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Alcohol addiction can be described as a compulsive need of toxic liquids. This can be anything containing alcohol wine, beer, whiskey, or vodka. Person is called alcohol addict when, he or she is unable to abstain from drinking. This is very primary stage of alcohol addiction.
If person has symptoms like nausea, sweatiness or shaking while taking alcohol then that person is certainly an alcoholic. Alcoholism can suppress your feelings or will to stop drinking. With support of the loved ones or family and friends, one can get rid of alcohol addiction.
Alcohol addiction affects you both mentally and physically. 50% of accidents, murders and crimes occur under the influence of alcohol. It can also cause cancer, brain damage, heart problems and major liver problems. Another problem associated with alcohol addiction is that it can destroy your brain cells, which can lead to serious brain injuries. The mental problems mainly occur as alcohol distracts nervous system. Excessive drinking can lead to high rate of heartbeats and because of that person can suffer from high blood pressure and other heart related problems.
Social effect of alcohol addiction is loss of employment and subsequent financial problems follow as result. Alcohol addiction affects not only the addicts but entire their friends and families.
Treatment of alcohol addiction includes managing physical symptoms and bringing about changes in behavior. Different forms of treatments, from medications to psychotherapy are used. Addicts can face a lifelong struggle in their efforts to stay away from alcohol. Unlike drugs, alcohol is easily available; recovering addict can again start drinking. Social support and treatment centre offer recovering addicts much needed support and required treatment.
The school called the meeting in response to a weekend last month when there were three car accidents involving students from the high school. Two of the accidents happened around or after 2 a.m., two involved students who had left house parties, and in one instance a student was cited for operating under the influence,….
Doctor drinking himself into an early grave tells of his ‘fairy tale’ recovery Alcoholism affects one in 20 adults and is notoriously difficult to treat. Leading American cardiologist Dr Olivier Ameisen was a compulsive drinker for years until he was ‘cured’, he says, by a drug commonly prescribed for muscle spasm. His claims have created….
According to the world renowned Mayo Clinic the definition of Anorexia Nervosa (Anorexia) is: “an eating disorder that causes people to obsess about their weight and the food they eat” (Mayo Definition). Anorexia can cause unrealistic expectations of body type and a distorted view of body image, causing Anorexia suffers to starve themselves trying to….
Poisoning caused by binge drinking – drinking excessively within a short period. For men, that’s five standard-sized alcoholic beverages within two hours. For women it’s four or more standard-sized drinks, which is defined as a 12-ounce beer, a 5- ounce glass of wine or a mixed drink with one shot. With excessive drinking, the liver struggles….
Study Shows Older People Less Likely to Realize How Alcohol Is Affecting Them Social drinking seems to impair older people more than their younger drinking buddies. Also, older people are less likely to realize how the alcohol is affecting them, according to a new study. The study, published in The Journal of Studies on Alcohol….
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