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    How To Know If You Have Alcohol Use Disorder

    In our last blog, we discussed what alcohol use disorder, or alcohol dependence is and what some of the signs are. We are going to continue with this topic, but in this blog, we will be going over what questions you can ask yourself or a loved one to figure out if they do have signs of alcohol use d…Read More

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    What Makes Go Sober Different: Words We Don’t Like To Use

    Go Sober is unlike any other alcohol treatment program you’ve ever seen before. Due to our unique setup, we’ve become highly successful at helping people say goodbye to alcohol forever. Here at Go Sober, we’re changing the game when it comes to alcohol treatment, rehabilitation, and prevention…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

  4. 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

  5. How Can I Stop Drinking?

    When you’re addicted to alcohol, you feel hopeless. You want to quit drinking but it seems impossible. You have tried to stop before, but inevitably, you end up picking up the bottle again. This can make you feel like a complete failure. The truth is, it isn’t your fault. There is a legitimate b…Read More

  6. Why Can’t I Stop Drinking?

    You have tried to quit before, but it never seems to stick. You may go a few days or even a couple of weeks without drinking, but inevitably, you pick up the bottle again. You may feel overwhelmed with anxiety, or even have physical symptoms that make it difficult to function, such as shakiness, nau…Read More