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    Acadia Hospital
  • 268 Stillwater Avenue
  • Bangor,ME, 04402


  • Acadia Recovery Community
  • 179 Indiana Avenue
  • Bangor,ME, 04401


  • Care Development of Maine
  • 970 Illinois Avenue
  • Bangor,ME, 04401


  • CDRP Clinic Veterans Administration
  • 304 Hancock Street
  • Bangor,ME, 04401


  • DDPC Grant/Acadia Healthcare
  • 656 State Street
  • Bangor,ME, 04401


  • Discovery House
  • 74 Dowd Road
  • Bangor,ME, 04401


  • Dwayne A Hogan LADC LCSW
  • 96 Harlow Street
  • Bangor,ME, 04401


  • Full Circle Wellness Center Inc
  • 265 Hammond Street
  • Bangor,ME, 04401


  • Independence Project LLC
  • 96 Harlow Street
  • Bangor,ME, 04401


  • Leeanne S Taylor MS LADC
  • 263 State Street
  • Bangor,ME, 04401


  • Manna Inc
  • 629 Main Street
  • Bangor,ME, 04401


  • Northeast Occupational Exchange
  • 29 Franklin Street
  • Bangor,ME, 04401


  • Penobscot County Metro Treatment Ctr
  • 659 Hogan Road
  • Bangor,ME, 04401


  • Phoenix Mental Health Services LLC
  • 444 Stillwater Avenue
  • Bangor,ME, 04401


  • Wellspring Inc
  • 98 Cumberland Street
  • Bangor,ME, 04401


  • Wellspring Inc
  • 255 Hammond Street
  • Bangor,ME, 04401


  • Wellspring Inc
  • 319 State Street
  • Bangor,ME, 04401


  • Alan Algee LCPC
  • 658 Main Road North
  • Hampden,ME, 04444


  • Full Circle Wellness Center Inc
  • 52 Main Street
  • Lincoln,ME, 04457


  • Northeast Occupational Exchange
  • 442 Moosehead Trail
  • Newport,ME, 04953


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Alcoholism is a form of drug addiction because the individual suffers from both physical and mental dependence on alcohol. There are 2 categories to this disease—abuse and dependence. An individual who is dependent on alcohol spends much time consuming alcohol, and obtaining it. Physical dependen The most chronic drinking behavior of Alcoholism involves prolonged drinking binges that result in mental or physical issues. Although some individuals can gain control over their dependence in the early stages before completing losing control, no one knows which heavy drinkers can accomplish this a No one knows the cause of alcoholic disease because there are many factors that may cause its development. A individual with an alcoholic parent is more likely to become an alcoholic than an individual who does not have the disease running in her immediate family. Although research indicates that sp An alcoholic may undergo psychological issues, including the need for relieving her anxiety, troubled relationships, depression, and lack of self-esteem. Social issues may arise as well, such as peer pressure, alcohol use being socially accepted, and a stressful lifestyle. Statistics show that appro
When alcohol enters the body, the liver breaks it down so it can be eradicated from your body. If you ingest more alcohol than the liver is capable of processing, an imbalance can occur, wounding the liver by disrupting its typical breakdown of protein, carbohydrates and fats. This is why alcohol an The ingestion of alcohol has three types of liver disease that are related to it. Fatty liver happens in nearly all people who drink heavily. The condition will get better after an individual ceases drinking. Alcoholic hepatitis is when the liver becomes inflamed; up to 35 percent of heavy drinkers Another example of the close association of alcohol and liver disease is alcoholic cirrhosis, which is the most dangerous type of alcohol-related liver disease. Around 10 to 20 percent of heavy drinkers get cirrhosis of the liver, generally after 10 or more years of heavy drinking. The symptoms of c The progression often sees heavy drinkers going from the fatty liver stage to alcoholic hepatitis and gradually to alcoholic cirrhosis; however, this progression depends on the patient. The chance of getting cirrhosis of the liver is especially high for individuals who drink heavily and have an addi