Alcohol intolerance — caused primarily by a deficiency in the enzyme alcohol dehydrogenase —- can lead to skin flushing, an upset stomach, rapid heartbeat, sinus issues, headaches, low blood pressure, diarrhea, shortness of breath, hot flashes, and itchiness.
Alcohol cravings often occur as an automatic response to a trigger. Our brain remembers positive experiences associated with alcohol and sends signals, or cravings, to encourage the behavior.
This blog identifies eight common toxic behaviors in relationships, detailing their effects and providing effective coping strategies. It emphasizes the importance of recognizing these patterns to foster healthier relationship dynamics.
Heavy drinking can lead to a severe mental health condition known as alcohol-induced psychosis, which leads to hallucinations and delusions. Our latest blog discusses the signs, symptoms, and causes of alcohol-induced psychosis.
Are you concerned that your nightly glass of red might be contributing to that growing bulge around your midsection? You're not alone! Let's dive right into the science and discover the truth behind the wine belly.
Ready for a reality check? Binge drinking may feel like a wild and fun ride, but it can quickly get dangerous. Learn about the immediate and long-lasting dangers of binge drinking.
Wondering what you can expect when you quit drinking for a month? This blog post shares all of the wonderful benefits you can expect!
Wondering what benefits you can expect when you go alcohol-free? In this blog post, we'll cover 10 specific benefits.
Alcohol withdrawal is an uncomfortable process, as it can bring about symptoms such as nausea and irritability. But how long does it last? Here’s a timeline of what you can expect.