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Wet Brain: The dangers of alcoholism

Alcoholism, or alcohol use disorder, wreaks havoc on both physical and mental health. While conditions like cirrhosis are widely recognized as severe consequences of long-term alcohol abuse, there are other detrimental effects that often go overlooked. One such consequence, informally referred to as “wet brain,” highlights the profound impact of alcohol on the brain. Formerly

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How long is Rehab for Alcohol abuse?

After long-term substance abuse, rehab is the first step toward recovery. Anyone who has the courage to admit that they need help for alcohol use disorder deserves to know where the road to recovery will lead them. At Better Tomorrow, we believe that anyone seeking care and seeking to transform their life should get full

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Epilepsy: The Hidden Cost of Substance Use

Most of the costs of drug use are infamous enough to not need repeating. Drug use often leads to financial, social, legal, emotional, and psychological peril. These costs should not be underestimated and should not be undersold. Those reasons alone are more than enough to avoid using addictive substances or to get help if you

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Ways to Relieve Stress Without Alcohol Or Drugs

We all know the feeling: You’re stressed out and you want to find relief. For some, alcohol or drugs might be the go-to solution. But alcohol and drugs only provide temporary relief, and this relief is false relief. The stress just comes back that much harder, especially when bringing addiction into the mix. There are

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How to Stay Sober During The Holidays

The holidays can be difficult under the best circumstances, but for those who suffer from alcoholism or drug addiction, they can be especially difficult. Because of unusual stressors that come around once a year, addicts and alcoholics can be especially tempted to relapse during this time.  Holidays Create Trigger Relapse For Addicts and Alcoholics The

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