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Urinary ascites after an alcohol binge: An uncommon treatable cause of acute kidney injury PMC

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The Most Brutally Honest Films About Addiction

ContentOne Hit Away: A Memoir of RecoveryHow to Murder Your Life by Cat MarnellVideos Tagged “Addiction Memoir”Busy Living SoberTips From a Ria Coach: What is “Accountability” in Recovery?Alcohol Explained by William Porter Quit Like a Woman is a sobriety book that delves into the toxic culture of alcohol in society—and specifically, its impact on women. In the book, Holly Whitaker speaks on the irony of a world that glorifies alcohol yet looks down on people who get sick from using it. Alcohol Explained is a spectacularly helpful guide on alcohol and alcoholism. Author William Porter uses the science of the brain...

Medicines To Treat Alcohol Use Disorder

ContentsAlcohol Detox Near MeInternal Triggers for Alcohol ConsumptionAlcohol is a stimulantCommon Causes of Alcoholism As such, people may want to sober up to lessen these effects and try to prevent a hangover. You might reach for alcohol when you’re really just thirsty, says Crews. Drink a cup of soothing tea or a tall glass of water before you imbibe—once your thirst is quenched, you may not feel the need for as much—or any—alcohol. Treatment doesn't have to be limited to doctors and psychologists. Many clergy members, social workers, and counselors also offer addiction treatment services. Keep a record of your drinking to...