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Researchers: Shame leads to alcohol relapse

Body language has a lot to say about relapse, according to a recent study released by the University of British Columbia. Slumped shoulders, narrow chests and other physical manifestations of shameful feelings can directly predict a relapse in addicts and alcholics, the university reported in an news release detailing the findings of the study, which explored drinking and health outcomes in newly sober recovering alcoholics.

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