alcohol use disorder

Alkermes Provides Resources for Talking to a Loved One About Alcohol Dependence

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Alcohol Awareness Month reminder: Talking to a loved one about getting treatment for alcohol dependence can be challenging, but The National Institute on Alcohol Abuse and Alcoholism has resources to help. Here are some tips on how to start the conversation and provide support through someone’s recovery journey:

How Posting About Alcohol May Be Hurting Those Having Trouble Coping With the Pandemic

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Social media is flooded with memes about drinking as a pandemic coping mechanism but for some, these posts may undermine problematic drinking habits or even alcohol dependence. This Alcohol Awareness Month, we want to remind those who may be struggling that you are not alone and help is available:

Alkermes Kicks Off Alcohol Awareness Month

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Today kicks off Alcohol Awareness Month. Did you know that about 14.4 million adults are living with a disease called alcohol use disorder? Be sure to check back as we’ll be sharing more information and resources throughout the month.

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Alkermes Encourages You to Reach Out to Provide Support for Those Suffering From Alcohol Use Disorder

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JAMA reports that people are drinking more since the start of the pandemic. Take a moment today to reach out to a friend, family member, neighbor, or colleague who may be struggling with Alcohol Use Disorder. Your support could impact their recovery journey.

Here's What Happens To Your Body After Just One Week Of Dry January

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Physical dependence is part of alcohol use disorder. If you experience withdrawal symptoms during Dry January, consider discussing your concerns about alcohol use with a healthcare professional.

Read more in this article from Bustle

Resources for Those Managing Alcohol Use Disorder This Holiday Season

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The holiday season can be difficult for the approximately 14.6 million adults in American living with alcohol use disorder. Whether you’re in recovery yourself or have a loved one struggling with alcohol, there are resources available to help.

See available resources from the CDC.

Resources for Those Recovering From or Struggling With Alcohol Use Disorder

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Since the onset of COVID-19, there has been an increase in alcohol consumption in the US.

For those recovering from or struggling with alcohol use disorder, there are resources available to help through these challenging times.

Learn more via the National Institute on Drug Abuse

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