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Courage Drug & Alcohol
Abuse Services

There are a lot of  stages that a victim of abuse goes through along the Journey to recovery and we are here to help. 

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Drug & Alcohol Abuse
Treatment, Recovery, Support & Opportunity

What is drug and alcohol dependence?

Becoming dependent on alcohol or other drugs means you rely on a substance to feel good or normal, or to cope with everyday life. If you continue to use alcohol or other drugs despite knowing the harmful consequences, you could have developed a dependence.

What are the factors influencing drug and alcohol abuse?

Peer pressure is a strong factor in starting to use and misuse drugs, particularly for young people. Lack of family involvement. Difficult family situations or lack of a bond with your parents or siblings may increase the risk of addiction, as can a lack of parental supervision. Early use.

Is alcohol and substance abuse the same thing?

Alcohol addiction is simply a form of the larger category of drug addiction, so they each are intertwined together. While not all addiction causes the same feelings or withdrawal symptoms, all substance abuse stems from similar sources, such as the desire to numb physical or emotional pain.

What drug is commonly used to treat alcoholics?

Acamprosate (Campral®): This medicine was approved by the U.S. Food and Drug Administration (FDA) to treat alcohol dependence*. It helps rebalance chemicals in the brain that may be changed by drinking too much. Disulfiram (Antabuse®): This medicine was approved by the FDA to treat alcohol dependence*.

What is considered a drug of dependence?

Drugs of dependence are prescription medicines that have a recognised therapeutic need but also a higher potential for misuse, abuse and dependence.

What are 3 risk factors for drug abuse?

Risk Factors for High-Risk Substance Use
Family history of substance use. Favorable parental attitudes towards the behavior. Poor parental monitoring. Parental substance use.

What Causes Alcoholism?

  • Family history and genetics. You are at increased risk of developing alcohol addiction if you have a close family member with an addiction, such as a parent or sibling. ...

  • Life events. ...

  • Experiencing abuse and/or neglect in childhood. ...

  • Social factors. ...

  • Underage drinking.

What are 3 factors that lead to substance abuse?

Factors such as peer pressure, physical and sexual abuse, early exposure to drugs, stress, and parental guidance can greatly affect a person's likelihood of drug use and addiction. Development. Genetic and environmental factors interact with critical developmental stages in a person's life to affect addiction risk.

What are the psychological causes of drug abuse?

A person's genes, the action of the drug, peer pressure, emotional distress, anxiety, depression, and environmental stress can all be factors. Many who develop a substance use problem have depression, attention deficit disorder, post-traumatic stress disorder, or another mental problem.

Which of the following are warning signs of alcoholism?

Warning Signs of Substance and Alcohol Use Disorder

  • Bloodshot eyes, pupils larger or smaller than usual.

  • Changes in appetite or sleep patterns.

  • Deterioration of physical appearance, personal grooming habits.

  • Runny nose or sniffling.

  • Sudden weight loss or weight gain.

  • Tremors, slurred speech, or impaired coordination.

What health problems can alcoholism cause?

Long-Term Health Risks. Over time, excessive alcohol use can lead to the development of chronic diseases and other serious problems including: High blood pressure, heart disease, stroke, liver disease, and digestive problems. Cancer of the breast, mouth, throat, esophagus, voice box, liver, colon, and rectum.

What makes you more sober?

You can't make yourself sober up more quickly. Time is the only solution. If you're feeling the effects of alcohol, drink water or sports drinks to prevent dehydration. Certain OTC medications and bland foods can help with a headache or an upset stomach.

What is the name of the disease in which a person is addicted to alcohol?

Alcohol use disorder (AUD) is a medical condition characterized by an impaired ability to stop or control alcohol use despite adverse social, occupational, or health consequences. 

What is the most popular treatment for alcoholism?

Health care professionals provide two types of treatment for alcohol use disorder:

  • Talk therapy. A licensed therapist can help people build coping strategies and skills to stop or reduce drinking. ...

  • Medications. A primary care clinician or a board-certified addiction doctor can prescribe non-addicting medications. 

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