Alcohol Addiction

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What is Wet Brain and How Does it Develop?

According to the 2019 National Survey on Drug Use and Health (NSDUH), 14.5 million (nearly 15 million) people ages 12 and older (5.3 percent of this age group) had an alcohol use disorder (AUD).[1] Alcohol use disorder, often referred to as alcoholism, is a serious and complex disorder characterized by loss of control over the amount and frequency that you drink. Without professional treatment, many alcoholics get worse over time.

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anxious attachment style and addiction

How is Anxious Attachment Style Related to Substance Abuse and Addiction?

Anxious attachment is one of the three insecure attachment styles. Also referred to as anxious ambivalent attachment in children, this attachment style develops in early childhood. When someone is a child, their parent’s behavior towards them will shape how they react to relationships and forms of attachment with others.

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Can I Get Disability Benefits Under the Americans With Disabilities Act (ADA) for My Addiction?

According to the Centers for Disease Control (CDC), about 61 million people (1 in 4) in the United States live with some form of disability.[1] Living with a disability of any kind can lead to challenges in some aspects of life. It could also mean a higher likelihood of developing an addiction to drugs or alcohol.

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