Is Your Loved One an Alcoholic?
The signs of addiction aren't always easy to recognize, especially when it comes to a loved one. Learn some common red flags of alcoholism and help your loved one get the help they need.
How Addiction Affects the Brain
While many view substance use as a choice, addiction is a chronic disease. Learn how it impacts the brain and its long-term effects.
What Are Common Signs of Mental Illness in Addiction?
Addressing mental health concerns is an important part of addiction treatment. Lisa Westerson, Assistant Clinical Director at Mountainside treatment center, shares common signs of mental illness and what you should do if you recognize these signs.
What is a High Functioning Alcoholic?
Approximately 30 percent of Americans suffer from an alcohol misuse disorder. Many of which are high functioning individuals with successful careers and family lives.
8 Signs of Alcoholism to Watch Out For
Many who struggle with addiction attempt to hide their alcoholism from family members out of shame. Know the red flags pointing to a loved one’s alcohol abuse.
A “Harmless” Addiction
Those who miss their use may cope by replacing one addiction with another. Learn why this is harmful and how to treat any underlying issues.
4 Signs of a Hidden Addiction
Addiction is not always noticeable. Discover red flags of a possible substance abuse disorder so you can seek help for a loved one sooner rather than later.
How can you tell if you have an addiction?
Do you have a problem with substances? In this short video, Amy Sedgwick, Director of Clinical Operations at Mountainside, discusses common warning signs of addiction.
8 Signs of Alcoholism You Should Know
Learning the signs can go a long way into helping yourself or someone you know get help. Let’s take a look at eight common signs of alcohol dependence.