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Festival season
Festival season

The drug culture in the UK has risen immensely over the years, and the use of drugs seems to increase even more so during festival season. The NHS suggest that almost 50% of 16-24 year olds have taken drugs at some point. Whilst Marijuana (Cannabis) is most commonly used amongst young people nowadays, Cocaine, Ecstasy and Ketamine have also become increasingly popular. The impact in which festival season has on drug consumption is quite incredible, and it’s interesting to see why.

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Emma Sherman / 9th June 2017/Posted in: Latest News
Living with an alcoholic
Living with an alcoholic

WHAT IS ALCOHOLISM?

We don’t hear about alcohol addiction as much as we do drug addiction, and maybe that is because drinking has become an acceptable social activity within society in recent years. However, that does not mean that it should be forgotten about. It affects a lot more people than you think, and also the people surrounding them.

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Emma Sherman / 30th May 2017/Posted in: Latest News
Benefits of giving up alcohol
Benefits of giving up alcohol

We live in a world where alcohol is a huge part of society. Even though it is a common social activity, it is important to understand that it can have a detrimental effect on a lot of people’s lives. Whether it be health issues, relationship problems or just day to day troubles, it affects more people than you know.
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Emma Sherman / 22nd May 2017/Posted in: Latest News
How to give up alcohol
How to give up alcohol

Giving up alcohol when suffering from an addiction can be a long and tiresome journey, and at times it can be almost unbearable. If you are ready to stop drinking alcohol and willing to accept guidance and help with alcohol problem, you have a better chance of ridding yourself from the addiction.

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Emma Sherman / 25th April 2017/Posted in: Alcohol, News/Press
Alcohol addiction
Alcohol addiction

‘More than 9 million people in England drink more than the recommended daily limit.’ read more

Emma Sherman / 25th April 2017/Posted in: Alcohol, Latest News
Drinking against your beliefs
Drinking against your beliefs

The effects of alcoholism on society nowadays are huge. Alcohol has been deeply embedded within society from as far back as we can remember. It has become a big part of most traditions and celebrations, and alcohol advertising contributes to the idea that alcohol is needed for these celebrations.

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Emma Sherman / 21st April 2017/Posted in: Latest News
The future of addiction treatment is here
The future of addiction treatment is here

With everybody being so busy nowadays, it is hard enough trying to get everyday things done, let alone trying to fight an addiction alongside it. Too often, we are overwhelmed with the fact that there are just not enough hours in the day.

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Emma Sherman / 18th April 2017/Posted in: Latest News
Withdrawing from alcohol addiction safely
Withdrawing from alcohol addiction safely

Alcohol addiction does not happen overnight. Physical dependency on alcohol makes somebody an alcoholic. For instance, if they suffer from alcohol cravings and are drinking more each time to feel the effect, then they are considered an addict, and sadly 10% of those who drink end up as alcoholics.

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Emma Sherman / 18th April 2017/Posted in: Latest News
How animals can have a positive effect when fighting addiction
How animals can have a positive effect when fighting addiction

Animal-assisted therapy is becoming more common when helping people with drug and alcohol addiction. Although it is still not widely known, it does have an extensive history, and it has been proven that humans experience positive changes mentally and physically when interacting with animals.

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Emma Sherman / 21st April 2017/Posted in: Alcohol, Latest News
Alcohol And Depression
Alcohol And Depression

Last month saw the death of two celebrities, both of whom are well documented as having struggled with addiction and mental health problems. read more

Garry Davis / 18th April 2017/Posted in: Alcohol, Latest News


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