When revealed to the general public, the statistics on drunk driving never fail to elicit surprise and dismay. The numbers tell a story of death, mayhem and irresponsible behavior that undercuts the belief our country has gotten a handle on its drunk driving problem.
Life after recovery from addiction can feel as if you’ve stepped into someone else’s world. Drug use is a habit that requires the user to formulate his or her entire lifestyle based on acquiring, using and recovering from drugs. Once you’ve broken free from the grip of addiction, you need to reinvent your lifestyle around healthy hobbies that will help you stay on the sober track. Here are some of the best hobbies to help recovering addicts stay sober.
More than nine out of every 10 drinks consumed by Americans under the age of 21 is during a binge, and college students are especially likely to drink alcohol in binges. Binge drinking can lead to accidental injuries, alcohol poisoning and, over time, problems such as liver disease. The first step to avoiding these consequences is telling yourself “I want to stop binge drinking,” but if you’re a millennial fresh out of college, how do you actually achieve your goal? Here are five key tips.