Article by Maria Cramer
Addiction experts believe unhealthy alcohol use may increase during quarantine.
They're concerned it may trigger more serious drinking problems and create new drinking problems.
Dr. Sarah Wakeman, an addiction medicine doctor at Massachusetts General Hospital in Boston says, "People should seek help if family and friends express concerns about their drinking...".
If you or someone you know is struggling with unhealthy alcohol use, I can help.
Read the full article published by nytimes.com here:
Maria, Cramer. “Could All Those ‘Quarantinis’ Lead to Drinking Problems?” nytimes.com, May 26, 2020, https://www.nytimes.com/2020/05/26/health/coronavirus-alcohol-addiction.html
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