Alcoholism is a disease that affects 14 million Americans, and is characterized by a physical and possibly emotional addiction to alcohol, making it difficult or even impossible to stop or moderate the drinking of alcohol. Alcoholism is difficult not only on the sufferer but their loved ones as well, as excessive alcohol consumption can trigger episodes of verbal abuse or violence. While most Americans are able to moderate their drinking, alcoholics need assistance in order to overcome the desire to drink, whether through Alcoholics Anonymous or a professional rehab facility. To better understand the options for treatment, visit angelsrecovery.com.
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