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Alcohol: How Do I Know My Limits?

Alcohol: How Do I Know My Limits?

How often do you drink alcohol? How many times a week do you drink? Alcohol is one of the most popular substances in the United States. And it is a drug. How much do you drink per week? Do you ever wonder if maybe you have a drinking problem? Have you ever considered the possibility that you may be an alcoholic? Do you know how to spot the signs of alcoholism? What if you or someone you love is an alcoholic? It's very important to know what the warning signs of dangerous drinking are. Remember that if you or someone you love is suffering from the disease of alcoholism, it's very important to get them good help, in a caring treatment facility. Click here to learn more about exploring whether you have alcoholism.

Warning Signs of AlcoholismAlcohol: How Do I Know My Limits?

Do you know some of the warning signs of drinking too much? Alcoholism isn't just simply a matter of drinking a large quantity of alcohol. Here are some signs that could point to alcohol abuse:

•if someone insists on drinking even when it's dangerous to themselves or others

•if someone breaks the law while drunk

•if someone ignores their obligations at work, home or school because of alcohol

•if someone insists that they don't have a problem

•if someone needs alcohol to function or "feel normal"

Click here to learn more about alcoholism.

More Places of Temptation as Starbucks Begins Serving Alcohol

Do you go get coffee during the week? Do you frequently go to Starbucks? Starbucks is a gathering place for many people-it's an informal meeting space, or a workspace for many people. But now it's about to get dangerous for alcoholics. Starbucks is planning on introducing alcoholic beverages during the evenings at some of its locations across the country. If you struggle with the temptation to abuse alcohol, Starbucks might just become a place of dangerous temptation. Be careful.

Rehab Can Help You Quit Drinking

Do you think that you or someone you know might be at risk for alcoholism? Do you think you might have a drinking problem? Alcoholism is a serious disease that affects millions of Americans every year. Call Retreat at Lancaster County to learn more about how our PA rehab center can help you quit drinking and break the habit so you can reclaim your life. We're close to Pittsburgh and Philadelphia, and we can arrange transpiration from OH, PA, NJ, NY, MD, DE, and CT. Click here to learn more about Retreat at Lancaster County.


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