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Effects of Stopping Drinking – 5 Ways It Can Change Your Life

05 Sep 18
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Regular readers of our Port of Call blog section will be familiar with our monthly Recovery Recap. At the end of each month, we look at some of the big news surrounding addiction in a bid to help people to further understand the impact addiction has on people’s lives.

14 Aug 18
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Wet-brain, also known as Korsakoff Syndrome is chronic amnesia most often caused by excessive long-term consumption of alcohol. Simply put, it is an alcohol brain damage syndrome, which occurs when the brain is deprived of vitamin B1 (thiamine).

Posted in Addiction Alcohol

20 Feb 18
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If you find yourself asking “am I an alcoholic”, then your drink levels have likely already become a problem.

However, as is the case with all addictions, help is available. You will not be alone in feeling the way that you are.

Posted in Addiction Alcohol

10 Aug 17
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What should you do when you can see the signs of an alcoholic manifest themselves in an employee? Helping a co-worker requires diplomacy and tact. One of the biggest issues is that your colleague may be in denial about the problem. In this blog, alcohol rehab specialists, Port of Call, discuss how to spot alcoholism at work and how to approach the issue.

Posted in Alcohol

13 Jul 17
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One of the most challenging situations in any marriage can be when one spouse is battling an addiction to alcohol. From the feelings of powerlessness a spouse might feel while their partner is actively abusing alcohol through to the odd combination of hope and anger that arises when a spouse finally enters drug rehab, there is no easy path or solution to deal with this kind of scenario. With the persistent threat of relapse hanging over a marriage or partnership, the emotional roller coaster created by living with an alcoholic spouse can continue for many years. If you, or someone close to you, is experiencing this kind of situation and needs help, then read on to find out more about how to support an alcoholic spouse in recovery.

Posted in Alcohol Recovery

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