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Surge in deaths from suicide, alcohol and drugs in us, says report. Surge in deaths from suicide, alcohol and drugs in us, says report. Surge in Deaths from Suicide, Alcohol And Drugs in US, Says Report. The gaps in mental health care services are prevalent in the United States, showing through the rise in the number of deaths from suicide, alcohol and drug abuse, also referred to as “deaths of despair.”

Surge in Deaths from Suicide, Alcohol And Drugs in US, Says Report

This has been stated in the latest report released recently by the Commonwealth Fund, a private American foundation focused on health care system. As per the report, the death rate because of these reasons shot up by 50 percent during the period of 2005 to 2016 almost in all states. Ohio, West Virginia, New York, New Hampshire and Delaware were among the worst-hit states, where it doubled or more than doubled. Notably, from 2005 to 2014, the average annual rate of “deaths of despair” was 3 percent, but it almost tripled during 2015 to 2016. Know The Toxins in Alcohol. Know the toxins in alcohol.

Alcohol Increases Heart Rate, Says Study. Alcohol Increases Heart Rate, Says Study. Know The Toxins in Alcohol. Know The Toxins in Alcohol. Many of us envisage a relaxing weekend with some tempting alcoholic drinks, movies, nice read, a good company, and so on.

Know The Toxins in Alcohol

Some look forward to a glass of favorite drink to unwind after a hard day at work. But it’s a wrong notion that the fun time begins with some intoxicating drink. The dangers of alcohol consumption do not weigh on a person’s mind while partying. Most people consider it harmless to the extent that they sometimes even allow children to have a sip from their glass. Unfortunately, alcohol is not as innocuous as commonly perceived. Chemically, alcoholic beverages — be it beer, wine or liquor — comprise ethanol, a flammable colorless chemical responsible for intoxication and other harmful effects on the body.

Apart from metabolites, acetaldehyde and acetate, certain additives, or derivatives are instilled into it during the process of distillation, fermentation, bottling and transportation. Alcohol Increases Heart Rate, Says Study. Alcohol Increases Heart Rate, Says Study. The more alcohol one drinks, the higher his/her pulse rate gets, a study presented recently at a European Society of Cardiology conference in Barcelona, Spain says.

Alcohol Increases Heart Rate, Says Study

The study, carried out on the participants of 2015 Munich Oktoberfest, provided clues on how the heart was impacted when one drank randomly. Oktoberfest is an annual public festival held in Munich, Germany, which is marked by unabashed indulgence in drinking, eating and dancing. During the festival, attendees down several pints of locally brewed beer. The study, first published in the European Heart Journal in April 2017, established that increased breath alcohol concentration (BAC) was linked with sinus tachycardia in 25.9 percent of the participants.

Sinus tachycardia, also known as sinus tach, is a condition when the heartbeat is greater than 100 beats/min (bpm). Study Finds Moderate Drinking Good for Brain, But Harms of Alcohol Negate That by sharinavarez. Study Finds Moderate Drinking Good for Brain, But Harms of Alcohol Negate That by sharinavarez. Study Finds Moderate Drinking Good for Brain, But...

Study Finds Moderate Drinking Good for Brain, But Harms of Alcohol Negate That. Many people believe moderate drinking has various health benefits.

Study Finds Moderate Drinking Good for Brain, But Harms of Alcohol Negate That

And they cite certain research to prove the merits of alcohol. One such study, published in 2017, highlighted the benefits of moderate drinking in diminishing the risk of mortality due to cardiovascular diseases. Yet another study associated moderate drinking with the prevention of strokes, heart attacks and heart failure. Along the same lines, a new study published in the journal Scientific Reports has found that the low levels of alcohol are good for the brain. Partner's Odor May Ease Off Woman's Anxiety. Slide 1: www.anxietydisordertreatmentarizona.com Partners Odor May Ease Off Womans Anxiety There are some proven ways to beat the stress and we all try to abide by them to keep it at bay.

Partner's Odor May Ease Off Woman's Anxiety

But did you know that even a partner’s scent can ease off a woman’s stress levels to a great extent A recent study published in the Journal of Personality and Social Psychology tried to establish a link between stress in women and odor from others. As women are more prone to getting stressed than men they feel calmer when exposed to their partner’s smell the study concluded. On the contrary being exposed to a stranger’s scent increased the production of stress hormone cortisol thereby increasing the stress levels. Partner's Odor May Ease Off Woman's Anxiety. Partner's odor may ease off woman's anxiety by Timothy Weesner. Science Panel Backs Lower BAC Limit to Lessen...

Science Panel Backs Lower BAC Limit to Lessen Drunk Driving Deaths. In the wake of rising deaths due to drunk driving in the United States, a prestigious scientific panel has urged states across the country to lower the blood-alcohol content (BAC) level from 0.08 to 0.05.

Science Panel Backs Lower BAC Limit to Lessen Drunk Driving Deaths

The committee of the National Academies of Sciences, Engineering and Medicine (NASEM) studied the risk of a higher BAC limit and developed a report recommending some strong steps to decrease alcohol-impaired driving deaths. Currently, all 50 states prohibit an individual aged 21 or older from driving with a BAC level at or above 0.08. The panel argued that even low BAC level could deteriorate one’s ability to operate a motor vehicle. Countries like Austria, Denmark and Japan have decreased the BAC threshold to 0.05, it said. The committee asked the federal government to incentivize the change and run effective media campaigns and enforcement measures to enact new BAC limit. The committee also emphasized on the need for appropriate steps to limit or reduce alcohol availability. 6 Ways to Fulfil New Year Resolution of Limiting Alcohol Intake. Slide 1: www.alcoholaddictiongethelp.com 6 Ways to Fulfil New Year Resolution of Limiting Alcohol Intake Now that the festive fervor is over it is time to work on the New Year resolutions.

6 Ways to Fulfil New Year Resolution of Limiting Alcohol Intake

Though individuals have their own preferences regarding resolutions mental health should be a unanimous priority. People in the United States often take it lightly but they don’t realize that alcohol addiction can gravely affect their mental health. According to the National Survey on Drug Use and Health NSDUH more than 50 percent of Americans aged 12 or older 136.7 million were current alcohol users in 2016.

Of these around 65.3 million people reported binge drinking in the past 30 days. 6 Ways to Fulfil New Year Resolution of Limiting Alcohol Intake. 6 Ways to Fulfil New Year Resolution of Limiting Alcohol Intake. 6 Ways to Fulfil New Year Resolution of Limiting Alcohol Intake. 6 Ways to Fulfil New Year Resolution of Limiting Alcohol Intake. Now that the festive fervor is over, it is time to work on the New Year resolutions.

6 Ways to Fulfil New Year Resolution of Limiting Alcohol Intake

Though individuals have their own preferences regarding resolutions, mental health should be a unanimous priority. People in the United States often take it lightly, but they don’t realize that alcohol addiction can gravely affect their mental health. According to the National Survey on Drug Use and Health (NSDUH), more than 50 percent of Americans aged 12 or older (136.7 million) were current alcohol users in 2016.

Of these, around 65.3 million people reported binge drinking in the past 30 days. The National Institute on Alcohol Abuse and Alcoholism (NIAAA) suggests that alcohol-related causes contribute to nearly 88,000 deaths (62,000 men and 26,000 women) in America every year. However, amid the growing opioid epidemic, alcohol problems have taken a backseat. Turn This Festive Season More Joyous by Avoiding Alcohol; Here’s How. Turn This Festive Season More Joyous by Avoiding Alcohol; Here’s How by sharinavarez. Turn this Festive Season More Joyous by Avoiding Alcohol; Here’S h.. Slide 1: www.alcoholaddictiongethelp.com Turn This Festive Season More Joyous by Avoiding Alcohol Here’s How Christmas and Thanksgiving Day are supposed to be the periods of merriment and joy.

Turn this Festive Season More Joyous by Avoiding Alcohol; Here’S h..

Turn This Festive Season More Joyous by Avoiding... Turn This Festive Season More Joyous by Avoiding Alcohol; Here’s How. Christmas and Thanksgiving Day are supposed to be the periods of merriment and joy.

Turn This Festive Season More Joyous by Avoiding Alcohol; Here’s How

However, for a person suffering from an addiction to drugs or alcohol, it can be a challenging period due to the presence of more occasions to secretly try a snort or a pint of alcohol. The problem is that a person with an addiction will not stop at one toke or a glass of beer, he/she will be tempted to consume more. While it is universally acknowledged that people tend to drink more during holidays, the dangers of binging increases in people with an addiction. With Christmas around the corner and the party season in full swing, it is essential for one to be extremely careful regarding their intake of alcohol, especially those on the road to recovery.

The failure to stick to the set protocols could cause unnecessary pain and lead one into a guilt trip. Various other factors, such as the wide acceptance of drinking in the run-up to Christmas, further decreases the chances of remaining sober. How Mindfulness Prevents Heavy Drinking. Slide 1: www.alcoholaddictiongethelp.com How Mindfulness Prevents Heavy Drinking For all those who count on their daily glass of wine for a healthy heart there’s a caveat.

Drinking too much or too often can cause irreparable damage to various body organs and the brain. It could set off an addiction cycle that is hard to defeat and become the cause of despair destruction and untimely death. How Mindfulness Prevents Heavy Drinking. How Mindfulness Prevents Heavy Drinking. How Mindfulness Prevents Heavy Drinking. How Mindfulness Prevents Heavy Drinking. For all those who count on their daily glass of wine for a healthy heart, there’s a caveat. Drinking too much or too often can cause irreparable damage to various body organs and the brain. It could set off an addiction cycle that is hard to defeat and become the cause of despair, destruction and untimely death. As there is a thin line separating heavy drinking from chronic alcoholism, it is necessary to be aware of safe drinking practices, such as being mindful when one drinks. In a study conducted at the University College London, it was found that when one paid heed to the inner voice (mindfulness), the chances of one succumbing to excessive drinking were relatively less.

Alcohol Addiction Treatment Helpline. Alcohol Addiction Treatment Centers Texas. Alcohol Addiction Treatment Centers in Texas. Alcohol Addiction Treatment Centers. Alcohol Addiction Treatment Helpline Texas. Alcohol Addiction Treatment Centers in Texas. Alcohol Addiction Treatment Centers. Alcohol Addiction Treatment Helpline Texas. Alcohol Addiction Treatment Helpline. Alcohol Abuse is Linked With High Risk for Heart Ailments, Finds Study. Slide 1: www.alcoholaddictiongethelp.com Alcohol Abuse is Linked with High Risk for Heart Ailments Finds Study Everyone knows that drinking heavily over a long time can cause serious health issues. Apart from causing immediate effects such as nausea and vomiting prolonged heavy drinking can lead to a drastic impact on various organs of the body.

Its effect on the heart is a major cause of concern since it can lead to fatal consequences like a heart attack or a stroke. Heart is primarily composed of blood vessels and arteries running in and around it which pump blood to the other organs of the body. Any damage to these structures can disrupt the working of the heart resulting in cardiovascular diseases CVD. Slide 2: www.alcoholaddictiongethelp.com fibrillation cases 34000 fewer heart attacks and 91000 fewer patients with congestive heart failure in the United States alone” observed the study. Alcohol Abuse is Linked with High Risk for Heart Ailments, Finds Study. Alcohol Abuse is Linked with High Risk for Heart Ailments, Finds Study. Early intervention can help tackle underage drinking in minority comm…

Early intervention can help tackle underage drinking in minority communities by sharinavarez. Alcohol Abuse is Linked With High Risk for Heart Ailments, Finds Study. Everyone knows that drinking heavily over a long time can cause serious health issues. Apart from causing immediate effects such as nausea and vomiting, prolonged heavy drinking can lead to a drastic impact on various organs of the body. Its effect on the heart is a major cause of concern since it can lead to fatal consequences like a heart attack or a stroke. Heart is primarily composed of blood vessels and arteries running in and around it, which pump blood to the other organs of the body.

Any damage to these structures can disrupt the working of the heart, resulting in cardiovascular diseases (CVD). Although there are multiple factors that can cause CVD, alcohol consumption is one of the most prominent one. Early Intervention Can Help Tackle Underage Drinking in Minority Communities. Underage drinking is one of the most important public health issues afflicting the United States.

Alcohol is not only the most commonly and readily available substance of abuse amongst the American youth, but is also the most popular substance used for recreational and self-medication purposes. Though drinking can harm anybody regardless of his or her gender, age, ethnicity, social status or drinking pattern, there are significant alcohol-related health disparities among the youngsters, with those from the rural areas and underrepresented communities being affected the most.

Considering the growing menace of underage drinking, it is crucial to ensure early prevention as it is a risk factor for developing problematic alcohol consumption patterns that can persist in adulthood. Even in the field of clinical research, rural communities and other minority populations are by and large underrepresented in community-based research. Community and school-based interventions.

Study Reveals how Youngsters Decide If They are Drunk Enough. Slide 1: Study Reveals How Youngsters Decide If They Are Drunk Enough. Study Reveals How Youngsters Decide If They Are Drunk Enough by undefined. Alcohol Addiction Treatment Centers in USA. Alcohol Addiction Treatment Centers Texas, 24/7 Addiction Help. 5 Deadly Alternatives to Alcohol. 5 Myths Debunked About Wine. Wine is one of the most popular alcoholic drinks in the United States and forms part of most of the celebrations across the country.

However, little does anyone understand that an excess of anything is bad, especially when it is alcohol. Even wine when taken in large quantities can result in addiction and a significant impact on health, wealth and wisdom. According to a recent report by the Wine Institute, approximately 913 million gallons of wine was consumed in the U.S. in 2015. People who are hooked on wine probably drink more than the recommended levels and are at a higher risk of developing multiple health problems, such as sleep deficiency, obesity, heart disease, etc. Interestingly, there are an array of common misconceptions about wine, which can lead to its inappropriate intake, causing undesirable effects. 1. 2. 3. 4. 5.

Study Reveals How Youngsters Decide If They Are Drunk Enough. 5 Deadly Alternatives to Alcohol. Society loves creativity and usually appreciates creative people and their works. So far creativity has driven human progress to a large extent. However, there are certain individuals who misuse their creativity and indulge in harmful acts that create no value. Factors Causing Early Death of People With AUD. Seven Common Ways to Hide Alcohol Addiction. Alcohol abuse occurs when an individual begins consuming alcoholic drinks frequently in increasing quantities. It is generally believed that spotting an alcohol addiction is easier since the person starts showing the symptoms after he/she is a few pegs down. However, this is not true.

Factors Causing Early Death Of People With AUD. 7 Major Symptoms of Alcohol Poisoning. Alcohol addiction is one of the commonly observed addictions in the United States. An individual tends to develop an addiction to various substances due to several factors, such as genetics, environment, etc. Drug to Treat AUD Offers Ray of Hope to Drinkers With High Stress.

Heavy drinkers experience high stress, among other problems, but a recent study by the National Institute on Alcohol Abuse and Alcoholism (NIAAA) offers a ray of hope to them. 5 worst consequences of alcohol abuse - Texas Alcohol Addiction Helpline.