Alcoholic and alcoholism

How alcohol battles killed David Cassidy's father and destroyed his own life too

How alcohol battles killed David Cassidy's father and destroyed his own life too His father's alcohol-related death profoundly shocked and upset the actor. A number of drink-driving incidents brought Cassidy's alcoholism to public attention. November 22, 2017 08:50 GMT Jack Cassidy was drinking heavily on his own the night he died: 11 December 1976. Having failed to meet up with his ex-wife he arranged a date with Tony-award winning singer Donna Theodore. The pair partied at a Los Angeles nightclub until Theodore, who became increasingly uncomfortable at his erratic behaviour throughout the night, asked to be brought home. Jack continued to drink in bars across West Hollywood and drunkenly...

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Book Review: Psychological Theories of Drinking and Alcoholism, Howard T. Blane and Kenneth E. Leonard (Editors), New York: Guilford Press, 1987

Stanton reviews the entire scope of psychological theorizing in the field of alcoholism. He finds that these theories are robust and disprove many assumptions about the pharmacological determinants of alcoholism and the disease nature of alcoholic behavior. But he also notes (along with the volume's editors!) how the theories ignore the major determinants of alcoholic behavior--e.g., alternative opportunities, values, and associations in people's lives. Moreover, he is stunned that the one larger theoretical model of addiction presented in the volume--opponent-process--consists entirely of stories from AA, omits any reference to data, and breezily espouses an abstinence only approach--...

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Diet for Recovering Alcoholics,

Excessive alcohol consumption inhibits the body’s ability to absorb nutrients, dramatically influences the diet of the heavy drinker and can result in severe malnutrition. A recovering alcoholic must not only cease using alcohol and carefully wean the body from its physical effects, but also repair the body through nutrition to reverse some of the negative affects of heavy consumption. A healthy diet, complete with supplements recommended by your doctor, can go a long way toward restoring normal body function. Alcoholic Diet The consumption of alcohol tricks the body into thinking it’s been fed by providing the calories that would otherwise come from more nutrient-rich food. As drinking...

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Non-Alcoholic Beer Can Alcoholics Drink It In Recovery?

One of these beers is non-alcoholic. Can you tell which one? (Natalya Okorokova/Shutterstock) Alcoholics in recovery may agree on the necessity of spiritual principles, but no shortage of topics continues to divide us. After all, we are but humans. We each form our own views and opinions on various topics, whether related to alcoholism or not. But there is at least one topic related directly to alcoholism that continues to prove divisive. It may not be the biggest issue out there, but to some it is still a very important one. The issue in question? Whether or not we can get away with drinking non-alcoholic beer without giving up our sobriety. Those who don’t know much about non-alcoholic...

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Alcohol, alcoholism and alcohol addicts: conceptions and attitudes of nurses from district basic health centers

On-line version ISSN 1518-8345Rev. Latino-Am. Enfermagem vol.16 no.spe Ribeirão Preto July/Aug. 2008 http://dx.doi.org/10.1590/S0104-11692008000700007  Alcohol, alcoholism and alcohol addicts: conceptions and attitudes of nurses from district basic health centers , Margarita Ant...

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Alcohol Abuse Has Been the Cause of Many a Divorce

Divorce May Not Be Your Only Option....

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Alcohol Addiction (Alcoholism) - Axis Residential Treatment

When Use Becomes AddictionModerate consumption of alcohol, in which a user has complete control over consumption and doesn...

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If Drinking Starts at Puberty, It s More Likely to Lead to Alcohol Problems,

Taking your first drink in your early teens may put you at greater risk of developing alcohol problems later on, according to new research.The study adds to work suggesting that early start to substance use may be particularly dangerous...

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Can an Alcoholic Ever Drink Again?, 12 Keys Rehab

Can an Alcoholic Ever Drink Again?Quitting drinking alcohol is a marathon, not a sprint. After weeks or months of sobriety, it may seem possible to return to social drinking. Having a beer or two with some friends may not seem like a problem, but in the case of alcoholism, it is. Even one drink can mean losing years of progress on maintaining a sober lifestyle.Can alcoholics drink again after they have sobered up? No. The path to recovery from alcoholism is long and avoidance of drinking is the key to success. Even one drink can lead down a path to more and more drinks.It can be tempting when you see others able to drink in moderation. You might think, “Hey, I’ve shown I can stop myself...

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Is Non-Alcoholic Beer a Safe Option for Alcoholics? - Luxury Drug Alcohol Rehab CenterLuxury Drug Alcohol Rehab Center

Is Non-Alcoholic Beer a Safe Option for Alcoholics?Alcoholics who are new to recovery commonly wonder whether or not it is okay to drink non-alcoholic beverages. On the surface, it does not seem entirely unreasonable to think that one should be allowed to consume non-alcoholic drinks.Despite the illusion of harmlessness, there are some solid reasons why those in recovery should not be drinking non-alcoholic beverages. Considering the wealth of choices out there, it is unwise to put yourself in a position that could lead to a potential trigger situation.What Are Non-Alcoholic Beverages?Alcohol-free, or non-alcoholic beverages, come in a variety of types. The most common versions are...

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