If someone thinks they may have an alcohol problem and wants to modify their drinking or abstain completely from alcohol, there are options available that can help. The individual in question must show desire and be motivated to do something about their drinking habits. This blog is meant to aid that person in making the determination to get help.
Framingham, MA (PRWEB) May 7, 2008
If you think you may have troubling issues with alcohol the new FreedomFromAlcohol.com Blog, aptly named the Alcohol Freedom Blog, will assist in identifying whether you have a problem. The new blog features categories that will be of specific interest to people currently in recovery, problem drinkers who may be resistant to treatment and individuals who suspect they may have a problem and are searching for answers.
Blog categories include Stories of Strength, Alcohol Recovery, Prescription Alcohol Craving Medications, Life Strategies and Alcohol Treatment Programs among other interesting topics that anyone struggling with alcohol abuse issues will find fascinating. All offer insight into the world of alcoholism, problem drinking and recovery. Michael Pearlman, M.D., Medical Director and Founder of the FreedomFromAlcohol™ Method of treatment and recovery, based in Framingham MA, launched the impressive web log because problem drinkers needed to know the facts about excessive drinking and what can happen if left untreated.
"Problem drinkers needed an information source that tells it like it is. There are factual stories and information that will assist alcohol abusers and problem drinkers determine whether or not they may have a significant enough problem to seek help. If they can identify with the stories in our blog, then they may take the next step and get treatment," said Pearlman.
One post at The Alcohol Freedom Blog called 'Your Best and Worst Day', is a true story of a thirty something businessman's descent into alcoholic oblivion and his challenge to regain his life in recovery. It's a powerful dialogue that pulls no punches and yet shows the courage, strength and determination required to regain ones life from alcohol abuse.
Pearlman added, "If someone thinks they may have an alcohol problem and wants to modify their drinking or abstain completely from alcohol, there are options available that can help. The individual in question must show desire and be motivated to do something about their drinking habits. This blog is meant to aid that person in making the determination to get help."
Millions of North Americans are categorized as social drinkers and a vast amount of those people will develop some sort of problem with alcohol. According to a recent study 1 in 5 adults are currently drinking too much and 1 in 20 adults are drinking at 'harmful' levels that will inevitably lead to alcohol related illnesses. There is much evidence to suggest that alcohol abuse is on the rise and those affected by the trend can visit the Alcohol Freedom Blog for answers and information.
If you or someone you know is suspected of having a drinking problem, the Alcohol Freedom Blog will help them determine their level of excessive drinking; the treatment options available today and most importantly, understand that the decision to seek help for a potentially fatal alcohol addiction is not a weakness but a true sign of strength.
Doctor Pearlman concluded by saying, "drinking alcohol excessively shouldn't be keeping people from enjoying the kind of life that they truly desire. By reading our new Alcohol Freedom Blog they are taking the first steps to managing their problem drinking or abstaining altogether, once again rediscovering, appreciating and making the most of their life."
Michael Pearlman M.D. is the Founder of the FreedomFromAlcohol Method, a renowned alcohol cessation/ drinking modification program. Hundreds of satisfied clients have been successfully treated and are living the life they have always desired.
Visit: http://www.FreedomFromAlcohol.com and learn more about Dr. Michael Pearlman's innovative treatment options.
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