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Alcohol consumption can and does affects how the gastrointestinal (GI) functions, which can vary from person to person.  It also increases...
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Hi Server alcoholism has many bad side effects to your body, best thing you can do for yourself is give it up, just go one day at a time, with lots...
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That is really up to the patient and the rules of the alcohol treatment program. There are no general rules about when someone can get a call...
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Hi This is from webmd, you just may find this interesting for you answer. Nerve damage Heavy drinking can cause a form of nerve damage known as...
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If it was easy to quit drinking alcohol, everyone would probably do it. You are addicted and you need help with this disease.  I would suggest...
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Hi, Alcoholics tend to have night sweats because the body is actually starting to go through withdrawal while they are sleeping. The body is trying...
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Hi Know your problem, just the opposite sex, but like you have had for to many years, my doctor said there is nothing you can do for it, but...
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I would suggest that you contact Alcoholics Annoymous or Alanon in your area for assistance. If you can get your husand to a meeting (I know this may...
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I'm not sure if that's a good idea.  My wife, who is an alcoholic, tried drinking non-alcoholic beer for awhile, but quit because it...
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Perhaps. Some studies have even shown that grape juice has some cardiac protective benefits, like red wine. I don't think the alcohol component...
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You have come to an important point in your life - your drinking is not making your life better, it is clearly making your life worse - and I also...
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Family risk factors for teenagers developing drinking problems include low levels of parent supervision or communication, family conflicts...
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There are few medications that are considered effective in treating alcoholism. Zofran (ondansetron) has been found to be effective in treating...
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As defined by the Diagnostic and Statistical Manual of Mental Disorders, alcoholism (alcohol dependence) is a negative pattern of alcohol use leading...
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Excessive alcohol use can increase the risk of congestive heart failure by causing a cardiomyopathy -- which is a medical term used to describe...
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