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      Putting Recovery On The Map

      09-04-13 | By

      How Alcohol Consumption Breaks Down Social Cue Processing in the Brain


      In a study that will be published this month in Psychopharmacology, researchers have discovered that alcohol intoxication reduces communication between two areas of the brain that work together in interpreting and processing social cues.  Previous research has indicated that alcohol intoxication suppresses activity in the amygdala, which is the part of the brain responsible for … Continued

      08-02-13 | By

      How to Deal with Alcohol Withdrawal

      Alcohol withdrawal can be fatal, so medical supervision is required in order to quit safely. Some people who do not drink very much or very often may be able to safely detox in their own homes, but that decision should only be made by a doctor. Withdrawal symptoms can begin as soon as two hours … Continued

      07-31-13 | By

      Thoughts about the Disease Model of Alcoholism

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      When starting the path towards recovery, there is a common refrain from counselors and longtime pillars in the twelve steps rooms and community. What people commonly will hear is that alcoholism is a disease. Furthermore, they told this disease has no cure and the most realistic hope to avoid backsliding into the shadows of alcohol … Continued