suffering from alcohol addiction. There will also be many resources available for friends and family members that are looking to understand the disease of addiction that their loved one is dealing with.

The Northbound Treatment blogs will often contain a blend of many different viewpoints. Therefore, it is not recommended to be used as professional medical advice. If you believe that you or someone you love is suffering from substance abuse or mental illness, you should speak with your doctor.  However, if you do not have a doctor, we can help offer you recommendations based on your own personal situation. Please give us a call at (866) 511-2458 to discuss your options. 

What Are the Stages of Alcoholism?

Alcoholism is a chronic, progressive disease in which an individual can’t control their drinking due to a physical and psychological dependence on alcohol. One person’s …

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What Is Sober Living?

When it comes to addiction, getting sober is only half the journey. For many, transitioning out of a residential rehab program can be both freeing …

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Common Alcoholic Personality Traits & Changes

Alcoholism is a chronic disease that progresses from problematic drinking to severe, uncontrollable alcohol abuse. Physical and psychological dependence on alcohol can lead to a …

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Signs‌ ‌of‌ ‌Binge‌ ‌Drinking‌ ‌

Binge drinking involves drinking to a point where your blood alcohol level is .08 grams percent or above. This typically equates to four standard alcoholic …

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Binge Drinking Treatment

Binge drinking is a risky behavior that can easily lead to alcoholism. Although typically viewed in a social light, a single instance of binge drinking …

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