“Dry January” the month long campaign and fund-raiser, run by the charity alcohol change (www.alcoholchange.org.uk) has involved over four million UK participants, this year, all of whom sign up to give up alcohol for the whole month. read more
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.
‘More than 9 million people in England drink more than the recommended daily limit.’ read more
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.
You have been through rehab and you are now in recovery, but to ensure your lasting success, it will be important to be aware of the signs that might suggest you are at risk of an addiction relapse. read more
A story hit the news headlines around the world recently, of a 41 year old Dutch man Mark Langedijk, who chose euthanasia as an alternative to living life as an alcoholic, causing public shock. read more