Alcoholism and Eating Disorders

Anorexia nervosa and bulimia nervosa are two eating disorders that typically affect teen and adolescent girls. However, you don’t need to be a teen or a girl to struggle with eating disorders. Men, boys, adults, and the elderly all have developed and can develop an eating disorder. In essence, those who suffer from eating disorders…

How Does Alcohol Affect The Brain?

Men and women of all ages use alcohol. Because the heavy consumption of alcohol is so prevalent, it may be difficult to identify an addiction. Additionally, many people develop an addiction because of their genetics. Although you might think alcohol is only causing life struggle, it also affects you cognitively. Therefore, if you’re concerned about…

Alcohol Addiction and Withdrawal

Alcohol Addiction and Withdrawal June 1, 2020 | Lakeview Health Staff | Alcohol & Drug Detox, Alcohol Abuse & Alcoholism, Drug Information About 18 million Americans abuse alcohol and approximately 70 million more have dealt with alcohol addiction in their families. Choosing the right alcohol rehab to start your new life free from alcohol can…

Teen Alcohol Abuse

As a parent, it’s challenging to know that your teen is struggling with alcohol abuse for many reasons. There’s a familiar narrative that kids will be kids and that they’re going to go out and have a good time. However, this saying isn’t always right, and some teens begin turning to alcohol as a way…

The Cost of Drinking

Many people like to have an adult beverage from time to time, such as wine at dinner or beer at a baseball game. Sometimes, though, drinking grows from a “sometimes thing” into an obsession. Without ever meaning to let it happen, the problem accelerates, and the cost of drinking grows. The costs can be substantial…