The Role of Stress in Alcohol Use, Alcoholism Treatment, and Relapse

Brady, Kathleen T.; Sonne, Susan C.
December 1999
Alcohol Research & Health;1999, Vol. 23 Issue 4, p263
Academic Journal
Presents information on a study which examined the role of stress in alcohol use, alcoholism treatment and relapse. Information on the neurobiological connections between stress and addiction; Association between stress and relapse; Management of stress in alcohol and other drug abuse treatment. INSET: Stress and the Body's Response, by Kathleen T. Brady et al.


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