Blog Posts - Binge Drinking



Research Finds that Those Who are 65 Years and Older Binge Drink

When you think of binge drinking you might think of those between the ages of 18 and 24 participating in this kind of behavior. And it is certainly true that young adults make up the largest percentage of the population who binge drink. However, acco...
by Recovery Advocates on Jun 17, 2016

What is Binge Drinking?

By David Joel Miller. Binge drinking is a huge problem. Some people have one drink after dinner each night. Other people save them up and have all seven on Friday night. Drinking seven drinks on Friday night is not the … Continue reading →...
by counseolrssoapbox on Apr 20, 2016

Binge Drinking on the Rise Among Women

Binge drinking is defined by the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention as having five or more drinks if you are a male and four or more drinks if you are a female. A new study found that binge drinking among women has risen a considerable amount...
by Recovery Advocates on Mar 29, 2016

Safe Harbour: Tech firms shudder as watchdogs meet

(Media Release) A meeting of EU data watchdogs is set to have wide-ranging ramifications for the way businesses handle data. Regulators need to decide how to act in light of a court ruling last year that invalidated the Safe Harbour agreement with th...
by Free PR Online on Feb 2, 2016

Binge Drinking vs Moderate and Responsible Drinking

According to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, 38 million people binge drink approximately 4 times per month and consume 8 drinks in one drinking period. Binge drinking is defined as drinking four or more drinks during one event for fem...
by Recovery Advocates on Jan 5, 2016

Americans’ Alcohol Consumption At All-Time High

A new study revealed that consumption of alcohol by Americans is now higher than it’s ever been before. The data was collected by the Institute for Health Metrics and Evaluation at the University of Washington by examining both the rates of dri...
by Recovery Advocates on Apr 30, 2015

Effects of Allowing Children Sips of Wine

A new report published in the Journal of Studies on Alcohol and Drugs surveyed 561 students to find out if allowing children to sip their parents wine from time to time had any impact on their drinking habits further on in life. Here is what they fou...
by Recovery Advocates on Apr 2, 2015

Can’t make up your mind? Indecision, rumination and depression.

By David Joel Miller. Indecision, rumination and depression If you can’t make up your mind it may be because you are depressed. Indecision is a common result of depression and certain types of rumination ramp this symptom up. When you … Conti...
by counseolrssoapbox on Mar 25, 2015

Alarming Amount of Binge Drinking Among Women

Women have come a long way in society and today we see more and more women becoming successful in prestigious job positions but these types of positions, along with daily life, also bring on a lot of stress. Studies show that binge drinking among wom...
by Recovery Advocates on Mar 13, 2015

Emotional Avalanches and Feelings Landslides

By David Joel Miller Do your emotions sometimes just sweep you away? Everyone has ups and downs in life. There are times you are up and times you are down. Those ups and downs can come slowly or they can … Continue reading →...
by counseolrssoapbox on Mar 9, 2015

Binge Drinking Statistics

The definition of binge drinking according to the National Institute on Alcohol Abuse and Alcoholism is a pattern of drinking that brings a person’s blood alcohol concentration to 0.08 grams percent or above. The following is a list of binge dr...
by Recovery Advocates on Jan 13, 2015

UK Teens “Black Out” From Drinking All Too Frequently

Study – UK Teens “Black Out” From Drinking All Too Frequently According to study from 2009, British teens, aged under 16, are twice as likely to get drunk as teens from America or France, and Britain leads the world in … Continue reading...
by Private Counselling London on Jan 11, 2015

Is Rumination Chewing up your mental health?

By David Joel Miller What is Rumination and why is rumination destroying your mental wellness? Rumination – Chewing your emotional cud Photo courtesy of Pixabay.com Rumination, that habit of turning things over and over in your mind, has a lot...
by counseolrssoapbox on Jan 6, 2015

Ringing in the New Year with Boozy Brunch at Maya in NYC!

Unlimited booze and food brunch on New Years Day! Happy New Year to me! We loves our unlimited boozy brunches here in NYC. Any reason to get liquored up in the afternoon is a good thing! I set up this … Continue reading →...
by The Regular Guy NYC on Jan 3, 2015

Miracle on 9th Street in NYC – have a cocktail with Bad Santa!

Holiday music non-stop, super boozy drinks, and it looks like Christmas threw up in here! Pure love! Miracle on 9th Street in NYC is so much win! This pop up bar concept that is all things Christmas, and Hanukkah too, … Continue reading →...
by The Regular Guy NYC on Dec 23, 2014

CDC Says Heavy Drinking Doesn’t Make You an Alcoholic in Most Cases

If you thought that guy who slams back 3 beers plus a couple shots of tequila in a half an hour was an alcoholic, 9 out of 10 times you’d be wrong. A new study released by the US Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) in partnership w...
by Debt Free Living Guru on Nov 22, 2014

What is binge drinking?

By David Joel Miller Why binge drinking matters Binge drinking is a pattern of drinking that has been linked to a host of physical, mental and behavioral problems. In the binge drinking pattern, the drinker consumes a large quantity of … Contin...
by counseolrssoapbox on Jul 23, 2014

Alcohol, Drugs and Mental Illnesses

By David Joel Miller How are alcohol and other drugs connected to mental and emotional problems? There are clearly a large number of connections between drug and alcohol use and abuse and mental, emotional and behavioral illness. The recognition of &...
by counseolrssoapbox on Jul 21, 2014

Energy Drinks and Alcohol: a Cocktail Combination with Serious Consequences

A substance use research group at the Australian National University of Canberra has published research this week which shows the practice of mixing alcohol with caffeinated energy drinks can have serious side effects. This after a study earlier this...
by Debt Free Living Guru on Jul 17, 2014

Single Bout of Binge Drinking Linked to Immune System Effects

The hazards of a leaky gut. Biology for $1000, Alex: An integral part of the cell walls of Gram-negative bacteria, these toxic compounds can trigger inflammation and other immunological responses after a single episode of heavy drinking. Answer: What...
by Addiction Inbox on May 22, 2014


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