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How Can You Recover From Alcohol Addiction?
May 17, 2016
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Recovery lets you sculpture your life the way you want it to be. It is supposed to take you to a happy place from the maze that you are currently stuck in. Alcohol Addiction is like a world size maze. The roads and trials may deceive a path to get out of it but we finally end up letting ourselves deep into the maze, until we desire to come out of it with all our heart. Recovery is the happy phase where you actually solve your life’s mysterious puzzle and feel like the winner at the end!
What happens when you consume alcohol?
When you consume a drink, the alcohol is swiftly absorbed by the blood where twenty percent of it is taken up by your stomach and the rest eighty percent is absorbed in your small intestine. Once the alcohol is absorbed, it plunges into the bloodstream and is spread to every inch of the body.
Liver acts as our savior as the majority (almost ninety percent) of the metabolism where the alcohol is broken down from a toxic material to water and carbon-dioxide. The rest ten percent is taken care by the kidney and lungs where the toxic substance is thrown out of the body through breath, urine or sweat.
Our body keeps working meticulously with its self repair mechanism until the number of drinks we drain are under control. On an average the liver can break only a certain quantity of toxic substance like alcohol per hour. When alcohol is consumed at a rate higher than that with which our liver can cope, the physical effects of alcohol become evident. This phenomenon is keyed by the term Blood Alcohol Concentration (BAC).
Physical Influence of Alcohol Addiction:
Alcohol becomes poisonous when the Blood Alcohol Concentration in a person reaches a level of 0.35 or more. In this case the person may fall into a coma or even die sometimes. Long term Alcohol Addiction may leave a permanent mark in our lives. Alcoholism shrinks our brain and its potential functions get disrupted due to this.
A very common disorder that affects the people addicted to alcohol is the Wernicke-Korsakoff syndrome. A disturbing fact about this syndrome is that only twenty percent of the cases are identified before death. The Wernicke-Korsakoff syndrome often causes permanent brain damage in a person who has acquired it.
Recovery – The Path Towards Glory:
All it takes to attain this glory of recovery is to take a small step towards it. No matter how tiny the step is, your involvement in quitting alcohol will help you to detach yourselves from the cobwebs of your life. Recovery may seem to be a tiresome journey but all you need to make it easy is to start believing that you can reach the goal.
Acknowledge the problem:
One of the first and foremost steps in quitting alcohol is to first admit that you have become an alcoholic. Denying this fact will not help you or the people who love you by any way. Acknowledging this fact requires you to be brave and gives you enough strength to face the problem.Read more...Addiction Recovery

March 6, 2017
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November 22, 2017
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The hardest part is, with drug or alcohol addiction, relapse is common and even expected. But thankfully, as recovery progresses, addicts usually have an easier time bouncing back after falling off the wagon. In the battle against alcohol, relapses happen, and no one who suffers one should feel overly discouraged or depressed. Don't be hurry, slow and steady is the key when you have been drinking a long time. Talk with people who are successfully recover from their addiction. Read motivational blogs article.
Here are some-
https://medlineplus.gov/ency/article/000764.htm
https://www.webmd.com/mental-health/addiction/alcohol-withdrawal-symptoms-treatments#1
http://www.addictionrehabcente.....ification/

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