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Addiction

Fetal Alcohol Syndrome in Adults

The effects of fetal alcohol syndrome (FAS) can be devastating on any family. It’s taken the lives of too many newborn children well before their time. But, the effects of FAS don’t just affect people during their childhood. There can also be lasting effects of

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are alcoholism and drug addiction disabilities
Addiction

Are Alcoholism and Drug Addiction Disabilities?

Are alcoholism and drug addiction disabilities? That question has been asked for years. A long time ago the answer would’ve been “No”. But, recently, science has taken a different opinion. We now know that addiction is a disease. It comes from a chemical imbalance in

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Is Alcoholism Hereditary? | Just Believe Recovery
Alcohol

Is Alcoholism Hereditary?

Is alcoholism hereditary? Medical professionals are still looking for an answer. We know now that addiction is a form of disease. But, with the right counseling and medication, it is treatable. We’ve been attempting to understand addiction for decades. Scientists are narrowing down the cause

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Is It Safe to Combine Meloxicam and Alcohol | Just Believe Recovery PA
Abused Substances

Is It Safe to Combine Meloxicam and Alcohol

It is not considered safe to consume alcohol while using meloxicam. Doing so can raise the risk of gastrointestinal issues, including ulcers. Meloxicam (brand name Mobic) is a drug prescribed for those who experience joint pain due to various forms of arthritis. Why Is Meloxicam

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Is It Safe to Combine Metformin and Alcohol? | Just Believe Recovery PA
Abused Substances

Is It Safe to Combine Metformin and Alcohol?

Metformin is a prescription medication that helps control blood sugar levels for individuals with type 2 diabetes. Moderate alcohol use is generally safe for most patients taking this drug. However, if someone is struggling with alcoholism, engages in binge drinking, or abuses Metformin, the combination

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Why Do People Drink Alcohol? | Top Reasons | Just Believe Recovery PA
Abused Substances

Why Do People Drink Alcohol?

There are many different reasons why people choose to drink alcohol. However, some people drink more than others, and those who consume many alcoholic drinks regularly develop a dependence on it. The following includes some of the most common reasons why people drink alcohol. Social

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Can You Combine Keflex and Alcohol? | Just Believe Recovery PA
Abused Substances

Can You Combine Keflex and Alcohol?

Keflex (cephalexin) is an antibiotic commonly used to treat bacterial infections. It belongs to a class of medications known as cephalosporin antibiotics and is available by prescription-only. It comes in different forms, including tablets, capsules, and liquids. Although there is no reported interaction between alcohol

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What Is a Standard Drink? | Just Believe Recovery PA
Abused Substances

What Is a Standard Drink and How Much Is Too Much?

In the United States, a standard alcoholic drink consists of 14 grams of pure alcohol, equal to about 0.6 fluid oz. A standard drink is typically defined as the following: 12 fl oz of beer, cider, wine coolers, or hard seltzer 5 fl oz of

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What Is a Social Drinker and What Is an Alcoholic? | Just Believe Recovery
Abused Substances

What Is a Social Drinker and What Is an Alcoholic?

Defining who is and who is not a problem drinker or alcoholic is not as easy as drawing a line in the sand and putting on one side is the social drinker and the alcoholic on the other. One additional drink does not magically transform

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Alcohol Is Classified as a Depressant | Just Believe Recovery PA
Abused Substances

Alcohol Is Classified as a Depressant

Alcohol is classified as a CNS (central nervous system) depressant, meaning it slows brain and body functioning and neurological activity. Drinking alcohol can significantly alter a person’s mood, behavior, and cognitive function. For many individuals, alcohol consumption is used as a means of relaxing or

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