Let’s face it, giving up drinking isn’t easy. The sobriety journey itself isn’t a cake walk either, particularly if you’re someone with Alcohol Use Disorder (AUD). It is, however, one of the most rewarding things you can do for yourself, but it does require diligence. Here are some tips for maintaining long-term sobriety once you’ve made the very brave decision to put down the alcohol.
For nearly four decades, The New Paradigm for Recovery has set the standard for Alcohol Use Disorder treatment. Treating substance abuse like a chronic illness
Whether you are newly sober or have years of sobriety under your belt, Soberlink can make a positive impact on your recovery journey. Combining a breathalyzer with a cloud-based system Soberlink offers a variety of features specifically designed to promote accountability for sobriety and long-term recovery. Here are a five ways Soberlink supports lasting sobriety through state-of-the-art alcohol monitoring.
Football season is hard for anyone who suffers from Alcohol Use Disorder (AUD). It’s synonymous with drinking beer and, in my house on the West Coast, an excuse for early mimosas. The television ads are saturated – like I used to be – with alcohol commercials. While it may seem difficult, if not impossible, for a person with AUD to also be a football fan, it can be done in a way that is safe and fun. Here are five tips for staying sober during football season.
How do we make recovery not just a possibility, but the expected outcome of addiction treatment? This was a question thought leaders sought to answer at a 2013 symposium held at the Institute for Behavior and Health, Inc. What stemmed from this conversation was a new perspective on addiction recovery, one that focused on long-term monitoring as a means of achieving lifelong recovery.