Ashish Money lived with an alcoholic father as a kid. He often felt embarrassed, sad, rejected and helpless. But as Ashish became older, he started drinking too. He didn’t have the slightest idea how he started it. Was it because of his father? He wanted to stop drinking but it was beyond his control. His father couldn’t help him, neither could his friends. It was now up to his God-fearing sister to pull him out. What happened next? Watch this video to find out. Video Rating: / 5
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Alcohol Addiction Treatment in Kelowna, BC at Options Okanagan
Alcohol Rehab Treatment Center and Detox Program in Kelowna, BC – Options Okanagan Treatment Center
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The Treatment You Need To Deal With Alcohol Addiction
Alcohol addiction is a problem that many of us have to deal with in order to lead healthy, productive lives.
1) The Nature Of Alcoholism
First, let’s review a little terminology. “Alcoholism” is technically used to describe full-blown dependence on alcohol.
2) Individual Strength
No matter how much (or how little) alcohol you’re used to drinking, a large part of cutting it out of your life is self-determination.
When Assistance Is Required
3) When Assistance Is Required
As noted above, you need a great deal of honesty and insight to give up alcohol successfully.
4) Medical Help
For real alcoholics, medical assistance is an important part of alcohol treatment.
5) Support Systems
Although your own dedication is the most important factor in successfully treating an alcohol problem, virtually everyone who successfully quits does so with help from other people. As you’re probably aware, there are several long-term support groups that can help guide addicts through the recovery process.
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The Hard Way (2000) – A young man prepares to be handcuffed to his bed for two weeks to beat his heroin addiction once and for all.
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In a few hours, the sweating will begin, the pain and anxiety of withdrawal. For the next two weeks, he and hundreds of heroin addicts like him will stay chained to their beds and be fed bread and water. Brutal as it may seem, this is a desperate grassroots response to Russia’s escalating drug problem.
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A protein in the brain that binds to alcohol could be the key to curing alcoholism, reports UH College of Pharmacy medicinal chemist Joydip Das in eNeuro, a journal of the Society for Neuroscience. The protein, called MUNC 13-1, plays a pivotal role in the development of tolerance to alcoholism according to Das.
“If a person becomes tolerant of one drink, he will have another and maybe another. If we could stop alcohol from binding into MUNC 13-1 it will help problem drinkers in reducing tolerance. If we can reduce tolerance we can reduce addiction,” said Das whose study focuses on binge alcohol exposure.
The process of MUNC 13-1 binding to alcohol takes place in a brain synapse, where one nerve cell, or neuron, passes a signal to another. Specifically, the binding takes place in the presynaptic space, a much understudied portion of the synapse mechanism.
During binge alcohol exposure, alcohol creates widespread and long-lasting changes in neural activity, altering both presynaptic and postsynaptic activity.
“Reduction in Dunc13 produces a behavioral and physiological resistance to sedative effects of ethanol,” said Das. That makes MUNC 13-1 an important target for developing drugs. “We need to develop a pill that would inhibit alcohol binding to MUNC 13 and reduce its activity. Based on our results so far, this would likely reduce the formation of tolerance, making it harder to become addicted to alcohol,” said Das. Video Rating: / 5