Alcohol Addiction

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Alcohol: Abuse, Addiction

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Despite its legal and social acceptance, alcohol, when abused, can pose serious risks, leading to the destruction of numerous lives each year through overdose, dependence, and addiction. Regularly consuming large amounts of alcohol can significantly increase the likelihood of encountering both physical and mental health issues related to its use.

Alcohol Abuse

Individuals who engage in alcohol abuse often consume excessive quantities, do so frequently, or exhibit both patterns. This behavior may extend to drinking at precarious times, such as before driving or while responsible for the care of a child.
While ongoing research explores the potential health benefits of alcohol consumption, moderate drinking is generally considered low-risk. However, when an individual indulges in binge drinking or heavy drinking, the risk of developing an alcohol use disorder becomes more pronounced.
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The Substance Abuse and Mental Health Services Administration (SAMHSA) categorizes drinking levels as follows:

According to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC), a “drink” is measured differently depending on the alcohol content:

Alcohol Addiction

While alcohol dependence and addiction are distinct, a significant overlap exists, with most individuals addicted also experiencing physical dependence. Addiction manifests as a disease when alcohol alters the brain, leading the affected person to require alcohol for normal functioning and experience intense cravings. Even when aware that their drinking is negatively impacting their life, health, or legal standing, individuals with addiction find it challenging to stop or reduce their alcohol consumption.
Additional indicators of a drinking problem include:
Some individuals can conceal their alcohol addiction for an extended period while maintaining functionality in daily life. Nevertheless, heavy drinking still takes a toll on their mental and physical well-being, and eventually, they must confront the consequences of alcohol abuse.

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