We’re cheering on everyone who has signed up to Go Sober for October. But what if you’re one of over 600,000 adults in England who are dependent on alcohol?
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Busy working parent, Joanna, spoke to the Mail Online about her alcohol addiction and treatment at Help Me Stop. Joanna successfully completed Help Me Stop’s digital dayhab programme.
Many years ago, Consultant Psychiatrist Tom Foster wrote a paper, Dying for a Drink, about the link between mental health, suicide, and the use of alcohol. In particular he explored the correlation of this around SAD (seasonal affective disorder). As we move further into the winter months and as a pre-cursor to alcohol awareness week this something that needs to be considered.
World Drug Day arrives with our country in a state like never before. In a uniquely challenging time in our history, treatment and care for drug addiction must continue.
For many, problematic drug and alcohol use and addiction are diseases that live in loneliness. As dependency on and abuse of drugs and alcohol worsens, important areas of our lives are steadily dropped as dependence takes hold. This cycle can be broken, however, and a better life can be achieved.
Our revolutionary Dayhab programme differs from traditional treatment models. Here’s how.