Is Cocaine Addictive?

What Is Cocaine? It is a highly addictive drug which is a strong stimulant and recreational drug by nature. It is a purified form of a chemical called cocaine hydrochloride. Earlier, in the 1900s, cocaine was used as medical anaesthetics for major injuries and operations. Later, it was banned or used rarely due to its […]

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10 Warning Signs of Alzheimer&...

What is Alzheimer’s disease? It is a progressive mental health disorder which occurs mainly during the middle or old ages. Alzheimer’s disease is caused due to the death of brain cells which may damage the memory of a person permanently. So, how to identify if someone suffering from Alzheimer’s diseases? There are some specific warning […]

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How is Cocaine Addiction Treat...

Cocaine is a potent drug and can be very addictive. It has destroyed many lives and taken the lives of many before their time. Even a single use can result in overdose and death and long-term use can cause serious health consequences. Cocaine addiction treatment can help those suffering from addiction to reclaim their lives. […]

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Dementia Treatment

It is somewhat disappointing that more information regarding Dementia is not in the mainstream media. While millions of families suffer in silence, the numbers continue to increase as more people continue to be diagnosed with this insidious disease. According to the research studies, In India, only 1 out of 10 people with Dementia receive a […]

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AMPHETAMINE ADDICTION

What Is Amphetamine? Amphetamine is a form of synthetic stimulant type drug. It can provide a feeling of high competence to the individual’s central nervous system. In this period of time, the body might feel increased concentration and energy. Earlier, amphetamine was used to treat the mental health conditions. It can treat the conditions such […]

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Effective Ways to Reduce Your Alcohol Consumption

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Effective ways to reduce your alcohol consumption– Studies have always proven and doctors have always advocated that by reducing alcohol content you could live a long and a healthy life. But for a lot of us that it is a hard thing to achieve and on contrary we tend to consume large amounts of alcohol. The World Health Organisation (WHO) shows a statistics of how every year around 3.3 million people die from alcohol consumption and alcohol-related issues.

Effective ways to reduce your alcohol consumption:

1. Add water to your drink: By reducing the strength of the alcoholic substance, you could enjoy the drink while making sure you consume in moderate amounts. Water down your liquor and try consuming it in this fashion.

2. Be aware of your consumption: By being aware of how much you drink, you make mental note of your consumption so you don’t go overboard. Find ways of reminding you of your consumption by noting down in your calendar how many times this week you consumed alcohol, you could even use your phone to do so.

3. Set limits: Limit yourself to how many days in a week you would consume alcohol and how many drinks you would have that day. Then weekly keep cutting down on either a number of drinks or the days you drink.

4. Pace and space: While consuming alcohol make sure you sip it slowly and not down the drink like water. Don’t order or make another drink for yourself soon after consuming your previous drink, wait for some time at least for an hour to consume your next drink. During that hour you could probably drink some water or other beverage of your choice which is non-alcoholic.  

5. Consume some food: While spacing out your drink you could even consume some food as that would stop you from making your next drink or ordering your drink. Eating food also helps to absorb alcohol into your system slowly. And drinking on an empty stomach is always dangerous.

6. Find other alternatives: Develop and indulge in new, healthy activities. You could meet a friend or even, join a class or enjoy a hobby. During such times make sure you do not consume alcohol. Learn to distract yourself.

7. Avoid triggers: Avoid those people or places that encourage you to drink even when you don’t want to. Stop encountering those situations and people that trigger the urge for you to drink.

8. Learn to say no: This applies both to you and others. You’ll always be offered a drink and also meet people who would insist you to have a drink. You yourself would be tempted to drink and probably try to convince yourself for just one drink. Stop your thoughts that sway in that direction and say NO. Affirmatively and politely say “no, thanks” to others and stand your ground.

9. Seek professional help: When all else fails and you believe you cannot handle your alcohol consumption seek professional help. Our qualified mental health practitioner is more than equipped to help you with your drinking problem here at Cadabams. Cadabams Anunitha- the rehabilitation centre for alcohol provides rehabilitation facility for you to overcome your drinking problem. Which is purely based on evidence-based furthermore, the treatments and therapies will be provided as per the severity of the individuals with more care. Reach us at  +91 96111 94949.

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