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October 2021
alcohol seizures
25
Oct

The Dangers of Alcohol Withdrawal: Alcohol Seizures

Alcohol is the most commonly used intoxicant in America. According to the National Survey on Drug Use and Health, 85 percent of adults reported having drank alcohol at some point in their lifetime, and 69 percent reported that they drank within the past year. For adults who drink moderately and responsibly, the negative health effects...
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19
Oct

What Are Alcohol Shakes? The Process of Alcohol Withdrawal

When a person struggling with chronic or long-term alcohol abuse quits drinking, they often experience alcohol tremors—uncontrollable shaking, usually in the hands. These alcohol tremors are also known as alcohol shakes. And a problem in the area of the brain that controls the body’s muscles is what causes these issues. Alcohol shakes, as evident by...
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national first responder day
11
Oct

National First Responders Day: Taking Care of Our Heroes

In a crisis, everyone relies on first responders. But who can first responders turn to in a crisis? That’s the question we’re answering for this year’s National First Responders Day, October 28th. These individuals put their health and wellbeing on the line, so we’re saying thank you to first responders and discussing the real issues...
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04
Oct

Why You Shouldn’t Mix Ambien and Alcohol

Ambien is the brand name for the prescription drug called zolpidem. Sometimes referred to as a “downer,” Ambien is a hypnotic drug that is typically prescribed for sleep disorders such as insomnia. The drug works by sedating your central nervous system and inducing a deep state of relaxation and sleep. Many people who suffer from...
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