Alcoholism Information

alcohol treatment

You should be treated with regular medication and guidance, if you stick with the practice of drinking alcohol. You must get to know the serious effects of alcoholic intake and moreover you must find several helpful resources that tell you more about Alcoholism information. Alcoholism is otherwise called as alcohol dependence and it is merely a disease which has the following signs and symptoms. The symptoms will include:

1. Nonstop interest in drinking and urge to intake liquor 2. Inability and lack of control and the person loses the capability of stop drinking 3. Continuous intake of alcohol will lead to serious symptoms like sweating, nausea, shakiness, anxiety and mental depression while giving a stop on drinking 4. Increased interest in the intake of alcohol If you find all these symptoms, then it is for sure that you have to get treatment under medical onsite

Regular intake of alcohol not merely just drinks your health, but it also drinks the living of your family, friends and relatives. Akin like any other disease, alcoholism will take away the persons life and finally leads to death. Everyone might have a question, whether alcohol could be cured! Though alcohol is not taken as a regular basis, the impact will really explicate when days pass on. While the patient is treated under a right medical care, then could gradually recover to a well-defined lifestyle and healthy living

Alcoholism information will include several different facts and it also explains about the serious consequences and effects. Some individuals will give up drinking alcohol by their self encouragement and efforts. Considering other case, some people will never even give a try to give a stop to alcohol drinking. Alcoholism will affect people of any group irrespective to nationality, race and gender. Individuals who have been drinking alcohol from their little age will definitely face alcoholic troubles during some point of life

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RETRO STU posted a photo: (WTAU) Women’s Total Abstinence Union - member’s medal (1920’s or earlier) The Women’s Total Abstinence Union (WTAU) was a British temperance movement founded in 1893 as a breakaway group from the British Women’s Temperance Association (BWTA). This split was due to differences in policy towards women’s suffrage and political activism, against which the founding members of the WTAU preferred to distance themselves. Despite this, the WTAU maintained close links to other temperance and women’s movements with common aims and objectives.

The WTAU held their first conference on 2nd November 1894 and from there the organisation slowly grew as new branches were established throughout Britain and Ireland. By 1900, the WTAU had around 310 “federated societies”. These federated societies tended to be local affiliates of the WTAU who campaigned on their behalf, but under a different name.

WTAU campaigns were solely “anti drink” and directed against the sale of ‘intoxicating drinks’ to children, abuse of publican’s opening hours, repeal of grocer’s and shopkeeper’s licences to sell alcohol as well as campaigning for the care, treatment and reform of alcoholics (or inebriates as they were known then). Rank and file members would pay close attention to alcohol abuses by vendors and collect evidence against them.

By the outbreak of WW1 in 1914, the temperance movement was already in decline and this pace quickened after the war. By then, it was no longer an issue in national politics, where previously the Liberal Party has been the temperance movement’s greatest political ally. With general membership falling as well, the WTAU and the National British Women’s Temperance Association (NBWTA) merged in 1926 to form the National British Women’s Temperance Association Union. The NBWTAU was renamed the White Ribbon Association in 1993.

‘Wings’ was the official magazine of the WTAU which they retained control of after the split from the BWTA. It was published monthly at a cost of 1d (one penny) per issue and its logo was adapted for use by the WTAU, as seen with this badge. This same medal design was also issued as a pin badge.

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www.aim25.ac.uk/cgi-bin/vcdf/detail?coll_id=10631&ins... (The WTAU were part of the general British women’s temperance movement from c.1875 to 1926, when the WTAU merged with the British Women's Temperance Association in 1926 to form the National British Women's Total Abstinence Union).

alcoholanddrugshistorysociety.org/2016/03/30/15274/ (The influences of the British women’s temperance movement also gained ground in the United States and since the 1920’s, their campaigns also extended to gambling and prostitution (moral welfare). This link outlines the women’s temperance movement in the United States.)

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The Evil Reverend Trask posted a photo: Next Time I See Eugene/Detroit next time i see eugene
ill ask him why it is,
that being bad and eating food
are specialties of his
ill ask about the postcards
that seem so very nice
but when i stand inside of them
im asking his advice,
on mannequins and music too
on cloudy times and me and you
on how to watch the sun fall down
and lifting up the rainy sounds
ill ask about the empty space
and how that i might find your face
and see you like i did before
the bottle turned us into whores

next time i see eugene
ill ask him why it is
that scratching things and sleeping
are specialties of his

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