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I Can Drink O’Doul’s If I Am In Recovery, Right?

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By Lakeview Health Lakeview Health Meet The Editorial Team Author Alexis Leehan Alexis Leehan Lexie Leehan, CRC is the Alumni and Aftercare Supervisor for Lakeview Health. As an alumna of the program, she truly understands what our patients… read more Published: February 17, 2021 “It’s just an O’Doul’s, it’s OK. Relax, it’s no big deal.

Alcohol Rehab Makes It Possible to Overcome Alcoholism

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Alcoholism is a deadly disease and without the professional help of an alcohol rehab it can be nearly impossible to overcome. Individuals who struggle with the disease of alcoholism live a life full of drama an chaos. Their alcohol intake becomes their main priority and focus. Alcohol rehab can help the suffering alcoholic get their life back.

How Can I Help My Alcoholic Husband?

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Living with an alcoholic partner can be very difficult. Anyone who is struggling with an addiction is undoubtedly struggling with a lot of internal issues, and this can be hard on a relationship. This, coupled with the fact that alcohol is a drug notorious for causing emotional outbursts, irrationality, and memory loss can be very

Is Drinking Rubbing Alcohol Dangerous?

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By Lakeview Health Lakeview Health Meet The Editorial Team Published: October 13, 2020 Rubbing, or isopropanol, alcohol is an example of why not all alcohol is the same. Ingestion of isopropanol is the second most common kind of alcohol poisoning and the most toxic. Most cases of poisoning are accidental, but some drink it as a substitute

Under The Influence of Alcohol at Work?

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By Lakeview Health Lakeview Health Meet The Editorial Team Published: May 1, 2020 Many people are struggling and under the influence of alcohol at work, despite knowing that it will jeopardize their employment, not to mention their families well being? Whether they keep a bottle of vodka in their desk drawer or have a schedule

What Is Alcoholic Dementia?

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By Lakeview Health Lakeview Health Meet The Editorial Team Published: December 7, 2019 If you or a loved one are struggling with alcoholism, you may be wondering about the causes, signs, and symptoms of alcoholic dementia. This condition can be debilitating, and it can be hard to accept that you may on that will lead

Alcoholism Signs

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By Lakeview Health Lakeview Health Meet The Editorial Team Published: December 4, 2019 Addiction to alcohol is one of the most common forms of substance abuse in the United States. Due to its prevalence and the ability to purchase alcohol legally, it is easy for individuals to become addicted to alcohol. This also makes staying

The Dangers of Mommy Drinking Culture: Take This Situation Seriously

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By Lakeview Health Lakeview Health Meet The Editorial Team Published: November 24, 2019 Modern culture has stated that a glass of wine or three is okay and even healthy for mothers. However, the dangers of mommy drinking culture may surprise many who enjoy a drink while interacting with their children. Like with any alcohol abuse,

Does Your Spouse Have a Drinking Problem?

By Lakeview Health Lakeview Health Meet The Editorial Team Published: September 18, 2016 If your spouse has a drinking problem, the first thing to realize is that you’re dealing with a sick person. This difficult situation can be even more troublesome if the two of you have children. It may be hard to comprehend why

How Alcoholism Hurts Families

By Lakeview Health Lakeview Health Meet The Editorial Team Published: September 10, 2016 Alcohol abuse is self-destructive and selfish. When people suffer from alcoholism, they don’t consider that every bad act comes with unintended consequences, which usually harm family and friends. No one’s implying that people with an alcohol addiction intentionally hurt family members. The