The abrupt cessation of alcohol intake of long periods of excesses can carry with it some very troubling effects, some have been known to be fatal, so the process should be handled by a trained professional with the knowhow on ways to go about a withdrawal and a relapse that may fail a proposed therapy module for a cli

Read more...

A.A Gill, who was a Scottish writer and critic penned down a compelling piece in his first-ever article for Tatler three decades ago; the article details his struggles with alcoholism, but what raises great interest is when he described the role of group therapy in the management of alcoholism. As a ‘central core for

Read more...

ALCOHOL ABUSE

Alcoholism, also known as alcohol use disorder is a broad term for the consumption of alcohol that results in mental or physical health problems. The World Health Organization estimates that as of 2010, there were 208 million people with alcoholism worldwide (41% of the population over 15 years of age). It’s more

Read more...

FERMENTED LIQUIDS

Fermented beverages (Alcohol) have been with us for ages, some records show that we have been using them from as early as the Neolithic age (circa 1000 BC). The exact period of the advent of alcohol, or when humans began to purposefully utilize fermented beverages is impossible to trace, but probably when the first per

Read more...
Scroll Down