Drug And Alcohol Overdose – Don’t Let It Happen To You!

In England alone, there were over 314,000 potential years of life lost related to alcohol consumption, the highest level since 2011 and there were 4,359 deaths related to drug poisoning registered in the UK, the highest number and the highest annual increase.

These numbers are shocking. We need to bring the topics of addictions and overdoses into the spotlight, remove the stigma and shame previously attached to them and raise awareness for this vital issue. These lives could have been saved from Addictions that are treatable & overdoses that are preventable!

The Third Stage Of Recovery – Maintaining Abstinence

If you have been clean and/or sober for approximately 90 days or more, you now need to put the tools that you learned in your early recovery to work toward maintaining your sobriety and avoiding relapse. That’s where the information contained within this article will benefit you most. You can also find links, suggestions, tools and techniques that will help your recovery.

The First Stage Of Recovery – Recognising The Problem, Seeking Help And Initiating Treatment

If you have decided that your drug and/or alcohol use has become unmanageable, a distraction from things you may have once enjoyed or needed to do, affecting relationships with friends and family, affecting your career or work or having an impact on your health then you need to get help for your drinking or drug abuse problem. You have already entered the first stage of recovery by admitting that you have a problem, admitting your life has become unmanageable and needing to seek help.

Continue reading this article to find out more information as well as links and contact information for those who can best help you.