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Western Washington Medical Group Joins Forces with Mental Health America to Reveal the Risks of Alcohol Use and Abuse in Recently Featured Article

July 7, 2014

A recently released article written by Mental Health America and published through Western Washington Medical Group addresses the issues surrounding the use and abuse of alcohol.

(PRWEB) July 07, 2014

“Drinking alcoholic beverages is often seen as a way to relax, socialize or celebrate, but drinking too much or drinking as a way of dealing with feelings of anxiety or depression has negative consequences,” says Mind Your Health in the article recently featured by Western Washington Medical Group which addresses the issues surrounding the use and abuse of alcohol.

As alcoholism and alcohol-related accidents continue to occur each year, Western Washington Medical Group hopes to increase knowledge regarding the issues and dangers of excessive or habitual alcohol consumption.

Their insightful and candid article talks plainly about what constitutes a drink, how much can be safely consumed in a given space of time, the effects of alcohol, and the varying stages of alcohol abuse.

Alcohol dependence encompasses more than simply alcoholism, the article notes—binge drinking and heavy drinking, or drinking as a means to relieve anxiety or depression, are all signs of an unhealthy dependence on alcohol.

Their article concludes by providing a checklist of questions that will help people determine whether or not they may be drinking too much alcohol. If most of the questions provided are answered positively, they recommend that these individuals seek help through contacting their employer’s employee assistance program (EAP) or their primary care doctor.

To learn more about Western Washington Medical Group or schedule an appointment, click here.

About Western Washington Medical Group

Western Washington Medical Group is a multi-specialty medical practice of more than 70 providers. What makes them different from many other multi-specialty clinics is the fact that they are physician-run, meaning their physicians—not corporate managers—make all of the business decisions for the group based on what they feel is best for their patients. As a result, they have earned a reputation for high quality and personalized care with the patient’s best interests in mind.

For the original version on PRWeb visit: http://www.prweb.com/releases/wwmedgroup/alcohol-use-abuse/prweb11994204.htm


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