Children Who Drink Are More Likely to Become Alcoholics

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Children Who Drink Are More Likely to Become Alcoholics

New research shows that boys and girls that have their first drink during puberty are at greater risk for developing alcohol problems. Most research on the risks of early-onset alcohol use up to now has not focused on the pubertal stage during which the first alcoholic drink is consumed. Research is finding that the earlier children and teens drink, the bigger problems they faced later in life.

Recovery is a process that begins with honesty and confession, continues with rehabilitation, and down the road hopefully it turns into being healthy and sober. Seabrook is a drug rehab and alcoholism detox treatment center that offers individually inspired programs that provide the patient with the unique combination of therapies and treatments that suit their needs and personal history. Contact Seabrook today at 1.800.761.7575 to find out ways for you to beat your addiction.