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Alcohol Use Disorder

What Causes Alcohol Addiction?

Alcohol use disorder (AUD) is a chronic brain disorder characterized by compulsive drinking despite adverse consequences like legal trouble, relationship issues, or poor health outcomes associated with heavy drinking over time.1 The National Institute on Alcohol Abuse estimates that over 17 million people in the US, or 7.2% of the adult population, struggle with some […]

Co-Occurring Disorder and Alcohol Abuse Treatment Centers in Nevada

Many people with a substance use disorder (SUD) suffer from co-occurring mental health issues. This is especially true for those going through the process of overcoming an alcohol dependency. Whether it’s a mental health disorder that was previously diagnosed or the result of extended alcohol abuse and its associated lifestyle, these issues are often interlinked.1 […]

Alcohol Abuse Disorder: Self-Assessment Screening Test

Approximately 14 million individuals across the United States of America struggle with a form of alcohol abuse disorder, or AUD. Statistics indicate that 3 in 12 adults indulge in binge drinking. This is a clear indication that alcohol abuse remains a serious issue and a common disease among the US population, affecting not just the […]

Types of Therapy for Alcohol Addiction – Therapy in Nevada

Addiction is a complex disease. Every person experiences it differently, on a deeply personal level. By inference, this means that the complexity of treatment will reflect a person’s unique needs, as well as the state of their physical, mental, and spiritual health. Various therapies and their combination are necessary to address the vast spectrum of […]

Alcohol Rehab Treatment in Nevada

Alcohol Use Disorder (AUD) is a burning issue across the US, and not by coincidence. This potent and highly addictive drug is severely misunderstood as many users don’t even consider it a drug in the first place. With it being easily obtainable and since drinking is generally viewed as socially acceptable, it is no wonder […]