Guide to Fluoxetine and Alcohol

Fluoxetine is an anti-depressant commonly consumed in the United Kingdom. Fluoxetine is also known as Prozac. Fluoxetine is a selective serotonin reuptake inhibitor (SSRI). Fluoxetine works by manipulating neurotransmitters located …

Nelsan Ellis Death Illustrates the Dangers of Home Detox

Well-known US actor, Nelsan Ellis, recently passed away at the age of 39 due to complications arising during an alcohol withdrawal. The cause of death was recorded as heart failure. …

How Long Does Alcohol Stay in Your System?

It takes the body around an hour to metabolise one unit of alcohol. However, the amount of time it takes the body to break down alcohol is influenced by a …

Guide to ADHD and Addiction

In this guide, we outline the link between attention deficit hyperactivity disorder (ADHD) and the increased risk of developing an addiction to drugs and alcohol. The aim of this guide …

Alcohol Rehab Treatment Options in Bristol

In this blog post, we outline the various drug and alcohol rehab treatment in Bristol, South West England. Treatment options are offered by private clinics, charities and the NHS. By …

Supporting Your Partner in Rehab

In this blog post, we offer you advice and guidance if a loved one is currently battling with an addiction to alcohol or drugs. If you currently live with this …

Surviving an Alcohol Detox

In this blog post, we provide advice for people considering or about to embark on an alcohol detox programme. If you have not undertaken a detox programme in the past, …

How to Stop Drinking Alcohol

  If you are addicted to alcohol, ‘getting into recovery’ may seem like an impossible goal. Whilst it’s certainly not easy to defeat your alcoholism, even if you attend an …

How To Reduce Alcohol-Related Harm in the UK

In this post, we discuss a number of ways we can reduce the harms done by alcohol. Alcoholism kills around two million people a year throughout the World. Even in …

Women Now Drinking Nearly As Much Alcohol as Men

A new global study published in the BMJ Open reveals women have almost caught up with men in terms of the amount of alcohol they consume. The study, perhaps the …