Thursday, August 8, 2013

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Alcoholism and substance abuse addiction are chronic and progressive diseases, and without help can be fatal. Drug alcohol addiction treatment rehab is necessary when the alcoholic or drug addict can not stop on their own. 

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Friday, July 5, 2013

Unhealthy Drinking Widespread Around the World

Mar. 4, 2013 — A new study by the Centre for Addiction and Mental Health (CAMH) shows that alcohol is now the third leading cause of the global burden of disease and injury, despite the fact most adults worldwide abstain from drinking.

This research, part of the 2010 Global Burden of Disease study, was published in this month's issue of the journal Addiction. It also found that Canadians drink more than 50 per cent above the global average.
"Alcohol consumption has been found to cause more than 200 different diseases and injuries," said Kevin Shield, the lead author of the study. "These include not only well-known outcomes of drinking such as liver cirrhosis or traffic accidents, but also several types of cancer, such as female breast cancer."

The study reports the amount and patterns of alcohol consumption by country for 2005, and calculates estimates for these figures for 2010.It reveals vast differences by geographical region in the numbers of people who consume alcohol, the amount they drink, and general patterns of drinking. Some other findings:
  • Drinkers in Europe and parts of Sub-Saharan Africa are the world's heaviest consumers of alcohol, on average.
  • People in Eastern Europe and Southern Sub-Saharan Africa consumed alcohol in the unhealthiest manner, as they frequently consumed large quantities, drank to intoxication, engaged in prolonged binges, and consumed alcohol mainly outside of meals.
  • People in North Africa, the Middle East and South Asia consumed the least amount of alcohol.
  • North Americans in general, and Canadians in particular drink more than 50 per cent above the global average, and show a more detrimental drinking pattern than most EU countries, with more binging.
The global burden of disease and injury attributable to alcohol is large and growing. In 2010, it was responsible for 5.5 per cent of this overall burden, third after high blood pressure and tobacco smoking, among 67 risk factors overall.

This study summarizes the results from population surveys, sales or production data, and data on alcohol consumption not covered in official records, from all countries, territories and regions.
Researchers also found that almost 30 per cent of alcohol consumed in 2005 was "unrecorded" alcohol -- referring to alcohol not intended for consumption, home-brewed alcohol, and illegally produced alcohol.In some regions, unrecorded alcohol constituted more than half of all alcohol consumed.

"The amount of unrecorded alcohol consumed is a particular problem, as its consumptionis not impacted by public health alcohol policies, such as taxation, which can moderate consumption," said Dr. J├╝rgen Rehm, a study author and director of CAMH's Social and Epidemiological Research Department.

"Improving alcohol control policies presents one of the greatest opportunities to prevent much of the health burden caused by alcohol consumption," said Dr. Shield "To improve these policies, information on how much alcohol people are consuming, and how people are consuming alcohol is necessary, and that is exactly the information this article presents." 

Wednesday, March 27, 2013

Wednesday, January 16, 2013

English Mountain Testimonials

My decision:
My decision to come to English Mountain Recovery was mostly to get away from family pressure. I was pleasantly surprised by the warm reception by staff and clients. Being from California I was not sure what to expect but I found what I needed at this treatment facility. The environment provided me with the opportunity to build a foundation of a solid program of recovery. The staff was great, I am very grateful I came to English Mountain Recovery and would recommend it to anyone with a substance abuse problem.
 Tom M.

Self destruction:
I am from Ohio where I was living a life of self destruction. I’m not sure how the mountain found me, but I am sure it was in God’s plan. Since I’ve been here I have learned a great deal about my addiction and myself. I believe English Mountain Recovery has saved my life and help me find God. I am eternally grateful to both the founders and to the wonderful staff at English Mountain.
Shann K.

Your professional staff has been informative and caring during my stay. Because of your kindness and understanding you have made the world a better place. Before I came here I was scared of what I had become. Now I can hold my head high and be proud of what I have become. I know now that I do not have to be ashamed and I can look forward to a future. I cannot express how grateful I am that people like you exist. I do not know where I would be if it were not for English Mountain Recovery.
Adam R.

Tuesday, November 6, 2012

90 Day Low Cost Treatment Center with Exceptional Tenured Staff

The founders of  English Mountain Recovery are some of the few people in this industry that have decided to give back what has been so freely given to them.

After seven years of solid sobriety God blessed us with the opportunity to purchase property in Tennessee on English Mountain. This property was to become English Mountain Recovery (EMR). The 27 acres of property had once been a resort that had been closed for many years. English Mountain had been host to many dignitaries including U.S. Congressmen and President Theodore Roosevelt.

English Mountain Recovery has been helping men and women recover from addiction for more than a decade. Their 90 day rehab program is the most affordable and effective available. They are also CARF accredited and considered one of the top 10 treatment centers in the United States.

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