With only a few days before Christmas and New Year’s, the hustle and bustle and pressure to get everything finished on time can be exhausting.
The holidays, although festive, are a common time for over-indulgence and relapse. The added stress, increased celebrations and surprisingly, the loneliness can be an unwelcome and risky burden for addicts and those in recovery.
This is why we are excited to announce that Dr. Nicholas Kardaras of The Dunes East Hampton is once again sharing his expertise on Fox News!
“In the drug and alcohol treatment community, it’s understood that if a person is feeling out of sorts or not in a very good place, they are much more inclined to not only indulge — but over-indulge…not just alcohol and drugs—but shopping, exercise, work, sex, gambling…almost anything”
“…in addition to celebratory drinking, every holiday season people have to deal with the increased pressures and stress that the holidays place upon most of us. Whether we’re traveling to be with family or doing our last-minute gift buying, most people feel under pressure during the holidays.”
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