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If you have become dependent on alcohol, you will have found it difficult to fully control your drinking in some way. So you'll probably need some help either to cut down and control your drinking or stop completely, and also some plans to maintain the improvement after that.
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The GP may suggest different types of assessment and support options available to drinka, such as from local community alcohol services. You can also ask about any free local support groups and other alcohol counselling that may suit you. If you have become physically dependent and need to stop drinking completely, stopping overnight could be harmful.
You should get advice about this qberdeen about any medicine you may need to do this safely.
The sorts of withdrawal symptoms that suggest you may need medicine include: anxiety after waking nausea or retching in the morning vomiting seizures or fits Staying healthy and in control Cutting down vhat stopping drinking is usually just the beginning, and most people will need some degree of help or a long-term plan to stay toda control or completely alcohol free.
Getting the right support can be crucial to maintaining control in the future.
Only relying on family, friends or carers for this often is not enough. Ask a GP or alcohol service about what longer-term support is available in your area. Useful contacts for alcohol problems Drinkline is the national alcohol helpline.
If you're worried about your own or someone else's drinking, you can call this free helpline in complete confidence. Call weekdays 9am to 8pm, weekends 11am to 4pm. Alcoholics Anonymous AA is a free self-help group.
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Its "12 step" programme involves getting sober with the help of regular support groups. Al-Anon Family Groups offers support and understanding to the families and friends of problem drinkers, whether they're still drinking or wberdeen.
Alateen is part of Al-Anon and can be abereden by to year-olds who are affected by another person's drinking, usually a parent. We Are With You is a UK-wide treatment agency that helps individuals, families and communities manage the effects of drug and alcohol misuse. If you are over 50 and worried about your drinking, call Adfam is a national charity working with families affected by drugs and alcohol.
Adfam operates an online message board and a database of local support groups. I think a healthy diet is very important.
I can't understand why the government doesn't want us to eat as much. My friend is affected though - he is really hyper when he drinks coke! Chhat types of toys can have the same effect!
Our attitude doesn't change at all. It really depends on how much you eat.
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I start screaming and running around all over the place. It really does affect my behaviour.
I personally do not go hyper on sweets and drijks drinks, only on certain sweets. I know that this is the same with other children too, and others are just not affected by it at all. If kids think they're eating something healthy when actually it's full of E-s their behaviour wouldn't change, and vice versa.
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They make me hyper but they don't affect my behaviour. I don't like fizzy drinks though, or fizzy sweets. I love being hyper! When they go hyper they will disobey rules.
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I don't even like fizzy drinks that much, they make my mouth sore. If it's only one a day then it's not so bad!
Sweets and fizzy drinks aren't healthy anyway and if you really cared you'd cut them out of your diet altogether! Once in chay while is fine.
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I have sweets as a treat and I honestly can't feel the difference. I don't eat a lot of sugar, but Drinsk get a bit crazy anyway! I don't think it really matters! It doesn't really affect me!