Delirium tremens (DTs) is a form of withdrawal from alcohol and is often severe if left untreated. If someone who heavily depends on alcohol stops drinking suddenly, they may experience DTs symptoms for 2 to 3 days. The symptoms affect the person for a few...

Consider Traveling to New Method Wellness Drug and alcohol addiction can cause havoc to personal, family, and community life. If someone is struggling with alcohol or substance addiction, admitting they have a problem is the first step to recovery. The next step is looking for a...

Consider Traveling to New Method Wellness in San Juan Capistrano, CA In the United States, nearly 20 million people suffer from substance abuse. When we hear substance abuse disorder, we may immediately think of cocaine, methamphetamines, or opioids as the primary culprit. However, alcohol plays a...

Does alcohol increase blood pressure? This question is common among alcohol addicts or patients prone to blood pressure. Drinking very low levels of alcohol may not cause adverse health effects. However, having repeated excessive alcohol can cause sustained high blood pressure. Excessive alcohol consumption is an...

Detoxing is the first phase for people planning to quit alcohol abuse successfully. It flushes out toxins from the liver to prepare patients for the next stage of alcohol addiction treatment — behavioral therapy. Although essential, detox can be the most disastrous stage, especially when done...

In 2020, 10% of persons over the age of 12 had alcohol use disorder in the United States. Characterized by excessive alcohol consumption, this condition contributes to various problems. These include chronic disease, injury, violence, economic burden, job loss, and death. In some cases, alcohol abuse...

In recent years addiction has gained more attention as the country, and the world are facing an unprecedented mental health crisis due to the onset of the COVID-19 pandemic.  There are many types of addiction, both Chemical and Behavioral beyond the ones making the news....

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