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         Alcoholism:     more books (104)
  1. Alcoholism: Its Treatments and Mistreatments by Irving Maltzman, 2008-03-05
  2. Blessed Are the Addicts: The Spiritual Side of Alcoholism, Addiction, and Recovery by John A. Martin, 1992-01
  3. IF IT RUNS IN YOUR FAMILY: ALCOHOLISM by Ronald L. Rogers, C. Scott McMillin, 1992-04-01
  4. Aspects Of Alcoholism by Ebbe Hoff, 1963-01-01
  5. Alcoholism Its Facets and Phases by BlockMa, 1965-06
  6. Alcoholism: A Molecular Perspective (Nato Science Series: A:)
  7. New Primer on Alcoholism by Marty Manns, 1972
  8. Dying for a Drink: A Pastor and a Physician Talk About Alcoholism by Mr. Alexander DeJong, 1999-02-26
  9. Sober...and Staying That Way : The Missing Link in The Cure for Alcoholism by Susan Powter, 1999-03-19
  10. The Cure of Alcoholism by Austin O'Malley, 2010-03-05
  11. Alcohol Abuse Revolution: Complementary and Alternative Herbal Remedies from Around the World to Reduce Alcohol Craving and Consumption and Prevent Alcoholism by Donna, J Cornett, 2005-09-01
  12. The Wellness-Recovery Connection: Charting Your Pathway to Optimal Health While Recovering from Alcoholism and Drug Addiction by John Newport, 2004-12-01
  13. Alcohol problems in intimate relationships: Identification and intervention: a guide for marriage and family therapists by Linda J Roberts, 2003
  14. A Preliminary Study of Extreme Alcoholism in Adults by Amy Barrington, Karl Pearson, et all 2009-07-10

121. The Death Of An Alcoholic - Codependency Kills Alcoholic
My friend Robert was one more of the many Alcoholics to die of Codependence. Insights about alcoholism from therapist/Spiritual teacher the author of the inspirational Spiritual book Codependence / The Dance of Wounded Souls.
The Death of an Alcoholic - codependency kills alcoholic
"Robert was born with a genetic predisposition to have a fatal disease, Alcoholism. His childhood inflicted a second fatal disease on him. My friend Robert was one more of the many Alcoholics to die of Codependence."
"Robert went to lots of meetings and tried real hard to work the program but on one critical point he didn't have enough humility. He did not have enough humility to accept that he was lovable."
"I believe that in a hundred years historians will look back and pinpoint this milestone as the single most important event in the twentieth century. This milestone was the founding of Alcoholics Anonymous in Akron, Ohio, in June of 1935."
On this page is a column by codependency therapist/Spiritual teacher about a friend who died of alcoholism.
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Robert Burney is a codependency therapist, Spiritual teacher, and the author of the Joyously inspirational book
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"We are not sinful, shameful human creatures who have to somehow earn Spirituality. We are Spiritual Beings having a human experience."

122. Alcoholism - Health Risk Assessments - Interactive Tools - DrugDigest
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Alcoholism is a very serious disease that is often fatal. If alcohol is controlling your life you may need to seek professional help because alcoholism can lead to serious health, work-related, and financial problems. Currently there are approximately 14 million people who are affected by alcoholism in the United States and more than 100,000 Americans die of alcohol-related causes each year. We've designed a simple quiz to help you to determine if you are suffering from alcoholism and are in need of help. Please keep in mind this quiz cannot diagnose you with alcoholism, but it may be used as a tool to help you determine if you should seek further evaluation of your risk for alcoholism from your doctor. Please complete Parts A, B, and C.

123. Cardiff Contral Clinic: Treatment Programme For People Suffering From Alcohol Ad
A nonresidential clinic providing a unique treatment programme to people suffering from addiction. We are based in Cardiff, South Wales. We focus on curing excessive drinking, alcohol abuse and alcoholism.
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Cardiff ContrAl Clinic is a non-residential clinic providing a unique highly-successful treatment programme to people suffering from addiction. We are based in Cardiff, South Wales. ContrAl focuses on curing excessive drinking, alcohol abuse and alcoholism. International research, and our experience locally, has proved that the ContrAl programme is more effective than other treatment methods currently available. The ContrAl programme is based upon providing assessment, psychological treatment and medication. This significantly reduces alcohol craving without causing unpleasant side effects. Uniquely, the treatment requires you to continue to drink whilst you are on the programme. For more information on the Cardiff ContrAl Clinic programme please contact us for more information.
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You can contact us by e-mail, telephone or letter to find out more about our service and for us to tell you where your nearest clinic is in Cardiff. Our correspondence address is: Cardiff ContrAl Clinic
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124. ATTC - Addiction Science Made Easy
Study published in 'alcoholism Clinical Experimental Research' found differences in blood platelet aggregation that may account for red wine's more beneficial effect on cardiovascular disease.

125. Alcoholism
Overview of alcoholim, a disease also known as alcohol dependence, and the testsused to screen for and help diagnose and monitor it.
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126. CNN - Substance Abuse Recovery Programs: Which One Is Right For You? - May 19, 1
Article compares several alcoholism and substance abuse support groups including AA (Alcoholics Anonymous), NA (Narcotics Anonymous), MM, RR, SMART, SOS, and WFS. CNN with WebMD

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May 19, 1999 Web posted at: 11:13 AM EDT (1513 GMT) In this story: Relying on a "higher power" Depending on yourself Cutting back instead of quitting For women only ... RELATEDS By Theresa A. Reed (WebMD) - Beating an addiction on your own is a tall order, and one which few people can achieve for any length of time. One of your best chances for a successful, long-term recovery is to seek help from a program designed to help you cope with the physical and psychological pressures of kicking a substance dependency. And there are a number of programs to choose from. Whichever program you settle on, keep in mind that what matters most is not the cost of the program (low-cost programs have been found just as effective as expensive ones) or how much publicity it has received, but how well it works for you. Relying on a "higher power" Perhaps the best-known recovery program is Alcoholics Anonymous (AA), synonymous with the Twelve Steps of recovery and the longest existing self-help program in the United States and Canada. During its 60 years of existence, AA has become so well-respected that judges doling out punishments for crimes committed "under the influence" often mandate attendance. AA asks that its members attend meetings regularly and seek out sponsors people who have successfully stayed sober. AA is not a religious organization, but many AA members relinquish so-called control of their addiction over to a "Higher Power."

127. Alcohol Abuse Problems - Alcoholism Health Effects And Causes
The effects of alcohol abuse and alcoholism on your health can be serious, getinformation on the symptoms and treatment available to alleviate your
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Research has shown that drinking moderate amounts of alcohol can have health benefits. For men over 40, and women after the menopause, having one or two small drinks a day can help prevent coronary heart disease. However, it is estimated that a quarter of men and one in six women in Britain drink enough to put their health at risk.
How much is too much?
Government guidelines state that men should drink no more than three to four units per day and women no more than two to three units per day. However, some medical experts believe these levels are too high, and recommend no more than three units a day for men and two a day for women. Either way, you should not "save up" the units over the week and use them to binge at the weekend.
Strength and units
The strength of an alcoholic drink is indicated by the percentage of alcohol by volume (ABV).

128. Redirecting To
Residential and day care treatment for alcoholism and drug abuse. Includes background information and contact details. Based in Weston Super Mare.
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129. Listing Details: Zuni Pueblo Division Of Alcoholism Program - Criminal Justice R
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130. Alcoholism
alcoholism is an illness marked by consumption of alcoholic beverages at a levelthat interferes with physical or mental health, and social, family,
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131. Alcohol Abuse Increases, Dependence Declines Across Decade, June 10, 2004
Compares alcohol abuse and alcoholism rates 1992 and 2002. NIAAA (National Institute on Alcohol Abuse and alcoholism) is part of NIH.
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Alcohol Abuse Increases, Dependence Declines Across Decade Young Adult Minorities Emerge As High-Risk Subgroups The number of American adults who abuse alcohol or are alcohol dependent rose from 13.8 million (7.41 percent) in 1991-1992 to 17.6 million (8.46 percent) in 2001-2002, according to results from the 2001-2002 National Epidemiologic Survey on Alcohol and Related Conditions (NESARC), a study directed by the National Institute on Alcohol Abuse and Alcoholism (NIAAA). The NESARC study a representative survey of the U.S. civilian noninstitutionalized population aged 18 years and older - showed that the rate of alcohol abuse

132. Alcoholism Council Of Cincinnati
alcoholism Council of the Cincinnati AreaNCADD, promotes the prevention andtreatment of alcoholism and drug addiction through advocacy and education.

133. Alcohol Drug Abuse Residential Treatment Center
Residential treatment center located in Long Beach, CA for men and women suffering from the disease of alcoholism and drug abuse.
New Found Life is a state licensed, certified and court approved residential treatment center for individuals recovering from the disease of alcoholism and drug addiction. We have facilities for both men and women overlooking the ocean in Long Beach, California. At New Found Life addiction to mood altering substances is recognized as a disease, and not as a moral failure. Our program addresses the psychological, physical, social and spiritual needs of the individual. Through the principles of Alcoholics Anonymous, motivational and cognitive counseling, we have structured a comprehensive, no nonsense recovery program which offers a positive atmosphere, individual and group counseling, in-house meetings, meditation, educational sessions, individual attention and a growth schedule based on all aspects of recovery. New Found Life
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134. IngentaConnect Publication Alcohol And Alcoholism
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135. Alcoholism Treatment Drug Rehabilitation In Northern California Support Systems
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For many people, the facts about alcoholism are not clear. What is alcoholism, exactly? How does it differ from alcohol abuse? When should a person seek help for a problem related to his or her drinking? The following information explains both alcoholism and alcohol abuse, the symptoms of each, when and where to seek help, treatment choices, and additional helpful resources.

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Although some people are able to recover from alcoholism without help, the majority of alcoholics need assistance. With treatment and support, many individuals are able to stop drinking and rebuild their lives.
What Is Alcohol Abuse?
Alcohol abuse differs from alcoholism in that it does not include an extremely strong craving for alcohol, loss of control over drinking, or physical dependence. Alcohol abuse is defined as a pattern of drinking that results in one or more of the following situations within a 12-month period:
Although alcohol abuse is basically different from alcoholism, many effects of alcohol abuse are also experienced by alcoholics.

136. Why?
Monthly educational question and answer column and interview about timely topics with specialists in the field of alcoholism and drug addictions. Topics include What is an intervention?, relapse, and young teenager addiction.

137. MedlinePlus: Alcoholism
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138. Coree's **Lost Baggage**
The author shares their experience with alcoholism, codependence and letting go in their struggle to recover.
"I'll be in San Francisco tonight," he said. "United Airlines Flight #946. I'm sorry it'll be so late. I don't arrive until 12:34 A.M. Will you pick me up?"
She listened to his words, their cacophony a jumble of incomprehensible phrases that she didn't quite seem to understand ... couldn't understand ... given his callous, entirely unconcerned attitude over the last two years. After all, he'd all but disappeared, leaving her to pick up the financial and emotional pieces that their unhealthy coupling had wrought. "How can this be happening?", she thought. "Why could he POSSIBLY want to come out here now, after all this time?" Granted, he'd been threatening to fly out for over two years, but, his words had always been a whole lot louder than his actions. What would compel him to make good on THIS promise, as opposed to all the others? Nevertheless, she dutifully wrote down the flight details, her hand uncharacteristically shaky. After all, hope springs eternal, right?
"I'll be there," she whispered, not wanting him to appear in the middle of the night on her now-peaceful doorstep. As she listened to his voice, she was surprised at the surreal, almost detached feeling that had come over her. Instantly numb, she was frightened, not wanting to get wrapped up again in all of the negative emotions that she'd tried so very hard to recover from. Even given her fear, though, she was hoping beyond hope that this long-overdue meeting would be the salve they needed to soothe the wounds they'd inflicted upon one-another over the last years of their marriage.

139. - De-Addiction - Alcoholism
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Many people drink socially, or occasionally, and are able to stop after a few drinks. It does not interfere with any other aspect of their life. But for some others who drink, things go awry. We do not know for sure why some people are more susceptible to alcohol abuse than others. An alcoholic is not just the man in tatters, knocked flat on the road after a binge. Alcoholism is an age no bar, economic status/ social status no bar disease. An alcoholic is one, whose drinking causes continuing problems in any area of his life (such as family relationships, job, financial status or health) and who continues to drink in spite of these problems because he has developed a physical and psychological dependence on alcohol. Once the djinn in the bottle gets you, you are trapped. And how!
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This section aims to inform people who may be having problems with alcohol, or know people who have problems with it. We would like you to know that alcoholism is a disease that needs multi-pronged therapy

140. Improve Mental Health And Child Depression
Dr. Ken Blum offers support for addiction using amino acid therapy. Help is available for alcoholism and drug abuse.
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