Alcoholism Facts That Are Worth Knowing
As per the World Health Organization (WHO), an estimated three million people died from alcohol related fatalities in 2018. If you want to know more about alcoholism, here are some helpful alcoholism facts to know. This is equivalent to one in twenty deaths was alcohol related in 2018.
What you will find below is a list of seven, yes JUST seven, sites that, in my opinion, are the best alcoholism/addiction help resources on the the world wide web. These sites, in my opinion provide you with the best information there is on a particular niche. If you have any suggestions or comments, then please contact us.
Why only seven?
At first I HAD to choose seven for a very practical reason. This being that Google, the ‘numero uno’ search engine in the world, will get angry with me and The Alcoholism Guide if I include more than seven.
Of course, if I find more sites that can provide help in overcoming alcohol dependency then there will be more in the future (when I find the time to search for more), so please bookmark this page so you can sit back and let me do the hard work for you.
Learn About Alcoholism
Learn About Alcoholism is, as the name suggests, an informational website offering an incredibly wide variety of alcoholism treatment options and information with a view to helping the dependent and those who care about him or her to get better.
Of particular strength is the listing of sites that offers alcoholism treatment alternatives.
I have included this link as it has many useful articles and links to websites on alcoholism and addiction in general.
You might think it strange that there is a link to a product here detailing how to prevent hangovers.
Not really, hangovers are part and parcel of alcoholism and, although the best way to prevent a hangover is not to drink, you will find the second best remedy is Cheers After-Alcohol Aid.
Thinking When Drinking
Alcoholism Recovery Help
Stress-Relief Information, Strategies And Techniques
Stress Relief in 8 Minutes – A web site to help you discover how stress could be affecting your life and how to manage it using meditation and coping strategies on a daily basis to improve health and lifestyle.
If you are ready to quit alcohol and put the adverse impacts of alcoholism behind you, contact a treatment provider to help you determine the best treatment options for you.
I am a Mental Health Counselor who is licensed in both New York (LMHC) and North Carolina (LCMHC). I have been working in the Mental Health field since 2015. I have worked in a residential setting, an outpatient program and an inpatient addictions program. I began working in Long Island, NY and then in Guelph, Ontario after moving to Canada. I have since settled in North Carolina. I have experience working with various stages of addiction, depression, anxiety, mood disorders, trauma, stages of life concerns and relationship concerns.
I tend to use a person-centered approach which simply means that I meet you where you are and work collaboratively to help you identify and work towards accomplishing goals. I will often pull from CBT when appropriate. I do encourage use of mindfulness and meditation and practice these skills in my own life. I believe in treating everyone with respect, sensitivity and compassion.
I recognize that reaching out for help is hard and commend you for taking the first step. We have professionals available who would be happy to help you move closer to reaching your goals related to your drinking concerns. You may reach these professionals by calling 877-322-2694.