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What Is Being Dry Drunk?

Dry drunk may seem contradictory since a person cannot be dry and drunk simultaneously. Instead, the meaning of “dry drunk” refers to a person’s susceptibility to relapsing from sobriety. Understanding the symptoms of dry drunk syndrome is helpful to know if you or a loved one may be at risk of relapse. The sooner you get …

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What Is Wet Brain?

Wet brain syndrome (WBS) is a severe health issue that often goes undiagnosed because its symptoms resemble other health conditions, and many people are unfamiliar with it. Various issues can cause WBS, but it is most often related to long-term alcohol misuse. If you or someone you know struggles with alcohol addiction along with cognitive …

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Reasons Why Alcoholic Cardiomyopathy is Dangerous

Alcohol addiction can impact your physical health as well as your mental well-being. One such potential risk of alcohol use disorder is alcoholic cardiomyopathy, a condition that can lead to heart failure. It can even develop in otherwise healthy people. If you drink heavily and have unexplained fatigue or shortness of breath that worsens over …

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Coping with COVID: Managing the Mental Strain

It’s no secret that the impact of COVID-19 has been significant, both to societies and individuals. We’ve had to adjust routines and expectations, take on new responsibilities, and manage stress caused by anxiety and isolation. Some people have had to face the death or serious illness of loved ones or manage their own physical symptoms. The …

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Does Alcohol Effect Anxiety and Depression?

People drink alcohol for many reasons, including consciously or unconsciously trying to address the symptoms of anxiety and depression. It can work temporarily, which is why people continue to do it. Unfortunately, however, it can be counterproductive over time and leave people more anxious and depressed than before they began to drink.Learn more about co-occurring …

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