Your Sweet Tooth May Lead To Alcohol Abuse
According to new studies, having a "sweet tooth" may cause a very harmful dependency on alcohol. The best solution for those suffering from alcohol abuse is to contact a professional detox center like Harbor Village.
Miami, Florida (PRWEB) August 12, 2013
As reported by ScienceDaily (7/10) in their news story, Brain's Response to Sweets May Indicate Risk for Development of Alcoholism, recent studies have shown that there is a definite correlation between the brain neural pathways that prefer sweets and alcohol.
The results will appear in the December issue of Alcoholism: Clinical & Experimental Research and serve to highlight how consuming sweets may lead to an addiction later on in one's life. Those who feel they are experiencing an alcohol dependency should seek qualified medical help including contacting a detox center such as Harbor Village.
At Harbor Village, a premier alcoholism treatment center located in beautiful Miami, Florida, a trained staff develops an effective, results proven course of action, tailored specifically to each client's needs. Clients enjoy a very comfortable stay in an upscale, state-of-the-art environment featuring luxurious accommodations including an attractively furnished suite, 30,000 square foot outdoor lounge area, spa, salon, massage and acupuncture services, NetFlix and Internet access, healthy, gourmet dining and personalized care.
As reported in http://www.sciencedaily.com/releases/2013/07/130710182932.htm, "It has long-been known that animals bred to prefer alcohol also drink considerably greater quantities of sweetened water than do animals without this selective breeding for alcohol preference," explained David A. Kareken, deputy director of the Indiana Alcohol Research Center, a professor in the department of neurology at Indiana University School of Medicine, and corresponding author for the study. "More recently, it has become clear that animals bred to prefer the artificial sweetener, saccharin, also drink more alcohol. Although the data in humans are somewhat more variable, some studies do show that alcoholics, or even non-alcoholics with a family history of alcoholism, have a preference for unusually sweet tastes. Thus, while the precise reasons remain unclear, there does seem to be significant evidence suggesting some link between the rewarding properties of both sweet tastes and alcohol."
"Alcohol abuse can start innocently enough with just a few drinks and then evolve into a serious dependency. At a detox center like Harbor Village, you will be guided on a path to recovery," said Robert Niznik, Harbor Village CEO.
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