Women and Wine: The Current Mommy Wine Culture

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In today’s society, especially with the current pandemic, we are seeing an increase in drinking within the media. From drinks being shared with friends out at a bar to encouraging drinking at home to unwind, we are constantly exposed to alcohol consumption. One pairing we are consistently seeing is women and wine. Women are constantly

Benefits of a Women’s Rehab Center

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Data from the Substance Abuse and Mental Health Service Administration shows that women make up about 1/3 of all rehab admissions. However, just because centers admit fewer females than males does not mean having a separate treatment plan isn’t important. Here are a few benefits of a women’s rehab center you should know about. Addiction

Women with Addictions—The New Normal

Women used to have lower rates of addiction than men. But the gender gap has been shrinking for decades now, especially when it comes to alcohol misuse. An increasing number of women are using alcohol more than women did only a few decades ago, and in “patterns increasingly similar to men’s,” Caren Lissner recently reported

The Power of Female Fellowship in Addiction Treatment

Addiction is a biopsychosocial disorder. It follows that recovering from the disease of addiction requires more than just the cessation of substance use. If the underlying causes of the drug or alcohol misuse are not addressed, the risk of relapse is significant. The aim of residential addiction treatment at Lakeview Health is a full body–mind–spirit

White Paper Underlines Gender-Specific Challenges for Women in Overcoming Opioid Addiction

A recent white paper from the Office on Women’s Health concluded that the prevalence of prescription opioid and heroin use among women is substantial. It provided dramatic statistical data on what kind of impact the opioid addiction epidemic is having on women. “Between 1999 and 2010, overdose deaths from prescription painkillers increased more than 400