Alcohol and depression

Alcohol is a depressant It is a drug, and it causes impaired behavior, judgment, coordination, and slurred speech. Alcohol is ingested through drink and many people become addicted to alcohol very easily. Alcohol is generally socially acceptable, and the alcoholic sometimes cannot be easily spotted. Because of the widespread usage and social acceptance of alcohol it has become a major concern and cause of alcohol related deaths in motor vehicles, criminal charges, fines, and loss of lives are the outcome. Alcoholism is very scary, you see with other drugs such as crack and heroin they take their toll on the individual very quickly in terms of physical condition, appearance, financial situation, and general responsibility level.With alcohol, and in part because of its social acceptance, it takes longer for the person’s condition to come down to a point where he or she realizes they need help or other around them realize help is needed and at that point the person’s body can be is...
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What is a Rehab ?

Alcohol Rehab, Drug Rehab, Addiction Rehab We have all heard the word rehab over time in various circumstances. Either a friend was telling a story of someone he or she knew who had a drug problem or you heard it on the news of some well known actor or signer being associated with rehab due to substance abuse. The fact is, rehab is short of rehabilitation, now you may say at this point, “I knew that” and you’re probably right but most people have no clue what this word actually means. Time and time again it is discovered that general public and professionals alike do not know what this word means. In the Collins dictionary rehabilitation is defined as: Noun; “the act or process of rehabilitating” and rehabilitate the verb; is defined from Merriam-Webster dictionary; “to restore or bring to a condition of health or useful and constructive activity”. Now this is very interesting because in essence when some is asked or...
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