From a purely statistical standpoint, the vast majority of Americans use alcohol in ways that are socially appropriate and do not cause negative consequences in their life. The effects of alcohol vary from person to person and depend on a number of factors like age, how much you drink, how often you drink, male versus female, and overall health.
In fact, the majority of people only use alcohol on special occasions, or in social and private settings that don’t negatively impact their relationships, work or their life. Our problem is not with alcohol. Our problem is with how alcohol interacts with some individuals in certain situations and circumstances.
If you’re unsure if your alcohol use is recreational, or becoming excessive, please connect with us.
We also urge you to click the link below to help you identify if your drinking use is on the path to alcohol abuse.