24 Hour Alcohol Hotline

A survey has found that underage drinkers consume more than 175 million drinks a year.                                   Photo posed by modelsMunchkin Management.

A survey has found that underage drinkers consume more than 175 million drinks a year. Photo posed by modelsMunchkin Management.

24 Hour Alcohol Hotline is designed to help individuals with alcohol related problems: alcohol abuse, alcoholism and alcohol addiction. A certified counselor is ready to listen and answer any of your questions, about addictions, behaviors, treatment options, and understanding of addiction.

Alcohol abuse and alcohol addiction are now more common then ever before. Statistics showing that alcohol abuse is present among adults,  young teens and elderly. The main reasons for drinking are : stressful life style, recreation purposes, neglect, loneliness, desperation, trauma to name a few. However, those who are prone to addiction do not realize it at first. Some people end up heavily drinking, because they can not stop, and some people find the alcoholic beverages to be used as “self-medication” for their emotional and physical problems. Read more

Alcohol Addiction Hotline

substance-abuse-treatmentAlcohol addiction hotline is designed to help individuals with alcohol addiction problems to find adequate help, and answer many questions related to addiction. Thousands of people today are affected by alcoholism disorder, and many of them are just young teens. This is a sad statistic, and it  is very alarming. Either derived from genetic predisposition, or from the unsafe environment, the alcohol addiction had spread wide in to our society.

Alcohol affects every organ in the person’s body, and can irreversibly damage a developing fetus. Alcohol can alter brain function and motor skills. Alcohol abuse can lead to cancers, strokes, and liver failure.  Alcoholism or alcohol dependence have identifiable characteristics, that are associated with powerful cravings and withdrawals. Alcohol abuse and  alcoholism, can cause permanent health damage, and lead to death.

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