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    New Year, Better You

      While we’re already a few weeks into the new year of 2020 and you may have skipped out on your resolution to hit the gym more, keep your resolution of living a sober life with Go Sober. Many times, people don’t end up following through with their new year's resolutions because they don’t kn…Read More

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    Spending The Holiday Season Sober

    ‘Tis the season of holiday cheer, but for those of you living a sober lifestyle, the holidays can be a time where you’re constantly surrounded by alcohol. Holiday culture tends to have a strong emphasis on alcohol and drinking. From the spiked eggnog to the hot toddies, you may feel like you won…Read More

  3. Breaking The Cycle: The Go Sober Difference

    On average, those who struggle with alcohol dependence go through typical treatment about six times before they are able to fully get rid of that dependence. At Go Sober, 80% of our patients go through our program once and are then alcohol free for the rest of their life.    Instead of going t…Read More

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    Life Gets Better When You’re Sober

    It can almost seem impossible to imagine a life without alcohol when you’ve been living in a life where alcohol is at the center of your world. You’ve said it so many times before, “This is my last drink”, but sadly that is not usually the case. If you’ve been looking for an alcohol treatm…Read More

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    The Effects of Alcoholism on Society

    The effects of alcoholism go far beyond the individual suffering from alcoholic dependence. When a person has a problem with alcohol it can affect a wide range of people, including their spouse, family, and even their children. It can also have a large impact on their community, workplace, and socie…Read More

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    The Physical Effects of Alcohol

    We’re all aware of the effects that alcohol has on your brain. The impaired judgment, blurry vision, and slower motor skills are all common effects of alcohol than adults are, for the most part, very familiar with. However, it's important to look at the physical effects that alcohol can have on yo…Read More

  7. Symptoms of Alcohol Use Disorder

    Many people don’t realize that they have a troubled relationship with alcohol until something happens that forces them to face reality. They lose their job, face DUI charges, or a significant relationship falls apart. Suddenly, they can’t deny the impact alcohol has had on their life and wellbei…Read More

  8. It’s Not About “Willpower”: The Science of Alcohol Addiction

    By now, you have resolved to stop drinking countless times. You know how much it hurts your loved ones when you drink. You know that it impacts your job performance. You know that your life is at risk due to your drinking. Yet every time you say, “this is my last drink,” you inevitably seem to d…Read More

  9. What Happens to Your Body When You Quit Drinking?

    Alcohol has negatively impacted your life in so many ways that you’re finally ready to go sober. You may be prepared to live a healthier lifestyle, you may be wondering what to expect when you finally do put down the bottle. Here are some things you can expect to happen to your body when you stop …Read More

  10. How to Talk to a Loved One About Their Drinking

    Alcohol use disorder doesn’t just impact the person who struggles with addiction; the entire family is affected. If your loved one can’t seem to control their drinking, you may feel powerless. After all, if they don’t want to stop drinking, you can’t make them. While it’s true you cannot f…Read More