ALCOHOL ABUSE

Ren in Alcohol
February 24, 2021

Alcohol Misuse and Cancer Risk—Another Reason to Put the Bottle Down

For some time it was thought that alcohol misuse contributed to cancer risk. What does current science say about this? And most importantly, what can people who are addicted to alcohol do to avoid cancer risk?

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Ren in Sobriety
February 15, 2021

The Health Benefits of Giving Up Alcohol For Good

Alcohol is one of the few consumable items that most Americans partake in that has zero health benefits and several health risks. What are some of the health benefits of giving up alcohol for good?

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Three Key Steps to Focus on While Overcoming Alcoholism

Each individual's steps to overcome alcoholism are not necessarily universal, and no one form of treatment works for every person.

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Ren in Alcohol
January 27, 2021

What Is the True Cost of Alcohol?

Alcohol consumption is an accepted aspect of American culture. It would be wise to temper this notion however because alcohol consumption comes with a long list of harmful effects.

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Growing Need for Alcohol Intervention Explained

Alcohol abuse is an on-going issue in the United States. The problem impacts millions of Americans. According to the 2019 National Survey on Drug Use and Health, among people aged 12 or older, 50.8% or 139.7 million Americans had consumed alcohol in the past month.

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Ren in Alcohol
January 24, 2021

How Alcohol Consumption During Winter Leads to Added Risk

Alcohol consumption presents a long list of risks, especially when people drink to excess. According to research, those risks are exacerbated during the winter months. What about drinking alcohol in the winter makes it more dangerous?

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What is Alcohol Addiction and Does Alcohol Intervention Help?

An alcohol intervention is one of the most common interventions performed because of how stubborn and uncooperative alcoholics become. Hiring a professional interventionist increases success and is beneficial to the family as well as the alcoholic. Alcohol intervention does help, and here are some reasons why.

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Alcohol Intervention and Having a Successful Intervention

An alcohol intervention is a professionally led meeting with the help of an interventionist to discuss a loved one's drinking behaviors and how it impacts them and the people around them.

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Ren in Alcohol
November 14, 2020

Heavy Drinking and Its Connection to Dementia

Though alcohol consumption has been all but completely normalized in American society, every year it seems we find more harmful effects connected to drinking. For example, research shows that heavy drinking in one's youth can lead to dementia in one's elderly years, only one of a host of other mental and physical problems that can occur.

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