Category: Sober living

  • Understanding alcohol use disorders and their treatment

    Ethanol is a natural product that is formed from the fermentation of grains, fruits, and other sources of sugar. It’s found in a wide range of alcoholic beverages including beer, wine, and spirits like vodka, whiskey, rum, and gin. There may be very little you can do to help someone with AUD until they are…

  • How many drinks per week does it take to destroy your liver?

    It also explains the consequences of heavy drinking and whether it’s possible to recover from liver damage after heavy alcohol use. It is important to encourage patients with alcoholic liver disease to participate in counseling programs and psychological assistance groups. It should come as no surprise that on average, more drinks per week led to…

  • How many drinks per week does it take to destroy your liver?

    It also explains the consequences of heavy drinking and whether it’s possible to recover from liver damage after heavy alcohol use. It is important to encourage patients with alcoholic liver disease to participate in counseling programs and psychological assistance groups. It should come as no surprise that on average, more drinks per week led to…

  • Is it safe to have Adderall and coffee together?

    Drinking several cups of coffee with this medication can lead to side effects that can be dangerous. Let’s take a look and learn more so you can safely enjoy your favorite coffee beverage and stay healthy at the same time. This combination of drugs can be especially harmful if you have pre-existing heart disease, high…

  • Is it common to take Adderall with high blood pressure medicine?

    I already don’t eat meat and exercise every day (long distance runner, weight lifting, cycling). Adderall may contribute to increased stress and uneasiness. Joining mindfulness contemplation, deep breathing exercises, and yoga into day-to-day schedules helps in push administration, hence supporting blood weight control. These hormones not only relieve the mental effects of medicine but also…

  • Why Drinking Alcohol Can Cause Bruising

    If you take one of these drugs and you’ve noticed bruises, check with your doctor. But don’t stop taking any medicine before you talk to them. This means it’s a substance that actually relaxes the muscular walls of the blood vessels and allows more blood to flow to the skin and tissues — aka a…

  • Alcohols Effect on Host Defense PMC

    In contrast to the treatment of cells prior to inflammatory stimulation, treating cells with alcohol afterward reduces the IL-8 release significantly after an incubation period of one hour. In vivo findings of blood samples obtained from mice, which were exposed to alcohol (6 g/kg) before being injected with 2 × log ² E. Coli (intraperitoneally),…