How To Detect
the 4 Stages of
Once and For All!
Taking Control of Alcohol
As you read this letter, you will see that
there is no "hype." There is much that could be written
about alcohol abuse that would rank amongst the top level "hard
sell" verbiage. Much of that could be written as humor.
However, alcoholism is not a laughing
matter and our discussion here deserves serious attention.
We see and hear the statistics on
television all the time. More and more people are
"self medicating" with illegal drugs. Adults, teenagers,
young and old alike. . . no one is immune. With all the
choices out there the number one drug of choice is still
Alcoholism is spiraling out of control
here in the U.S. and abroad. Perhaps you can recall images
of the "town drunk" in the old western movies. He was
usually portrayed as a bumbling, likable and hearty sort of
fellow who made you laugh.
one is laughing anymore.
The chances are very high
that you have a friend or family member who is abusing alcohol.
Most people who abuse alcohol are in a constant state of denial.
They don't believe that alcohol is a problem for them, therefore
they do not seek treatment.
Ignoring the problem only
exacerbates the situation. Sometimes the only course of
action is intervention, usually by loved ones. That's why
it is so important to be informed and know what to look for in
your own sphere of influence.
just what can I do about my loved one and alcohol abuse?
Learning about alcohol abuse has
never been easier. "Take Control
of Alcohol" is just what you need to educate yourself
about alcohol. It is written in language that is simple
and easy to understand.
Before you can help someone
to recovery, you need to understand exactly what alcohol abuse
is, where it comes from and why the afflicted party has it.
Learning this information is the first step in being able to
lead your loved one along that road to recovery.
Did you know that:
40% of alcoholics in the U.S. are women?
High alcohol content in the body reduces immune system
ability to fight off diseases?
is cancerous by itself and causes cancer of various body
Women encounter higher health risks due to alcoholism than
Beer does not have a lower
intoxication effect than wine or spirits?
Everyone is at risk for
alcoholism. It touches men, women, teens and the
elderly. Without help it is very difficult to stop
drinking. The biggest problem is denial. Many
people will look at a list of symptoms, shrug their
shoulders and tell themselves, "Well, that's not me. . .I
don't have a drink until after 5:00 p.m.).
If you suspect that a family member or friend is addicted to
alcohol, you need to
educate yourself. The best way to do that is to
get your own copy of
of Alcohol" and start
learning right now.
Every moment you delay, the risks and effects of alcoholism
are increasing. Grab your copy and learn what you
need to do right now !