One of the most overlooked aspects of alcohol addiction in the #USA is the impact it has on our families and our loved ones. We all heard the phrase I Like beer too many time recently, but unfortunately, it does not stop at beer consumption and the problem extends to many alcoholics.
Family Recovery Specialists aims to educate families and incorporate them into the recovery process to build a strong support network for lasting sobriety.
Whether for reasons of quantity or quality, drinking can get expensive quickly. Americans spend over $37 billion annually on beer, in part because of pricey craft brewery offerings. Similarly, hard liquor suppliers have enjoyed record sales in recent years, driven by consumer interest in high-end spirits. Even wineries are raking in more revenue than ever, despite uncertain enthusiasm among younger generations. Clearly, booze is a booming business.
But are Americans feeling the hangover in their wallets? Some say staying sober can lead to significant savings in the long run, especially for those who go out often. To test this hypothesis, we analyzed data from the Bureau of Labor Statistics’ Consumer Expenditure Survey, a national study of how families and individuals spend their hard-earned income. Our results reveal current and historical trends in alcohol expenditures, and which demographics burn the most cash on getting buzzed.
See how America’s drinking habits translate into dollars - https://delphihealthgroup.com/american-alcohol-expenditures/