How can you stop drinking? Compare the benefits with the costs. Learn how to apply this simple method to your drinking life here.
Yes, alcohol can be addictive. Even people who aren’t addicted can abuse alcohol. Here we discuss the effects of alcohol on the body, signs that you might have an alcohol problem, and strategies for quitting or cutting back.
Looking for motivation to stop drinking? Here are four (4) practical tools for getting and staying motivated in alcohol recovery. Get and stay sober for good! More here.
Alcohol stays in your system and can be detected in urine up to 24 hours after you end a drinking session. More on how long alcohol stays in your body, urine, breath, saliva and blood here.
Native Americans may get drunk faster because of genetic predisposition to low alcohol tolerance. But cultural and environmental aspects of drinking can also affect drinking. Discuss Native American alcohol tolerance here.
If you want to stop drinking alcohol for a month (30 days), check out some ideas from SMART Recovery®. Strategies, worksheets and self-help for people who want to stop drinking here.
Native Americans are disproportionately dependent on alcohol. Why is this? We explore why Native Americans drink so much here.
Experts are not sure. But alcoholism is generally a genetic factor, and may be more so among Native American people. We review here.
Top 5 .GOV websites with statistics on Native American alcohol use, abuse and alcoholism facts. Where to find American Indian alcoholism statistics here.
Physical dependence = tolerance to a chemical + withdrawal when you lower dosage or quit. Addiction = compulsive substance use despite negative consequences. More on dependence vs addiction here.