Middle Aged People Are Dying From Alcoholism


By  WWadmin

Original Source: westwindrecovery.com

Today when we hear about substance abuse issues in this country the first point of discussion is the escalated opioid epidemic here in the United States. After all, it is most often reported in the news and is currently considered the most severe addiction problem in the US. Unfortunately, there is a substance of abuse that’s causing even higher death tolls and that substance is alcohol! Alcohol abuse is killing more and more people every year, and we are seeing the results. Younger people and women are being hit extremely hard by this problem when compared to the ways in which they avoided it previously. Still, another often overlooked issue is that of middle-aged individuals and the alcohol abuse crisis. People from the ages of 45 to 65 are dying from alcoholism, and sadly, we aren’t recognizing this for the problem it is…click here to continue reading